Predict the Premier League table: Stoke at the top as Chelsea suffer the Blues
With wins for Arsenal, Everton, Spurs, Man City and Manchester United widely expected by our panel of pundits we were always going to record some good scores this weekend. However, Stoke City's Phil Eccleston was the best pundit this week with an impressive total of 14.
That haul was enough to send Phil to the top of the table, level on points with Sunderland fan Tony Ratton. Phil's points came from three correct scores - Arsenal beating Norwich 2-1, Man City seeing off Newcastle 3-1 and West Brom sending Bolton packing 2-1, alongside five correct results at Everton, Sunderland, Wigan, Manchester United and Spurs.
Stoke and Sunderland are now level on 100 points.
Down at the other end of the table, Chelsea's Joe Tyler could only pick up four points this week to mirror Andre Villas-Boas' men terrible run of form. And although Liverpool beat Chelsea at the Bridge, Mark Williams, along with Everton's Chris Goodwin and Newcastle's Michael Stout, could only manage six points.
A special mention must go out to Blackburn's Terry Kennedy this weekend for correctly predicting four scores bang on - Arsenal 2-1, Everton 2-1, Man City 3-1 and Tottenham 2-0. Take a bow son!
A total of 31 of our pundits thought Arsenal would be too strong for Norwich at Carrow Road. They were correct and 11 of them got the 2-1 score bang on the money.
Thirty-three tipped the leaders Manchester City to see off Newcastle. Again they were right and a whopping 14 guessed the 3-1 score correctly. Thirty pundits also thought Manchester United would beat Swansea, although no-one got the 1-0 score correct.
Twenty-seven pundits predicted a win for Everton over Wolves - 11 got the score bang on - while 31 believed Spurs would dominate Aston Villa. Again a total of 10 got the 2-0 final score right.
QPR's 3-2 win over Stoke City eluded everyone, although Leeds fan Phil Bundy and Arsenal's Don McMahon were the only two pundits who tipped the Rs for an away win. Liverpool's 2-1 win over Chelsea was also a surprise to our pundits. Only five of them went for an away win, although four of those did get the score bang on.
Sunderland's draw with Fulham was expected by 15 pundits, four of which tipped it for a goalless draw, and seven out of 15 correctly predicted West Brom would beat Bolton 2-1.
Here is who scored what this week: