Lukaku scored his 50th goal in his 100th Everton game as the Toffees recovered to draw with Palace.
Jurgen Klopp says that he can’t get Liverpool’s defeat to Crystal Palace out of his head.
Last week we ran through our top ten surprise successes of the season so far, so now it's time to flip-reverse it.
It's a whopper. On Wenger and Sanchez, Vardy, immorality, Aguero, Van Gaal and Rooney
Palace blew Newcastle away from behind, ensuring Alan Pardew tasted revenge over his former employers.
Liverpool need to start winning at home, Spurs must evidence progression, Flamini has to perform
Alan Pardew believes Crystal Palace will do well to get a result against Sam Allardyce, who is capable of "resurrecting" Sunderland.
Inspired by the fact we could not remember who bought Nikica Jelavic in the summer.
Hodgson adds that Van Gaal has given his blessing for Lingard's unexpected England call-up.
Liverpool have four fixtures to be shown on TV; Arsenal, Chelsea, both Manc clubs and Spurs all have two.
Jamie Vardy, Dele Alli and Mesut Ozil the big winners, Diego Costa and Olivier Giroud the biggest losers
"Can we play you every week?" was the chant from the Crystal Palace fans.
Alan Pardew claims he can see much of himself in Liverpool's new manager Jurgen Klopp.
The Palace boss mentions him in the same breath as Kevin Keegan, John Toshack and Kenny Dalglish.
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