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Stoke City started the week’s game with a 3-2 win over Birmingham City at the Britannia Stadium. Both sides were in their standard kits and both donned poppies.

Tottenham Hotspur and Sunderland drew 1-1 at White Hart Lane in Tuesday’s other game. Both clubs wore their home kits but neither featured poppies. The Black Cats at least wore theirs over the weekend against Stoke.

On Wednesday, Aston Villa won a tight 3-2 game against visiting Blackpool at Villa Park. The home side wore their usual kits while the Seasiders chose their change kits. The Tangerines wore their poppies last weekend against Everton.

Chelsea got a 1-0 win over West London rivals Fulham at Stamford Bridge. With the Blues in their home outfits, Fulham switched to their red-topped grey change socks along with their usual shirts and shorts.

In Liverpool, Everton snatched a late draw from Bolton Wanderers, 1-1 at Goodison Park. The Toffees‘ home colors pushed the visiting Trotters into their alternate navy socks to compliment their home choice shirts and shorts.

A nil-nil draw was the result of a somewhat uninspiring Manchester Derby at Eastlands. Manchester City wore their standard kits, forcing Manchester United to wear their black change shorts with their regular shirts and socks.

Blackburn Rovers edged away from the relegation zone with a 2-1 away win against Newcastle United at St. James’ Park. Both sides wore their regular kits.

Wigan Athletic humbled Liverpool with a 1-1 draw at the DW Stadium. Neither side made any changes to their standard appearance.

Goals in the first and last minutes of the game saw Arsenal to a 2-0 away win against Wolverhampton Wanderers at Molineux. Both sides came out in their first choice colors.

And West Ham United played West Bromwich Albion to a 2-2 draw at the Boleyn Ground. West Ham‘s home colors meant West Brom switched to their wonderful navy socks. The Baggies had their poppies featured over the weekend against Manchester City.

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