Arsenal got back to their winning ways with a 2-1 defeat of Birmingham City at the Emirates on Saturday. The Gunners looked as sharp as always in their standard kits with Brum wearing alternate blue shorts as part of their standard look.
Bolton Wanderers moved into European contention after their 2-1 win against Stoke City at the Reebok. The Trotters were in their usual kits, pushing the Potters to wear their new change kits for the first time this season.
Visitors Tottenham Hotspur kept pace with the second tier clubs in the Premier League with their 2-1 away victory over Fulham at Craven Cottage. The Cottagers came out in their home look. Spurs choose their solid-navy third kit rather than their sky-blue change.
In the battle of the league’s two worst sides, Wolverhampton Wanderers and West Ham United played to a fitting draw, 1-1 at Molineux. Both clubs donned their standard attire.
Though still undefeated, Manchester United gave up two second half goals to fall to a 2-2 draw with West Bromwich Albion at Old Trafford. Both sides were able to wear their home kits.
Newcastle United got a last-gasped equalizer against Wigan Athletic to draw 2-2 at St. James’ Park. Neither side chose an alteration to their standard appearance.
Saturday’s late game saw Aston Villa hold on to a nil-nil draw with table-topping Chelsea at Villa Park. Again, both clubs wore their first choice kits.
Sunday began with the Merseyside derby, won this time by Everton by a 2-0 score over Liverpool at Goodison Park. The traditional rivalry showcased both sides in their home colors.
Manchester City remained in second place by defeating stubborn Blackpool 3-2 at Bloomfield Road. With the Seasiders in their home orange, City were able to don their attractive and successful standard kits.
Monday’s primetime game was a scoreless draw between Blackburn Rovers and Sunderland at Ewood Park. Both sides were dressed in their traditional colors.