This weekend is arguably the best we've had so far this season in terms of the fixtures that it entails. Nobody is probably going to watch only one game. But, if we had to, which would you pick?
United have made progress in the time Mourinho's been there—even though it isn't clearly visible at first. There's still work to do and games to win to further solidify their title challenge.
Southampton continued their fine run of results with a dominant victory over Burnley. Alas, their staggering record of clean sheet exists no more.
West Ham haven't had that much to look towards for confidence this season. But their latest adventures have given them aplenty of it. And in its midst, might've saved Atkinson some scrutiny.
This weekend brings with it the joy of club football. And what bigger stage than the Premier League? The top dogs go at it against each other in an unmissable gameweek.
Antonio Conte can now focus on finer twerkings now that he has a somewhat reliable foundation. Could 3-4-3 really be Chelsea's ticket back to glory?
A list compiling the best of the bunch. The best of the best young players under the age of 23, from every corner of the world.
Manchester City may have already wrapped up the Premier League title. It is often premature to think so after only six games—but Guardiola is not a man who gives up an early lead over his opponents.
West Ham United have gone on to a terrible start in the 2016/17 Premier League season. Two defeats in a row aren't ideal, and Bilic needs to find his mojo and inspire his players who look distraught.
Football this Saturday presented plenty of goals to get one's mind over, no doubt over that. But it produced one major headline, which consisted of one particular North London club.