Several deviations have been recently observed in b decays by BaBar, Belle and LHCb experiments. These so called b-anomalies, when combined, give some interesting hints of Lepton Flavour Universality Violation. I will give an overview of the current b-anomalies and discuss possible ways of disentangling the dierent NP solutions. I will start by discussing the situation for b→clν decays to then propose a robust test for tensor contributions . Afterwards, I will tackle the b→sll transition, and discuss the NP scenarios of interest . I will present some new ways of testing this transition through baryonic decays [3, 4] and propose a benchmark for some poorly constrained NP scenarios .
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