Eden Hazard insists Chelsea have "no excuses" for the limp performances that have seen them crushed by Liverpool and Arsenal their last two Prem games
Given his recent history against them, thrashing Chelsea was the ideal way for Arsene Wenger to mark 20 years at Arsenal, writes David Hirshey.
Claudio Ranieri is perplexed as to why his players have seemed scared about referees cracking down on set-piece defending.
ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson breaks down the latest from social media, including West Ham apparently fabricating crowd noise.
Tottenham have received good news on Harry Kane's ankle injury, with manager Mauricio Pochettino calling the diagnosis "much better."
Former Football Association technical director Les Reed has warned a foreign player quota could hinder rather than help English footballers' progress.