FULL-TIME: LIVERPOOL 1-0 SWANSEA
That's it, game over - Liverpool get the three points. A draw would probably have been a fairer result, but a fortuitous penalty means Klopp's side get the three points!
FULL-TIME: LIVERPOOL 1-0 SWANSEA
That's it, game over - Liverpool get the three points. A draw would probably have been a fairer result, but a fortuitous penalty means Klopp's side get the three points!
Bellerin's cross is eventually cleared, they attempt a break of their own with seconds remaining, but the referee blows for a full time. A disappointing result for Arsenal if you only consider the scoreline. An even worse one when you consider muscle injuries to Sanchez and Koscielny.
Odjidja on for Hoolahan, Jerome on for Grabban.
A good chance for Liverpool, who are playing some nice stuff. Milner has a shot but it flashes across goal, and Sturridge cannot get a touch on it at the far post.
Bennett heads a corner back across goal, Howson attempts an overhead kick, but it's just over. Redmond comes on to replace him.
Cech pulls off a great save as a cross comes off the back of Gabriel's head, pushing it behind for a corner.
STURRIDGE RETURNS! The striker replaces Benteke.
Bellerin receives the ball in the box, players waiting for a cross, and he miskicks into the side netting.
Jordan Henderson comes on for Roberto Firmino. Jack Cork arrives for Leon Britton.
GOAL! LIVERPOOL 1-0 SWANSEA! Milner goes down the middle, and the hosts have the lead!
PENALTY! This might be dubious. Ibe plays a ball into the box that appears to hit Taylor on the arm, and the linesman immediately flags. The referee initially ignores him, but then changes his mind!
Campbell is on for Sanchez.
Ramsey drives forward and is tackled from behind by O'Neil. Booking and a dangerous free kick, 25 yards out.
Cazorla is booked for a dive past O'Neil.
Half-chance for Swansea, and comes from a mistake by Lovren. Eder slips ahead of the defender inside the box to win the ball - it eventually falls to Ki, who smashes over the bar from 25 yards out.
Cazorla goes down injured as he clatters a player, unaware he was running past him to win a high ball.
We're back underway.
That's half time. Textbook Arsenal. See you in 15 minutes.
Wisdom whips in a cross to Hoolahan, steaming in at the back post, but he fires over the goal.
GOAL! Norwich City 1-1 Arsenal. Grabban scores - Brady fires in a pass into the box. He spins the falling Gabriel, and fires low into the near post.
Chance for Liverpool. Benteke is fouled by Bartley on the edge of the box, and now the home side have an inviting chance to curl a shot on target...
Brady comes inside from the left, and curls a shot towards the top corner that Cech palms away.
GOAL! Norwich City 0-1 Arsenal. Ozil scores - A Ruddy clearance finds Sanchez, who slips in Ozil down the left, and he chips a pass over the 'keeper.
Ozil takes a short free kick and Arsenal continue their patient approach. Cazorla picks up the ball outside the box, dribbles forward brilliantly, lays it off to his right to Sanchez, and his fierce drive is beaten behind by Ruddy.
Close again! Liverpool playing some nice stuff on occasions here. Ibe and Clyne combine nicely down the right before playing in Lallana, but Bartley gets across brilliantly to block a shot that looked goalbound.
O'Neil is back on. Ozil lifts a pass to Monreal on the wing, and Giroud slides in at the near post, sending his effort just wide.
Sanchez finds Monreal on the left, he fires a cross in at the near post, and Ozil's shot flicks off Bassong and over the bar.
Arsenal struggle to clear a cross, and Sanchez gets a foul off Hoolahan. Gabriel is on for Koscielny.
OFF THE POST! What a lucky escape for Swansea! Liverpool slice apart the visitors and Ibe ends up with a clear run on goal. He cuts across Bartley and the defender gets a toe on it ... but his interception runs past the goalkeeper and cannons away off the woodwork! Nearly a remarkable own goal!
Sanchez turns quickly after receiving a pass fro Koscielny, with his back to goal, and forces Ruddy into a smart stop at the near post.
Wenger in his coat, now zipped up, and Arsenal kick off.
That's full time. Both sides will be pleased with their overall performance, but West Ham will regret their inability to make the most of their first half chances, and West Brom will know their first half was a terrible effort.
Fletcher and Evans make clearances as the pressure builds agains. Then a high cross comes to Moses, and his hooked volley is just wide of the post.
Antonio on for Zarate.
Moses receives a pass on the right wing, and Evans appears to foul Moses, but the ref gives nothing. Yacob is now booked for a tackle from behind on Zarate to stop a break.
