FT: Leicester 1-1 Arsenal. Ulloa earns the Foxes a great point after Sanchez had opened the scoring. Arsenal need a striker and paid the price for failing to take their chances.
Chance for Vardy! Good save by the keeper. A lightning break by the Foxes catches Arsenal out and the substitute latches onto a pass to fizz a low shot on the run at goal. Good hands from Szczesny.
CHANCE. Cazorla curls a fine cross into the area for Sanogo, but again the striker contrives to head over. It's been a tough day for him.
The hosts roar down the right through Mahrez who plays it to Ulloa in the box. The Argentine tees up Nugent who sees his low attempt blocked. It looked to heading for the far corner. Unlucky.
SAVE! Monreal powers forward down the left on the counter and slips a fine ball through for Sanogo, who sees his low attempt brilliantly beaten away by Schmeichel.
CLOSE! Ulloa finds space on the left of the area, cuts inside Chambers and then dinks the ball beyond Szczesny with a disguised attempt that floats just past the near post. Wonderful skill - but he should have scored.
Sanogo volleys a decent cross along the six-yard box from the right but there is no-one on hand to convert. Arsenal regain possession with Sanchez on the left and Cazorla then tumbles as he tries to turn. PENALTY? There was contact but the referee says no.
KICK OFF! Leicester restart the game. The Foxes have won just one of their last 10 PL home matches at the break (D7-L2) - Arsenal have lost just one of the last 16 away PL matches when they have been level at this stage (W1-D5).
HT: Leicester 1-1 Arsenal. Sanchez's first PL goal cancelled out by Ulloa's bullet header. See you in 15.
Arsenal sub: Chambers on for the injured Koscielny.
GOAL! Leicester are level almost immediately. Schlupp makes a great run down the left and fires over a pinpoint cross that Ulloa rises to bullet home with a fine header. 1-1.
GOAL! Arsenal lead. Sanchez fires in his first PL goal after Sanogo failed to put away Cazorla's delicious scooped pass.
KICK OFF! Arsenal get us underway.
FULL-TIME: Aston Villa 2-1 Hull City. That's our lot at Villa Park. The hosts hold on!
FT: Spurs 0-3 Liverpool. The Reds mark Mario Balotelli's debut with a resounding 3-0 success as Tottenham's 100 per cent start comes to an end.
IT'S ALUKOOOO! Guzan beats his shot into the ground. Good stop.
WIDE! It's Bent's big moment, but he squeezes a shot wide.
Spurs have a good shout for a penalty. Lovren has a clear hold of Adebayor's shirt. It's not given but should have been.
YELLOW! Quinn gives Clattenburg a ticking off (yep, that way round) despite clearly clouting Grealish.
Villa sub: Agbonlahor is applauded off the pitch by all four corners of the ground. Darren Bent joins the action.
HANDBAGS! Jelavic gets a booking for a silly foul. Everyone's unhappy.
SAVE! Livermore has a crack from distance. Tipped over.
CHANCE! Delph dances through the Hull defence, elects to go alone with Grealish in space on his left and drags a shot wide. Poor finish, but the midfielder has been superb today.
Half chance! McShane's header lands on the roof of the net.
Villa sub: Richardson departs for Jack Grealish.
GOAL! Villa 2-1 Hull. Jelavic's tame header flicks off Aly Cissokho and rolls into the corner. So undeserved.
Sterling booked for Liverpool for a late tackle.
Hull sub: Sonny Aluko for Huddlestone.
Sterling slaloms past three Spurs defenders to go one-on-one with Lloris, but then stabs a weak toe-poke straight at the keeper. It should be four.
Sturridge jinks in from the right side of the area and fires in a low effort that Lloris pushes past the near post.
Villa sub: Carlos Sanchez takes the spot of N'Zogbia.
LIVERPOOL SUBS: Balotelli replaced by Markovic and Can on for Allen.
