Arsenal (7/1 Premier League Outright) deservedly took the honours in the North London derby to move four points clear at the top of the Premier League while Brighton drew 3-3 at Liverpool on a busy Saturday.

The Gunners maintained their fine start to the season with a 3-1 win over local rivals Tottenham (16/1 PL Outright) at the Emirates thanks to goals from Thomas Partey, Gabriel Jesus and Granit Xhaka.

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta was delighted after watching his side impress again as they picked up all three points in a dominant display.

He said: “The way we started, we were really aggressive, we were really determined. We had good connection, good quality and good intensity in our play, and I could sense that we were up for it.

“Then we conceded the goal and I loved the reaction of the team. To straight away refocus and get the direction, everything was going in the direction we wanted and we sustained the level and we won the game.”

It was a miserable derby day for Tottenham, who had equalised through Harry Kane’s penalty but suffered their first defeat of the season and also had Emerson Royal sent off in the second half.

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Antonio Conte’s men are third in the table, level on points with Manchester City directly above them, ahead of the Manchester derby at the Etihad on Sunday (Man City 4/11, draw 5/1, United 7/1 – Match Betting).

Brighton (10/1 Top 4 Finish) are fourth after they drew 3-3 with Liverpool (10/1 PL Outright) in a pulsating game at Anfield in which Leandro Trossard hit a hat-trick and Roberto Firmino scored twice for the home side.

The Seagulls, in what was Roberto de Zerbi’s first game in charge, raced into a deserved 2-0 lead before Jurgen Klopp’s men hit back to edge in front 3-2, only for Trossard to grab an equaliser with his third of the game seven minutes from time.

Chelsea (11/10 Top 4 Finish) are fifth after a 2-1 victory at Crystal Palace in Graham Potter’s first league game in charge of the Blues. Former Palace loanee Conor Gallagher scoring the decisive late goal for the visitors and Everton were also 2-1 winners, beating Southampton at St Mary’s.

Newcastle secured a dominant 4-1 win at Fulham, who had Nathaniel Chalobah sent off inside the first 10 minutes, with Miguel Almiron, who scored twice, Callum Wilson and Sean Longstaff all on target for the Magpies, while Bournemouth and Brentford played out a goalless draw at the Vitality Stadium.

In the evening game, West Ham beat Wolves 2-0 with Gianluca Scamacca scoring his first Premier League goal before Jarrod Bowen doubled David Moyes’ side lead at the London Stadium.

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