FULL TIME: Swansea City 2 Tottenham Hotspur 2
FULL TIME: Swansea City 2 Tottenham Hotspur 2
FT: Arsenal 3-0 Manchester United. All over after 19 minutes. Superb display from Arsenal full of energy and vigour. United could not cope with Alexis Sanchez on the break and the Chilean's double and one from Mesut Ozil was enough to see the Gunners leapfrog United to sit second, just two points behind leaders Manchester City. What crisis?
SAVE LLORIS! He palms it onto the crossbar with his fingertips from Fernandez’s header. Great effort.
WOODWORK! Oxlade-Chamberlain hits the crossbar after being put through. Was a delightful chip, but just got a little bit too much on it.
Shot from Townsend deflected away and Swansea break. Yellow card for walker for a foul on Montero.
Swansea sub: Jack Cork comes on for Jonjo Shelvey.
Free kick and a yellow card as Vertonghen is booked for diving!
SPURS SUB: Dembele comes on for Kane as Townsend again shoots straight at the keeper.
TOWSNSEND CLOSE! He tries his luck 25 yards from goal and Fanianski is deceived but gets a leg on it to parry clear.
James Wilson gets his first action of the season for United, coming on in place of Mata.
Sanchez seems to be nursing an injury and Wengr takes no risks, immediately replacing him with Kieran Gibbs.
Swansea trying to take the sting out of this with some possession football. Clumsy challenge from Dier and he goes into the book.
Right footed shot from Alli palmed away from Fabianski! Spurs dominating but still the scores are level. They have a corner and Swansea visibly tiring.
Double change from Arsene Wenger. Walcott and the fantastic Ozil are replaced by Olivier Giroud and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. Both left to rapturous applause.
CHANCE! Good work from Monreal picks out Ozil in space on the edge of the box, but his powerful strike is straight at De Gea.
Swansea sub: Barrow comes on for Sigurdsson.
SAVE! Cech again to the rescue. Schweinsteiger's touch lets him down when played in, but the Arsenal stopper was out quickly to save at the feet of the German midfielder.
GOAL SPURS! Another beauty from Eriksen. What a free kick master he is, curling another one past Fabianski. Game on again. That’s his 24th goal on his 90th appearance.
SPURS SUB: Chadli comes off to be replaced by Clinton.
SAVE! In search of his first Premier League away goal since this fixture last season, Rooney has an effort at goal, but Cech gets two hands to it and beats the ball to safety.
Indeed Townsend does come on for Erik Lamela.
Rooney now goes into the book for a stupid challenge on the touchline. Unnecessary with little on for Arsenal.
Montero again attacks down the left flank and he looks the most dangerous option for Swansea. Davies with a clattering challenge on Ayew and that’s another yellow card.
Francis Coquelin is the next player to be cautioned for a foul on Rooney as the United captain countered.
CHANCE SWANSEA! Montero’s cross is headed wide from Gomis and he’ll think he should have done better. What a start to this second half. Defences certainly not on top!
No changes for either side at the break. Good save from Fabianski, blocking Harry Kane’s shot. Good start from Spurs!
Back underway here at the Liberty Stadium. That Harry Kane OG sliced into his own net has given Swansea the advantage. I’m sure there’s more goals in this one though.
Two changes for United. Marouane Fellaini and Antonio Valencia replace Darmian and Memphis. The visitors get us under way again.
HT: Arsenal 3-0 Manchester United. Form really does count for nothing sometimes. Arsenal have been mesmeric, United woeful. A disjointed United have been dismantled by the sheer pace of the Gunners on the counter. Two from star man Sanchez and one from Ozil has given the hosts a three-goal lead at the break, but how crucial could that save from Cech be at the end of the half?
HALF TIME: SWANSEA CITY 2-1 TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR
SAVE! He has had almost nothing to do, but Cech reacts brilliantly to smother Martial's effort at goal. Great turn by the Frenchman, but Cech was alert to save with his legs.
CHANCE! Should have been four! Wonderful clipped cross from Sanchez picks out Aaron Ramsey, who is unmarked, but he side-foots his volley over from close range.
GOAL SWANSEA! And Harry Kane is back amongst the goals. Unfortunately in the wrong net as he slices an attempted clearance into the back of his own net from the corner! Oh dear…
Darmian gets himself into the book for finally getting close enough to Sanchez to kick him.