GOAL! Moreno wins the ball in his own half off Townsend, who has a nightmare first touch, and rampages towards goal. The Spaniard surges into the box and drills a low shot in off the far post. Not bad for a left back!
Hull sub: Brady is on for Ince.
DOUBLE SPURS SUB: Townsend on for Eriksen and Dembele on for Bentaleb.
One change to bring you up-to-date with: Davies was replaced by Liam Rosenior at the break.
GOAL! 2-0 to Liverpool. Gerrard steps up and drills a low shot into Lloris' bottom right-hand corner. The Spurs stopper got fingers to it, but it was well struck and the Reds double their lead.
PENALTY to Liverpool! Allen latches onto Sturridge's pass and goes down under a challenge by Dier.
We're back. And Villa are attacking already.
KICK OFF! Liverpool restart the match.
The set-piece is defended admirably and that's our lot from the first period. Villa lead 2-0 at the break.
HT: Spurs 0-1 Liverpool. Sterling's early opener separates the sides. Balotelli has had chances to mark his bow with a goal, but so far he's failed to ignite.
SAVE! Chadli wanders onto a long ball over the top that both Liverpool centre backs miss and smashes a shot straight at Mignolet. The Reds keeper pushes it over the top, but he should be scoring there. Woeful defending by Sakho and Lovren who each went up for it with Adebayor.
POST! Westwood whips a right-footed effort over the wall and watches it smash against the woodwork. So close to a third. Villa have been superb in this opening period.
YELLOW! And Davies goes into the book for that challenge.
BIG SAVE! It's Agbonlahor... McGregor saves with his feet. Hull hanging on.
GOAL! Villa 2-0 Hull. Wiemann sweeps into the bottom corner after being found by Richardson. Dawson made to pay for that error!
Manquillo goes into the book for a late foul on Rose. The referee had let play go on, but a break in play gives him the chance to go back and issue the caution.
LIVERPOOL CHANCE! Balotelli turns and plays a fine ball through for Sterling. Lloris races out of his goal but clears straight to the Italian who gets his 40-yarder towards an empty net all wrong, much to the delight of the Spurs fans.
It's Huddlestone... Takes a deflection off Andreas Wiemann... And just wide.
LIVERPOOL CHANCE. Gerrard curves a free kick from the left to the far post where Balotelli gets free once more, but this time he heads wide.
GOAL! Aston Villa 1-0 Hull. Agbonlahor swivels inside the area and plants a low shot into the bottom corner.
Liverpool break once again and Sturridge jinks past his man before fizzing a 20-yard shot just wide. Good effort.
It should be 1-1. Adebayor races clear of a static Liverpool rearguard to latch onto Betaleb's pass but loops his lob wide of the post.
GOAL! Liverpool lead. Sterling arrives at the far post to tuck home at the near post after lovely combination down the right from Sturridge and Henderson. The latter teases a low ball across the six-yard box and the 19-year-old does the rest.
BALOTELLI CHANCE! He should score! Sturridge clips a lovely ball in from the left and picks out Mario who forces the save out of Hugo Lloris with a downward header. Either side and that was 1-0.
CLIPS THE BAR! Delph crashes a shot against the top corner of the woodwork after ghosting into the penalty area.
KICK OFF! Spurs get the match underway aiming to maintain their 100 per cent PL record. Liverpool are looking to avoid back-to-back PL defeats for the first time since December 2013.
Mark Clattenburg gives a sharp blow of his whistle. Permission to begin. Hull City get us going.
TEAMS – Aston Villa: Guzan, Vlaar, Senderos, Hutton, Cissokho, Delph, Westwood, Richardson, N’Zogbia, Weimann, Agbonlahor… Subs: Given, Baker, Bacuna, Cole, Bent, Sanchez, Grealish /// Hull City: McGregor, Dawson, Davies, McShane; Elmohamady, Huddlestone, Livermore, Quinn, Robertson, Ince, Jelavic. Subs: Harper, Rosenior, Bruce, Meyler, Brady, Sagbo, Aluko.
