Tottenham Hotspur have been the only English club to take the Europa League seriously so far this season.
Wilfried Zaha put in an excellent display for Crystal Palace against West Bromwich Albion.
The Serbian may have been slow to get off the mark for Newcastle but his former Belgian employers have looked even worse in front of goal.
James McCarthy and Lucas Leiva were heavily involved in the Merseyside derby.
Radamel Falcao has struggled for form at Stamford Bridge but the Chelsea forward has kept his place in Colombia's latest squad.
It is not just Liverpool for who Jurgen Klopp is the favourite to take over as manager.
The ex-Middlesbrough defender and former Leeds United winger feature alongside the likes of FC Dallas striker David Texeira in our line-up for Week 31.
Tyias Browning and Brendan Galloway both started in Everton's 1-1 draw against Liverpool at the weekend, and they looked impressive.
Mark Noble says the fact there is no blame game culture at West Ham United has helped the club get off to an impressive start under Slaven Bilic.
Dick Advocaat has left his role as Sunderland manager - who could replace him?
Jimmy Bullard jokingly suggests that Queens Park Rangers striker Charlie Austin needs to work on his finishing.
Lewis Hamilton, having vanquished the living, has now turned his eager attention to defeating the dead. Sunday’s Singapore Grand Prix could see him pull level with his idol, Ayrton Senna, on 41 victories. It would be the realisation of a giddy ambition that has possessed him for 25 of his 30 years.
Tiger Woods will not play golf again in 2015, after undergoing back surgery for the second time in two years. The process, a microdiscectomy, is the same as the one he underwent in March 2014, to remove a small disc fragment that was pinching his nerve.