Chelsea and Arsenal bag three points whilst Liverpool continue to struggle

Newcastle United 1-0 Liverpool

Alan Pardew’s revival at St James’ Park continued after the Magpies overcame a poor Liverpool side to bag their third win in seven days following victories over Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City.

Ayoze Perez came off the bench at half-time to fire home the only goal of the game following Alberto Moreno’s failure to deal with the ball.

Arsenal 3-0 Burnley

Arsene Wenger’s side had to be patient for 70 minutes before eventually seeing off Sean Dyche’s team and continuing their fine home form in the Premier League.

Alexis Sanchez goals either side of Calum Chambers’ first goal for the Gunners was more than enough to give Arsenal the win and lift them up to 17 points.

Chelsea 2-1 Queens Park Rangers

A controversial penalty decision overshadowed Jose Mourinho’s side bagging all three points with Eden Hazard accused by some for going down too easily under pressure from Eduardo Vargas.

The Belgium international dusted himself off to score from the spot after Charlie Austin’s neat flick had cancelled out Oscar’s opener.

Everton 0-0 Swansea

A Jonjo Shelvey red card was the main talking point from a goal-less affair at Goodison Park.

Hull City 0-1 Southampton

Victor Wanyama’s quick thinking after just three minutes handed Ronald Koeman’s side victory, who remain in second place.

The Kenyan midfielder captialised on a poor clearance from the Tigers ‘keeper Jakupovic to curl home a beauty from 35 yards.

Leicester City 0-1 West Bromwich Albion

Esteban Cambiasso’s freak own-goal ended Leicester City unbeaten start at home in the Premier League.

Stoke City 2-2 West Ham

After 56 minutes, when Mame Biram Diouf added to Victor Moses’ opener, Mark Hughes must’ve felt confident that all three points would be remaining at the Britannia Stadium. However, Enner Valencia and Stewart Downing helped rescue a point for Sam Allardyce’s Hammers.