Brighton conceded the fastest goal in the Premier League this season, but Chris Hughton's team recovered to win 2-1 at 10-man Huddersfield. Our live coverage lets you follow all the key moments as they happen.
"When I came to London I thought Big Ben was in the city but no, he is in Watford for us", said Watford manager Javi Gracia. Find out by following our live matchcast. "I don't know what he ate but it will be on the menu for the next games".
Manchester City (12-0-2) enters the contest as one of two undefeated teams remaining in England's top flight with 38 points accumulated through 14 matches.
"Arsenal versus Spurs on Sunday was an incredible game with different tactical variations from both sides and we saw one week ago how incredible Tottenham were against Chelsea, then Arsenal were incredible against them".
"The good players, they would move for that experience, now maybe they feel after Sheikh Mansour took over they said, "We can win titles here" and they are comfortable with their families in the city and that's why they decide to stay, so it's simple".
And with Bournemouth the visitors to Etihad Stadium, it was no surprise to see Raheem Sterling on the scoresheet for the unbeaten leaders.
Their haul of 100 points, 32 wins and 106 goals were all new highs for a fiercely competitive division that they made it look very easy to conquer.
"We did so well in the last 10, 15 minutes of the first half. good spirit, good fight, good comeback from 0-2 to 2-2 and great examples of players fighting to the limits", Mourinho told BT Sport.
Leroy Sané played three league games in November, scoring 3 goals and registering 2 assists.
Jamie Vardy's 12th-minute penalty, after the striker himself was brought down, gave Leicester the lead.
Strikes in each half from James McArthur and Andros Townsend were Palace's first goals from open play at home all season.
And, in a fittingly farcical twist for the troubled club, the fans who joined the protest were only just settling into their seats when Newcastle fell behind in the 11th minute to Hernandez's cool finish. Felipe Anderson added a third for West Ham in stoppage time, ensuring they move up to 13th in the table, while Rafa Benitez's side drop to 14th.