GOAL SPURS! It’s a superb free kick from Eriksen who curls in his first of the season and Fabianski didn’t even move. May have skimmed off a head in the wall but still would have gone in.
Yellow card for Fernandez for a poor challenge on Alli, who gets gingerly to his feet. Deserved booking.
Young is the first player into the book. He has been exposed, with very little protection ahead of him. Arsenal on the counter are irresistible at times.
GOAL! Arsenal 3-0 Manchester United. Wow! Three inside 20 minutes. All Sanchez's doing. He skips through the challenge of Darmian onto his right foot, and fires the ball into the top corner. He's on a hat-trick already!
GOAL! A cross from Montero is headed in by Ayew coming in, timing his jump beautifully. No chance Lloris.
GOAL! Arsenal 2-0 Manchester United. What is going on? Theo Walcott cuts the ball back for Mesut Ozil to steer home and double the Gunners' lead in under seven minutes! United all at sea.
GOAL! Arsenal 1-0 Manchester United. What a start for the Gunners. A superb finish from Alexis Sanchez at the near post sends the home fans into raptures. United all over the place!
Referee Mike Dean blows the whistle to get us underway here at the Liberty Stadium. An intriguing encounter in store. Spurs in their away kit of navy blue.
Here's a recap on today's teams.
SWANSEA: Fabianski, Rangel, Fernandez, Williams (C), Taylor, Ki, Shelvey, Ayew, Sigurdsson, Montero, Gomis. SUBS: Nordfeldt, Tabanou, Bartley, Cork, Barrow, Routledge, Eder.
SPURS: Lloris (c), Walker, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Davies; Alli, Dier; Chadli, Eriksen, Lamela; Kane. SUBS: Vorm, Trippier, Wimmer, Carroll, Dembele, Townsend, Clinton
It ends Everton 1-1 Liverpool, the sixth draw in the last seven Premier League derbies between the sides.
Three minutes of additional time, as Atkinson shows a yellow card for the pair of them. The replay shows minimal contact - what a fuss about nothing.
Barkley's optimistic free-kick is awful, and hits the wall. Arouna Kone replaces Naismith up front for the home side. Liverpool bring on Joe Allen for the lucky man Lucas.
Adam Lallana replaces the impressive Ings for Liverpool.
McCarthy gets a yellow card for a late tackle on Milner on the touchline. The Ireland international gives Milner some abuse as he tries to help him up from the floor.
On comes the former Tottenham winger, for his third Everton appearance since his summer signing on a permanent deal from the North London club. Deulofeu is the man who makes way.
Half-time: The half ends with the score Everton 1-1 Liverpool.
GOAL: Everton 1-1 Liverpool. Lukaku drills home the loose ball with his left foot after Can's dreadful hack at Deulofeu's cross from the right.
GOAL: Everton 0-1 Liverpool. Ings steps off his defender in the area to head home his second league goal of the season from Milner's corner.
Referee Atkinson shows a yellow card to the pair of them, though Can continues to complain that it was all Barkley's fault.
Liverpool in red and white kick off the 225th Merseyside derby. An early touch for Reds' goalkeeper Simon Mignolet from an Emre Can backpass.
EVERTON: Howard, Browning, Jagielka, Mori, Galloway; McCarthy, Barry, Deulofeu, Barkley, Naismith, Lukaku. Subs: Robles, Gibson, Oviedo, Kone, Lennon, Osman, Holgate.///LIVERPOOL: Mignolet, Skrtel, Sakho, Can, Clyne, Moreno, Lucas, Milner, Coutinho, Ings, Sturridge. Subs: Bogdan, Gomez, Rossiter, Allen, Ibe, Lallana, Origi.
That's it for Chelsea, and maybe for Mourinho. A miserable day for him, but an impressive performance by Southampton and, especially, Sadio Mane. What an impressive performance from him, everything that could be asked from him, within reason.
Pelle is booked for a foul just outside the box.
Ward-Prowse is booked.
Rodriguez replaces Tadic.
Mane - who is absolutely the best player in the world at this specific moment, gets around Cahill and lays it off to Tadic in the box. He has an age to shoot, but puts it straight at Terry.
