Liverpool got back into the top four with a big win in the Merseyside derby with Everton. The Reds were home at Anfield and were appropriately dressed in their all-red outfits. Everton wore their home versions in the loss.

At Turf Moor, Burnley reclaimed their home form in a 2-1 win over struggling West Ham United. The Clarets wore their wonderful home kits while the Hammers came dressed in their navy change kits.

Three own-goals and a fine game by Wayne Rooney sealed the fate of Portsmouth at Old Trafford against Manchester United. The home side were of course in their red, white and black kits with Pompey traveling north in their fine white and blue change kits.

Bolton Wanderers and Fulham played to a nil-nil draw at the Reebok on Saturday. Bolton were in their home kits, forcing the Cottagers into their change version.

Saturday’s biggest surprise came when Hull City knocked off Manchester City, 2-1 at the KC Stadium. Hull donned their standard home kits while City were losers in their usual threads.

Sunderland scored a late equalizer to earn a 1-1 home draw to Wigan Athletic at the Stadium of Light. The Black Cats wore their home kits. Unfortunately Wigan chose to wear their dreadful orange change kits instead of their normal blues and whites.

Stoke City got a nice 3-0 victory over Blackburn Rovers at the Britannia Stadium. Stoke wore their regular kits while Rovers chose last season’s change kits.

Saturday’s late game saw a scoreless draw at White Hart Lane between Tottenham Hotspur and Aston Villa. Spurs were the home side and dressed accordingly. Villa also wore their standard kits.

Sunday saw Birmingham City steal two late goals and three points from Wolverhampton Wanderers, 2-1 at St. Andrews. Brum wore their regular blue and white kits which gave Wolves the chance to wear their usual orange and blacks.

And the biggest game of the weekend ended up as a dud with Chelsea beating up on Arsenal, 2-0 at Stamford Bridge. As the home side, Chelsea wore their usual kits. Arsenal made one change by wearing their red, alternate socks to contrast with the white socks worn by the Blues.


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