TEAMS - SPURS: Lloris; Dier, Kaboul, Vertonghen, Rose; Bentaleb, Capoue; Chadli, Eriksen, Lamela; Adebayor. Subs: Friedel, Chiriches, Davies, Dembele, Holtby, Townsend, Kane. /// LIVERPOOL: Mignolet, Manquillo, Moreno, Lovren, Sakho, Gerrard, Allen, Henderson, Sterling, Sturridge, Balotelli... Subs: Jones, Enrique, Toure, Lambert, Coutinho, Can, Markovic.
The referee takes mercy on our hearts and whistles for full-time. What a ridiculous game.
GOAL! Everton 3-6 Chelsea. Mikel robs a loose pass from Besic, strides forward and sends a back heel left for Costa. His stepover puts Distin on the floor, and he then fires into the corner.
Besic is on for Lukaku.
Fabregas is subbed off in place of Drogba.
Barry finds Baines on the left. And he's tackled.
Luis is being replaced by Luis as Mourinho tries to improve his side's defence.
Mirallas hits the bar! He volleys a shot towards goal and there's a great save from Courtois. Fabregas is booked for hacking Eto'o by the bar.
GOAL! Everton 3-5 Chelsea. Ramires scores. Hazard lingers outside the box, gives the ball to Ramires. He plays a one-two with Matic towards the six yard box and he pokes a shot past Howard.
GOAL! Everton 3-4 Chelsea. Eto'o scores on his debut. Baines curls a free kick into the box to Eto'o, just inside the box, and he sends in a brilliant header into the corner.
Mikel replaces Willian.
GOAL! Everton 2-4 Chelsea. Matic scores. Matic receives the ball on the edge of the box, slams a shot towards goal that flicks off Distin's subs and into the corner.
GOAL! Everton 2-3 Chelsea. Naismith scores. McGeady skips inside from the right, lays the ball off for Naismith's run into the box and uses the outside of his right foot to send the ball past Courtois.
Howard is booked for reacting angrily to Costa's celebration. He grabs him by the scruff of the neck. I wonder what happened there. Costa seems like a provocative man.
GOAL! Everton 1-3 Chelsea. Coleman scores an own goal. Hazard kills the ball on the left, and Chelsea play keep ball in Everton's half. He drives towards the byline, skips past a couple of challenges brilliantly and his cross is turned past the 'keeper by Seamus Coleman.
Ramires clips Naismith as he starts a run towards goal, and is booked for the challenge. Everton have a free kick to the left, 25 yards out.
Coleman has riled Costa into another reaction, and Costa is booked. Seconds later Costa wins a free kick from Coleman.
Costa has another shot, stealing in on the corner of the six yard box, but he can only aim at the near post.
Diego Costa is slipped through down the left, Distin playing him onside, and Costa tries to slip the ball around Howard, who sticks out a leg for a great save.
The second half gets underway. No goals conceded by Everton so far, but after an Everton break Lukaku blasts a shot miles over.
That's half-time. See you in 15 minutes.
GOAL! Everton 1-2 Chelsea. Mirallas scores. Coleman is left free on the right, he clips a cross inside, and Mirallas gets ahead of his marker, glancing the ball into the far side of the goal.
Mirallas tries to curl a shot into the top corner, but he doesn't catch it quite right, and it's too close to Courtois.
Willian curls in a cross that Baines clears, Matic finds Fabregas, who strides across the box and has a shot deflected behind by Distin. It had wrong-footed Howard, but was just a couple of yards wide.
Mirallas makes up ground on the left, Everton then shift the ball to the right win for Coleman, he drags the ball back to Naismith from the byline, but his shot is blocked. A good chance for Everton.
Naismith receives the ball 25 yards out, he swivels onto his left and sends a shot just wide of the goal.