Matic off for Remy. He's lasted less than half an hour.
GOAL! Chelsea 1-3 Southampton. Pelle scores - Mane breaks down the middle, with Cahill and Terry back-pedalling. He slides the ball out right to Pelle, and drives a shot across the goal.
Mane is tripped by Matic. Imagine if United had him instead of Rooney. Pedro is on for Willian.
GOAL! Chelsea 1-2 Southampton. Mane scores - Mane spins Terry with the ball played into him, he has Begovic to beat and squeezes the ball through him.
Falcao is put through on goal, he wriggles around Fonte, takes a touch away from Stekelnburg, and he's obviously caught by the keeper. He's booked for diving, FFS.
Tadic slides a cross for Mane into the box, and his shot is saved by an outstretched Begovic. Mane has another chance and has a shot from a tight angle. Another chance comes to Mane, another shot is blocked, and then Ward-Prowse sends another effort wide.
Ward-Prowse for Romeu, and Matic for Ramires - changes for both sides.
Willian's free kick hits the wall, and it's half time. See you in 15 minutes.
GOAL! Chelsea 1-1 Southampton. Davis scores - A simple goal. A long ball to Pelle from deep, chested into the path of Davis, who cuts across the ball with a volley that edges inside the near post.
Ramires is booked for a tackle on behind on Mane.
Mane rides a tackle, slides a brilliant pass in for Betrand's run behind the defence, and his shot is blocked by Begovic for a corner.
Mane is booked for a different dive, but there's a chance Ivanovic caught him as well.
Mane takes a couple of touches in the box and launches himself to the ground. It should be a penalty as Ramires stands on his foot. Mane might get those penalties if he falls in a less ridiculous way.
Bertrand is booked for swinging a leg out at Willian after he was barged over. Lashing out was daft, and he might even had been sent off if the ref had a cob on.
Fabregas plays a one-two with Willian, he finds Oscar, who works his way into a shooting position using Fabregas to swap passes, and his shot on goal is easily held.
Davis is free on the right, with time to shoot as Terry slides across to cover, but his shot squeezes just wide of goal at the near post.
Ivanovic hauls Van Dijk to the ground as they both wait for a cross, but the referee gives nothing.
GOAL! Chelsea 1-0 Southampton. Willian scores - Another Willian goal from a free kick far from goal. He aims a shot at the top corner, curling in from about 35 or 40 yards, and the 'keeper is wrong-footed, expecting a cross. He can't get back in time to the shot, which clips the post before hitting the back of the net.
Hazard drives down the left, Romeu runs across to cover, and clips his heels. He's booked.
The match gets underway with Chelsea kicking off.
A superb, stunning 6-1 win for City. Five goals for Sergio Aguero as Manuel Pellegrini's side go back top of the table.
That's full time. West Ham will be disappointed with the draw having had a numerical advantage for so long, but pleased they seized on Sunderland's indiscipline to at least gain a point. As for Sunderland, this might no have been a defeat, but it was an especially dispiriting way to throw a potential win away.
FT Norwich 1-2 Leicester.
M'Vila off for Gomez.
The teams are in. Chelsea: Begovic; Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry (c), Azpilicueta; Ramires, Fabregas; Willian, Oscar, Hazard; Falcao. Subs: Blackman, Zouma, Baba, Matic, Loftus-Cheek, Pedro, Remy. /// Southampton: Stekelenburg, Cedric, Fonte (c), van Dijk, Bertrand, Romeu, Wanyama, S. Davis, Tadic, Mane, Pelle. Subs: Davis, Yoshida, Long, Rodriguez, Martina, Ward-Prowse, Juanmi.
Watford make their final change, with Abdi departing to be replaced by Guedioura.
Mangala is going to pick up a book after crashing into a late challenge on Mitrovic. No complaints from the City central defender.
Diouf has still not been able to stand up since being helped from the field and a stretcher is being taken down the touchline towards the stricken Stoke striker. That doesn't look good.
Toivonen off for Larsson. Fletcher off for Rodwell.
Vardy has a chance to make sure of the three points but after jinking this way and that he drags his effort wide from inside the box.
An injured Diouf is helped from the field. On comes Joselu for the final few minutes.
