Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is odds-on to be the next Premier League manager to get the boot after Manchester United's humiliating home defeat to Burnley
Aston Villa were odds-on for relegation from the Premier League on Sunday night after they were battered 6-1 at home by Manchester City and Watford won 3-0 at Bournemouth.
With the Premier League on ice, the FA Cup took centre stage at the weekend with 31 Third Round fixtures contested across two days of dramatic knockout action on Saturday and Sunday.
The Premier League administered another concentrated dose of unpredictable action at the weekend, with Bournemouth’s win at Chelsea and Norwich’s draw at Leicester the standout results on a weekend dusted with upsets.
Wales go into Saturday's Euro 2020 qualifier in Azerbaijan boosted by the likely returns of Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey and Real Madrid's Gareth Bale.
England will look to become the first home nations side to qualify for Euro 2020 when they welcome Montenegro to Wembley on Thursday night.
After the brief international hiatus, the Premier League returned to pitches and screens at the weekend, walloping the senses with another frenetic round of compelling fixtures on Saturday and Sunday.
Liverpool are the new Premier League favourites after 25-1 shots Wolves claimed a shock 2-0 victory at Manchester City on Sunday
Tammy Abraham has been rewarded for his excellent start to the season with a recall to Gareth Southgate's England squad for this month's matches away to Czech Republic and Bulgaria.
Manchester City remain 4-5 favourites to win the Premier League this season despite 6-5 shots Liverpool maintaining their 100 per cent record and five-point lead with a 1-0 win over Sheffield United.
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