After a busy midweek full of European football fun, it’s back to Premier League action.
We’ve picked out five of the most intriguing talking points for you to mull over, and we start with a trip to Old Trafford.
The effort also took him to 248 goals for United in total, meaning he is now just one behind their overall top scorer Sir Bobby Charlton, whose tally he will hope to draw level with, or even surpass, when the Red Devils play West Ham at Old Trafford on Sunday.
It will certainly be interesting to see what kind of reception the Dutchman gets from the home crowd, after he enjoyed considerable success over two seasons with the south-coast club before making the switch.
On Saturday evening they host a fifth-placed Tottenham side who are aiming to bounce back from Champions League disappointment earlier this week, and whose striker Harry Kane is among the goals once more.
It looks a testing assignment for Chelsea – although the fact Antonio Conte’s men swept aside Manchester United 4-0 and then Everton 5-0 in their previous two home matches seems ominous for Spurs.
With the problems between the midfielder and his boss Guardiola apparently resolved and Toure seemingly back in the groove, it is now a question of whether the 33-year-old builds on his impressive comeback at Burnley in Saturday’s lunchtime kick-off.
The rock-bottom Swans are yet to record a victory following Bob Bradley’s appointment as their boss in early October, while Alan Pardew’s Palace, who are 16th, have lost each of their last five games.
Will Palace perish, or will Swansea stumble?