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:
The odds are stacked against the Blades after their 1-0 defeat to West Bromwich Albion as no team in their current position has avoided relegation in the Premier League.
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A statement from Wolves has thanked “the medical staff at Arsenal, the NHS paramedics, hospital staff and surgeons” for their quick response in treating Raul Jimenez, who suffered a fractured skull in the club’s 2-1 win at the Emirates.
Arsenal’s 13 points from their opening 10 matches is the club’s worst start to a campaign in 29 seasons. And to rub salt into the wounds, Roy Keane couldn't help but mock their situation, jokingly saying: “I think they'll be strong enough to stay in the division.”
Cavani proved to the doubters exactly why he was brought to Manchester United after the substitute scored twice - including an injury-time winner - to come from 2-0 down and beat in-form Southampton.
Following another heavy defeat for Burnley at Manchester City, Robbie Savage believes the relegation picture is already decided - tipping the Clarets, Fulham, Burnley and West Brom to be in the dogfight.
Jurgen Klopp had a heated exchange with the BT Sport presenter after the German congratulated him on James Milner’s hamstring injury, prompting Kelly into fighting back, which was supported by fellow colleague Gary Lineker.
Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher was very critical of Everton’s performance in the 1-0 defeat to Leeds United, claiming it should have ended 6-2. He also singled out Richarlison, which provoked a response from the Brazilian on social media.
The Brazilian attacker earned rave reviews from his manager, teammates and pundits as his first goal for Leeds United earned Marcelo Bielsa’s men an eye-catching 1-0 away win at Everton.
BBC 5 Live duo Chris Sutton and Robbie Savage continued to goad Newcastle United fans over their criticism of Steve Bruce with a number of petty tweets after the 2-0 win at Crystal Palace.
Newcastle’s record signing chipped in with a goal and assist at Selhurst Park, earning special praise from his teammate Andy Carroll, who was watching from home: “Absolutely brilliant from our number 9 tonight. Never stopped working and a well-deserved goal to top it off!!”