Jelavic on for Sakho. The corner comes to Zarate and his effort flies over.
Moses bursts from the midfield, straining his guts and lungs to hold off a challenge, and he slips in Sakho down the right. He aims his shot at goal, and Olsson's sliding challenge takes it into the side netting. Sakho then clutches his thigh, and looks set to leave the pitch.
Carroll comes on for West Ham for Obiang.
Fletcher lifts a cross to the back post, Rondon meets it a yard or so out, but Adrian rushes towards it, Schmeichel-starfish style, and pulls off a block.
Lambert's low, curling free kick to the near post, through the wall, is beaten away by Adrian for a corner. Nothing from it, as West Ham block two balls.
GOAL! West Ham United 1-1 West Brom. Lambert scores - A cross from Fletcher is headed out by Jenkinson. It comes to Lambert, whose shot is possibly going wide, but it strikes Reid's arm and beats Adrian.
The second half starts, West Ham kick off. Lambert is on for Sessegnon.
Myhill's goal kick brings the half time whistle. See you in 15 minutes.
Lanzini runs onto Zarate's pass inside the box, and his curling shot is beaten away by Myhill.
Lanzini robs Yacob in midfield, he runs towards goal and shoots early. The shot swirls in the air and flies off Myhill's shin.
Kouyate runs onto Cresswell's cross into the box, just outside the six-yard box, and he glances his effort wide of the far post.
Olsson has been booked for dissent in the aftermath of the goal.
GOAL! West Ham United 1-0 West Bromwich Albion. Zarate scores - He takes a couple of steps and fires in a shot that curls over the wall, into the top corner, so accurate that Myhill has little chance of reach it.
Fletcher finds Rondon on the edge of the box, and his shot whistles just wide of the far post, though Adrian probably had it covered.
Moses passes to Lanzini on the edge of the box, he dribbles, jinking inside, and tees up Zarate who fires into the side netting from a tight angle.
The match gets underway.
Azpilicueta is booked for time-wasting.
Second change for Chelsea as Ruben Loftus-Cheek replaces Pedro.
Chelsea finally make a change, with Willian coming off and Kenedy - not Diego Costa - coming on.
Second change for Tottenham as Heung-Min Son comes off to be replaced by Clinton N'Jie.
CHANCE: Brilliant save from Lloris as Hazard meets a floating Ivanovic cross with a sumptuous left-footed volley that looks for all the world as if it's going in.
CHANCE: Begovic makes his first save of the second half as Son initiates a slick one-two with Lamela and shoots first time as the ball drops, but his effort lacks power or direction.
Cheers ring around White Hart Lane as Michael Oliver books his first Chelsea player, penalising Matic for chopping down Eriksen on the halfway line.
TEAMS: West Ham: Adrian, Jenkinson, Reid, Ogbonna, Cresswell, Obiang, Kouyate, Zarate, Lanzini, Moses, Sakho. Subs: Spiegel, Tomkins, Song, Cullen, Antonio, Carroll, Jelavic. /// West Brom: Myhill, Dawson, McAuley, Olsson, Evans, Morrison, Fletcher, Yacob, McClean, Sessegnon, Rondon. Subs: Lindegaard, Gardner, McManaman, Lambert, Anichebe, Berahino, Chester.
Ryan Mason limps from the field and Tottenham make their first substitution, with Erik Lamela coming on.
Vertonghen becomes the fourth Tottenham player to be shown a yellow card by Michael Oliver for sliding in late on Hazard.
CHANCE: Willian swings in a pearl of a cross from deep and Zouma creeps round the back of the Tottenham defence to attack the ball, but the young Frenchman misses it by inches and Lloris gathers.
No changes for either side at half-time as Chelsea get things back under way.
Half-time at White Hart Lane and after a bright Tottenham start, Chelsea have showed real signs of improvement at both ends of the pitch in the absence of John Terry and Diego Costa.
Two additional minutes to be played at White Hart Lane and Walker clatters Azpilicueta after giving the ball away, forcing Michael Oliver to dish out another yellow card.
Kane brings down Willian as the Brazilian races over the halfway line on a Chelsea counter and earns himself a yellow card.
Rose earns himself a place in Michael Oliver's book with a rash and needless challenge on Hazard in the corner and Chelsea have a dangerous free-kick...
CHANCE: Dembele effortlessly jinks past Fabregas 25 yards out before unleashing a low drive that Begovic impressively gets down to parry wide for a corner.
