Manchester City's demolition of Manchester United on their home turf at Old Trafford was the highlight of the weekend as far as matches in the EPL. While United fans will feel this is the worst thing to happen to them in ages, there are 29 games left and plenty of time for the Citizens to drop a point or two and the Red Devils make up a few.
Norwich City scored against the run of play to draw with Liverpool who will feel they should have won the game easily, but they just could not convert their shots into goals. The lack of finishing from the Reds has been their worst enemy so far this season and has cost them several wins already.
Chelsea without a doubt will be coming back with a vengeance in their second London Derby in two weeks after a horrendous outing against Queens Park Rangers. This week, they take on an Arsenal side that looks to be finding their continued salvation on the the scoring boots of Robin Van Persie who has put the club on his back for most of the season so far.
Newcastle remained undefeated but will face off in a tough battle against Stoke City, while Tottenham will have to tangle with Queens Park Rangers at White Hart Lane.
It will be another excitement filled round in the EPL as anything can happen on any given weekend.