Sunderland, Everton, Manchester United, Stoke City, Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea grab wins while Reading, Wigan Athletic, Tottenham, West Ham, Southampton and Newcastle have to settle for draws as we look into our crystal ball ahead of the weekend.
Not many change ownerships of a football club have been as protracted as the recent takeover at Elland Road but after Alan Tate and Jerome Thomas arrived yesterday and the continued interaction on Twitter with some of the heads of the takeover Leeds fans are certainly cautiously optimistic for the future.
Last weekend had its ups and downs (well for me, exclusively downs), with plenty of popular players getting good points, but others like Mata and van Persie drawing blanks. This weekend looks hard to call, with plenty of even matches, but there should still be chances for good scoring.
With the FA concluding that Mark Clattenburg did not make racial or abusive comments towards Chelsea players, the spotlight must now focus back on the behaviour of players towards officials.
After months of lackluster activity, the buzz is back in Hong Kong's IPO market as several big companies prepare to list in this once hot destination for raising capital.
FIFA have block the Ivorian from making a short term move to Chelsea in December, meaning a move makes less sense for the London club. With Benitez installed to help get the best from Torres, moves for the likes of Falcao and Cavani are also less likely, so should they target Damiao to back up the Spaniard instead?
In the New England Patriots blowout of the Jets last night on Thanksgiving, Mark Sanchez was in a particularly generous mood.
Mobile gaming is a massive industry nowadays, and with a proliferation of football games available on your phone, it can be hard to pick the good from the bad.
With his time at LA Galaxy up it appears the legendary former England and Manchester United midfielder is ready to leave the MLS for now; but would he ever consider returning with the New York Cosmos? We take a look at the possibility of such an iconic link-up in the future.
Despite reports that Mark Hughes was to be given more time as QPR boss, he has been sacked leaving the Hoops without a permanent manager.