Gary Neville says Manchester United can take the sting out of Leicester's pacey attack on Saturday Night Football.
Guillem Balague believes Manchester City are attempting to convince Lionel Messi to join them from Barcelona.
Jacob Butterfield scored twice as Derby went top of the Sky Bet Championship with a 2-0 win over Hull at the KC Stadium.
Arsenal are criticised by an environmental group after making a short-hop flight to Norwich, plus more from Saturday's papers.
Paul Merson says Man Utd won't beat Leicester on Saturday Night Football, but tips Man City and Arsenal to bounce back with wins.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says he is not worried by his team's continued struggles in front of goal this season.
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