PENALTY SAVED! Murray's effort is poor and Gomes dives to his left to parry it out before Cathcart clears. Watford breathe again.
PENALTY BOURNEMOUTH: Smith twists and turns before going down in the area under a Capoue challenge and Oliver points to the spot. It looked soft but Murray has a chance to be the hero...
CHANCE: Cook attempts a brilliant bicycle-kick from just outside the penalty area and only the fingertips of a flying Gomes prevent his effort finding the top corner.
Claudio Ranieri cuts a worried figure on the side as Vardy is taken from the pitch by the medical staff.
Zarate on for Noble.
A hobbling Anya signals that his day is done and leaves the field to be replaced by Paredes at right-back.
Iheanacho introduced for City as Silva departs the scene to some predictable scenes of hero worship.
Lanzini sprints down the pitch for 30 yards uninterrupted, and he leaps over Coates, who just catches him with his leg. Coates is booked.
Sherwood makes his last roll of the dice. Off comes Westwood, replaced by Gil.
Jenkinson is booked, a late hack on Jones down the left wing.
CHALKED OFF! Ulloa thinks he's scored but the goal has been rightly ruled out for a push on Jerome by Ulloa, who reeled away in celebration thinking he'd scored.
Leicester sub: Ulloa on, Okazaki off.
GOAL! Norwich 1-2 Leicester: Mbokani scores for Norwich! The early cross comes in from the left and, as the Leicester defence step out too late, Mbokani scores with a neat flick, sending the ball into the bottom corner. What an impact by the substitute.
O'Kane replaces King as Bournemouth look to regain control of the midfield, while Watford go to a more attacking formation, introducing Ibarbo in place of Nyom.
Cheick Tiote and Florian Thauvin take over from Moussa Sissoko and Yoan Gouffran. Damage limitation when the damage has already been done really.
Mark Hughes makes another change, withdrawing the goalscorer Arnautovic and bringing on Van Ginkel.
Silva with a superb pice of skill to play in De Bruyne. Almost number seven as the Belgian youngster fires a shot wide of goal.
CHANCE: Anya races in from the right and latches onto Abdi's incisive pass but his shot is beaten away by Boruc for a corner that comes to nothing.
Collins on for Tomkins.
Changes coming here. Bony takes over from Aguero for the last 35 minutes. Five goals for Aguero in a 6-1 lead for City.
Leicester sub: Inler on, Simpson off.
Noble seems to smash his forearm straight into Borini. It's a ridiculous challenge, and the ref doesn't even give him a booking, let alone a straight red. Noble had already been booked, and should be off. A farce.
GOAL! Aguero again with the finish. Would you believe this? Another delightful move from City with De Bruyne playing provider for Aguero to finish. 6-1. And more to come here.
A ball to the back post just misses Sakho, then runs to Jelavic, but neither of them can squeeze in Payet's cross.
GOAL! Sunderland 2-2 West Ham. Payet scores - Lanzini fires in from 30 yards, and Pantilimon witlessly flaps at the ball that he could catch. Payet seizes on the rebound to place the ball past the 'keeper.
GOAL! Aguero with a stunning finish from the edge of the box. That is a brilliant run and hit from the Silva pass. Mbemba left for dead. 5-1 now.
Norwich sub: Mbokani on, Jarvis off.
Aguero with another effort at goal from the Kolarov cross. Hits the outside of the post this time. City really in the mood whenever the mood takes them to move up the pitch.
Jelavic on for Moses.
Villa also make a change. Off goes Sinclair and on comes Ayew.
RED CARD! Jeremain Lens has been sent off. He rashly dives into a slide tackle with Reid, scissoring his legs, and earns his second yellow.
It's a like-for-like change for the Potters as Afellay replaces Bojan.
Bournemouth make the first change of the game, replacing Marc Pugh with Adam Smith.
Villa very nearly pull one back straight away as an unmarked Richards rises inside the area, but his header slides inches wide.
GOAL! De Bruyne with an exceptional finish from the Navas cross. A brilliant hooked finish, and that is suddenly a 4-1 lead. Four goals in seven minutes. City heading back to the top of the table.
GOOOAAALLL!!! Arnautovic opens the scoring for Stoke. He's left in acres of space on the edge of the area and controls a fizzed pass well before sliding his finish past the onrushing Guzan. 1-0 Stoke.
