The Manchester Clubs are leading the pack while Newcastle continue to enjoy their League start. Arsenal, Chelsea, Spurs and Liverpool are playing catch-up. Read the weekend wrap-up from TheHardTackle.
Another action-packed weekend in the Barclays Premier League saw Man City retain pole position and Wolves maintain their 100 percent start to the season. THT looks back at the most telling moments during round two of games as Liverpool heaped further misery on Arsene Wenger and his Gunners.
A narcissistic owner, a shaky Premier League status and lack of revenue at Tyneside are a major cause for worry for the Geordies. However, football can change all of that for Newcastle United.
In the league, Newcastle United has just won twice in 56 years at Stamford Bridge. Things are not expected to change this weekend. This will be a game where the players will try to send out a message, a message which will be loud and clear. At Stamford Bridge on Sunday, Newcastle may just end up at the wrong place, at the wrong time.
The Premiership weekend saw Manchester United widen the gap between first and second place, while their arch rivals Manchester City failed to make any ground after a draw against Fulham. TheHardTackle reviews the weekend that went by.
Newcastle United have a reputation of being one of the most exciting clubs in the premier league, with a brand of football appreciated by many and a checkered history. TheHardTackle's guest author Neeraj Vasudeva lists down 12 significant moments in the history of the Geordies.
On Sunday, Chelsea take on Liverpool having bought one of their biggest weapons, Fernando Torres. Will it be Nando's day? Or will the Reds have the last laugh?
Arsenal look to continue their fine away form at St.James Park, and also avenge their home defeat to the same side. TheHardTackle previews the upcoming encounter.
After an exciting week of English Premier League football, we at TheHardTackle analyze the highs and lows, the flops and hits. Read it all. Here in our weekend review.
With the winter transfer window around the corner, we at TheHardTackle take a look at few young and upcoming players who could switch clubs in January.