Liverpool earned themselves a precious three points this past weekend after winning a hard fought battle against Queens Park Rangers.
Both sides are hungry for three points as they put on an aggressive attempt since kick off, but none were able to find any break through during the first 45 minutes.
Southampton keeping their fine start of this season going after picking up an excellent home win over Sunderland.
Ronald Koeman's men were looking determined on that weekend tie as they already grabbed a comfortable 3-0 lead during first 45 minutes.
Chelsea keeping their lead at the top of English Premier League table as this weekend they bagged all three points against Crystal Palace.
Playing away from home didn't stop The Blues from putting on an attacking approach as they got themselves in front after just six minutes through Oscar's free kick.
Arsenal's ambition to bounce back from their defeat against Chelsea in previous fixture was halted as they only managed a point against Hull City this weekend.
The home side were looking determined in searching for that early goals as they put themselves in front after Alexis Sanches scored a brilliant effort on 13 minutes.
Manchester City keeping their challenge at Premier League top standings this weekend after grabbing all three points against Tottenham Hotspur.
Playing in front of their home crowd, Man City immediately put on an aggressive effort and got themselves in front on 13 minutes through Sergio Aguero.
Guiding his side temporarily leading English Premire League table up till now apparently isn't enough to lead Jose Mourinho into acquiring the league's Manager of the Month award.
However, Mourinho himself doesn't seem to be bothered with that situation as he even congratulated Southampton's Ronald Koeman, who ends up with that Manager of the Month award.
Liverpool's young winger, Raheem Sterling has been attracting lots of media attention in recent days after his recent act of pulling out from England's Euro 2016 qualifier against Estonia few days back.
Suffering a disappointing defeat over Chelsea couple of weeks back, Arsenal are looking forward to redeem themselves this weekend when English Premier League get going again.
Arsene Wenger's men will set to face Hull City and the French tactician will have to do without some of his players available, especially at the back as injuries are hitting them at the moment.
An interesting statement arrived from current Bayern Munich head coach, Pep Guardiola, who admittedly revealed his interest in becoming a coach at Manchester United.
That interest was revealed on the tactician's latest book, in which he stated his intention in taking charge of United when watching a Champions League tie at Old Trafford sometime in 2011.
Having a rather poor start into the current season, which saw them trailing by eight points behind league leader Chelsea, not many believes that Manchester United can challenge for title this season, but that's not what United's defender, Rafael thinks.
Having been such a loyal servant for Chelsea in this past few years, Peter Cech suddenly felt forgotten this summer after Jose Mourinho's side decided to make Thibaut Courtouis as the club's number one choice.
Another disappointing news arrived for Arsenal as their injury crisis continues after Mesut Ozil was reported to pick up a problem on his left knee during the midfielder's international call up with Germany.
Chelsea maintaining their lead at the top of English Premier League standings after snatching an important win over one of their rivals, Arsenal last weekend.
Playing at Stamford Bridge, The Blues were determined in picking up all three points as they immediately push forward since kick off.
New Italian national team head coach, Antonio Conte, continue to make an interesting decision regarding his players call up for upcoming Euro 2016 qualifier after selecting Graziano Pelle ahead of Mario Balotelli.