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On Sunday, it will be Liverpool at Chelsea with the former looking to restore their five point advantage, West Ham at Manchester United, Wolves at Crystal Palace, and Aston Villa at Arsenal.

Riyad Mahrez won the penalty after Ben Foster brought down the Algeria international inside the area after six minutes.

With Liverpool’s upcoming visit to Stamford Bridge on Sunday as the main headline of the week, Manchester City stole the headlines in sensational style on Saturday as they ripped apart a woeful Watford team by eight goals to naught to inch two points closer to Liverpool on the Premier League table on Saturday. Not to be outdone, Leicester City roared back from a goal down for a 2-1 victory to dampen Tottenham’s title hope in an absorbing thriller at the King Power Stadium.

... and in form Tammy Abraham continued his scoring spree with a splendid hat-trick as Chelsea destroyed the Wolves by five goals to two.

Tammy Abraham can't stop scoring in the Premier League at the moment, as he moves above Sergio Aguero to top spot.

The English Premier League returned this Saturday following a week’s break with Norwich City producing a magnificent all-round display to hand champions, Manchester City, their first loss of the season.  There was no letup from leaders, Liverpool, as they took care of visiting Newcastle to maintain their perfect start to the season.

For the second consecutive week, Manchester United failed to find the winning column as they were held to one-all tie at Southampton. Chelsea endured another disappointing outing at home as ....

Sadio Mane reacted angrily after being substituted during Liverpool's 3-0 win over Burnley

Premier League leaders Liverpool and Champions Manchester City both stayed the winning course with a respective three and four to nothing walloping of Burnley FC and Brighton.

United had fallen behind in the first half to Jordan Ayew's breakaway goal before Marcus Rashford missed a penalty on a deeply frustrating afternoon for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team.

Jordan Ayew celebrates after giving Crystal Palace the lead against Manchester United at Old Trafford in the first half

Following an incredulous 4-0 thumping of Chelsea on opening day and a disappointing tie with Wolverhampton Wanderers in week 02, Manchester United, disappointed at Old Trafford, as Crystal Palace scored a late winner to stun them on Saturday.

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