It was a big weekend in the Premier League title race as leaders Arsenal lost at home to Chelsea.
Leicester City picked up a win against Stoke City, just their second victory in the last six games, to open up a three point advantage at the top.
Manchester City failed to beat West Ham, drawing 2-2, but this took them above the Gunners on goal difference, into second place.
Just as significant was Tottenham Hotspur's result, coming from a goal down to beat Crystal Palace 3-1, inspired by a wondergoal late in the game from superkid Dele Alli.
This has led to bookies altering the odds in the market for the outright Premier League winner.
Here are the latest odds according to SkyBet:
Manchester City 11/10 (favourites)
Leicester City 8/1
Tottenham Hotspur 9/1
Manchester United are the closest among the rest, but way out at 33/1, with reigning champions Chelsea a distant 250/1.
Ahead of the season it was very different. SkyBet listed Tottenham Hotspur at a whopping 100/1 - and may be feeling very nervous now if any fans took advantage of that price.