Tottenham Hotspur used a late goal to defeat Stoke City at the Britannia Stadium. Stoke wore their regular kits which pushed Spurs into their all-navy change kits.

A John Carew brace saw Aston Villa to a 2-2 draw at Villa Park against Wolverhampton Wanderers. Villa were back in their standard kits with Wolves wearing their usual look as well.

Everton won another game, this time 2-0 over Bolton Wanderers at Goodison Park. The Toffees were back in their blue and white home kits while Bolton added navy socks to their standard look.

Portsmouth scored twice in the final three minutes to stun Hull City and keep the Tigers wondering about their status as a top-flight club. Pompey donned their classy home kits with Hull in their usual kits as well.

Darren Bent led Sunderland to a 3-1 victory over Birmingham City at the Stadium of Light. The Black Cats were outfitted in their traditional kits which gave Brum the opportunity to wear their home kits.

Wigan scored in extra-time to inch away from the relegation zone in a 1-0 win against Burnley at the DW Stadium. Playing at home allowed the Latics to wear their standard kits. Burnely were contrasting enough to wearing their home kits too.

Saturday’s late game saw Arsenal defeat West Ham United 2-0 at the Emirates to send the Gunners back atop the table. Arsenal wore their home kits while the Hammers chose their all-navy change kits.

On Sunday Manchester United started the day with a 2-1 comeback victory at Old Trafford over Liverpool. United appeared in their traditional look forcing Liverpool to wear their hideous combination of their black change shirts with their alternate gold shorts and socks. The ‘Reds’ should’ve known better than to wear this combination again as the last time they did they lost in the balloon ball game to Sunderland.

Manchester City improved their chances of a top-four finish by defeating Fulham, 2-1 at Craven Cottage. The Cottagers wore their normal home kits so City donned their all-black change kits.

And Sunday’s late game saw Blackburn Rovers steal a late point from Chelsea, 1-1 at Ewood Park. Rovers were the home side and got to feature their blue and white kits. That put Chelsea into their navy change kits.


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