It’s a bumper Saturday in the Premier Leaguewith eight games that all have something riding on them.
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Nottingham Forest v Manchester City
Scorers: Bernardo Silva 41′
With Arsenal back to winning ways, Manchester City travelled to the City ground knowing that they needed a win to leapfrog the north London side.
Pep Guardiola’s side were all over Forest in the opening minutes of the game with Phil Foden looking especially dangerous down the right flank.
But it was Rodri who should have scored on the half hour mark as his header went just wide after a stunning cross from Kevin De Bruyne.
Bernardo Silva had been moved to left back again for this game but still managed to get himself on the scoresheet with four minutes left of the first half.
The Portugal international found space on the edge of the area and fired in brilliantly past Keylor Navas.
Chelsea v Southampton
The pressure was on for Graham Potter with the English tactician aiming to get only his third win as Chelsea boss.
But it was the Saints who flew out of the blocks early on, peppering the Blues goal with three shots inside the opening five minutes.
Chelsea slowly started to get themselves into the game and forced a save from Gavin Bazunu thanks to Noni Madueke’s effort from the left-hand side.
Everton v Leeds
This was arguably the most intriguing game of the day with manager-less Leeds travelling Merseyside to take on Sean Dyche’s Everton.
Amadou Onana was the man who almost scored on the half hour mark as his effort from the edge of the area just went over the bar.
Brighton v Fulham
This was a battle of the upwardly mobile on the south coast with the winner putting pressure on Tottenham in sixth.
It was all Brighton in the opening exchanges with Robert Di Zerbi’s side enjoying 75 per cent of possession and having three shots on goal.
Brentford v Crystal Palace
Brentford came into this clash with Crystal Palace on an extraordinary run of 13 games without defeat in the Premier League.
Wolves v Bournemouth
Under Julen Lopeteugi Wolves had moved themselves away from the relegation zone and hosted a Bournemouth outfit who hadn’t won since November.
It was Wolves who went closest to scoring in the opening quarter as Pablo Sarabia’s effort was saved well after good work from Matheus Cunha.
Arsenal back on track with injury time winners
Scorers: Watkins 6′, Coutinho 32′; Saka 16′, Zinchenko 61′, Jorginho 90+3′, Martinelli 90+7′
Jorginho’s injury time goal and another from Gabriel Martinelli saw Arsenal return to winning ways as they beat Aston Villa 4-2.
Mikel Arteta’s side were looking to reignite their title charge here after after drawing with Brentford last weekend and then losing to Manchester City.
But they couldn’t have got off to a worse start as Ollie Watkins was played in by Matty Cash and fired in a stunning effort from the left-hand side of the penalty area to hand Villa the lead.
Villa weren’t ahead for long though as Bukayo Saka’s first time effort rifled into the roof of the net from 18 yards out.
It was a brilliant start to the game and it took yet another turn on the half hour mark as Philippe Coutinho found space inside the area and saw his effort deflect past Aaron Ramsdale and into the back of the net.
Into the second half and it was the Gunners who flew out of the blocks looking for an equaliser and went close as Eddie Nketiah headed against the crossbar.
They eventually did get their goal right on the hour mark as Oleksandr Zinchenko rifled in from the edge of the area.
The north London side then had a real gilt-edged chance to take the lead as Martin Ødegaard was all alone 12 yards out, and inexplicably put an effort wide.
Villa were really hanging on now but against the run of play almost scored their own winner as Leon Bailey’s effort beat Ramsdale but crashed off the bar.
But with three minutes of injury time on the clock, Arsenal got their winner as Jorginho hit a speculative effort off the crossbar, which rebounded back off Emi Martinez and into the net.
And with Martinez up for a corner to try and make amends, the Gunners broke and scored a second injury time goal through Martinelli.