GOAL! Everton 0-2 Chelsea. Ivanovic scores. Chelsea are champions. Ramires scoops the ball to Costa, he sends the ball back inside to Ramires, he slips the ball a couple of yards forward to Ivanovic, marginally offside, and he drags the ball past Howard.
GOAL! Everton 0-1 Chelsea. Costa scores. The game gets underway with Chelsea keeping the ball in defence and midfield. They come forward, Jagielka steps up to play offside, but Fabregas sends a pass forward for Costa to angle his run towards, played on by Baines, and he sends a low shot past Howard.
FULL TIME - NEWCASTLE 3-3 CRYSTAL PALACE. The whistle blows and we have an early contender for game of the season here at St James' Park! a topsy turvy game finally ends as both side share the spoils. Dwight Gayle's goal after 30 seconds was cancelled out by Daryl Janmaat's toe poke on 37 minutes but after the break Jason Puncheon was given too much space to shoot and put the Eagles ahead. Enter Rolando Aarons, the 18-year-old scored his first goal on his debut and then set up Mike Williamson on 88 minutes after his curling shot hit the woodwork. Just as Alan Pardew's men thought they had all three pooints, Wilfried Zaha - making his second debut for Palace, smashed a low shot into Tim Krul's net to deny the toon army a win.
WHAT A GAME! ZAHA HAS EQUALISED FOR PALACE! The winger meets a nod down in the box and smashes a low shot past Krul to secure a point for the visitors! Amazing scenes at St James' Park!
Full-time! And the cheers from the Stoke fans are resounding.
FULL-TIME: West Ham 1-3 Southampton. A superb second-half from Southampton ensures the points are heading south. Unsurprisingly, boos ring out at Upton Park.
And that is it! QPR get the points after being under siege in the second half. A great performance and their first win of the season!
And that is full-time, it finishes Swansea 3-0 West Brom. Routledge's goal is one to look out for.
Giaccherini is booked for diving as Barton tries to head the ball on the floor and the Italian goes down. The ref blows for a foul but points the other way. Think he just about got that right.
TEAMS: Everton: Howard, Baines, Distin, Jagielka, Coleman, Barry, McCarthy, McGeady, Naismith, Mirallas, Lukaku. Subs: Joel, Gibson, Besic, Osman, Stones, Alcaraz, Eto'o. /// Chelsea: Courtois, Azpilicueta, Terry, Cahill, Ivanovic, Matic, Fabregas, Ramires, Willian, Hazard, Costa. Subs: Cech, Luis, Zouma, Drogba, Mikel, Schurrle, Salah.
GOAL FOR NEWCASTLE! What a difference Rolando Aarons has made! The winger cuts inside, chips a lovely shot onto the post but his team mate Williamson is on hand to tap it home on the rebound!
Final change for QPR as Fer comes off for Taarabt. Walks off, as expected.
Fer does brilliantly to spin Cattermole before laying in Zamora. He then slides Traore across the line. His shot on his right foot though flies wide.
GOAL! West Ham 1-3 Southampton. Pelle lashes into the roof of the net, capping a wonderful free-flowing move by the visitors.
Shelvey is off for debutant Carroll.
Final substitution as Vergini comes off for Altidore. All or nothing now for Sunderland.
Muniesa replaces Moses, who's currently on the ground having hurt himself in his defensive efforts.
YELLOW! A few moments ago, Pelle went into Mike Dean's book after throwing a paddy.
WEST HAM SUB: Cole makes way for Enner Valencia.
CLEVER ROUTINE! It's poked down the inside-right channel towards Pelle, who has a crack... Beaten away by Adrian.
DISALLOWED! Zaha goes straight up the other end and puts Palace level! But wait...the linesman has his flag up having adjudged the winger to be offside. He looked level from my viewpoint...
Sessegnon smashes his effort onto the crossbar from 10 yards.
AARONS ON HIS DEBUT! Rolando Aarons, the teenager making his debut today, heads his side level at the back post form a corner and with a goal from nowhere the Magpies are back in it! Campbell came off the line far too early and should have been in place to clear that off the line but it's the 18 year old who makes it 2-2!
