Another weekend of Premier League action is done and dusted, and it's time for the latest Premier League Team of the Week.
Chelsea ended Manchester City's unbeaten start to the season with a 2-1 victory, Manchester United made up ground on City after a 4-1 win over Wolves, while Tottenham's excellent run of results came to an end with a 2-1 defeat to Stoke.
Martin O'Neil got off to a good start at Sunderland, and piled more pressure on Steve Kean, with a 2-1 comeback win, while Arsenal saw off Everton 1-0.
Newcastle continued to slide after being beaten 4-2 by Norwich, while Swansea brought Fulham back to earth with a 2-0 win over the London side. Liverpool dealt with QPR, overcoming the promoted side 1-0.
Wigan picked up an important win over West Brom, while Bolton were unable to do the same against Aston Villa.
So, here is the Premier League Team of the Week, lining up in a 3-4-3 formation.
What a buy Michel Vorm is proving to be. The Dutch keeper was in excellent form, once again, against Fulham.
Vorm saved Clint Dempsey's penalty, to cap a miserable day for the midfielder, after he had already saved a long range effort from Dempsey, done brilliantly to block Brian Ruiz's effort and got out well to cut out Andy Johnson.
Swansea are looking like a real Premier League side, and a lot of that is down to the heroics of Michel Vorm who is worth at least a goal a game.
Thomas Vermaelen is not usually a left-back, but he filled in admirably for Arsenal against Everton.
Vermaelen was, as usual, a threat in Everton's box, but also made two crucial interventions at the back, making a great clearing header under pressure and doing enough to stop Tim Cahill from scoring a header.
With André Santos out for around three months, Vermaelen could be spending some more time at left-back. If his début in the position is anything to go by, Arsenal fans should be less worried than they were before the start of the weekend.
Chris Samba, as was pointed out on Match of the Day 2, is one of the few positives of Blackburn Rovers' season so far.
He was defensively solid, in the air and on the ground, and showed why he is sometimes used as a striker with some great skill in the box. He was unlucky to be called up for a foul after Keiren Westwood jumped into him and the ball ended up in the goal.
Chris Samba is going to have a hard time staving off relegation with Blackburn Rovers, but there are few people better suited to the job.
Martin Skrtel is playing as well as he has ever done for Liverpool. He was magnificent against QPR, winning just about everything in the air with a great mixture of physical strength and expert technique.
He was also a great presence on the ground, putting in a perfect sliding tackle on Jay Bothroyd as the QPR man threatened.
Liverpool have conceded the least number of goals in the Premier League this season, having given up just 13 goals so far. This is in no small part down to the performances of Martin Skrtel. If Liverpool are to reclaim a top four position, it will be on the back of a solid defence.
Nani embodied the spirit Manchester United showed against Wolves.
A brilliant run and finish, into the corner he was running away from, was followed up by an assist for Wayne Rooney's first goal before the midfielder timed his run well to tap in his second goal.
Nani is a huge asset for United, both in terms of goals from midfield and assists (he almost played in Phil Jones) and Sir Alex Ferguson will need him to be firing if United are to keep up with their rivals at the top of the table.
Alex Song had a great outing against Everton, a particular highlight being his beautifully weighted ball to Robin van Persie for his goal.
The Cameroon international has, according to ESPN, five assists this season, the joint most for Arsneal in the league. His distribution was good against Everton, while he also excelled in his primary role as a defensive midfielder.
The stats concerning Arsenal's win ratio with and without Alex Song are interesting and well worth a look.
Ramires is becoming increasingly influential for Chelsea. In the first half of Chelsea's clash with Manchester City, the Brazilian helped to contain a Manchester City side with a host of attacking options before getting forwards more often in the second half with a string of driving runs.
The midfielder proved too much for Gael Clichy, who had already been having a bad day, and forced the foul that saw the left-back pick up his second booking.
The energetic Ramires is well worth his place in the side and will be vital for Chelsea's push to claw themselves into first place by the middle of May next year.
Antonio Valencia provided the assists for two of Manchester United's four goals and created a whole host of chances as he caused havoc on the right wing.
Valencia had already crossed to Michael Carrick, who was unlucky not to score with a header, by the time he had crossed for Nani to tap in, and also provided the ball for Wayne Rooney to finish well.
The winger continued to create chances, playing a great ball to Rooney and releasing Phil Jones with a lovely knock-down header.
Grant Holt has been with Norwich since they were in League One, and has made the transition to the Premier League look easy, scoring on a regular basis in all three divisions in which he has played for Norwich.
The English striker scored twice for Norwich last weekend, both times with headers as he led Norwich to a commendable victory over Newcastle.
Holt was a threat throughout, combining strength with a decent turn of pace to get in behind Newcastle's defence on more than one occasion.
Grant Holt has not always been a starter for Norwich this season, but on the back of his most recent showing it's hard to see why he hasn't been.
Daniel Sturridge was in fine form against Manchester City. He caused havoc down the right wing, giving Gael Clichy a torrid time and provided the cross for Chelsea's first goal.
He also won the penalty after his shot was illegally blocked by Joleon Lescott and continued to cause problems after Clichy had left the field.
Roberto Mancini has said that he would have kept hold of Sturridge if he had been in charge of City at the time of his departure. Chelsea have really benefited and could well have found a long-term resident in the Englishman.
Robin van Persie is getting closer and closer to Alan Shearer's record of 36 Premier League goals in one calender year.
His goal this weekend was something special, a truly sublime volley into the bottom corner whilst he was entirely off the ground. It's undoubtedly a contender for Goal of the Season.
He was not as prominent as he sometimes is, but he played an important role keeping Everton's defence and midfield on the defensive.
RVP has a habit of contributing when Arsenal need him, and this weekend was no different. Everton looked to be proving too resilient for Arsenal to break down, so the Dutch master provided the piece of magic that was required.
Special mentions to Demba Ba, Wayne Rooney and Luis Suarez, all of whom were excellent on a weekend which saw a string of impressive attacking displays.