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Manchester United and Tottenham got the weekend's games underway in a top four clash. Anthony Martial came off the bench and scored the winner in the 81st minute after Spurs dominated the match for the majority but couldn't find the back of the net proving their heavy reliance on star striker Harry Kane, who missed through injury.

Credit to the sturdy Manchester United defence however as they didn't give interim striker Son Heung-Min any space to break the deadlock.

Liverpool got back to winning ways after their 4-1 thumping at the hands of the Spurs, beating Huddersfield 3-0.

Goals came from Daniel Sturridge, Roberto Firmino and Georginio Wijnaldum, whilst a missed penalty from Mohammed Salah made Liverpool fans beg the question as to why James Milner, the regular spot kick taker didn't step up for this one.

Jurgen Klopp can take a lot of positives out of the win as they look to build up some winning form.

Arsenal went down early to Swansea and didn't score until the second-half with first-half superiority going unrewarded.

Aaron Ramsey netted his 50th goal for the club which proved the winner as Arsenal beat the struggling Swans 2-1. The three points keeps Arsenal on pace with the top four.

Manchester City restored their five-point lead at the top of the table beating West Brom 3-2. Fernandinho and Raheem Sterling found the back of the net as well as in-form winger Leroy Sane.

Matt Phillips clawed one back in the 92nd minute for the Baggies but it was too little too late as City held on to collect the three points.

A struggling West Ham outfit conceded a late goal to Crystal Palace in a 2-2 draw.

Wilfried Zaha's 97th minute goal salvaged a point for Palace to record just their fourth point of the season. West Ham went into the break with a 2-0 advantage away from home, but failed to add to the lead as Luka Milijovic converted a penalty conceded by Angelo Ogbonna.

The Hammers have only got nine points from 10 games and will need to lift their performances if they are to stay clear of the relegation zone.

Eden Hazard's strike early on in the second-half was enough for reigning champions Chelsea as they saw off a dogged Bournemouth side away at Goldsands Stadium.

The win secured Chelsea's first back-to-back victories since round four, setting up a blockbuster match-up against Manchester United on Matchday 11.

Stoke City achieved a much-needed victory on the road as Darren Fletcher's first-half strike was enough to see Watford off 1-0 and alleviate pressure on manager Mark Hughes.

Watford couldn't manage a shot on target despite 15 attempts and complete control of general play with 70% possession.

Brighton fought back strongly after going down 1-0 in the 7th minute thanks to Southampton's Steven Davis, as Glenn Murray continued his red-hot form and salvaged a point with a 52nd minute goal.

The draw ensures both clubs remain mid-table, a positive result thus far for the recently promoted Brighton side.

Leicester added to Everton's early-season misery with a 2-0 win, with first-half goals courtesy of Jamie Vardy and Demarai Gray.

Everton remain in the relegation zone having only managed eight points in their first 10 games, without gaining a win in their last seven games across all competitions.

The round was capped off with a 1-0 home win for Burnley over Newcastle. Jeff Hendrick broke the deadlock in the 74th minute in a game that featured chances for both sides, as Burnley continued their impressive start to the campaign, currently sitting on equal points with Liverpool.