But for now, we’re focusing on the matches that have taken place, dissecting the action, drama and the things you might have missed:
Scroll and click through the pages to discover our winners and losers from across Friday, Saturday and Sunday:
1. L: Kepa Arrizabalaga
Former Spurs man Jamie O’Hara has torn into the Chelsea goalkeeper for his part in Brighton’s equaliser: “If Chelsea want to get into the top four, he has to go… he’s got the old saying in football ‘he’s got chocolate wrists’”.
Photo: GLYN KIRK
2. W: Reece James
James, minutes after Brighton had equalised, unleashed a thunderbolt into the top corner from 35 yards to leave Mat Ryan with no chance. It's not a bad way to net your first Premier League goal...
Photo: PETER CZIBORRA
3. L: Tottenham Hotspur
There is cause for concern in North London following Spurs’ defeat to Everton. Jose Mourinho accused his players of being lazy, while former midfielder Jermaine Jenas questioned the club’s signings since their Champions League final appearance last year.
Photo: Alex Pantling
4. W: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
PEA was again on the scoresheet during Arsenal’s 3-0 win at Fulham - prompting further talk surrounding his contract situation. According to Nigel Winterburn, the forward has agreed a three-year deal but it is still yet to be signed.
Photo: PAUL CHILDS