Here’s a list of the most memorable moments from the weekend’s games.
1/3 Manchester City v Swansea City, 20 September Manchester City’s win over Swansea City left Jose Mourinho’s men unbeaten at the Etihad Stadium since January, with only three points from five games.
The hosts looked as though they had a chance of pulling off a shock victory in the second half but it wasn’t to be.
After a couple of good chances, Sergio Aguero levelled for City but then slipped behind for the final time as the hosts dominated the first half.
They were only level in the 56th minute when Willy Caballero’s free-kick found the back of the net, but the visitors could have levelled again from a corner.
2/3 Arsenal v Liverpool, 20 November It’s been a busy few weeks for Arsenal, as they beat Manchester United and Everton in quick succession.
Arsene Wenger’s side now sit fifth in the Premier League table and have won two of their last three, although they have also been drawn to face Everton and Chelsea.
Liverpool had a strong game, but Arsenal had the better of the opening exchanges.
Both teams came out firing, but it was Arsenal who went close to pulling a goal back through Olivier Giroud’s cross for Joe Allen to nod home.
But it was an ugly moment from the hosts.
The visitors had chances of opening the scoring from close range in the first 10 minutes, but couldn’t find a way through.
Arsenal should have scored a late equaliser as they played the game out in midfield, but were unable to take advantage.
3/3 Tottenham Hotspur v Southampton, 21 November Spurs were a force to be reckoned with against Southampton last week, with their midfield dominating the game.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side held off a desperate Southampton side to go level on points with the Gunners, and had goals from Emmanuel Adebayor and Jermain Defoe before the break.
They then had the second chance of the game, as Kane converted a corner from a good position to put Tottenham up 1-0.
It was a fantastic finish from the Spurs captain, who scored his third goal of the season in a 2-1 victory against Southampton.
4/3 Liverpool v Arsenal, 21 December It was Liverpool’s first win at Arsenal since January 2016, and the first victory in four games.
Liverpool took the lead in the 18th minute thanks to a lovely free-kicks from Suarez, who finished superbly after his shot deflected off the bar.
Liverpool looked to be cruising at the time, but they were undone by a poor defensive display from Arsenal.
The Gunners held on for a point but only after some nervy defending from the visitors, and a poor first-half performance from Daniel Sturridge.
5/3 Crystal Palace v Newcastle United, 21 January The Magpies had a tough game against West Ham United on Saturday, with the visitors dominating the first 20 minutes.
A couple of great chances were squandered by a Newcastle side who didn’t look to be in a good place.
Palace, however, showed some good attacking intent and had chances to put them in front in the 40th minute.
It was the visitors’ second goal of this season and it came after a clever pass from Ben Davies saw Ryan Taylor slot home a fine free-for-all pass.
The visitors had an early chance of equalising when James Tomkins turned in a cross, but that was a shot that could have gone in had Newcastle not made a superb stop to stop it.
Palace could have scored twice in the opening half, but a superb save from Ben Foster saved a header from Adebah and a deflected shot from the goalkeeper.
6/3 Chelsea v Southampton (A), 21 January It was another solid performance by Chelsea against Southampton, who have only lost once in their last nine games.
Jose Mourinho will look to add to his side’s six points with this win, as the Blues remain on top of the table.
After a couple good chances in the early stages, the hosts looked like they had the game in the bag.
But then the game was put away thanks to some poor defending from Saints.
It wasn’t until the 66th minute that Chelsea’s captain, Eden Hazard, headed home a penalty after being tripped up by Jonny Evans.
The game was abandoned as the referee gave away a penalty.
7/3 West Ham v Southampton , 21 January Southampton are bottom of the Premier Bridge table after being held to a goalless draw by West Ham.
The Hammers have scored just one goal in their past six league games, which has seen them drop into the bottom three.
Southampton’s lack of attacking threat in the box made them a poor team to challenge for a goal, and they lacked the composure to turn the game around.
Jose Mourinho’s side will be hoping for a better performance from their players when they travel to the Emirates Stadium on Sunday.
“They didn’t deserve the result