After their flimsy performance at Fulham, Jurgen Klopp will get a reaction out of Liverpool when they face Crystal Palace on Monday Night Football.
Chelsea scored twice from just three shots on target in their 2-2 draw with Tottenham, and the Super Sunday panel discussed the striker shortage at Stamford Bridge.
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Sky Sports speaks exclusively to Crystal Palace defender Marc Guehi ahead of their Monday Night Football trip to Liverpool.
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Max Kilman opens up about his friendship with Conor Coady, becoming a leader and new signing Goncalo Guedes.
The first big-six clash of the season takes place on Sunday at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea host Spurs, live on Sky Sports, in what will be a litmus test for both clubs.
Justin Fields enters year two as one of the easiest stories to root for in the NFL. Will the Bears quarterback lead a resurgence in Chicago?
Arsenal's debutants made a big impact in the win over Crystal Palace - but does Mikel Arteta's side now have the required mettle to finish in the top four?
Sky Sports News reporter Keith Downie unpicks Newcastle United's summer transfer strategy and explains why they haven't been quite as busy as many expected.