Premier League table 2021/22: Latest standings, fixtures, results for gameweek 3 - Tottenham top, Arsenal bottom

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Premier League table 2021/22: Latest standings, fixtures, results for gameweek 3 - Tottenham top, Arsenal bottom
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Tottenham head into the international break top of the Premier League, boasting the only remaining 100 per cent record of the season, as Arsenal sit pointless and goalless at the bottom of the table.

The weekend begaN with arguably the match of the gameweek as champions Manchester City thrashed Arsenal 5-0 to heap pressure on Mikel Arteta, with the Gunners pointless and goalless after three games.

We then have five 3pm BST kick-offs: Aston Villa drew 1-1 with Brentford; Everton won 2-0 at Brighton; Southampton drew 2-2 at Newcastle; Leicester City got a much-needed 2-1 win at Norwich, while West Ham and Crystal Palace shared the spoils in a 2-2 London derby draw.

There was another huge Saturday clash late on as Liverpool and Chelsea shared a point apiece in a 1-1 draw at Anfield, with a Mo Salah penalty cancelling out Kai Havertz’s early header.

As for Sunday, Burnley and Leeds shared the spoils as Tottenham went to the top of the Premier League with another 1-0 win, this time over Watford.

Manchester United narrowly beat Wolves to round off the weekend’s action.

Premier League table, 2021/22

Premier League 2021/22 fixtures, gameweek 3

Saturday 28 August

1230 | Man City 5-0 Arsenal

1500 | Aston Villa 1-1 Brentford

1500 | Brighton 0-2 Everton

1500 | Newcastle 2-2 Southampton

1500 | Norwich 1-2 Leicester City

1500 | West Ham 2-2 Crystal Palace

1730 | Liverpool 1-1 Chelsea

Sunday 29 August

1400 | Burnley 1-1 Leeds

1400 | Tottenham 1-0 Watford

1630 | Wolves 0-1 Manchester United

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