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Elsewhere on Saturday, Watford held off a late Cardiff comeback attempt to end their recent six-game winless run, Crystal Palace grabbed a scrappy lone goal win over visiting Leicester, ...

Watford's centre back Chrisitan Kabasele clears gha468the ball from danger under pressure from Callum Paterson in the first half. Image credit - dailymail

Manchester City rebounded from last week’s 2-0 loss to Chelsea with a 3-1 win over Everton to reclaim the Premier League summit over idle Liverpool, who are set to play Manchester United tomorrow.

Elsewhere on the day, Manchester United recorded their biggest win of the season as they swept Fulham by 4 goals to one, Cardiff bested Southampton by a precious lone goal at home, ...

N'Golo Kante wheels away in celebration after breaking the deadlock against Pep Guardiola's men.

Chelsea bounced back from their second defeat of the season – a 2-0 loss to Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. (Wolves) in midweek action – with a seismic 2-0 shutout of Manchester City to end the Champions unbeaten 15-game start to the season and an overall 21-game unbeaten run dating back to last season.

Elsewhere on Saturday, Crystal Palace snatched their first home win of the season at the expense of Burnley, Manchester United fought back from two goals down against struggling Southampton for a point, ...

Lukaku kickstarted a United revival on 33 minutes when the striker ended his run of 12 games without a goal for his club

Manchester City had to work extra hard before seeing off a determined Bournemouth side by a 3-1 margin that saw them take a five-point advantage over their closest challenger – Liverpool – who will be in action tomorrow.

Title hopeful side, Tottenham Spurs, continued their recent brilliant run with a 3-1 win over Chelsea, the first loss of the season for the latter, ...

Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold celebrates after he made it 2-0 with a superbly-struck free-kick. Getty Image

The English Premier League returned this afternoon following the international break with Manchester City showing no rust at all as they walloped West Ham by four goals to nothing to maintain their 2 points advantage at the top over Liverpool, who won convincingly at Watford.

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