Gameweek 13 is in the bag and despite some tense moments, nothing too much has changed at the top or the bottom. But which players struggled the most?
Tottenham weren't particularly troubled by West Brom in attack, Lloris only had to face 5 shots on target. But his weak efforts to save Rondon's shot, getting wrong-footed so easily, cost Spurs huge.
Kenny had a nightmare against Southampton. Hugely out of position for Saint's first goal, the youngster's lack of positional awareness began the cascade of events that condemned Everton to defeat. An afternoon to forget!
Tarkowski was playing well but when the ball came into the box in stoppage time he needlessly shoved Aaron Ramsey to the ground, conceding the penalty that cost Burnley the game.
Everton's young centre-back continued his poor run of form with a dismal display against at St. Mary's. He was dithering and useless on Everton's first goal and utterly dominated in the air for their second.
Huddersfield improbably had a lead over high-flying Manchester City when Scott Malone hacked down Raheem Sterling. This flagrant foul gave CIty an equaliser and a way back into a game they were struggling in.
Right-wing: Newcastle United
As Newcastle United got splattered at home by Watford, their inability to build any attacks of their own owed a lot to Matt Ritchie. The winger sent into an impressive 12 crosses against Watford, but absolutely none of them found their target.
Central midfield: Newcastle United
Jonjo Shelvey attempted 72 passes, completing just 56 of them for a 78% completion rate. That's bad enough for Newcastle United's chief playmaker, and what's worse is he created 0 chances.
Central midfield: Everton
After Beni Baningime's excellent display in the Europa League, the onus was on Scheniderlin to perform for Everton and take his spot back. He was utterly useless, instead, attempting 0 tackles.
Just what is wrong with Christian Eriksen? The Tottenham playmaker has looked listless since the international break and against West Brom he continued this. He created just 2 chances, had 4 shots (0 on target) and got dispossessed 4 times (5 was the league-high).
Attacking midfield: Leicester City
Playing under the Friday night lights against a side as useless as West Ham, Riyad Mahrez should have strutted his stuff for Leicester City. Instead he created 0 chances and had just 1 shot.
Striker: Manchester United
Manchester United's main man has of late struggled from a lack of service. However at home against Brighton, Lukaku had 5 shots at goal, hitting the target twice and scoring no goals.