It's a real cliche, but in the Premier League anyone can really beat anyone.
So far this season we've seen champions Manchester United lose at home against West Brom, neighbours Manchester City surrender at Cardiff and Aston Villa while Chelsea limped to defeat against Newcastle this weekend.
|Fabio Borini Celebrating his winning strike against Newcastle Utd|
Just one point separates the next six clubs. And the amazing graphic below shows just how.
Liverpool were beaten by Southampton in August, but in turn the Saints went down to Norwich, who sit in the relegation zone after the 7-0 demolition at the Etihad on Saturday.
Tottenham lost against Arsene Wenger's pacesetters, but in turn they succumb to Aston Villa on the opening day.
Paul Lambert's young team were, however, no match for Chelsea.
It's equally unpredictable at the bottom.
Sunderland, superb in winning the Tyne-Wear derby, contrived to lose to Crystal Palace - their only three points of the campaign so far.
Hull lost at Everton but managed to win at home against the Canaries. Fulham - so poor for the majority of the year - have managed to keep ticking over with wins against Palace and Stoke.
Mark Hughes' team beat West Ham though which sees them just outside the bottom three, although they did lose to Cardiff.
West Brom couldn't take anything away from their game against Swansea at the Hawthorns but Michael Laudrup's side failed to bridge the gap between themselves and those in the hunt for European places by going down to Tottenham. Anyone can beat anyone.