With Manchester City out on their own in front in the title race, it’s a crucial weekend for teams involved in the battle for “best of the rest” and the fight to avoid the drop.
Arsenal will go into their Europa League last-32 second leg tie against Ostersunds with one eye on Sunday’s Carabao Cup final. What implications will the competing priorities have on team selection?
If Jose Mourinho’s post-match interview after the 2-0 FA Cup win over Huddersfield is to be believed, then Manchester United have something of an injury crisis ahead of the trip to Sevilla.
Matty Phillips believes West Brom's recent winning run shows they are on the right track to survive in the Premier League.
The one definitive answer we got last week is that Man City will not be going the whole Premier League season undefeated.
Spurs endured something of a mid-season blip back in November that threatened to derail their campaign, but they have definitely rediscovered their mojo now.
Liverpool appear to be in great spirits and form right now, and fully deserved their thrilling 4-3 win over runaway leaders and previously undefeated Manchester City last week.
Crystal palace boss Roy Hodgson insists star forward Wilfried Zaha will not bae leaving in January despite constant speculation.
Stoke City boss Mark Hughes is confident his side can improve during the second half of the season once they overcome their injuries.
Brighton manager Chris Hughton has defended the use of cautious tactics following criticism from Jamie Carragher.
Middlesbrough will spend Christmas looking for a new manager after they parted company with Garry Monk on Saturday.
The former Swansea and Leeds boss had…