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Chelsea took down Manchester United at Old Trafford to take over the first position in the Premier League. Both sides were able to wear their standard kits.

At the Emirates, Arsenal needed a last second goal to defeat Wolverhampton Wanderers, 1-0. Again, both sides wore their regular strips, an increasing trend late in this season.

Portsmouth and Blackburn Rovers played to a nil-nil draw down at Fratton Park. With Pompey wearing their normal blue tops, Rovers switched to their white and red change kits. Despite the scoreline and mud, the game was a sartorial pleasure.

The Stadium of Light was the scene of three penalties for the home side. Sunderland could only convert one of them but two other goals kept the Black Cats ahead of Tottenham Hotspur, 3-1. Sunderland wore their home kits while Spurs wore their change shirts, alternate white shorts and home white socks.

Stoke City added to Hull City‘s troubles at the bottom with a 2-0 win at the Britannia Stadium. Both clubs wore their usual kits as there was plenty of built-in contrast.

Aston Villa were able to steal a 1-0 win against Bolton Wanderers at the Reebok with an early goal from Ashley Young. Villa and Bolton both donned their regular uniforms.

And Saturday concluded with a 6-1 away win for Manchester City over Burnley at Turf Moor. City chose their all-black change kits while Burnley were the home side and wore their usual kits.

Sunday saw Liverpool and Birmingham City play to a 1-1 draw at St. Andrews. Again, both sides wore their traditional kits.

Fulham came back from a goal down to defeat orange-clad Wigan at Craven Cottage, 2-1. Fulham were in their home whites but Wigan chose their Halloween-inspired abominations despite their black shorts being the same as Fulham’s.

And West Ham came back twice against Everton to draw 2-2 at Goodison Park. The Toffees were the home side and dressed accordingly. West Ham used their sky blue alternate shorts to contrast while wearing their usual home shirts and socks.

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