CHANCE: Tottenham steady themselves with a spell of safe possession in their own half before working Kane into a crossing position on the right, and the England international fires an absolute peach onto the head of Son, but Begovic gets down to make a good save.
CHANCE: Hazard works himself into a dangerous pocket of space before finding Pedro with a crossfield pass, and the Spaniard uses the overlapping Azpilicueta as a decoy to unleash a fierce shot that flies just over.
CHANCE: An unlikely opportunity for Chelsea as Oscar clips in a hanging cross from the left and Hazard rises highest at the back post to power a header not too far over Lloris' crossbar.
CHANCE: A loose Fabregas pass allows Vertonghen to bring the ball upfield and the ball breaks for Kane on the edge of the box, but Begovic does well to keep his body behind the England international's deflected shot.
CHANCE: Tottenham are pushing forward early and an overlapping Rose supplies a low cross that sets up a collision between Begovic, Kane and Cahill. The ball spirals out of play for a corner and Begovic stays down, having taken a knock to the head.
And we're off! 'COME ON YOU SPURS' rings around White Hart Lane as the home side get things started.
That's full time. The teams share the points. Vardy has his 11th game in a row in which he's scored, and Louis van Gaal has the 70th game in a row when he has bored everyone.
United clear a free kick as far as Drinkwater on the edge of the box, and he fires a shot a couple of yards over the top corner.
Darmian heads on a ball into the path of Depay, and he can't bring it down quickly enough, firing well over.
De Laet on for Simpson.
Ulloa receives a ball from Fuchs, takes a step back onto his left, away from goal, and shoots over.
Manchester United replace the awful Rooney with Memphis.
Ulloa is slipped in, he comes onto his right to set up an easy shot in the box, and he scuffs it straight at De Gea.
Okazaki off for Ulloa.
Young curls in a cross on the right and Schweinsteiger forces a good save from Schmeichel. Rooney dives into it and sends a header wide of goal from a couple of yards out, getting a kick in the process.
The second half gets underway.
That's half time, see you in 15 minutes.
GOAL! Leicester City 1-1 Manchester United. Schweinsteiger scores -Corner on the right after Young's cross is headed behind by Drinkwater. Blind takes with his left, and he's left unmarked to head in from a couple of yards out.
Mahrez is slipped into the box on the inside left, and his low shot is blocked well by De Gea.
GOAL! Leicester City 1-0 Manchester United - Vardy scores - Mata's cross from the left is caught by Schmeichel. He releases the ball quickly as Leicester come down the right wing. Vardy splits the defence to run onto an excellent Fuchs through ball and finish calmly passed De Gea.
Young gets a yellow for pulling down Mahrez after Rooney failed to complete a simple pass for Mata to have a one-on-one.
Rooney receives the ball on the left. He edges into the box and tries to curl into the top corner only to find Schmeichel ready to stop.
United kick off.
Kevin Friend blows his whistle and brings an end to this madness. Bournemouth and Everton share the spoils after a quite remarkable final 20 minutes.
And that's it, Villa fail to equalise and lose 2-3 to their guests, Watford. They end the day on the same points they started with - five in 13 games.
GOAL! Bournemouth 3-3 Everton. Incredible! Eddie Howe's men have snatched a point from the jaws of defeat again and, once more, it's Stanislas to the rescue. The former West Ham youngster rises unmarked to nod another inviting Daniels cross from the left beyond Howard. Amazing finish to this game.
Final change for Everton as Darron Gibson replaces Arouna Kone.
GOAL! Bournemouth 2-3 Everton. It's a heartbreaker for the home side as Barkley capitalises on panic in the Cherries box to turn and fire a low shot that squirms under the body of Allsop. That, surely, is that.
Leicester City: Schmeichel; Simpson, Huth, Morgan (c), Fuchs; Mahrez, Kanté, Drinkwater, Albrighton; Okazaki, Vardy.
Subs: De Laet, King, Schlupp, Ulloa, Dyer, Schwarzer, Inler.
Manchester United: De Gea, Darmian, McNair, Smalling, Blind, Carrick, Schweinsteiger, Mata, Young, Rooney, Martial.
Subs: Romero, Borthwick-Jackson, Fellaini, Memphis, Pereira, Schneiderlin, Rashford.
An easy win for Crystal Palace, against a Newcastle side who looked not just shocked by taking the lead but genuinely upset by it, such was their rapid capitualtion.
GOAL! Crystal Palace 5-1 Newcastle United. McArthur scores - Bolasie eases past Gouffran. His cross inside is blocked by Lascelles but McAthur seizes on the rebound to finish low into the net.