CHANCE: Watford within inches of a second goal as the ball drops to Watson in the Bournemouth area and the former Wigan Athletic midfielder crashes a brilliant effort off the crossbar with Boruc beaten.
GOAL! Aguero with a clinical finish from the De Bruyne pass through the middle. Newcastle defence all over the place. City lead 3-1.
Norwich sub: Redmond on, Dorrans off.
CHANCE: A confident Ighalo twists the blood of Distin in the left channel but his eventual shot is blocked away.
GOAL! Aguero sees the ball comes off Gouffran before winding up in the corner of the net. Just what City needed. They lead 2-1.
GOAL! Norwich 0-2 Leicester: Schlupp makes it 2-0, capping a fine Leicester counter-attack. The Foxes turn defence into attack in emphatic style and Schlupp sells Ruddy a dummy before firing into the bottom corner. Lovely goal.
Payet fires straight at the 'keeper. Jones was booked for the earlier challenge, by the way.
CHANCE! Fuchs almost heads into his own goal under pressure from Cameron, less than 30 seconds into the second half. That's as close as Norwich have come all afternoon.
Change at the break for City with Raheem Sterling departing to be replaced by Jesus Navas for the home team. Injury to Sterling you would imagine.
Sunderland hold on for the first minute.
SECOND HALF. We're back underway.
Off we go then in the second half of this match.
The hosts have indeed made a change at the break. On comes the '£60m man' Jack Grealish, replacing Lescott.
Villa get the second half underway.
Watford get us back under way, attacking from right to left.
That's half time. See you in 15 minutes.
Fernandinho with a late challenge on Perez. Sterling then tries to beat Janmaat for pace before being fouled out wide. A late chance for City in the half as Janmaat heads the Silva free-kick behind his own goal. And that is the last action of the half. 1-1 at the break.
It's half-time at Dean Court, where a moment of madness from Artur Boruc has allowed Odion Ighalo to cancel out Glenn Murray's first Bournemouth goal and ensure two of the Premier League's new boys enter the break on level terms.
HT Norwich 0-1 Leicester. The Foxes good value for their lead at the break.
That's the end of the first half action at Villa Park, where Stoke have dominated but the score remains goalless.
Okazaki gets into a good position again, but drags his shot-cum-shot across the face of the Norwich goal. Leicester could - and quite possibly should - be two up here.
GOAL! Sunderland 2-1 West Ham. Jenkinson scores - Moses jinks down the left, into the box, and pulls back a cross for Jenkinson to thunder past Pantilimon.
GOAL! Bournemouth 1-1 Watford. Another goal out of nothing and it's a howler from Boruc. The former Southampton goalkeeper gifts the ball to Ighalo and the Nigerian calmly sells him several dummies before passing the ball into an empty net.
Now Capoue goes down after a Murray challenge and this time Oliver decides to book the former Crystal Palace striker. Replays show Capoue stepped on Murray's foot during the first clash between the two men.
GOAL! Aguero tucks away a header as Fernandinho heads back across goal from the Silva header for the Argentina forward to net. All too easy really for City. They are back at 1-1.
Cattermole is booked for a late tackle on Payet earlier in the game. It's been zesty.
Another chance for Borini, running past three defenders before sending a curling shot just wide of the post.
Borini is through on goal after Fletcher flicks the ball into the path of his run, and he sidefoots wide of goal - but only just.
Cresswell now booked for a sliding challenge on Lens.
Zabaleta is on the deck, and in a spot ot trouble after a late challenge by Anita, who is going to be booked for that one.
Arnautovic thinks he's given Stoke the lead, prodding a Bojan cross past a helpless Guzan... but the flag was up. That's a tight call, to say the least!
Nathan Redmond was ready to come on, but Hoolahan has made a miraculous recovery and Redmond has got the training top on again. Hoolahan probably won't go the distance though...
Fernandinho feeds Aguero, who slams a shot inches wide of Krul's left hand post. The Newcastle goalkeeper got his angles spot on there.
Wes Hoolahan limping badly. More bad news for the home side...
Lens slides into Cresswell on the left wing, and goes straight through him after Cresswell offloads. That's a booking.
