• Game of the day goes to the match at The Emirates where Arsenal and Fulham share six goals with Mark Schwarzer saving a last minute penalty.
  • Arsenal wear these customised shirts to commemorate Remembrance Sunday.
  • Olivier Giroud adds to his mid-week Champions League goal, heading Arsenal into the lead against Fulham from a Walcott cross.
  • The 6ft 4" Frenchman is starting to enjoy life at The Emirates. His fifth goal for The Gunners (in all competitions) gives Arsenal the perfect start.
  • While Fulham are down to ten-men with Richardson off injured, Arsenal punish the visitors, Arteta finds Lukas Podolski at the far post.
  • On the half hour, Fulham pull a goal back when Dimitar Berbatov heads home a corner from Bryan Ruiz.
  • West Bromwich Albion go in front against Wigan, James Morrison just has to get his head on a fantastic cross from Chris Brunt.
  • The Scotland international celebrates his third Premier League goal this season.
  • Nigel Adkins receives the backing of the St. Mary's crowd before kick-off Swansea City.
  • Fulham draw level on 40 minutes when Dimitar Berbatov's cross hovers in the air before being headed home by Alex Kacaniklic.
  • On the stroke of half-time, Sunderland take the lead against Everton, Adam Johnson bags his first goal for the club with a half-volley fired past Howard.
  • WBA double their lead, Billy Jones weaves into the Wigan box and whips in a cross which is directed into the net by Latics defender Gary Caldwell.
  • Jon Walters takes a nasty knock to the head as Stoke City face Queens Park Rangers at The Britannia.
  • Seven minutes into the second half, Charlie Adam sweeps up at the far post to give Stoke the lead after both Crouch and Traore fail to connect.
  • Saints take the lead against Swansea when Morgan Schneiderlin controls Rickie Lambert's ball on his chest then nods it past Gerhard Tremmel.
  • Fulham take the lead when Bryan Ruiz is brought down in the box under a challenge from Arteta. Berbatov calmly rolls the ball home from the spot.
  • Arsenal level two minutes later, Giroud hits the post with a shot, the ball comes out to Walcott who crosses and the Frenchman finds the net with his head.
  • Southampton's lead is short lived, former Saint Nathan Dyer capitalises on some sloppy play to equalise for Swansea.
  • On 76 minutes Everton equalise against Sunderland, Fellaini fires an unstoppable drive into the corner after turning his man on the edge of the area.
  • Two minutes later The Toffees go in front when Marouane Fellaini backheels the ball through to Nikica Jelavic who finds the net from close range.
  • Arsenal are gifted a penalty in the last second of their match, a debatable handball in the area leads to Arteta stepping up, but the Spaniard is denied.
  • Mark Schwarzer guesses the right way and saves Fulham from the clutches of defeat.
  • Grant Holt is presented with Norwich's best chance, but completely mistimes his header as they face fellow strugglers Reading.
  • Royals supporters at the Madejski will be looking to the sky wondering where their first three points is coming from after sharing a draw with Norwich.
  • Andreas Weimann fires Aston Villa into a surprise lead against Manchester United in the late kick-off.
  • The Austrian applies a first time finish after some strong play from Christian Benteke down the left.
  • Five minutes into the second half, Villa double their lead with another counter attack, Andreas Weimann fires home after a cross from Agbonlahor.
  • Just before the hour mark Manchester United pull a goal back, Paul Scholes finds Javier Hernandez running clear and the Mexican slides the ball past Guzan.
  • Five minutes later the visitors are level, Rafael lobs a cross to the far post and Chicharito's cross-cum-shot hits Ron Vlaar before nestling in the net.
  • Manchester United take the lead on 87 minutes, Robin van Persie swings over a free-kick which is converted by a diving header from that man Hernandez.

Premier League

Game of the day goes to the match at The Emirates where Arsenal and Fulham share six goals with Mark Schwarzer saving a last minute penalty.