JUST four months on from their World Cup semi-final heartbreak, England have the chance for revenge this afternoon.
IT is only right to start this edition of PREMIER LEAGUE WEEKLY by sending condolences to everyone connected with Leicester City for the tragic death of owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha.
PREMIER LEAGUE WEEKLY returns after a short holiday, with the season getting into its stride as we reach the milestone of ten games played this weekend.
EVENTS at Manchester United have dominated the opening two months of the season as the club has made its worst league start since 1989.
Premier League Weekly: Will Manchester United get a win, and what will happen when Chelsea and Liverpool clash again?
THE Ryder Cup is dominating the sporting weekend, but while events continue in Paris, there is the small matter of a busy Saturday of football, with all of the big six teams in action.
Premier League Weekly: A look ahead to Saturday’s action featuring Manchester United, Liverpool and Manchester City
IT is a shortened version of PREMIER LEAGUE WEEKLY, but here is a look ahead to all of today's eight matches.
Premier League Weekly: Is there a problem with Tottenham striker Harry Kane, and do the minutes add up for Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford?
THE first international break is over and now the meat of the domestic season can really begin.
JOSE MOURINHO was keen to remind everyone during the week that he is “one of the greatest managers in the world”.
Premier League Weekly: Getting to the top of the table is the easy bit for Liverpool… staying there is the hard part
IT is the last round of matches before the international break and today’s PREMIER LEAGUE WEEKLY looks at early leaders Liverpool, and also asks if there is any point in a European place for finishing seventh.
Premier League Weekly: Pep Guardiola makes the difference for Manchester City and how Virgil Van Dijk can become a Liverpool legend
MANCHESTER CITY managers past and present dominate PREMIER LEAGUE WEEKLY.
Premier League Weekly: Which new manager will fare better in London – Sarri at Chelsea or Emery at Arsenal?
WOW! The Premier League has only been back for a week and already we have Manchester United’s star player at loggerheads with his manager, Manchester City losing their most influential player to injury and a stadium crisis for Tottenham.