SAINTS SUB: Jack Cork comes on for Ward-Prowse.
GOAL! Dyer slots the ball in after being putting through by Sigurdsson.
And Rodwell makes way for Giaccherini for Sunderland. Also Fletcher comes off for Buckley. Lets see how these changes might swing the game!
GOAL! West Ham 1-2 Southampton. The visitors take the set-piece short and the Saints have a 2v0 situation in the corner. Into the area... And in! Schneiderlin again. Hopeless defending.
Foul by Wickham as he leans in to Caulker challenging for a throw. And a sub as the goalscorer Austin makes way for Zamora.
SAINTS SUB: It's Gaston Ramirez time. He's in my fantasy team, so hoping for BIG things from the Uruguayan. Off comes Long.
Odemwingie is going off as well, replaced by Charlie Adam.
Anyway... Double West Ham change. Ravel Morrison and Mahamed Diame join the action for Zarate and Vaz Te.
Routledge is given a standing ovation as he comes off for Montero.
A pair of substitutions - Nasri and Jovetic off, Navas and Dzeko on, but Demichelis is having treatment off the pitch as well.
MAJOR CONTROVERSY! The flag denies Pelle after the non-Brazilian striker had tucked home Ward-Prowse's free-kick. Just seen a replay. He's level. Disastrous officiating.
GOAL! Well. Mame Diouf gets his first goal for Stoke and that seems probably fair. On the break after City's corner, he takes on the defence, and it's through Hart's legs.
YELLOW! Long is sent sprawling to the deck as he clips Long off the ball. Free-kick in tasty territory.
And that is a yellow card for Jordan Mutch. He clattered into the back of Cattermole quite late as the Sunderland man passed to Brown. Correct decision.
CHANCE! The ball is swung across by Fletcher from the left. It finds its way to Vergini at the far post and he strikes it low first-time but Green is down well to save.
Moses is brought down by Fernandinho thanks to a hefty barge.
CLOSE! The resulting corner flies through to Schneiderlin... Scooped over!
DELIGHTFUL! Ward-Prowse unselfishly clips the ball towards Tadic, who pokes a volley towards goal. Turned behind by Adrian.
Ki has gone down in agony after getting a kick from Foster when the keeper cleared.
WHAT A GOAL! Jason Puncheon picks the ball up on the left hand side of the box and has time to bring it down and strike a half volley into the bottom left hand corner.. The Newcastle defence stood off and admired the midfielder's control, Pardew will be furious with the lack of closing down!
Stéphane Sessegnon is on for Dorrans.
Let's hope for a slightly more inspiring second half.
Yep, we're back. None of the same please.
And the second half is underway! Can Sunderland turn their poor first half around or will QPR get their first points of the season? Poyet will be hoping his team can recapture the form that saved them from relegation last season.
The Magpies get us back underway, kicking from right to left...
The home side get the second half underway.
HALF TIME - NEWCASTLE 1-1 CRYSTAL PALACE. The honours are even at the break here as Daryl Janmaat toe poke cancels out Dwight Gayle's 30 second opener. It hasn't been a bad start for Neil Warnock's return to the Palace hotseat but for Alan Pardew, his side have toiled despite a glut of dead ball chances that they have failed to take.
That's half-time. Rather disappointing match so far.
HALF-TIME. West Ham 1-1 Southampton. The scoreline is far more exciting than the match. We'll be back in 15...
And that is half time! QPR take a 1-0 lead into the second half following a great end to the second half!
GOAL! Barton swings the corner into the far post where Fer nods the ball back to Austin who lashes it into the top corner from eight yards out. Lovely finish!
EQUALISER! West Ham 1-1 Southampton. Morgan Schneiderlin, after seeing his first effort blocked, curls an effort just inside the post. But did Pelle glance that in with his head? That's one for the replay experts.
