Each week the Goals Guide will take a look back at the weekend's action, review all the goals and explain any dubious assists. Eight of the top-10 sides were victorious on New Year's Day, with Chelsea and Bolton losing ground.
Welsh wonder Gareth Bale was the top points scoring player from the New Year's Day weekend with six points. The Tottenham starlet got the solitary goal that beat London rivals Fulham.
Perhaps a few Premier League players are expecting a heavy night tonight as nine find themselves suspended for the games on New Year's Day and January 2nd. Read a full summary of all the team news headlines ahead of this weekend.
The Goals Guide looks back at the action from the games on Wednesday night. Liverpool were stunned at home by Wolves while Arsenal were held by 10-men Wigan and Chelsea finally picked up a win.
Each week the goals guide will take a look back at the all the goals and explain any dubious assists. This week has been a good one for Manchester City, while there were away wins for Blackpool, Blackburn and Fulham.
Captain fantastic Cesc Fabregas scored seven points for a goal and two assists as Arsenal beat title rivals Chelsea 3-1 on Monday night. The win takes Arsenal up to second place.
Each week the Goals Guide will take a look back at the weekend's action, review all the goals and explain any dubious assists. It was a good Boxing Day for both Manchester clubs, while West Ham and Wigan picked up good results at the bottom.
All-action Argentine Carlos Tevez was the leading points scoring player on Boxing Day with eight. The Manchester City front-man was involved in all three goals in the win at Newcastle.
Only three matches survived the weather last weekend and so far both Blackpool v Liverpool and Everton v Birmingham have fallen foul of the weather, being postponed due to frozen pitches.
Each day in the lead-up to Christmas Fantasy League will look back to that day in previous seasons. Today we look back at matches from 1995, 2000, 2006 and 2007
Jermain Defoe would have been more than frustrated with the ankle injury which forced him to miss ten Premier League matches, but three months on and he’s ready to kick-start his season
Many people may have disagreed with the sacking of Sam Allardyce and the recent news that caretaker Steve Kean will remain in charge until the end of the season, but in hindsight the owners might have timed it just about right. Rovers have a decent run of games over Christmas and Kean will need skipper Ryan Nelsen on-side and on-form in the coming weeks.