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In another pulsating round of Premier League matches, Arsenal twice threw away a lead to draw 2-2 with Spurs in the North London derby, whilst Man City and Liverpool's strong starts to the season continued.

Gameweek 6 also saw Newcastle break a Premier League record as eight different scorers found the net in an 8-0 demolition of Sheffield Utd at Bramall Lane, with Chelsea succumbing to yet another defeat at home to Aston Villa.

Arsenal falter as Liverpool thrive

Rated as the team most likely to challenge Manchester City at the top of the Premier League this season having pushed them so close last year, Arsenal dropped points for the second time this term in a 2-2 draw against rivals Spurs at the Emirates.

Twice going in front courtesy of an own goal from Cristian Romero and a Bukayo Saka penalty, the Gunners were unable to secure all three points as Spurs fought back with skipper Heung-min Son netting a brace. 

Although Mikel Arteta's men have taken a commendable 14 points from a possible 18 to begin the season, this leaves them already trailing leaders Man City by four points in the table.

Arsenal's latest stumble coincided with Liverpool's fifth successive Premier League victory, with Jurgen Klopp's side now second in the table and priced as 6/4 favourites in the Without Man City Outright market.

Mo Salah bagged his third goal of the season from the spot in the Reds' 3-1 over West Ham, with the Egyptian 6/1 favourite in the Top Goalscorer Without Erling Haaland market.

Masterful Maddison

Named Player of the Match after registering two assists for teammate Son in Spurs' 2-2 draw against Arsenal in the North London derby, James Maddison is now joint-top of the Premier League assists standings alongside Wolves' Pedro Neto on four.

The ex-Leicester City playmaker is now priced as the 6/1 favourite in the Most Assists market, ahead of fellow frontrunners Mo Salah at 8/1 and Phil Foden at 10/1.

Newcastle skipper Kieran Trippier was the biggest mover in this market following Gameweek 6, however, with the England international recording a remarkable hat-trick of assists in the Magpies' 8-0 thrashing of Sheffield Utd at Bramall Lane.

The set-piece-taking full-back is now given odds of 14/1 to finish the season as the Premier League's top assister.

Spurs v Liverpool headlines Gameweek 7

Looking ahead to this weekend's Premier League fixtures, the clear standout match takes place on Saturday evening as in-form pair Spurs and Liverpool prepare to lock horns in North London.

Spurs remain unbeaten in the Premier League under new manager Ange Postecoglou, sitting fourth in the table, with Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool sat two places above them in second.

With both sides employing attacking brands of football, Saturday's clash should make for an exciting contest with goals at both ends perhaps on the cards.

Gameweek 7 will also see an intriguing battle at the bottom of the table between Everton and Luton Town at Goodison Park, with the Toffees having won just two of their last 10 home matches in the Premier League.

Rob Edwards' side remain winless in the top flight this season, with the Hatters given a price of 11/2 to change this in Merseyside on Saturday.

Luton are currently rated 2/11 favourites to be relegated from the Premier League this season, with their hosts this weekend Everton rated third favourites at 2/1 despite their impressive 3-1 win away at Brentford in their last league outing. 

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