In this week's Sport Spotlight:

Chelsea return to winning ways

Chelsea might have slipped up by drawing 0-0 at Sunderland at the weekend, but they returned to winning ways in ruthless fashion in midweek by brushing aside Tottenham Hotspur 3-0. What was even more remarkable about the result is it was without star striker Diego Costa. Is this the best Chelsea team ever assembled?

Wenger silences his critics...for now

Arsenal's dismal Premier League campaign culminated with a 'Wenger out' banner being unfurled at the weekend. What was even more worrying for Wenger is that this did not appear a knee-jerk reaction, but a growing disillusionment among fans that the 65-year-old Frenchman cannot take them to a first league title since 2003-2004.

Despite this, the Gunners have managed to win three games on the bounce, including a narrow 1-0 victory over Southampton at the Emirates. Does the result silence the doubters, or merely grant Wenger a stay of execution?

Unstoppable Agüero

Manchester City kept up their chase of league leaders Chelsea with a 4-1 thrashing of Sunderland at the Stadium of Light. But after the game all the talk was of Sergio Agüero, the Argentinian striker who has now notched up 14 goals in 14 Premier League games.

His man of the match winning displays in recent games has led to the question, is Agüero the heir to the departed Luis Suarez as the Premier League's best player?