Champions Manchester City are up to second in the Premier League after ending Chelsea's unbeaten start with a 1-nil win at Stamford Bridge.
Manchester United failed to capitalise as they missed a penalty in a 1-nil defeat to Aston Villa.
Those results put Liverpool top on goal difference - and they're playing Brentford this evening.
Everton's 2-nil victory over pointless Norwich means the top five are all on 13 points.
Newcastle are still winless after being held 1-all at Watford.
Burnley had an injury time goal disallowed in a 2-all draw with Leicester, while West Ham got past Leeds 2-1.
Bournemouth have moved back to the top of the Championship after continuing their unbeaten start to the season with a 2-1 win at home to Luton.
Blackburn thrashed Cardiff 5-1, while Fulham are fourth after being held to a 1-all draw by Bristol City.
Derby's tough week continued after the administration hit club conceded an injury time penalty to lose 1-nil at Sheffield United.
Steve Cooper's first game as Nottingham Forest manager ended in a 1-all draw against Millwall.
Stoke beat Hull 2-nil, Swansea were 1-nil winners against Huddersfield and Reading got past Middlesbrough 1-nil in the early game.
Blackpool saw off Barnsley by the same score and it ended goalless between Birmingham and Preston.
Rangers remain a point clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership after winning 1-nil at Dundee. Robert McElroy reports
Hearts are now the champions' nearest challengers in second place, thanks to a 3-nil victory over Livingston.
Motherwell have beaten Ross County 2-1 to climb to third.
County remain without a win this season.