Manchester United defeated Liverpool 2-1 amid ugly tensions between Patrice Evra and Luis Suarez, writes James Martin.
Wayne Rooney scored the goal of the season to help lead Manchester United to a 2-1 win over Manchester City.
Arsenal has only itself to blame for letting a 4-0 lead slip away at St. James' Park.
Football's festive period is over. And Chelsea -- the league's defending champion with arguably the most to prove -- has been discarding points like unwanted fruitcake. How will it affect the title race?
No EPL football? No problem, as we look at some of the highs and lows in the soccer season, writes James Martin.
Fulham is having a dreadful season, but landing the likes of Landon Donovan would help the club turn its fortunes around, writes James Martin.
We preview the Manchester United-Arsenal clash at Old Trafford, giving three reasons United will win and three reasons it won't, writes James Martin.
Cristiano Ronaldo helped Real Madrid bounce back from the Clasico, but without Higuain, Los Blancos could go Gonzo, writes James Martin.
Gareth Bale is providing extraordinary service into the box, but Tottenham can't seem to find a way to take advantage of it, writes James Martin.
Jose Mourinho and Roberto Mancini both made some risky moves this season, but it was only Mourinho who had the Midas touch, writes James Martin.
It's a new era in the Prem, with Liverpool facing a massive rebuilding project and ManU coping with the prospect of life without Wayne Rooney, writes James Martin.
The international "break" is over. Now it's time to get back to club business, starting with Bolton Wanderers.
The league might not be won in the first few months, but too many draws can sink a campaign. Is United headed down that road to perdition?