Stoke City heaped more trouble onto West Ham United with a 1-0 victory at the Boleyn Ground. The Hammers lost again in their home kits while Stoke wore their change black shorts with their standard tops and socks.

Frank Lampard scored four goals and Chelsea destroyed Aston Villa 7-1 at Stamford Bridge. Both sides were in their standard kits.

Hull City earned a rare victory over a decent Fulham side, 2-0 at the KC Stadium. Hull were the home side and dressed accordingly. That forced Fulham to wear the white shorts that appear with their alternate strip with their usual white shirts and socks for a strange all-white look.

Birmingham City earned a last-minute draw against Arsenal finishing 1-1 at St. Andrews. Both clubs were in their usual kits.

Fourth place remained in the hands of Tottenham Hotspur after their 2-0 win over Portsmouth at White Hart Lane. Each side were able to don their standard kits.

Everton and Wolverhampton Wanderers played to a nil-nil draw at Molineux. Both sides were adorned with their normal outfits.

Saturday’s late game saw Manchester United drub Bolton Wanderers 4-0 at the Reebok. Neither side were forced into any kit changes as their standard kits contrasted in all the right places.

Blackburn Rovers started Sunday by beating Burnley 1-0 at Turf Moor. Neither side had to wear their change kits.

Liverpool finished Sunday’s action with a 3-0 waxing of Sunderland at Anfield Road. Dressing in their traditional home colors, Liverpool forced the Black Cats into their all-white change kits.

Manchester City added three more points to their tally with a 3-0 win over ten-man Wigan Athletic at Eastlands. City were in their normal blue and whites which put Wigan in their terrifying orange change kits. 2009/10 can’t end soon enough for those kits.


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