- How Liverpool should line up against West Ham
- Mourinho interested in signing 24-year-old Barca star
- Sanchez starts – Man Utd’s predicted starting XI vs Sevilla
- Chelsea team news and likely starting XI vs Barcelona
- Aubameyang out – Arsenal’s strongest possible 4-3-3 XI vs Ostersunds
- Liverpool player ratings vs Southampton – Salah & Firmino shine
- Aubameyang starts – Arsenal’s strongest possible 4-2-2-2 XI vs Everton
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Liverpool have one foot in the quarter finals of the Champions League after beating Porto 5-0 away from home in the first leg of their R16 contest last week.
Manchester United have got a very strong back line and so far, they have only conceded 19 goals in 27 Premier League fixtures this season.
Manchester United defeated Huddersfield in the FA Cup at the weekend and next up, they will collide against Spanish side Sevilla in the Champions League. Who will come out on top?
Chelsea defeated Hull City in the FA Cup at the weekend and next up, the Blues will collide against Barcelona in the Champions League.
Liverpool returned to winning ways in the Barclays Premier League by beating Southampton in their own back yard yesterday.
Manchester United have won their last five games in all competitions and they should be confident going into the fixture against Tottenham Hotspur.
Liverpool’s 18 game unbeaten run in all competitions was ended by Swansea City on Monday night. Next up, the Merseysiders will collide against West Brom in the FA Cup and will hope to get back to winning ways.
Chelsea defeated Brighton 4-0 at the weekend to move above Liverpool in the Premier League. Next up, the Blues will collide against Arsenal in the second leg of their Carabao Cup semi final.
The January transfer window is typically mild compared to its summer counterpart, but this particular winter window has been rather active, especially for Liverpool.
Manchester United are expected to complete the signing Alexis Sanchez if reports in the media are anything to go by.