AFC Bournemouth 2-1 Brighton & Hove Albion: the hosts grabbed their first points of the season over 16th placed Brighton that sees them move to 19th above bottom place Crystal Palace.
Huddersfield 1-1 Leicester City: Leicester could not come out on top of Huddersfield who held them to a one-all draw to set the hosts at number six and drop Leicester with 4 points in five games to 15th.
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Newcastle 2-1 Stoke City: Newcastle who are just promoted back to the top tier league have won their third match against a determined Stoke team and are in the 4th place and Champions League qualification spot.
Liverpool 1-1 Burnley: Liverpool continues to stumble as they were held to a draw at home by Burnley despite welcoming back Coutinho to the starting lineup. Who have to their credit been producing fine performances against top teams in the competition, Liverpool is 8th below Burnley in 7th.
Tottenham 0-0 Swansea City: Tottenham couldn’t repeat their feat at Wembley when they hosted Swansea in the domestic league and they settled for a point.
Watford 0-6 Manchester City: The premier league team of the week would consist of many City players as they were in outstanding form and destroyed Watford leaving them at 11th place in their own home with Sergio Aguero notching a hat trick that sees him go top of the scorers chart and his team top of the league.
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West Brom 0-0 West Ham: The Westerners both couldn’t muster a single goal and though West Brom would not betook sour as they stay 10th and watch their opponents drop to 17th.
Manchester United 4-0 Everton: the returning Wayne Rooney had no pleasant surprise to give the Toffees as they were run asunder by a talented United team with Lukaku grabbing his 5th goal of the season that ties him with Aguero and his club also go 2nd, level on points with City while Everton are 18th in the table.
Crystal Palace 0-0 Southampton: Palace remains the only team in the tournament with no points when they lost at home under a new coach to Sothampton who rise to the 9th position.
Chelsea 0-0 Arsenal: Chelsea could not overcome Arsenal at the Stamford Bridge in an entertaining game (regardless of the score line) and like Conte had feared one of his players, David Luiz, was sent off by the referee. The result sees Chelsea stay third and Arsenal goes 12th below Watford.