Arsenal's defensive injury woes were alleviated by the availability of Bacary Sagna and Keiran Gibbs who were uncertain coming out of the weekend.
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The strong rumors of an impending dismissal of Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers came to fruition shortly following the Reds' draw against Everton today.
After a four game mini-drought, Andre Ayew got back on the scoresheet to give Swansea City the initial advantage, but Tottenham would erase two deficits and the two sides would draw, 2-2.
Tottenham erased two deficits by scoring from two free kicks as Tottenham were able to grab a point against Swansea City, 2-2 at the Liberty Stadium.
Mesut Ozil has quieted critics by coming up big in a big match as Arsenal beat Manchester United 3-0 at the Emirates.
Danny Ings got Liverpool off on the right track by scoring the opener in the Merseyside derby, but Everton would find an equalizer near halftime and the two sides would play to a 1-1 draw.
Everton found themselves behind against bitter rivals Liverpool, but an equalizer by Romelu Lukaku in first half injury time helped the Toffees come away with a 1-1 draw.
Scotland are sweating are on a number of injured players ahead of the upcoming Euro 2016 games against Poland and Gibraltar. James Morrison, Darren Fletcher and Ikechi Anya all picked up knocks and will be assessed before joining their international colleagues.
Ciaran Clark missed the home defeat to Stoke on Saturday after picking up a thigh strain in training.