All scores have been updated for games played to 17/10/2015.
After another international break the Prem is back. Man City started back as they did at the beginning of the season with a fantastic win, this time at the expense of Bournemouth. Raheem Sterling started to pay back his ridiculous transfer fee by grabbing a hat trick (remember you can sign him for the ridiculously cheap fee of £7.5m), the first of his career.
At an emotional Goodison Park (following the sad news of the passing of club legend Howard Kendall prior to kick-off) it was Man Utd who seemed to have benefited the most from the international break, even Wayne Rooney managed to score at his old ground.
Jamie Vardy continued his terrific Premier League run with a brace against Southampton and Diego Costa returned from his 3 match ban with a goal in Chelsea’s 2-0 win over struggling Aston Villa.