...and that's intended for both sides. Leicester return to the top of the PL after beating Chelsea. Wow.
Claudio Ranieri has labelled his 2004 sacking as Chelsea boss as "normal", with the Leicester manager adding that it was expected.
Nearly all of Chelsea's squad has regressed from last season, but which PL players have improved?
End of the road for Jose Mourinho, plus loads on Leicester, consistency, Man United's attack and Liverpool
There are no strikers on this decidedly un-sexy list of five unsung heroes. Arsenal and Liverpool offer one each.
Claudio Ranieri believes Leicester showed that they are more than just Jamie Vardy by beating Swansea.
McClaren needs to inspire a huge improvement, while Van Gaal is running out of goodwill...
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
See, Louis? Results and excitement can go together. Leicester are the antithesis to his United
Jamie Vardy broke that goalscoring record thing as Manchester United held Leicester to a 1-1 draw.
Claudio Ranieri believes Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez should stay with Leicester as they look to establish themselves among the Premier League elite.
In a season of surprises, who has raised the eyebrows more than most? Other than him, obviously...
No reason for Spurs and Liverpool to place ceilings on their expectations. Plus Arsene. Oh, Arsene.
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