In this week of sport we've rounded up the highlights from the past seven days, recapping action from the Autumn internationals, NITTO ATP finals and Premier League football
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England v Australia - Old Mutual Wealth Series
England made it five wins in a row against Australia on Saturday, in the second of three Old Mutual Wealth Series matches. England scored a trio of late tries to secure a convincing victory of 30-6 against the Wallabies.
Scotland v New Zealand - Autumn International Series
Scotland got agonisingly close to get their first ever win over New Zealand after a dramatic 22-17 loss at Murrayfield. Tries from Codie Taylor, Damian McKenzie and Beauden Barretts secured the win for the All Blacks.
Ireland v Fiji - Guinness Series 2017
Ireland beat Fiji 23-20 in an unconvincing win at the Aviva stadium in Dublin. The Irish try scorers were Darren Sweetnam, Dave Kearney and Jack Conan.
Wales v Georgia - The Under Armour Series
Wales held on to beat Georgia 13-6 in an extraordinary finish at a tense Principality stadium on Saturday. Wales will have to improve as they face World Champions New Zealand, next Saturday at the Principality stadium.
ATP finals in London
Bulgaria's Grigor Dimitrov beat Belgian David Goffin on Sunday, to win the NITTO ATP finals in London. This is Dimitrov's biggest title of his career as he won 7-5 4-6 6-3 at London's O2 Arena.
Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool were the stand out performers in this week's Premier League. Chelsea beat West Brom 4-0 on Saturday; leading to the departure of West Brom's manager Tony Pullis on Monday morning. Arsenal beat arch-rivals Tottenham 2-0 on Saturday, this has closed the gap to only one point between the North London rivals. Liverpool secured a 3-0 win against Southampton on Saturday, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp described it as a "perfect day".
Bournemouth 4 0 Huddersfield
Burnley 2 0 Swansea
Crystal Palace 2 2 Everton
Leicester 0 2 Man City
Liverpool 3 0 Southampton
West Brom 0 4 Chelsea
Man Utd 4 1 Newcastle
Watford 2 0 West Ham
Brighton 2 2 Stoke