The Manchester Derby opened the weekend’s affairs with Manchester United eking out a 1-0 win over Manchester City at Eastlands. With City at home, United wore alternate black socks with their standard shorts and shirts.

Birmingham City and Hull City played to a nil-nil draw at St. Andrews. Both clubs wore their standard variety kits.

Everton got another game-winning goal from Tim Cahill in a 3-2 away win to Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park. Rovers were clad in their traditional home look putting Everton into their unique black and pink change version.

Fulham hosted Wolverhampton Wanderers and drew nil-nil at Craven Cottage. Both sides were in their home kits.

Bolton Wanderers got two goals in the final three minutes to stun Stoke City at the Britannia Stadium. Stoke were in their home kits so the Trotters donned a combination of their change shirts and socks with their home shorts.

Sunderland‘s two first half goals were enough to hold off Burnley at the Stadium of Light, 2-1. Both sides got to wear their usual kits.

Saturday was closed out with Tottenham Hotspur continuing their late surge with a 2-1 home victory over top of the table Chelsea at White Hart Lane. Spurs wore their usual home look forcing Chelsea to wear alternate blue socks to create a solid blue outfit.

On Sunday, Wigan shocked Arsenal and the league in general by scoring three goals in the final ten minutes to defeat the Gunners 3-2 at the DW Stadium. The Latics were dressed for a home game so Arsenal had to again wear their alternate red socks.

Aston Villa scored an 82nd minute goal to defeat Portsmouth at Fratton Park, 2-1. Pompey were back in their standard Canterbury home kits so Villa had to wear their little-used white alternates.

And on Monday, Liverpool routed West Ham United 3-0 at Anfield Road. The Reds were appropriately dressed at home so the Hammers wore their all-navy change kits.


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