Arsenal’s 7-3 demolition of Newcastle United on Saturday saw contract rebel Theo Walcott deployed as the lone central striker for the third game in a row.
It's a buy.
Chelsea have taken steps to rectify their lack of strikers by opening talks with Demba Ba's representatives. The Newcastle United striker has a £7.5m release clause in his contract that can be triggered once the January transfer window is open.
Molineux was a mishmash of misery and magnanimity on Saturday. Looking at the fixtures over Christmas, Wolverhampton Wanderers could have licked their lips at the prospect of six points from home games against two sides below them.
A boxy, four-storey structure of Scandinavian pine is rising out of the snow on Stockholm's Djurgården Island, sandwiched between the city's largest funfair and a restored 17th-century warship.
The US secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, has been admitted to hospital after doctors found a blood clot related to a concussion she suffered earlier this month.
George Osborne is on course to miss Alistair Darling's deficit reduction plan, which was set down in law by the last government, and panned by the Tories at the time for failing to tackle the problem with sufficient rigour.
Cautious optimism is creeping back into parts of the British economy as businesses consider the risk of the country returning to recession in the new year to be lessening, according to a survey by Lloyds Banking Group.
North London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur possess two of the Premier League’s best talents in the Theo Walcott and Gareth Bale.