SO CLOSE! Leicester almost go 2-0 up! Albrighton beats his man and delivers a superb low cross across the face of the Norwich goal that only needs a touch, but the outstretched Schlupp can't quite get the touch it needs.
GOAL! Norwich 0-1 Leicester: Vardy sends Ruddy the wrong way from the spot and Leicester lead.
GOAL! Bournemouth 1-0 Watford. Ritchie and Francis combine well down the right and the Scotland international clips a delightful cross in that Murray glances beyond Gomes and into the top corner. A goal out of nothing.
PENALTY! Vardy is brought down by Bassong in untidy fashion. It's not clear cut, but Mark Clattenburg has given it. A silly challenge to make, but was it a penalty? Possible not.
Hart this time rescues City with a fine diving block from the Mitrovic shot. Excellent stuff from Hart in the home goal.
There's panic in the Stoke defence as a Westwood corner is whipped into the mixer. Gestede drags the tallest defenders to the front post, leaving Lescott at the back stick. He forces a good save from Butland, but the whistle had already gone for a foul.
John O'Shea flicks on a corner at the near post, and Adrian flicks up a hand to palm it away, and keep his side in the game.
GREAT SAVE! Ruddy makes a brilliant stop to keep Leicester out! The long throw by Fuchs is nodded down by Vardy to Albrighton, who miscues. But the ball comes out to Drinkwater - only for Ruddy to make a superb save from point blank range!
Glorious chance for Mitrovic to add a second goal, but he nods over the bar from 10 yards with City all over the shop at the back. Real chance not taken.
VITAL BLOCK! Schlupp shrugs off two Norwich challenges before unleashing a powerful shot at goal - but Russell Martin throws himself at the ball at te expense of a corner.
Reid flicks out a solid leg at Fletcher in the centre circle to stop a break, and is rightly booked.
GOAL! Sunderland 2-0 West Ham. Lens scores - M'Vila seizes on a defensive error from West Ham, M'Vila quickly passes forward to Lens, who pulls off a toe-poked dink over Adrian from the edge of the box.
CHANCE! Swift Leicester counter-attack catches Norwich cold. Vardy drives into the box, sells Howson a dummy, but Ruddy stops at his near post as Vardy tries to squeeze the ball inside the post.
Borini is absolutely flattened by Tomkins after Fletcher nutmegs a defender with a pass into the box, but the referee gives nothing. It's a block more than anything, but it looked dramatic.
Charlie Adam, take a bow. The midfielder loves a shot from the halfway line, but this one was well inside his own half and had Guzan scrambling backwards to fingertip the shot around the post. The Villa fans stand to applaud the keeper, but truthfully that would have been a spectacular goal and probably deserved to go in.
GOAL! Mitrovic scores with a header for the visiting side. City caught napping, and the visitors cannot believe their luck. Finish from eight yards.
Lanzini breaks from deep with the Sunderland defence backing off. He has room for a shot from 35 yards out, and he fizzes a shot just wide, though Pantilimon had it covered.
Borini pulls off down the inside right of the box, and slams a shot into the side netting at the near post.
GOAL! Sunderland 1-0 West Ham. Fletcher scores - The free kick is played back a little, across the box, by M'Vila, and Fletcher hooks his shot at goal that beats Adrian with power and pace.
Tettey has stayed down after that tussle with Drinkwater. He's holding his shoulder and looks in some discomfort.
Krul manages to halt the De Bruyne free-kick before scrambling back to his feet to save from Fernando on the rebound. So close to an opening goal for City. Newcastle clear the danger. Frantic stuff.
CHANCE! Okazaki heads over from inside the six yard box after Drinkwater outmuscled Tettey and crossed for the Japan star with ease.
Diouf plays a clever through-ball to put Bojan into space, but Richards does brilliantly as the last man to cover the ground and put in a block at full-stretch. That was kamikaze defending from Villa and it’s hardly surprising that Richards shakes his head in disappointment at the rest of his back four.
Moussa Sissoko with an early shot at the City goal, but ball a few yards over the bar. Was worth the effort, but volley always rising.
CHANCE! Jerome blazes the ball over from the edge of the box after Hoolahan teed him up perfectly. Jerome won't need telling that he should have hit the target there.