CHANCE: Murray rises highest to meet a Ritchie corner and flicks the ball to Daniels, who has no time to react and spoons his header over the bar with the goal gaping.
GOAL! Bournemouth 2-2 Everton. The comeback is complete and you have to say it's been coming. Murray takes a quick free-kick, King beats Galloway and centres the ball low to Stanislas, who lashes the ball past Howard.
GOAL! Sinclair with the cross to j. Ayew who finds the net for Villa
Second change for Everton as Aaron Lennon comes on for Gerard Deulofeu.
Clark is disciplined for a tackle
Bamford on for WIckham.
PENALTY SHOUT: Everton are rocking and the Vitality Stadium is in uproar when Galloway appears to bring down Smith as the Bournemouth right-back surges into the Everton box again. Kevin Friend waves the appeals away and Gosling his booked for furiously confronting the referee.
GOAL! It's a third goal for Watford as Deeney finds the net with a lovely header. Quique Sanchez Flores looks happy with that.
GOAL! Bournemouth 1-2 Everton. The hosts have set up a frantic finish here and what a way to do it. Smith controls a half-cleared Ritchie corner on the edge of the box before hitting a swerving shot that kisses the inside of the post before flying in with Howard well beaten.
Gestede comes on for Gana
Souare is caught by Mbemba on the left wing as he runs across him, and he's booked.
Southampton make a change of their own, replacing Ward-Prowse with Juanmi.
Guedioura is brought on for Abdi
David Silva makes a welcome return from injury, replacing Sterling.
Final substitution for Bournemouth as Glenn Murray replaces the injured Harry Arter.
Cabaye comes off for Lee.
That's a yellow card for Capoue for a dodgy tackle on Traore
GOOOAAALLL!!! Kolarov drills a shot into the far corner to finish off a brilliant passing move by City. 3-1!
CHANCE: Daniels picks out Ritchie on the edge of the area with a low cross from the left but the Scotland international's first-time shot is straight down the throat of Howard.
Colback is replaced by De Jong, and Wijnaldum by Gouffran.
GOAL! And so has Hutton, scoring an Own Goal for Villa, from Deeney's cross to Ighalo
First change for Everton as James McCarthy, still feeling the effects of that earlier collision, is replaced by Tom Cleverley.
Aguero has picked up a knock and is replaced by Bony up top for City.
Zaha replaced by Jedinak.
Villa also take the opportunity to bring on Traore for Gil
Ward sprints forward from deep, down the inside right. Everyone backs off, and his strike it slapped against the bar by Elliot.
Arlauskis replaces injured Gomes, for Watford
Tadic bursts clean through on goal, but tries to dink his shot over the keeper, who makes the save. Long follows up with a decent effort of his own, but Caballero is straight back to his feet to make a second strong stop.
CHANCE: Lukaku beats the ground in frustration after missing a pinpoint Coleman cross by inches with the goal at his mercy.
It's Demichelis in the book this time, thanks to a crunching tackle on Long to halt a Southampton break.
Ward-Prowse goes into the book for a sloppy challenge on Sterling. It was hardly dangerous, but took the winger out without getting anywhere near the ball.
Puncheon curls in a pass for Bolasie's run into the box, and he slides in to send a shot over the bar.
Zaha's cross is headed to the edge of the box, and Puncheon volleys as he falls, sending a shot just over the bar,
GOOOAAALLL!!! Shane Long pulls one back for Southampton, rising high at the back post to nod home Mane's cross. 2-1!
CHANCE: Everton counter with numbers again and Barkley slides McCarthy into space in the penalty area, but the Republic of Ireland international tries to square the ball to Lukaku rather than shooting and Daniels makes the interception.
Southampton have made a change at the break, bringing on Tadic to replace Romeu in midfield.
City get the game back underway.
GOAL! Crystal Palace 4-1 Newcastle. Bolasie scores - Cabaye chips it to Delaney, who heads back across goal, and Bolasie rushes in to toe the ball past Hennessey.
Bournemouth get things back under way at the Vitality Stadium.
Ryan Allsop has, predictably, come on for Adam Federici at the break. Less predictably, Eddie Howe has also replaced Steve Cook with Adam Smith.
The game gets started, with Lascelles on for Perez.
And we're back, starting the second half with some quite messy play, here
It's half-time at the Vitality Stadium, where goals from Ramiro Funes Mori and Romelu Lukaku have put Everton firmly in control against Bournemouth, who may well have to replace the limping Adam Federici during the break.
That's half time. See you in 15 minutes.
