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On Tuesday, Birmingham City won away to Blackpool 2-1 at Bloomfield Road. Both sides were in their home kits.

Fulham routed West Bromwich Albion 3-0 at Craven Cottage. The Cottagers were in their home strip so the Baggies donned their all-black change.

Manchester United kept atop the league with a 2-1 victory over Stoke City at Old Trafford. United wore their standard kits while the Potters opted for their change shirts and shorts with their normal white home socks.

Wednesday saw Arsenal and Manchester City draw nil-nil at the Emirates. Both sides were in their first choice kits.

Sunderland got a late winner to take down Aston Villa at Villa Park. The Villans were in their regular colors allowing the Black Cats to wear their unique change kits.

Blackburn Rovers swept aside inept Liverpool 3-1 at Ewood Park in a game featuring the classic colors for each side.

Bolton Wanderers were held 1-1 at the Reebok by Wigan Athletic. The Trotters wore their home kits and the visiting Latics their all-black changes.

Everton got a massive win against Tottenham Hotspur, 2-1 at Goodison Park. The Toffees‘ first choice colors forced Spurs to don their alternate navy socks.

The biggest upset of the week saw Wolverhampton Wanderers take down Chelsea 1-0 at Molineux. Both clubs wore their home kits.

And Newcastle United blasted West Ham United 5-0 at St. James’ Park. Toon were in their traditional colors while the Hammers paired their home shirts with their change shorts and socks.

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2 thoughts on “Premier League Kits Weekly – Round 22

  1. Isn’t West Brom’s away kit black not navy?
    “The simple, elegant design continues with West Brom’s new away kit. In black with a subtle shadow stripe, the away shirt also features a tonal monochrome version of the club’s iconic crest.”

  2. Good call. I always thought it was a deep navy. I’ll make the change.

    Honestly, knowing that it’s black makes it far less appealing to me. I strongly dislike kits that are black for the sake of being black. Navy would be far preferable.

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