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Premier League Matchday 6: Highlights, reports and how to watch every televised game on BT TV
Here is your one-stop shop for everything you need to know about the latest batch of fixtures from the English top flight.
The Premier League table is beginning to take shape with Matchday 6 sees all 20 teams in action across a jam-packed weekend with every televised game available via BT TV.
Read on, or jump to a specific match, for all you need to know about Matchday 6 including match reports and highlights.
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Saturday 25 September
Sunday 26 September
Monday 27 September
Saturday 25 September
Gabriel Jesus fired an early Premier League warning shot as defending champions Manchester City toppled title rivals Chelsea 1-0 at Stamford Bridge.
Brazil forward Jesus angled a deflected finish in the 53rd minute to help City leapfrog Chelsea in the table on goal difference, ending the Blues’ unbeaten league start.
City offered far the greater enterprise, with Jesus’ winner helping Pep Guardiola avoid an unwanted first of losing to the same rival manager four matches in succession.
Aston Villa claimed just a second victory over Manchester United at Old Trafford in 38 years after Bruno Fernandes missed an injury-time penalty.
The game had looked set to end goalless until the 88th minute, when defender Kortney Hause flicked a near-post header beyond David De Gea.
Hause, in the side because Axel Tuanzebe was ineligible to face his parent club, went from hero to villain in the space of a couple of minutes when he handled Fernandes’ cross but the playmaker sent his spot-kick high over the bar.
Jamie Vardy scored an own goal but still rescued a point for Leicester and kept winless Burnley waiting for their first victory of the season.
The striker put through his own net for the first time in his career but his brace ensured the Foxes grabbed a 2-2 draw.
Maxwel Cornet’s goal left Burnley on the brink of their first win at Leicester for 14 years before Vardy struck with five minutes left.
Everton inflicted Norwich’s latest defeat as goals from Andros Townsend and Abdoulaye Doucoure saw the Premier League basement boys beaten 2-0 at Goodison Park.
Townsend put the hosts in front with a 29th-minute penalty, awarded after referee David Coote watched replays back pitchside of Ozan Kabak’s challenge on Allan.
Norwich midfielder Mathias Normann subsequently brought two good saves out of Jordan Pickford before Doucoure’s finish doubled Everton’s advantage in the 77th minute.
The result made it six defeats from six for Daniel Farke’s rock-bottom Canaries so far this term, with their losing run in the Premier League, including the final games of the 2019-20 season, now standing at 16 matches.
Michail Antonio struck in the 90th minute to snatch West Ham a 2-1 victory as Leeds’ winless Premier League start was extended to six matches.
Leeds led at the break through Raphinha, but were punished again for failing to take their chances and after Junior Firpo’s second-half own goal, Antonio fired the Hammers’ last-minute winner.
The hosts’ inability to convert chances is threatening to undermine their second season back in the top flight and they slipped into the bottom three.
An Ismaila Sarr equaliser denied Newcastle their first win of the Premier League season in a 1-1 draw at Watford.
The Magpies went into the game with just two points so far in the league, before Sean Longstaff’s curled 20-yard strike gave the visitors a 24th minute lead at Vicarage Road.
Newcastle looked on course for their first win of the season, finishing with 19 shots and with five on target, but were unable to add to their lead.
Instead it was Watford who levelled the contest, when Ismaila Sarr found himself unmarked to nod home at the far post for a 72nd minute equaliser.
Mohamed Salah scored his 100th Premier League goal for Liverpool but it was not enough to beat Brentford, who twice pegged the Reds back in a breathless 3-3 draw.
Jurgen Klopp’s side were unable to reap the maximum profit from slip-ups by Manchester United and Chelsea earlier in the day as they shared the points after an early-evening cracker in west London.
Instead they moved just one point clear at the top, while preserving the top flight’s only remaining unbeaten record.
And Klopp will be relieved at that after Ivan Toney had what would have been a late winner ruled out for offside.
Sunday 26 September
Southampton 0-1 Wolves
Raul Jimenez conjured a moment of magic to claim his first goal since suffering a career-threatening fractured skull and earn Wolves a 1-0 Premier League victory at winless Southampton.
The Mexico striker – sporting protective head gear following his sickening clash with former Arsenal defender David Luiz last November – emphatically ended a 336-day wait to hit the net after waltzing through Saints’ defence in the 61st minute.
He twice beat Southampton defender Jan Bednarek, as well as leaving Mohammed Salisu on his backside, en route to calmly slotting beyond home goalkeeper Alex McCarthy in front of a packed away end.
Arsenal produced a superb first-half performance to beat north London rivals Tottenham 3-1 and leapfrog their neighbours in the Premier League table.
Spurs had no answer for their hosts, who were spurred on by academy graduates Emile Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka – both scoring and assisting in an impressive victory.
Smith Rowe opened the scoring and captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang doubled the lead before Saka struck in a first 45 minutes dominated by Mikel Arteta’s side and Son Heung-min hit a late consolation for the beleaguered visitors.
Monday 27 September
Crystal Palace vs Brighton, KO 8pm on NOW via BT TV
Another day, another derby. This time it's the least conventional one in the Premier League as two sides separated by 45 miles do battle in the so-called M23 derby on Monday night.
The Seagulls are flying high this campaign with four wins from five, seeing off Leicester 2-1 at the Amex Stadium last time out.
Graham Potter's men finally look to have found some cutting edge to compliment their impressive approach play and Danny Welbeck and Neal Maupay both got on the scoresheet to down The Foxes.
Yet despite such an encouraging start to the season, Brighton usually seem to come unstuck against Palace and have failed to win in the last four derby clashes.
The hosts claimed a huge result against Tottenham at Selhurst Park a fortnight ago to provide Patrick Vieira with his first win as Palace manager, but were soundly beaten last time out at Anfield by Liverpool.
Vieira will look to his talisman Wilfried Zaha to continue his hot streak against The Seagulls, having netted seven times in these fixtures with four in his previous four.