Oct 19, 2013, 11:03 AM EST
It’s time to take a quick jolt around the league, to see what’s going on at half time.
Remember you can watch every single Premier League game live, right here via NBC Sports Live Extra.
So, let’s get to it.
Jack Wilshere has opened the scoring with a stunning team move that saw the Gunners stretch the length of the pitch with their superb passing play. The Canaries have looked flustered at times, can Arsenal go back to the top of the league?
Two utterly bizarre goals see the sides level with a defensive mix up from David Luiz handing Jordon Mutch the opener for the Bluebirds, and then Samuel Eto’o nicking the ball out of David Marshall‘s hands to set up Eden Hazard for the equalizer.
That man Robin van Persie is the difference, but in truth Southampton have dominated the play for large spells but Daniel Osvaldo failed to take a great chance that came Saints’ way. Will United push on after the break?
Solid and steady in the first half at the Britannia, few chances for both teams. Who can prevail after the break?
Ditto at Swansea, as Gus Poyet takes charge of his first game as Sunderland boss. So far, so good for the Uruguayan coach.
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