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Josh King and Lys Mousset struck second-half goals as Bournemouth came from behind to inflict a first defeat on new Stoke boss Paul Lambert.
Bournemouth produced a second-half comeback to beat Stoke 2-1 in the Premier League, as Paul Lambert suffered his first defeat as Potters manager.
There were a host of January signings on show in Saturday's Premier League games, but who shone and who struggled?
After a hectic day of Premier League action, we bring you five standout stats from Saturday's games.
We're back with Premier League predictions and stats from a special guest from Opta on this week's Stat Attack podcast...
Stoke will make a late call on whether to hand January signing Badou Ndiaye his debut against Bournemouth on Saturday.
The January window review episode of Transfer Talk is available to download now!
Paul Lambert says he will make a late call on new midfielder Badou Ndiaye ahead of their clash with Bournemouth.
Paul Merson is back with another round of his Premier League predictions - how will he fare this week?
Premier League clubs spent 77% more on new signings compared to last year's winter window, according to new figures.
Premier League clubs set a new winter transfer spending record after splashing £446m on signings - but how did that total compare with the other top leagues in Europe?
If one transfer deadline wasn't enough, English football could have two Deadline Days in August.
Will Sergio Aguero score against Burnley again? Can Liverpool continue their impressive home form? And will Swansea's resurgence continue?
Should Christian Eriksen's quick-fire opener for Tottenham Hotspur against Manchester United have stood? Were West Bromwich Albion lucky not to have been reduced to 10 men against Manchester City? Dermot Gallagher has his say in this week's Ref Watch.
Premier League clubs spent a record £446.2m during the January transfer window - but how much did your team spend?
Take a look at the best goals from the week's Premier League games and vote for your favourite.
The January transfer window has closed - and now it's time to assess the business done by Premier League clubs.
Paul Merson grades the transfer window for each Premier League club with Chelsea, Liverpool and Man Utd top of the class.