Liverpool remain six points clear at the top of the Premier League table after coming from behind to beat Tottenham 2-1 at Anfield on Sunday afternoon.
The Reds - looking to stretch their unbeaten league run to 45 games - fell behind in the first minute when Harry Kane was quickest to react after Son Heung-min's deflected shot rebounded back off the crossbar.
Jurgen Klopp's men piled on relentless pressure during a high-tempo and action-packed first 45 minutes but Spurs goalkeeper Paulo Gazzaniga pulled off a string of fine saves that ensured his side went into the interval with a slender lead.
But it didn't take long for Liverpool to equalise in the second half when Jordan Henderson scored from a narrow angle in the 51st minute, before Mo Salah converted a debatable penalty after Serge Aurier had caught the back of Sadio Mane's leg.
Tottenham had their chances in the final period of the game as Liverpool elected to defend their lead but it wasn't to be for Mauricio Pochettino's men who fell to their fourth league defeat of the season.
Man City stay second after routine win
Manchester City had briefly cut Liverpool's lead at the top of the table to three points on Saturday afternoon following a comfortable 3-0 win over Aston Villa at the Etihad Stadium.
Pep Guardiola's men cut frustrated figures at half time, going into the interval 0-0 despite having much of the possession but being unable to penetrate Villa's stubborn defence.
But it took less than a minute to make the breakthrough in the second half when a long ball up field was met by Raheem Sterling who calmly scored his seventh league goal of the season. David Silva and Ilkay Gundogan rounded off the 3-0 win.
In the Premier League Winner market Liverpool remain odds-on favourites at 1.9110/11, with Man City hot on their heels, available to back at 2.265/4.
Vardy goes top of scoring charts as Foxes smash Saints for nine
The weekend started with a record-breaking away win for Leicester on Friday night as they thrashed Southampton 9-0 at St Mary's.
Defender Ryan Bertrand was dismissed for a horror tackle on Ayoze Perez in the lead-up to Ben Chilwell's opener, but that was in no way an excuse for the collapse that later followed. Perez and Jamie Vardy each scored a hat-trick in the game with further goals from Youri Tielemans and a stunning free-kick from James Maddison.
The result equalled a 24-year-old record set by Manchester United who beat Ipswich 9-0 at Old Trafford, though the Foxes created a record of their own with the biggest away win ever seen in the Premier League.
Vardy's hat-trick saw him move to nine league goals for the season, one ahead of Sergio Aguero and Tammy Abraham who both failed to find the back of the net over the weekend.
The Leicester striker can be backed at 8.415/2 in the Top Goalscorer market, though it's Aguero (8 goals) who remains favourite at 5.49/2 ahead of Kane (6 goals) 7.06/1, Salah (5 goals) 7.26/1, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (7 goals) 7.613/2, Abraham (8 goals) 8.88/1 and Sterling (7 goals) 9.617/2.
United finally record an away win but Arsenal again falter
Leicester's win on Friday night sees the Foxes third in the table on 20 points, seven points ahead of Manchester United and four ahead of Arsenal who had differing fortunes on Sunday afternoon.
The Gunners led 2-0 at home to Crystal Palace but were pegged back to 2-2 before having what looked like a late winner by Sokratis controversially overturned by VAR for a foul in the build-up by Callum Chambers.
United meanwhile recorded their first away win of the season with a routine 3-1 win at Norwich, despite missing two penalties, their third and fourth missed penalties from six awarded this season.
In the Top 4 Finish market Leicester can be backed at 2.68/5, ahead of Tottenham 2.789/5, Arsenal 2.915/8, and United 5.04/1, though Chelsea strengthened their grip in the top four with a 4-2 win at Burnley on Saturday night thanks to a Christian Pulisic hat-trick. Frank Lampard's men are trading at 1.584/7 to finish in the top four.
Hornets still without a win
Watford remain rock bottom of the Premier League and are still in search of their first league win of the season after drawing 0-0 at home to Bournemouth, while the defeat for the Canaries and the Saints saw those two clubs join the Hornets in the bottom three.
Norwich can be backed at 1.635/8 in the Relegation market, ahead of Watford 2.021/1, Newcastle 2.68/5 and Southampton 3.185/40.