Premier League fans’ verdict:Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain shows he can replace Philippe Coutinho and Arsene Wenger’s time is up
Another fascinating weekend of action saw Manchester City lose their unbeaten record as they were beaten by Liverpool in a thrilling clash at Anfield.
Meanwhile, at the bottom of the table, West Brom picked up a crucial three points against Brighton.
Here, Sportsmail gets the fans’ verdicts following the latest weekend of action…
Andy Seaby (Chelsea Daft)
There has been plenty of speculation over Antonio Conte’s position and this game only adds fuel to the fire.
I love Conte as much as the next Chelsea fan but why on earth would you stick to the defensive 3-5-2 formation at the Bridge against a Leicester side who are a shadow of their title-winning team?
Having changed formation in the second half, we could not break down 10 men which adds to our woes.
Star man: Thibaut Courtois
Phil Simms (LCFC World)
Riyad Mahrez was the star of the show in West London, causing Chelsea a whole host of problems.
When he wants to play, then he is unplayable but when he does not, we have to carry him.
The owners will not let him go cheaply — £50million or no deal!
Star man: Riyad Mahrez
Jay Crame (The Eagles Beak)
This squad is almost down to the bare bones but this win was achived by hard work and passion.
I have no idea what Roy Hodgson has done to these players — especially Bakary Sako — but long may it continue!
From no win in our first seven, we are on the fringes of the top half. That is quite some effort.
Star man: Bakary Sako
Tony Scholes (Up The Clarets)
The first disappointing Burnley performance I have seen this season.
Against a Crystal Palace side who did not look too good themselves, we can have no complaints agbout the result.
One positive was Charlie Taylor, who totally nullified Wilfried Zaha, but we were poor in the first half and could quite easily have gone in more than one goal behind.
Star man: Charlie Taylor