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Liverpool won vital three points against Stoke yesterday and have strengthened their position for Champions League qualification.
Liverpool have been looking to sign a new left back for a long time and the Reds must sign one in the summer transfer window to improve the quality and depth of the team.
Manchester United must sign top level players in the summer transfer window to progress next season. Moreover, they must also hold onto the key players in the current squad and Mourinho is doing exactly that.
Tottenham have the best defense in the Premier League under the management of Mauricio Pochettino and the Argentine boss is perhaps looking to further tighten things up by signing a defensive midfielder.
Chelsea bounced back from their defeat against Crystal Palace to beat Manchester City at Stamford Bridge in the midweek clash.
Manchester United have drawn their last two league games at home and will be looking to get back to winning ways when they face Sunderland at the Stadium of Light on Sunday.
Liverpool suffered a shocking defeat at the hands of Bournemouth earlier in the season. Can the Cherries do the double over the Reds tonight? We shall see.
Since the departure of Luis Suarez, Liverpool have lacked a world class goalscorer in the team and the Reds badly need someone, who could score more than 20 league goals a season.
Manchester United signed a world class star in the form of Paul Pogba to reinforce their midfield last summer.
Chelsea suffered their fourth league defeat of the season, second at Stamford Bridge, when Crystal Palace bounced back from a goal down to beat the league leaders at the weekend.