Liverpool is unbeaten in their first 21 this season. If they're to make it 38 for 38, these teams are most likely to stop them.
VAR usage in the Premier League has dominated too much of the narrative this season.
The USMNT will now hold this January camp in the U.S., but U.S. Soccer says they're working with the Qatar Football Association "to find an opportunity in the near future for our team to experience Qatar's world-class facilities and hospitality."
So many teams could crack the top 10 but only 10 teams can.
United keeps City 14 points behind Liverpool for the Premier League lead.
Leicester City lowers Liverpool's margin to eight points in the Premier League.
While Adidas updated their policy, there remains a 10 character limit on female player names that doesn't apply to male players.
David Duckenfield was found not guilty of gross negligence manslaughter in his role in the Hillsborough Disaster.
VAR, for once, did what it was supposed to do, awarding Pulisic a deserved goal.
It might not solve their problems but a 4-1 victory by the USMNT is still a win.
It's Pulici's fourth goal in two league matches for Chelsea.
The strongest continental club competition in Europe is back in action this week with Matchday No 4 fixtures....
With the Club World Cup, the usual fixture congestion in England may finally be too much.
Pulisic started against Burnley, and has looked very active today.
Anger at least means people still care but after losing to Canada, apathy is seeping into USMNT fandom.
If UEFA wants to "wage war" on racists, it needs to get tougher.
Cech won Man of the Match in a 2-2 shootout win for fourth division side Guildford Phoenix.
There have been plenty of bad awards selections out there, but this year's FIFA World XI was a particularly bad one.
The IFAB is set to propose the procedure in October.
A draw is a draw but it's not really something the USMNT should rely on.
Trent Alexander-Arnold and Aaron Wan-Bissaka make England stacked at right back.
Giving a youngster a real shot at first team minutes is a delicate balance.
It's hard to think this outcome really fits the spirit of why VAR was introduced.
Tottenham could use someone like Daniel Sturridge.