Lots of high-profile winners but Arsenal are top. Everton are in the other list.
Mark Hughes admits the performances of Joe Allen have been Stoke's one "shining light" this season.
Salomon Rondon's stoppage-time header denied Stoke their first Premier League win of the season.
Mark Hughes says talk of there being unhappiness at Stoke towards Wilfried Bony as "totally wrong".
Plus Arsenal to beat Chelsea, Man United to score but concede and Spurs to drop points at 'Boro...
Same creepy name, same previews of the best of the weekend's action. Diego Costa vs Arsenal, anyone?
We're not sure that's the right way to approach this, Mark. You might want to try something different.
Nice things about Arsenal, Ander Herrera and Loris Karius, not about Vincent Kompany or West Ham
"We need to start winning matches, the sooner the better," says Peter Coates. Well, they are bottom.
Jose's biggest problem could be off the pitch; our biggest winners are across the city.
An improvement on ninth appears a long way away from Stoke. 17th might be a better target.
Crystal Palace demolished Stoke 4-1 at Selhurst Park to leave the Potters rooted to the foot of the table.
It's double standards, says Alan Pardew. Poor Chunky and Sparky, getting picked on by referees.
Mark Hughes wants consistency in the way managers are penalised for touchline behaviour.
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