Manchester City early Premier League leaders

A 5-1 demolition of Fulham placed Manchester City firmly at the top of the English Premier League.

Tottenham Hotspur seem to have got their mojo back despite the loss of top goalscorer Harry Kane. A 5-2 victory against Burnley and second place in the table is restoring supporters faith.

Rumours of a mega-million transfer bid for talisman Mo Salah have not distracted Liverpool from the task in hand as they brushed aside the challenge of Aston Villa and move the Merseyside club to third place. Could they mount a serious title challenge?.

It has been a promising start to the season for West Ham as they sit fourth in the table. A 2-1 win over London neighbours Luton was reward for the board who kept faith with manager David Moyes.

Arsenal under Mikel Arteta are showing they can grind out wins no matter what time shows on the clock. Tied at 1-1 against Manchester United, who had a late strike ruled out for an offside, Arsenal struck twice in extra time to seal a battling win and joint fourth in the table.