The Premier League enters Matchday 5 this weekend with 10 games spread across three days.
Cristiano Ronaldo made his second Premier League debut last weekend and it was almost like he never left, scoring a brace as Man United beat Newcastle 4-1.
At Stamford Bridge, Romelu Lukaku was also making his second Stamford Bridge debut and he did not disappoint, hitting a brace as they swept aside Aston Villa 3-0.
Tottenham, who led the standings after winning their opening three matches before the international break found the going tough against London rivals Crystal Palace, losing 3-0.
Man City and Liverpool went about their business, as usual, setting the ground for an entertaining season.
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So, how does the table look like?
Chelsea, Man United, Liverpool, and Everton remain the only four sides not to have tasted defeat in the new campaign and lead the standings on 10 points each.
Man United though are the highest scorers and lead the table, with Chelsea, Liverpool, and the Toffees wrapping up the top-four.
Here is how the table looks like;
What do we expect over the weekend?
🏴 Premier League weekend fixtures
✔ Newcastle vs Leeds
✔ Wolves vs Brentford
✔ Norwich vs Watford
✔ Burnley vs Arsenal
✔ Man City vs Southampton
✔ Liverpool vs Crystal Palace
✔ Aston Villa vs Everton
✔ Brighton vs Leicester
✔ West Ham vs Man United
✔ Tottenham vs Chelsea