Five talking points from the weekend's Premier League

Pearce's Premier League team of the weekend

Pearce's Premier League team of the weekend

The Austrian forward picked up an injury in the Hammers' 3-1 win at Everton last weekend - their first Premier League win of the season.

It seemed his departure was inevitable when, after Belgium's World Cup third-place playoff win over England, he said: "After six wonderful years at Chelsea it might be time to discover something different".

The Belgium global winger has started the season in electric form for Maurizio Sarri's men, netting five times in the Premier League already this term.

Liverpool have so far amassed a flawless 15 points, trailing Chelsea on goal difference - even without any goals so far from Mohamed Salah, who totted up an astonishing 44 in all competitions last season. "For Odoi in his position in the last match played Pedro and Hazard".

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"I'm talking over a four or five-year period if I think 'who's the man?' - [and] I think he's fantastic". Not many are better than the Belgian from the penalty spot and Begovic, who spent two seasons with Hazard at West London, has given his take on why it is hard to deny the winger from 12 yards.

Twenty-one players have travelled and changes are expected, with the Blues seeking a sixth win from six Premier League games at West Ham on Sunday. I want to speak to him and I want to speak to the doctor and then I will decide.

Although Foden played in City's final game of last season, it was only to ensure he won a title medal, but this season he clearly has every intention of becoming a permanent fixture. "I think if Hazard gets injured, they really are overly reliant on him", Barnes said on BeIN Sports, "If he drops form and he doesn't score, he's not an out and out scorer". "I think he is the image of the team, a team that played very well in long periods in the first half". "Can I do that?' No, he's too strong".

The former Napoli manager also expressed his delights with the performance of Olivier Giroud in the last Premier League game against Cardiff City.

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