Premier League kit-tracker – Gameweek 10

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Saturday, October 27

Brighton & Hove Albion 1 Wolverhampton Wanderers 0

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Fulham 0 Bournemouth 3

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One might have expected Bournemouth to give a first airing to their green third kit, but they opted for their home strip, leaving both sides in black shorts.

This was one of two games where both teams carried poppies on their shirts.

Liverpool 4 Cardiff City 1

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Having used a long-sleeved yellow shirt lately, Alisson was back in a baselayer with short-sleeved shirt.

Southampton 0 Newcastle United 0

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Given the large amounts of red on the Southampton shirt, Newcastle could have chanced their home kit with white shorts but it was probably more sensible to use the third kit again. Hopefully their hooped away shirts get a run-out soon.

Watford 3 Huddersfield Town 0

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This game also saw poppies on shirts, with Watford featuring inscriptions that carried match details.

Leicester City 1 West Ham United 1

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Sadly, this game was overshadowed by the tragic death of Leicester owner Vichai Srivaddhanapradha, Nusara Suknamai, Kaveporn Punpare, Izabela Roza Lechowicz and Eric Swaffer.

Sunday, October 28

Burnley 0 Chelsea 4

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Crystal Palace 2 Arsenal 2

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A first outing for Arsenal’s third kit, which shares the dual-banded sleeves of the Newcastle third.

Manchester United 2 Everton 1

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A rare chance for Everton to wear their first-choice kit at Old Trafford, due to United’s dark shorts.

Monday, October 29

Tottenham Hotspur 0 Manchester City 1

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Manchester City had already used their purple third shirts in the Champions League and Capital One Cup but this was a first league appearance. The first-choice shorts are purple but they switched here, despite not changing when a shorts- and socks-clash arose with their away kit at Wolves.

The black Spurs goalkeeper kit is the fourth they have used this season after orange, purple and yellow, though the latter has only been seen in Europe.

 

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