To say this week in the Premier League was eventful is an understatement.
In the first six games played on Saturday, 22 goals were scored, including a 4-4 draw between Swansea and Wolves and Wigan's 4-0 surprise trouncing of Newcastle.
A total of 35 goals were scored this week, and the final one was the most important as Vincent Kompany won the Manchester derby and possible the Premier League title for Manchester City.
Beneath the Manchester clubs in the table, Tottenham and Chelsea both won on Sunday, taking advantage of Newcastle's loss to get back into the race for fourth place, which is currently led by Spurs.
At the bottom of the table, Wigan's win helped them gain 16th place in the table and drag Aston Villa officially into the relegation conversation.
With two games for everyone (except for Bolton, who has a game in-hand), the relegation race consists of five clubs fighting for three survival spots.
As always, last week's ranking is in parenthesis.