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Saturday, September 15
Tottenham Hotspur 1 Liverpool 2
Liverpool made it five wins from win. Goalkeeper Alisson, having worn yellow in the previous four games, switched to green.
Bournemouth 4 Leicester City 2
Chelsea 4 Cardiff City 1
A first outing for Cardiff’s second shirt, which is a very light grey in the Condivo style. The default socks are grey with white tops, but they had to change to the home set.
Huddersfield Town 0 Crystal Palace 1
With their first two kits unavailable, Palace launched a brand-new third, completing a fine set of kits.
Manchester City 3 Fulham 0
Four shirts in five games for Fulham, while their red goalkeeper kit got a first airing.
Newcastle United 1 Arsenal 2
Watford 1 Manchester United 2
A second game in a row for Manchester United’s pink change kit, this time with off-white change shorts.
Sunday, September 16
Wolverhampton Wanderers 1 Burnley 0
Everton 1 West Ham United 3
With a shorts- and socks-clash, West Ham opted to wear alternative blue shorts and the socks from the third kit.
Everton promoted their Kits For Africa initiative, though with the SportPesa logo also included.
Monday, September 17
Southampton 2 Brighton & Hove Albion 2
Brighton’s green change shirt was used for the first time. The first choice socks for the kit are black, but they had to change here.