Sep 14, 2013, 10:57 AM EST
Week four of the Premier League has seen plenty of goals scored early across the stadiums in England.
Here is your quick guide to how things stand at half time in the seven 10am ET PL games and remember you can watch every game live on NBC Sports Live Extra online.
Aston Villa 0-1 Newcastle United
The Magpies lead after an18th minute strike from Hatem Ben Arfa, his second in two games. Can the Villans fight back
Fulham 1-0 West Brom
Steve Sidwell has given the Cottagers a lead in the first half as Fulham look to get their first win since the opening day against the Baggies.
Hull City 1-0 Cardiff City
The Tigers are up 1-0 courtesy of a Curtis Davies goal and they could be on for another great three points at the KC Stadium. Can Steve Bruce’s men hold on against their newly promoted rivals?
Sunderland 0-1 Arsenal
The Gunners took an early lead through Olivier Giroud after great work from Mesut Ozil. Can Josy Altidore and Sunderland get back into this? Or will Arsenal run away with it?
Stoke City 0-0 Manchester City
Tottenham 1-0 Norwich
Spurs are in front against the Canaries thanks to Gylfi Sigurdsson, can Tottenham increase the lead or will Norwich hit back after the break?
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