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Week 15 Live Chat: Sunday & Monday Wrap-Up

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There were a number of intriguing upsets yesterday, as Stoke defeated Chelsea, Newcastle claimed all three points over Manchester United and Norwich bounced back to defeat West Brom. Will that trend continue today and tomorrow?

Keep calm and give me a transfer.
Keep calm and give me a transfer.
Clive Rose

It's been a fascinating week in the Barclays Premier League, with quite a bit of movement in the table. While Manchester United continues to struggle, Arsenal remains comfortably in the lead. Will that change today with the visit of high-flying Everton? The Toffees have only lost once in the league so far this campaign and have kept the most clean sheets along the way.

We'll have to wait a while to find out, but in the meantime we should be able to enjoy a feisty encounter between Aston Villa and Fulham. Paul Lambert's men could actually overtake Manchester United with a big win, while new Fulham manager Rene Meulensteen will be hoping to climb out of the relegation zone (albeit only on goal differential).

I don't have a horse in today's matches after dropping Mesut Özil last week, but I will be watching closely to see how Jonjo Shelvey and Ben Davies perform Monday night to see if I still have any hopes of making it through to the next round of the Blog Cup. Who do you have left to play today and tomorrow? What is your goal for points this week?