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Arsenal (LW-3) Arsenal was only able to get a point out of their trip to St Marys Stadium as they settled for a 2-2 draw with Southampton. Olivier Giroud and Santi Cazorla scored four minutes apart but the elusive third goal never arrived for the Gunners. 4. Liverpool (LW-5) The 222nd Merseyside Derby was painted red by Liverpools emphatic 4-0 victory over Everton. Steven Gerrard converted a Luis Suarez corner to open the scoring, before Daniel Sturridge scored twice in two minutes to put the game away. Suarez would get one of his own and Sturridge would miss a penalty in the one-sided contest. 5. Manchester United (LW-8) Juan Mata debuted, while Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney returned to lead Manchester United to a 2-0 victory over Cardiff City. Van Persie opened the scoring in the sixth minute and Ashley Young put the game away with a screamer in the 59th minute. 6. Tottenham (LW-4) A red card to Danny Rose and a penalty for the same offence doomed Tottenham in their 5-1 defeat at the hands of Manchester City. Michael Dawson also had a goal controversially ruled out for offside that would have equalized the game early and could have changed Spurs fortunes. 7. Everton (LW-6) There were not many positives for Everton as they were beaten 4-0 by Liverpool in the Merseyside Derby. Adding injury to insult, Romelu Lukaku was stretchered from the field with an ankle injury. 8. Newcastle United (LW-7) Loic Remy was sent off for Newcastle in an altercation with Norwichs Bradley Johnson who was also shown red in a game that ended in a 0-0 draw. 9. Southampton (LW-9) Jose Fonte and Adam Lallana scored on either side of halftime as Southampton drew Arsenal 2-2 in a wild, back and forth contest. Lallana tied the game for good just two minutes after Santi Cazorla had given the Gunners their first lead of the match. 10. Aston Villa (LW-10) The West Midlands derby was a wild affair that was settled in the favour of Villa, 4-3 over West Brom. Christian Benteke scored the deciding goal from the penalty spot after his team battle back from an early 2-0 deficit. 11. Swansea City (LW-14) For the first time in nine games, Swansea earned all three points in a Barclays Premier League game after beating Fulham 2-0. Jonjo Shelvey and Chico Flores found the scoresheet for the Swans. 12. Norwich City (LW-13) Norwich traded red cards with Newcastle but neither team scored in a 0-0 draw. Bradley Johnson was shown red for Norwich City after getting into an altercation with Newcastles Loic Remy who was also sent off for the infraction. 13. Crystal Palace (LW-16) Jason Puncheon earned himself another Barclays Premier League winning goal as he led Palace over Hull City 1-0. Tony Pulis continues his efforts to save Crystal Palace from the relegation zone. 14. 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