Several England stars featured on Sunday ahead of international week
A number of England stars were in action on Sunday, as three games took place in the Premier League.
Captain Steven Gerrard featured in Liverpool's 1-1 draw against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge - with England Manager Roy Hodgson watching from the stands.
Gerrard did receive treatment on the pitch and after the match, but Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is hopeful he is not too badly injured.
Rodgers said: “I think Steven will be alright. He's opened up his medial ligament a bit and has some ice on his knee."
Gerrard, of course, hopes to win his 100th cap when England play against Sweden on Wednesday.
Liverpool also fielded England internationals Raheem Sterling - who started up front alongside Luis Suarez - and Glen Johnson, while England Under-21 star Andre Wisdom also played.
Chelsea took the lead through former England defender John Terry but then saw the centre-back carried off with a knee injury before half-time. He will have scans tomorrow to decide the extent of the injury.
Suarez scored the equaliser for Liverpool - set up by former England defender Jamie Carragher, who made his first Premier League start of the season deputising for Martin Skrtel, who was ill.
Chelsea's team included Ryan Bertrand at left-back - deputising for the injured Ashley Cole. Frank Lampard was also missing from the Blues team because of injury but manager Roberto Di Matteo says both could be fit within a week. Striker Daniel Sturridge came on for Fernando Torres in the second half, while Gary Cahill replaced Terry.
At Manchester City, who beat Tottenham 2-1, there was another injury scare when Spurs defender Kyle Walker was hurt and as a result withdrawn from the England squad to face Sweden on Wednesday.
In the game itself, England Under-21 defender Steven Caulker scored the opener for Spurs, but City replied through Sergio Aguero and Edin Dzeko to take the points.
Tom Huddlestone, later added to the England squad, and Aaron Lennon, who was withdrawn, also featured for Spurs with Jermain Defoe coming on from the bench. City featured Joe Hart in goal and Gareth Barry in midfield.
At Newcastle, Kevin Nolan hit a winner for West Ham while Andy Carroll was denied a second goal by a superb save from Tim Kruhl.