- Premier League standings has some major surprises after match-week seven produced a number of incredible results
- Liverpool, Chelsea and Man City won their respective fixtures
- The weekend matches saw Arsenal beat Man United at Old Trafford for the first time since 2006 in a Premier League tie
- Newly-promoted Fulham have a chance of moving a place above the drop zone should they defeat West Bromwich at Craven Cottage
Premier League match-week seven has reigning champions Liverpool topping the standings with 16 points thanks to their Saturday, October 31, 2-1 hard-fought win over West Ham United.
Tottenham's victory over Brighton by a similar scoreline on Sunday saw them climb to second with 14 points.
Everton's 2-1 defeat to Newcastle United saw them drop to third with 13 points, on level with Southampton and Wolves who won their respective fixtures.
Chelsea's huge 3-0 win over struggling Burnley saw them climb to sixth on the charts with 12 points, on level with seventh-placed Aston Villa who have played a match less.
Leicester City are placed eighth but could move to second should they earn a favourable result away at Leeds United on Monday night, November 2.
Man City's slim win over Sheffield United at Bramall Lane has them sitting 10th with 11 points, one behind ninth-placed Arsenal who secured a historic win over Man United at Old Trafford.
Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang's second half penalty was the only difference in the match, with the effort enough to earn the Gunners their first Premier League win at the Theatre of Dreams since 2006.
United's defeat means they remain 15th with a paltry seven points after a disappointing start to the new season.
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Sheffield United, Fulham and Burnley are occupying the relegation zone with a point each.
However, Fulham have a chance of moving a place above the drop should they beat West Bromwich at Craven Cottage on Monday night.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Manchester United suffered yet another embarrassing loss at home on Sunday afternoon, November 1, as the Red Devils lost to arch rivals Arsenal 1-0, no thanks to a Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang strike.
It was Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s 100th game in charge at Manchester United and they performed poorly - meaning they have now lost three games at home this season.
It is their worst start since David Moyes' doomed spell in 2013 and former captain Roy Keane is upset with the players in the squad and fears they would eventually be responsible for the manager’s sack.
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Here's how EPL table looks after defeat to Arsenal and draws for Man Utd, Man City, Chelsea (see table)