The Premier League enters Matchday 6 this weekend with 10 games spread across three days.
Last time out, Arsenal picked their second successive win as they beat Burnley 1-0 to move closer to the top half of the table.
Their London rivals Chelsea, won 3-0 away at Tottenham Hotspur thanks to a second-half masterclass that was engineered by Coach Thomas Tuchel.
There was late drama in east London as Manchester United came from a goal down to beat West Ham 2-1 with Jesse Lingard scoring the winner.
It could have ended in a draw though, but Mark Noble missed a last-minute penalty as Ole Gunnar's Reds left with maximum points.
In Manchester, defending champions Manchester City, had only a single shot on target as they were held to a 0-0 draw against Southampton.
Liverpool too maintained their unbeaten start to the new season, and currently sit at the top of the pile alongside Thomas Tuchel's side.
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So, how does the table look like?
Chelsea and Liverpool are joint top of the table with identical records but are level on points with Manchester United in third.
Surprise package, Brighton, who shocked Leicester last time out are fourth on the log on 12 points, two ahead of Man City and Everton.
Here is how the table looks like;
Arguably the clash of the weekend will be at Stamford Bridge where Chelsea host Manchester City on Saturday.
This will be the first time the two sides meet since the Champion League final in Porto, where Kai Havertz's goal gave Tuchel's Blues the win.
In London, old rivals will be at it again as Arsenal play Tottenham in the north London derby.
- Chelsea vs Manchester City
- Man United vs Aston Villa
- Leicester City vs Burnley
- Everton vs Norwich
- Leeds vs West Ham
- Watford vs Newcastle
- Brentford vs Liverpool
- Southampton vs Wolves
- Arsenal vs Tottenham
- Crystal Palace vs Brighton