There's no more international breaks between now and the end of the season, with the Premier League hotting up at both ends of the table.
Each club in the top flight has a key issue to resolve between now and the end of the campaign -- from those fighting for a Champions League place to those battling to survive, everything will be resolved in the next few months.
Our Premier League bloggers tackle the crucial question their club must answer.
A week at West Ham United is rarely dull. Whatever other criticisms can be leveled at the club, supporters can rarely complain that they are unable to get involved in some new drama.
In fact, an unerring ability to unearth a regular crisis is almost the hallmark of East London's finest.
Just a few short weeks ago, Hammers fans were bemoaning the prospects of a dull mid-table finish in a season that looked to be petering out. Now, rocked by a new injury crisis, the same supporters are talking about...
With reports in the UK linking West Ham with interest in Wayne Rooney on Tuesday, ESPN FC asked Hammers blogger Peter Thorne about the Manchester United captain's potential fit in East London.
Is he still able to play at the highest level?
The counterpoint to that question would be, "Define the highest level." Rooney has had his high points with England certainly, but Gareth Southgate is, quite correctly, looking to the future and Rooney, 31, has nothing to offer in that respect. Similarly, as an...
West Ham threw everything at Leicester City in an exciting second half at the London Stadium, but were unable to overturn a poor defensive first 45 minutes. The Foxes 3-2 win was their first away victory in the league since last April and heaps more home grief on Slaven Bilic's stumbling team.
Kasper Schmeichel kept Leicester from dropping points in a superb display as the Hammers piled on huge pressure. Ultimately though, West Ham lost the game in a torrid seven-minute opening spell when the...
STOKE -- Three quick thoughts from the bet365 Stadium as Chelsea completed a 2-1 win against Stoke City on Saturday to extend their Premier League lead to 13 points.
1. Chelsea find way to win without Hazard
Antonio Conte insisted on Friday that he respects every member of his squad but he clearly trusts only a few; since the shift to 3-4-3 in late September, just 13 different Chelsea players have been picked to start Premier League matches.
Eden Hazard's absence -- the Belgian international...
Manchester City and Arsenal are both coming off the back of embarrassing European exits, but City's will hurt more as they were ahead against Monaco. Pep Guardiola has to rouse the troops against Liverpool, who tend to disappoint against smaller clubs but should be perfectly comfortable against the Catalan and his style of play.
Arsene Wenger is under major pressure, so has to get the fans back on his side with a big win over West Brom, while Manchester United's Europa League exploits might see...