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Aston Villa and Southampton are still to play on Monday night, but that’s it from here for a couple of days. We’ll be back at 18:00 GMT on Tuesday for all the latest Champions League action including MAN CITY v BAYERN MUNICH and SCHALKE v CHELSEA. Be sure to join us then. Cheerio!
Burnley moved off the bottom of the table on Saturday but have slipped to 19th today after that win for Crystal Palace earlier. That means Leicester join the Clarets and QPR in the drop zone.
Just to show how crazy the Premier League can be, Newcastle were in the top four for a couple of hours on Saturday. Manchester United now occupy fourth after beating Arsenal, but the Gunners, West Ham, Swansea, Everton and now Tottenham are all still in the mix.
Chelsea moved seven points clear of Southampton, who don’t play until Monday, with another win at Stamford Bridge on Saturday. Manchester City remain eight points off the title pace in third, while a massive 13 points already separate first from fourth.
Peeep! Peeeep! Away they go in the Milan derby. Follow all the action with our play-by-play commentary below. Inter have conceded more goals (5) in the opening 15 minutes of games than any team in Serie A...
LIVE: AC Milan 0-0 Inter
More from Steve Bruce to BBC Sport on the red card: "It was petulant by Ramirez but it is not violent conduct. Vertonghen goes down as if he has been pole-axed. Vertonghen's actions are there for everyone to see but does he have to go over like that? I would be really disappointed if I was going to do something like that."
Bruce criticises Vertonghen
Given the circumstances, you could argue Manchester United’s win over Arsenal was the top result of the weekend in the Premier League, but we’ll give this one to Crystal Palace for a magnificent 3-1 victory against Liverpool. They like playing the Reds at Selhurst Park, don’t they...
20 - Angel Di Maria has now recorded 20 league assists in 2014, more than any other player in the top five European leagues. Provider.— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) November 22, 2014
It as to be Arsenal. Yep, Liverpool continue their slide down the table, but the Gunners had chance after chance to put Manchester United away but failed to do so. This is their worst start to a season for 32 years and they’ve now lost two in a row in the league.
Honourable mentions to Danny Ings, Burnley’s hero against Stoke, and Leon Osman for scoring the winner on his 400th appearance for Everton, but this one goes to Yannick Bolasie for an outstanding performance in Crystal Palace’s 3-1 win over Liverpool earlier today.
Alrighty then, time to recap all of the weekend's action. Here's a reminder of the results..
Chelsea 2-0 West Brom
Everton 2-1 West Ham
Leicester 0-0 Sunderland
Manchester City 2-1 Swansea
Newcastle 1-0 QPR
Stoke 1-2 Burnley
Arsenal 1-2 Manchester United
Crystal Palace 3-1 Liverpool
Hull 1-2 Tottenham
There’s the small matter of the MILAN DERBY coming up this evening. This ain't the top-of-the-table clash it used to be, but the winner does have the chance of going fifth. It's Roberto Mancini's first game back in charge of Inter. Here’s the team news...
Inter: Handanovic; Nagatomo, Ranocchia, Juan Jesus, Dodo; Guarin, Kuzmanovic, Obi; Kovacic; Icardi, Palacio.
AC Milan: Diego Lopez; Rami, Zapata, Mexes, De Sciglio; Essien, Muntari; Bonaventura, Menez, El Shaarawy; Torres.
Four defeats in a row for Liverpool and it could get worse according to our man at Selhurst Park today...
If Liverpool don't buy a proven striker in January, I can't see them finishing in the top six, never mind top four.— Wayne Veysey (@wayneveysey) November 23, 2014
- Hull have received five red cards in the Premier League in 2014 – only Tottenham (six) have received more
- Tottenham’s 73.3% share of possession in this match was their highest in a Premier league game this term, the fifth highest of any team
- Tottenham’s last four Premier League games have ended in a 2-1 scoreline (won two, lost two); none of their preceding 26 matches finished with this score
- Four of Dwight Gayle’s nine Premier League goals have come against Liverpool. He has hit three of his four home PL goals against the Reds
- Adam Lallana provided his first Premier League assist for Liverpool, for a player he has now laid on five PL goals for (Rickie Lambert)
- Liverpool have conceded 21 goals in their last 10 Premier League away matches, keeping just one clean sheet in that run
Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock to Sky Sports: “That was a Neil Warnock performance today, I thought. I was really proud of them. Apparently they [the players] aren’t having me are they, some of them? But if that’s a team that isn’t having me, I don’t know what to do.”
"@hkane28: It was a bit like Villa the way it panned out. We've got a great spirit here and dug deep when we needed to and got the result."— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) November 23, 2014
"@ChrisEriksen8 on goal: I had a second to think about it. I wanted to celebrate with the fans & my teammates. Our fans were first class."— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) November 23, 2014
Brendan Rodgers: "It was bitterly disappointing. It was nowhere near the level that we would expect. We started the game as you would want but I think you saw a team low on confidence. We're not quite together as a team, which is what we pride our work on. We need to find a solution very quickly because it was very disappointing."
Liverpool slump is my responsibility, says Rodgers
More from Bruce: "I understand they’ve got really difficult jobs but why does he [assistant referee] have to get involved? And if he does get involved, why isn’t it only a yellow card?"
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