Congratulations to Leicester on making the next stage of the Champions League. It’s still an amazing story, and they become the first debutant in the CL to top the group stage since Malaga.

With Champions League qualification out of the way, will their league form improve?

Spurs were tremendously disappointing in the Champions League, while they display fantastic league form, they haven’t found a way to translate that into Europe yet. I wouldn’t be surprised if they get knocked out of the Europa League at the next stage.

Not surprised Zlatan has another year at Man United. He is a Mourinho general, and you get the feeling Mourinho needs all the support he can get in the dressing room at the moment.

Where does this leave Marcus Rashford? Another season out wide is a waste.

Paul Pogba played well on Saturday against Arsenal, he’s starting to find his feet. Although for his price tag people will expect more, when he clicks, he’ll be great.

If Arsenal are going to win the league, they need to perform better in these big away games. They looked completely uninterested about the game Saturday.

The chant is that Luis Suarez wouldn’t get in this current Liverpool team. After drawing a blank against Southampton I’m not so sure if that is the case.

However it does make you think how good Liverpool would be with the Uruguayan still in the ranks.

3-4-3 is clearly the magic number for Antonio Conte. Their lack of European commitments could end up driving them to the title this season.

Yaya Toure looked like he hadn’t missed a beat against Palace on Saturday, would expect him to feature quite a bit this season now.

Alan Pardew needs to be looking over his shoulder at relegation now. His side are in terrible form, and will need to start picking up points soon.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s hattrick on Saturday, confirmed for me he is the best player on the planet.

It’s a shame about Paddy McNair’s injury at Sunderland. Looks like he’ll be out for the rest of the season, big blow for David Moyes whose side are starting to find their feet

West Brom looked really good in their win against Burnley. They’re starting to string some results together, they could be hovering around the top 8 by the end of the year.

Burnley can’t buy an away win, although they sit 12th, they’ll need to find some away form to avoid being dragged into a relegation dogfight.

West Ham have 2 huge games coming up away at Man United. These could end up defining their season.

Southampton have a tough away game in the Europa league against Prague, but a draw will see them through to the next round. A fantastic achievement for the side.

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