Gunners fire against Blues
Alex Song gives Arsenal the lead on the stroke of half-time against Chelsea.
Arsenal celebrate, as goals from Cesc Fabregas and Theo Walcott in two minutes put them 3-0 up.
Branislav Ivanovic heads Chelsea's goal, as the Blues threatened to get back into the game, but didn't.
Dimitar Berbatov gave Manchester United an early lead against Sunderland on Boxing Day, nodding home after five minutes.
Berbatov is congratulated by strike partner Wayne Rooney, who produced a superb display at Old Trafford.
United's Bulgarian frontman scored his second as the home side cruised to a 2-0 victory that kept them top of the league.
Manchester City responded quickly to last week's loss to Everton - Gareth Barry put them 1-0 up at St James' Park after two minutes.
Carlos Tevez scored Manchester City's second and celebrated by inserting a dummy - perhaps admitting that his recent transfer request was a touch childish.
Andy Carroll looked to have headed Newcastle back into the game but there was no Christmas cheer as Carlos Tevez added a second to break Magpies' hearts.
Spurs' Jermain Defoe is given his marching orders against Aston Villa after Rafael van der Vaart opened the scoring.
Van der Vaart netted a second to put the ten-men in control and James Collins' consolation did not prove enough.
Aaron Hughes put Fulham ahead against West Ham, piling the pressure on under-fire Avram Grant with his first goal in more than six years.
But the Hammers soon levelled the scores through Carlton Cole, who pounced on a mistake by Dickson Etuhu to fire his side level.
Frederic Piquionne completed West Ham's first-half comeback and Cole added a second to give the visitors a 3-1 win and ease the pressure on Grant.
Matt Taylor slid Bolton into the lead against West Brom, as Owen Coyle's side looked to build on their impressive recent form.
Johan Elmander made sure of the three points for Bolton, as his goal ensured the Trotters moved within two-points of Chelsea.
Robert Huth set Stoke on their way to a 2-0 victory at Blackburn, as Steve Kean lost his first game in full control at Ewood Park.
Hugo Rodallega put Wigan ahead at Wolves, before Tom Cleverly doubled the lead as the Latics won 2-1 to send the hosts bottom of the table.