Costa and Willian secure Chelsea win
Goals from Diego Costa and Willian gave Chelsea all three points at a ground where they have never lost in the Premier League.
Liverpool come from behind to grab second spot
Second-half goals from Roberto Firmino and James Milner -- the latter from the penalty spot -- move Liverpool up to second place in the Premier League table.
Firmino has starring role at Swansea
Roberto Firmino was Liverpool's best performer as Klopp's men beat Swansea without being at their best, writes Steven Kelly in his player ratings.
Milner credits Klopp for turnaround
James Milner has credited Jurgen Klopp's message to his players at the half-time break as the catalyst for the comeback win over Swansea.
Watford held at home by Bournemouth
Watford twice came from behind at Vicarage Road to seal a point against the Cherries.
Sunderland still looking for first league win under Moyes
Patrick van Aanholt resuced a point for the hosts, but David Moyes' wait for a Premier League victory as Sunderland boss goes on.
Payet strike rescues a point for Hammers
Dimitri Payet's second-half stunner gave West Ham a share of the spoils after Cristhian Stuani had given Middlesbrough the lead.
Transfer Talk: Man United, Man City to fight over Kroos
Meanwhile, Liverpool are amongst a host of European giants aiming to sign a 17-year-old tagged as 'the new Zlatan'. All this and more in the latest edition of Transfer Talk.
Arsenal fans talk twenty years of Wenger.
Arsene Wenger is celebrating his twentieth season as Arsenal head coach, fans share the highs and lows of his tenure.
Benteke rescues point for Palace at Everton
Christian Benteke scored a second-half equaliser for visitors Crystal Palace after countryman Romelu Lukaku had given hosts Everton the lead.
Benteke has perfect night for Palace
Christian Benteke scored a perfect 10 in our player ratings after the Belgian's towering header secured Crystal Palace a 1-1 draw at Everton.
United's Rashford wants to emulate Ronaldo
Manchester United hotshot Marcus Rashford has chosen Cristiano Ronaldo to serve as his footballing muse.
Real's Modric sidelined with knee problem
Club statement says cartilage problem discovered after tests on Croatia midfielder.
Ibra refused €100m China offer - Raiola
Super agent Mino Raiola has told an Italian newspaper that Zlatan Ibrahimovic once refused a €100 million offer to join a Chinese club.
Klasnic 'critically ill' after kidney failure
Former Bolton Wanderers and Croatia striker Ivan Klasnic is fighting for his life after suffering kidney failure.
Should Tottenham play Son up front?
Son has scored five goals in five games this season - the same number he managed in 28 appearances last season.
Guardiola open to longer Man City stay
Pep Guardiola has not ruled out staying at Manchester City longer than his three-year contract.
Guardiola 'the face' of new era - Pochettino
Tottenham's Mauricio Pochettino has described Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola as "the face" of a new era of management ahead of their first meeting
Agent says he lied about manager bribes
Italian agent Pino Pagliara says he was not truthful when he told undercover reporters that Premier League managers received bribes in transfers.
West Brom ready for Berahino deal talks
West Brom are keen on offering Saido Berahino new terms with his deal expiring at the end of the season.
Real struggling to fill Casemiro void
Few would have thought a layoff to defensive midfielder Casemiro would trouble Real Madrid so much, but it's a problem vexing Zinedine Zidane.
Ibra's leadership is missed at PSG
Forget the goals that left when Zlatan Ibrahimovic moved to Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain are missing their former talisman's leadership.
Tribute to Arsene Wenger
It is a backhanded tribute to Wenger, but a tribute nonetheless, that 10 years of failure at Arsenal will be forgiven so quickly, writes Nick Hornby.
Wenger won't rule out 5 more Arsenal years
Wenger celebrates two decades in charge of the club on Saturday, although this could be his last season as his contract expires next summer.
Guardiola: Pochettino 'one of best in world'
Pep Guardiola has hailed Mauricio Pochettino as one of the best managers in the world ahead of Manchester City's trip to Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.
Who has been implicated in Telegraph sting?
The Daily Telegraph's "Football for Sale" investigation has alleged a series of illicit practices. Here we look at the individuals implicated so far.
FIFA: Third-party ownership ban working
FIFA believes The Daily Telegraph's investigation into corruption in football has shown that its efforts to tighten up the transfer system have worked
Mou laments 'poisoned' October schedule
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has called his side's packed October fixture list a "poison gift" in the wake of their 1-0 Europa League win.
Cazorla yet to be offered new Arsenal contract
Cazorla, 31, who started in Arsenal's 2-0 win over Basel in Wednesday's Champions League group game, is in his fifth campaign with the club.
Coquelin faces fitness test for Burnley, Giroud out
Giroud has been struggling with a toe injury since Arsenal's 1-1 draw at PSG, while Coquelin injured his knee in the 3-0 victory over Chelsea.
Can Spurs stop City's momentum?
Jules Breach and Don Hutchison discuss whether Spurs have enough about them to see of Manchester city.
Did Celtic show how to trouble City?
Celtic may have shown a way to combat Manchester City in midweek and Pep Guardiola will have to ensure his side are fully aware of Spurs' threat.