GOAL! Crystal Palace 3-1 Newcastle. Zaha scores - Wickham beats Mbemba down the left, he floats a ball back to Zaha just inside the box, and his volley into the ground loops over Elliot into the top corner.
GOAL! Richards converts Veretout's free kick just outside the area - heading it into the back of the net
CHANCE: Bournemouth almost get themselves back into the game in fortunate circumstances as a Ritchie cross is missed by Howard and finds itself spinning towards the Everton goal, only to be cleared in the nick of time by Stones.
Zaha is tackled again by Dummett, winning a throw on the right. Ward takes, swaps passes with Bolasie. It comes to Zaha in the box and he theatrically leaps over a Dummett challenge and is booked for diving.
GOAL! Bournemouth 0-2 Everton. Eddie Howe throws his gum away in disgust as the visitors capitalise on a defensive lapse to double their lead. Deulofeu clips a ball into the area from the right and, having caught Cook on the wrong side, Lukaku controls the ball before hammering his 12th goal of the season beyond Federici at the near post.
Centre-back Fonte has been forced off with an injury. Caulker is on in his place, with Wanyama taking the captain's armband.
GOAL! Bournemouth 0-1 Everton. Another corner proves Bournemouth's undoing as Funes Mori rises highest to meet Barkley's latest inviting delivery and directs it into the top corner.
CHANCE: Everton are really pushing now, firing shots at will at the stricken Federici and the Bournemouth goalkeeper drops low to his left to deny McCarthy's low strike.
CHANCE: Lukaku meets Barkley's in-swinging corner with a powerful header but Federici sticks up a strong arm to stop it flying into the net over his head.
Van Dijk very nearly makes amends in spectacular fashion. The centre-back finds himself on the ball in the final third for some unspecified reason, but he takes advantage with a beautiful turn and a thunderous strike that crashes against the crossbar. What a strike!
CHANCE: Federici tested for the first time as Francis heads a dangerous Deulofeu cross weakly into the path of Kone, whose half-volley is parried away for a corner.
GOOOAAALLL!!! Fabian Delph scores, courtesy of a massive deflection off the heel of Van Dijk. 2-0 City.
GOAL: A flurry of activity in the box ends in a goal for Ighalo
GOAL! Crystal Palace 2-1 Newcastle. Bolasie scores - Wickham is slipped in by Zaha. He pulls the ball across the box and Zaha miscontrols, missing the ball, but it runs to Bolasie who strikes the ball through a crowd of defenders.
GOAL! Crystal Palace 1-1 Newcastle United - McArthur scores. A ball is rolled into his pass on the edge of the box. He looks to curl it inside the near post, but it deflects off Dummett, to the opposite side and past Elliot.
Southampton very nearly gift City a second. The ball is needlessly given away in central midfield and Aguero is played clean through on goal, but Stekelenburg comes flying off his line to make a great save.
CHANCE: King surges infield from the left flank, brushes off a challenge from Coleman and unleashes a fierce shot from just inside 25 yards that Howard dives to beat away.
SIssoko finds Cisse in the box and his shot is blocked. It comes back to Sissoko on the right, and his shot flicks off Souare for a corner on the right. Perez's corner is cleared to Anita, and Hennessey collects.
GOAL! Crystal Palace 0-1 Newcastle United. Cisse scores. Janmaat beats Puncheon on the right wing, he drives towards the box and dinks a ball into the box for Cisse's run towards the six-yard box, and he glances past the 'keeper.
GOOOAAALLL!!! Kevin de Bruyne opens the scoring for Manchester City, poking home from close range after Sterling won the ball on the left, burst into the box and put it on a plate for the Belgian.1-0 City!
Kolarov curls a beautiful left-footed shot towards the top corner, but Stekelenburg makes the save and then gathers the loose ball as both Otamendi and Fernandinho lunge in. Both City players ended up tangled in the back of the net.
No chances in the very early stages of the match.
Lukaku and Barkley get things under way on the South Coast and Everton work the ball around their back four.
Southampton get the game underway, kitted out in their usual red and white stripes. City are in sky blue and white as normal.
TEAMS: Crystal Palace: Hennessey; Ward, Dann, Delaney (c), Souare; McArthur, Cabaye; Zaha, Puncheon, Bolasie; Wickham. Subs: Speroni, Kelly, Ledley, Jedinak, Lee, Chamakh, Bamford. /// Newcastle United: Elliot, Janmaat, Mbemba, Coloccini, Dummett, Colback, Anita, Sissoko, Perez, Wijnaldum, Cisse. Subs: Darlow, Sterry, Lascelles, Gouffran, De Jong, Thauvin, Mitrovic.