After a hectic Premier League festive schedule, and an FA Cup break, talkSPORT.com has booted up the Super Computer to try and find out what the final standings might look like. The data has been fed in and a predicted 2017/18 Premier League table has reached us, and it makes for very intriguing reading. Check out how the super
The Three Lions shotstopper has not played in the league since November having been left on the Hammers’ bench for the last eight top-flight games.
His only matches in the last six weeks have come in the Carabao Cup defeat to Arsenal and Sunday’s 0-0 FA Cup third-round draw at Shrewsbury.
Video Assistant Referee technology remained unused on its introduction to English football – but there was a hint of controversy as Brighton eliminated Crystal Palace from the FA Cup. VAR was available for the first time in a competitive fixture in England, but despite suspicions of handball in Glenn Murray’s late goal against his former
West Ham United and Manchester United look set to miss out on transfer target Leander Dendoncker, according to reports. David Moyes is ready to go head-to-head with Jose Mourinho for the signature of the Anderlecht midfielder. However, according to Belgian newspaper Het Nieuwsblad, any move for Dendoncker is unlikely to be sanctioned this month. Anderlecht are 13
The Gunners want in excess of £30m for the Chilean international, despite knowing he will be free to walk away for nothing in the summer.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola wants further cover in the forward positions as he attempts to steer his side to a unique quadruple and an undefeated Premier League campaign.
Barcelona will officially unveil Philippe Coutinho on Monday, the Spanish club have announced. Coutinho was at the Nou Camp to watch his new side’s 3-0 win over Levante on Sunday following his British record move, which could be worth up to £142m. The 25-year-old Brazil international will perform a ceremonial signing of his contract at
Arsenal’s season is now teetering on the brink with the Gunners losing to a far hungrier Nottingham Forest side at the City Ground. Arsene Wenger’s men fell behind early on when Eric Lichaj’s header flew past David Ospina. Arsenal restored parity through club captain Per Mertesacker, who levelled in the 23rd minute. Forest, however, recovered and
Antonio Conte’s feud with Jose Mourinho intensified further on Saturday as the Chelsea head coach called the Manchester United boss a “little man” and “fake” before issuing an apparent challenge. Simmering tensions between Conte and his predecessor as Chelsea boss ignited on Friday, when Mourinho made reference to match-fixing allegations. And, following Chelsea’s goalless draw
The Reds have confirmed they have reluctantly agreed to the sale of the Brazilian, who has been pushing for a move to the Nou Camp for some time, and a deal will be rubberstamped once he has passed a medical and agreed terms.
Liverpool will receive in the region of £140million for the player
Wolves dominated the early exchanges in what was a frantic start at the Molineux; Swans keeper Kristoffer Nordfeldt forced to make two classy saves to deny Bright Enobakhare and Helder Costa.
Swansea too had some decent moments but were awfully lacklustre in front of the goal, only getting their first shot on target in