- Man City miss two pens in draw with Everton
- Ten-man Arsenal beat Swansea 3-2
- Spurs hit back to draw 1-1 with West Brom
- Allen double earns Stoke 2-0 win v Sunderland
- Bournemouth thrash Hull 6-1
- Chelsea beat Leicester 3-0 in early game
The big game between Liverpool and Manchester United is on Monday night but there's still two games to get your heads around on Sunday.
Stand by for:
Middlesbrough v Watford - 13:30
Southampton v Burnley - 16:00
Christian Benteke hit the post just after missing that penalty, an eventful end to his half.
Oh dear! A stuttered run-up never does you any favours if you miss a penalty and Christian Benteke is left to look like a right idiot as he balloons a spot-kick over the top in torrential rain...
Bournemouth Eddie Howe says his side were "faultless" in their 6-1 demolition of Hull City at home.
West Brom boss Tony Pulis praises the contribution of goal scorer Nacer Chadli whose goal sealed a 1-1 draw against his former club Tottenham.
Ah, Steve Bruce's debut maybe isn't going to plan after all. Wolves are level thanks to Helder Costa's fine penalty.
Hull CIty manager Mike Phelan: "I feel very embarrassed. I’ve got a team here who show what they can do when they want to.
"We’ve got to grow up. Unless we concentrate and be disciplined, we won’t get to where we want.
"What we’ve done today is not good enough."
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe: "We got the goals today that some of our attacking players deserved and probably our season deserved.
"We were very clinical and when the chances came we finished them off - which hasn't always been the case this season.
"We gifted them a goal, but fair play to the players because at that moment the game could have spun the other way.
"Jack Wilshere is improving all the time, and had a big bearing on the game today."
PaprikaSauce: Just wanted to give Chelsea credit for having FIVE academy products on the bench today.
Liquorice Allsports: Chalobah's back heel was just sublime, worth watching just for that.
Toby: Probably just the latest bump on the inconsistent Chelsea ride - they've got a long way to go before they can be considered serious title contenders.
Manuel Lanzini has put West Ham into an early lead at Selhurst Park.
Buzzard: It's unbelievable how many goalkeepers have the game of their lives when they play Tottenham.
Mallu: I still believe City will be champions in the end, but it makes the league more interesting when there are three or four teams in the race for the title...
Aston Villa are ahead in Steve Bruce's opening game in charge - Jonathan Kodjia has scored from the spot.
Nacer Chadli has netted four goals in his five top-flight games for West Brom, as many in his previous 33 for Tottenham.
He was always going to score today wasn't he?
Sunderland are only the second team in top-flight history to fail to win any of their opening eight league games in consecutive seasons (after Bury in 1905-06).
Struds: About time Walcott started firing. Is this the season he FINALLY gets his act together?
Leo: Good game from both teams. Arsenal had just a little bit more quality than Swansea. Agree with the red card for the cynical tackle, but some of the refereeing was inconsistent. Still early in the season, but Arsenal look a bit more convincing than in previous seasons.
EggFriedReusKrispies: Xhaka had one of the worst disciplinary records in the Bundesliga. It wasn't going to be long before he got sent off. No point having a good player if he's not on the pitch.
David Silva has provided more Premier League assists than any other player in the competition since his debut (59).Copyright: Reuters
Dele Alli grabbed a point for Spurs with a toe-poked finish at the Hawthorns.