Manchester United and Liverpool are humbled in trips south. Fulham inflicted yet another defeat on United while Liverpool's woeful form continues in a 2-0 defeat at Fratton Park. The Goals Guide takes a look at all the weekend's goals and assists.
Welsh wonder Craig Bellamy was the top points scorer at the weekend with seven points, just ahead of his team-mate Roque Santa Cruz who pocketed six. Bobby Zamora scored five as Fulham smashed three past a depleted Manchester United.
Arsenal are missing skipper Fabregas for the visit of Hull. The Spaniard adds to a long list of absentees at the Emirates but Denilson should return. United and City have problems at the back and Torres should return for Liverpool. A summary of the team news this week.
Tottenham ease past Manchester City thanks to a brace from Niko Kranjcar. Harry Redknapp's men run out 3-0 winners at White Hart Lane to inflict just the second defeat of the season on City. The goals guide takes a look at all the assists from Wednesday night's action.
Tottenham midfielder Niko Kranjcar was the number one Fantasy League performer last night with six points. Spurs had to much for Manchester City and won 3-0. Meanwhile established Premier League powers Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal salvaged results despite struggling.
A summary of the team news ahead of Wednesday night's matches including Burnley v Arsenal, Chelsea v Portsmouth, Liverpool v Wigan and Tottenham v Manchester City. Chelsea are missing Essien, Bosingwa and Kalou and Drogba is also struggling.
Manchester City's striker Carlos Tevez and Bolton front-man Ivan Klasnic each bagged a brace for six Fantasy League points and top-scored this week as the rest found points hard to come by.
Aston Villa pick up a first win over Manchester United in 14 years, their first triumph at Old Trafford since 1983. Gabriel Agbonlahor scored the only goal of the game as the Champions failed to capitalise on Chelsea dropping points.
Liverpool have Torres back while Arsenal and United continue to have big injury problems. Arsenal have absentees at both ends of the pitch while United could be missing as many as eight defensive players. Read all the rest of the very latest team news here.