O'Shea slides into Payet to tackle cleanly, and as Sunderland break, Toivonen is tripped by Noble just over the halfway line. He's booked.
Off we go then at the Etihad Stadium. Pitch looking remarkably green out there.
West Ham haven't scored yet, so that's a bright start for Sunderland,
Bournemouth get us under way, kicking from right to left.
Stoke City get the game underway, kitted out in their usual red and white stripes. Villa are also in their familiar home colours.
KICK OFF. We're underway in sunny Norwich!
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All over at Selhurst Park. A stunning performance from Palace as they move up to third in the Premier League table.
Joe Ledley has taken over from the magnificent Zaha. Almost time up in this one-sided contest.
GOAL! Cabaye sends Myhill the wrong way from the penalty spot. Superb finish from the spot-kick. And that is that. A 2-0 lead for Palace.
PENALTY TO PALACE! Late challenge by Brunt on Zaha. Sums up his day really. Can have few complaints about that.
Yacob goes into the book as does Zaha, who pushes the West Brom player. Zaha very fortunate to escape a red for lifting his arms.
Campbell has been booked. Not sure if he has been done for a spot of diving or for a handling offence. But he is in the book.
A change coming for Palace as Fraizer Campbell takes over from Gayle.
TEAMS: Sunderland: Pantilimon, Jones, Yedlin, O’Shea, Coates, Cattermole, M’Vila, Toivonen, Lens, Borini, Fletcher. Subs: Mannone, Van Aanholt, Brown, Larsson, Rodwell, Gomez, Defoe. /// West Ham: Adrian, Jenkinson, Reid, Tomkins, Cresswell, Noble, Kouyate, Moses, Payet, Lanzini. Sakho. Subs: Randolph, Zarate, Obiang, Collins, Jelavic, Antonio, Oxford.
Callum McManaman has been introduced for the visitors to take over from James Morrison, who is carrying an injury. West Brom need a goal here.
GOAL! Bolasie with the header at the back post from the Cabaye cross. Lovely cross from Cabaye. And that is a fine finish. A 1-0 lead for Palace. Finally.
A booking for Chester after he drags down Gayle. Ill-advised challenge really. Taking one for the team.
Some lovely stuff from Zaha to go beyond Brunt from the Cabaye ball. Picks out Puncheon, but he is leaning back as he lifts the ball well over the bar.
Cabaye is on the deck, and has been caught by Gardner. Looks like he has gone over on his ankle. The midfielder needing some treatment.
Craig Gardner has taken over for Berahino for the visiting side. Talk about fraternising with defensive instincts. This is okay for West Brom as long as they don't concede.
West Brom get the second half off and running. All to play for in this second period.
There goes the whistle for the break. It is 0-0 at half-time. Palace well on top, but have yet to find a goal.
Some excellent stuff from Zaha again. Torturing Brunt out wide. Fires a shot at goal, but Myhill stands tall to make another impressive stop.
Zaha goes beyond Brunt again. Some stunning wing play. Fires the shot at goal, but Myhill stands tall to make a solid stop at his near post.
Cabaye with a blistering hit from 30 yards. Straight into the arms of Myhill after Brunt had did well to cover back to head clear the Souaré cross.
Brunt needing a spot of treatment after he collided with Zaha. Blood coming from the nose of Brunt after he was caught late in sending a shot well over. Accidental.
A booking for Souaré after he goes in late on McClean out wide. Can have few complaints about that.
James Chester has been thrown on for West Brom to take over from Evans.
McClean goes into the book for taking out Souaré with a late crunching tackle on the slide. Can have few complaints about Jon Moss taking action there.
Off we go then. Palace get the ball rolling at Selhurst Park. The home side knocking the ball around at the back.
WEST BROMWICH ALBION: Myhill; Dawson, Evans, McAuley; Brunt, Yacob, McLean, Morrison, Fletcher; Rondón, Berahino... Subs: Lindegaard; Chester, Gamboa, Gardner, McManaman, Lambert, Anichebe.
CRYSTAL PALACE: Hennessey; Kelly, Hangeland, Dann (c), Souare; McArthur, Cabaye; Zaha, Puncheon, Bolasie; Gayle... Subs: McCarthy, Mariappa, Ledley, Gray, Sako, Bamford, Campbell