Sam Allardyce will have enjoyed the fare on offer at Goodison Park last night.
The new Everton manager watched from the stands as they thrashed West Ham by 4-goals to nil.
Wayne Rooney completed a hat-trick with a goal from inside his own half in last night’s win.
Raheem Sterling’s superb goal 5-minutes into injury time saw Manchester City set a new Premier League record of 12 consecutive wins.
Pep Guardiola’s side are 8 points clear at the top this morning courtesy of a 2-1 win at home to Southampton.
An injury to Alexandre Lacazette was the only black mark on Arsenal’s 5-nil demolition of Huddersfield.
Arsene Wenger says the French striker will miss Saturday’s meeting with Manchester United with a groin injury.
Chelsea increased the pressure on Swansea manager Paul Clement last night.
The Swans fell to a 1-nil defeat at Stamford Bridge and remain in the bottom-three.
Mo Salah scored twice off the bench as Liverpool beat Stoke 3-nil at the Bet 3-6-5 to go fifth in the table.
While Robbie Brady’s beautifully curled effort proved to be the winner at the Vitality, as Burnley beat Bournemouth 2-1.