Tony Pulis became the fifth Premier League manager to lose his job this season on Monday after two wins from 12 Premier League games. The Midlands club are now in the market for a replacement who will be tasked with guiding them to safety.
David Moyes took charge of his first game as West Ham United manager but a defeat at Watford keeps the London side in the relegation zone. His opposite number on Sunday, Marco Silva, remains Everton's first choice to fill the vacancy left by the sacked Ronald Koeman.
- Richard Jolly: Silva will view Everton as a stepping-stone so club should instead go for Wagner
- Team of the week: De Bruyne and Hazard the headline acts for Man City and Chelsea
- Andy Mitten: Paul Pogba return already a shot in the arm for Manchester United
Saturday's North London derby offered a reminder of Arsenal's ability to mix it with the division's top teams as Arsene Wenger's side pulled to within one point of fierce rivals Tottenham Hotspur.
Meanwhile, a Paul Pogba-inspired win over Newcastle kept Manchester United in second place behind the seemingly unstoppable Manchester City, who stretched their unbeaten start to the season with victory at Leicester City.
There were also wins for Liverpool at Anfield - where Mohamed Salah earned himself a club record - and Bournemouth, that saw one of the feelgood stories of the weekend as Callum Wilson scored a hat-trick following a lengthy injury layoff.
Jon Turner, Steve Luckings and John McAuley discuss all of the big news from the Premier League and are joined on the phone by Andy Mitten who witnessed United's win at Old Trafford.