Celtic need one more win to secure the Scottish Premiership title for the seventh season in a row, but which players will take to the field.
Andy Carroll has shown many glimpses of promise throughout his time in East London, but his West Ham United career has been severely disrupted by injury.
Following Rangers' defeat to Celtic in the Scottish Cup, Barry Ferguson has suggested that the weight of expectation is too much for the Gers players.
Since Martin Dubravka and Kenedy joined Newcastle United in January the club has enjoyed a season turnaround and now sit in the top half of the table.
Pierre-Emile Højbjerg joined Southampton in 2016 and has been a consistently terrific performer for the club despite their torrid campaign this term.
Lucas Moura joined Tottenham Hotspurt from PSG in January having won 16 trophies with the French giants.
Ross McCrorie endured a tough afternoon against Celtic on Sunday as the Rangers defence was torn apart by a rampant Hoops side.
Leigh Griffiths came off the bench on Sunday to help Celtic see out a terrific win over Rangers in the Scottish Cup.
Dirk Kuyt knows a thing or two about the demands of playing for Liverpool and believes Roberto Firmino is a special player.
Jonjo Shelvey has been one of Newcastle's shining lights in what has been a tough Premier League season, and his work has not gone unnoticed.
The right-back has barely featured for Celtic this term and does not appear to have much of a future in Glasgow
Celtic and Rangers need look no further than Pittodrie for proven quality.
Celtic midfield prospect Scott Robertson netted a double against Rangers in last night's 5-2 victory.
Liam Miller has been performing well for Liverpool's youth side under the guidance of head coach Steven Gerrard.
Balague suggests AC Milan star as potential Courtois replacement at Chelsea.
Former Watford boss Walter Mazzarri hoped to land the Italian foward, however, contract complications have made the move impossible.
Old rivals Steven Gerrard and Nicky Butt faced off once again as Liverpool and Manchester United met in the UEFA Youth League.
Had you offered the five new player arrivals to Celtic fans before the start of the window, most would have taken it.
Liverpool finally seem to have addressed their defensive frailties with the signing of Virgin van Dijk and one other.
The Icelandic attacking midfielder tore Palace apart with the help of Wayne Rooney and could well be the one to fill the void once the captain retires.