Predict the Premier League - the Expert: It's double top for Blackburn
It's been a double celebration for Blackburn Rovers fan Terry Kennedy this week. Not only are his boyhood team top of the Championship Mr Kennedy is joint top scorer in the Predict the Premier League Experts section.
The Rovers fan shared top spot with Squarefootball editor Antony Melvin, as both players scored an impressive 10 points.
Mr Kennedy's points came courtesy of a draw at Norwich City combined with home wins for Arsenal and Manchester United and an away win for Spurs. However, two correct 1-1 predictions at Sunderland and Stoke gave him the added bonus, taking his total to 10.
Mr Melvin got an impressive eight out of 10 results right. The only ones that let him down were Norwich v West Ham - he thought the Canaries would win 2-1 - and Everton v Newcastle - again 2-1 in favour of the home side. His maximum points though, like Mr Kennedy, came at the Stadium of Light.
It also proved to be a good weekend for West Ham United foot soldier Nigel Telfer. The Hammer picked up seven points - correct results at Carrow Road, Emirates, Villa Park and Old Trafford, combined with a 2-2 between Everton and Newcastle on Monday. Unfortunately it wasn't enough to move him off the foot of the table.
Propping up the weekly chart this week is Wolves fan Chris Cox. The former Predict the Premier League champion could only muster up four points.
Norwich City v West Ham
Seven of our 14 Experts went for a draw. Only Bolton's David Blackburn got the outcome spot on.
Arsenal v Southampton
It was almost a clean sweep for Arsenal, only Middlesbrough's Sue Gardener thought the Saints could be sinners at the Emirates. No-one came close to the final score of 6-1.
Villa v Swansea
Only three pundits thought Villa would send the Swans back to Wales empty-handed. Again, no-one expected Villa to keep a clean sheet.
Fulham v West Brom
The Baggies' record at the Cottage is dreadful, but they went into the game unbeaten. But Fulham's home form this calendar year has been exceptional. Only half of the Experts tipped the home side for victory. Again, no-one predicted a 3-0 win.
Manchester United v Wigan
It was a full house for Sir Alex Ferguson's men. No-one got the score right.
QPR v Chelsea
This was another game that denied a few pundits points. Only two of us - Our TV critic Chris Pettitt and editor Antony Melvin - predicted the draw.
Stoke v Manchester City
The champions have never won at the Britannia in the Premier League. The Potters made sure that remained the case on Saturday. Four of our Experts went for a draw, only Antony Melvin thought it would end up goalless with Steve Coulter, Terry Kennedy and Dan Taylor all picking up three points.
Sunderland v Liverpool
Brendan Rodgers and Martin O'Neill were desperate for all three points but they had to share the spoils. Five experts predicted a draw, Hugh Larkin, Terry Kennedy and Antony Melvin all got the final score bang on.
Reading v Spurs
Spurs went into the game still searching for their first win of the season and emerged with all three points. Six of us went for an away win. Unfortunately, no-one expected Spurs to win so convincingly.
Everton v Newcastle
The Toffees will be cursing the officials still for not giving the goal that was, but Sue Gardener, Peter Rendle, Nigel Telfer and myself are rubbing our hands with glee as we all picked up maximum points following that 2-2 draw.
Here is a rundown of who scored what this past weekend.
To see how these scores have affected the overall table, click here