Chelsea advanced in the FA Cup after an incident-filled penalty shoot-out win over Norwich that saw Pedro and Alvaro Morata sent off.
Back-page headlines and transfer rumours from Thursday's national newspapers.
It was a busy night for referee Graham Scott at Stamford Bridge, with VAR confusion dominating the headlines. Here, we run through the incidents...
Antonio Conte said the Video Assistant Referee system must improve after a "big mistake" in Chelsea's FA Cup win over Norwich.
Examining the reasons for Alvaro Morata’s dip in form and why Chelsea fans should keep the faith.
Theo Walcott has completed his move to Everton, signing a three-and-a-half-year deal which keeps him at the club until the summer of 2021.
Southampton were once an example to others but now they are struggling under Mauricio Pellegrino. What's gone wrong?
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Ajax defender Matthijs de Ligt is being called Barcelona’s "chosen one" but how good is he?
West Ham striker Andy Carroll is a surprise target for Chelsea, so what might be behind their interest?
Will Liverpool break goalscoring records this season? How bad are Arsenal's troubles on the road? Martin Tyler knows...
We challenged the Soccer Saturday pundits to predict how the Premier League top six will look come the end of the season.
Charlie Nicholas provides us with his FA Cup third-round replay predictions, backing wins for the Premier League teams.
Real Madrid seem happy to let Cristiano Ronaldo leave the club, but there are doubts over Man Utd's interest, says Guillem Balague.
The goalposts have been moved for Manchester United because of Man City's dominance and identity, insists Craig Bellamy.
Listen back to the latest edition of The Debate as Dennis Wise and Craig Bellamy joined Geoff Shreeves to discuss the big football talking points.
David Prutton will be joined by Michael Appleton and Andy Hinchcliffe on EFL Matters on Sky Sports Football at 7pm on Thursday.
The Debate is back with another selection of guests ready to dissect the big football talking points.
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