And that is half-time. It's 2-0 to Swansea after fantastic strikes from Dyer and Routledge.
Davidson trips Dyer in a dangerous position. The ball comes out to Routledge whose swerving effort goes agonisingly wide, great technique.
Sunderland looking a bit ragged here as QPR press higher up the pitch. This is good stuff as Larsson is dispossessed. Barton breaks in on goal and then lays in Austin but Brown gets across well to stop Austin from getting his shot away.
Ideye turns well and fires a low shot from 25 yards but Fabianski saves low to his right.
NEWCASTLE EQUALISE! Janmaat does just enough to latch onto a bobbling ball roughly ten yards from goal and pokes it past Speroni after good work on the right from Cabella. It's the defender's first goal for the toon army and don't they just love it!
Looking like Fernando will be going off to be replaced by Fernandinho.
Card for Cattermole as he is turned by Mutch in the middle of the pitch. He then pulls the midfielder's shirt and is booked for his trouble.
OFF THE LINE! Pelle leaps like a salmon inside the penalty area, sends a header at goal and watches forlornly as Cresswell adjusts to hack it off the line.
Olsson heads the ball onto his own crossbar, that was lucky. Dyer then fires a low effort which is saved by Foster but is flagged off-side.
He has smashed the bar! Fer picks the ball up and turns Rodwell. He then smashes it to the top corner with Mannone sprawling. It hits the bar and goes flying out. Unlucky!
Dorrans is booked for a late challenge on Sigurdsson
GOAL! West Ham 1-0 Southampton. Noble takes a speculative effort from distance, it spins off Maya Yoshida and bounces past Fraser Forster. The hosts lead out of nothing!
GOAL ! Routledge with an acrobatic goal from the edge of the box.
SO CLOSE! Downing's free-kick cannons into the wall, spirals into the penalty area and straight to the feet of Ricardo Vaz Te. Goal time? No goal time. Forster makes a superb instinctive stop with his leg.
Card for Bardsley, just tapping Silva's foot away from underneath him as they challenge for a loose ball.
Johnson finds some space in between the midfield and defence. He slips in Van Aanholt into the area and he strikes first time but gets right under the ball and blazes over from 15 yards.
GREAT SAVE! Johnson runs in from the left wing and slides Fletcher in inside the area. He shoots first time but has to hit the ball away from where his run was and Green gets down well to palm the ball away from going into the bottom corner.
WHAT A START! Palace have roared in front! Chamakh chests the ball down from the edge of the box and sends a low shot towards the bottom corner. Krul tips it onto the post but Gayle is there to thrash it into the roof of the net from close range! 30 seconds on the clock and the Eagles are soaring!
QPR with a corner which Barton swings in to the middle. Austin gets up really well and heads towards goal but Johnson is on the line to clear. Could have been a goal.
GOAL! Dyer with a great finish from a tight angle.
Early chance as Wickham powers down the left wing and shrugs off Joey Barton as he entered the penalty area before laying it to Van Aanholt on the inside. He lashes a shot low but it hits the side netting.
Southampton, in their familiar red and white stripes, get us started.
KICK OFF! The Eagles get us underway, kicking from right to left...
And we're underway here at Loftus Road. Sunderland kick us off shooting from left to right.
The Baggies, playing a 4-2-3-1 formation, will get us underway at the Liberty Stadium.
That's full-time and a very much deserved point for Burnley, who will perhaps feel unfortunate that they didn't manage to convert any of those very early chances. One supposes that Manchester United will have to feel contented with an away point, really. Thanks for your company this afternoon.
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SWANSEA: Fabianski, Amat, Taylor, Ki, Williams, Shelvey, Bony, Dyer, Routledge, Rangel, Sigurdsson…Subs: Tremmel, Gomis, Tiensalli, Montero, Fernandez, Richards, Carroll. /// WEST BROM: Foster, Wisdom, Dawson, Olsson, Davidson, Gardner, Mulumbu, Berahino, Dorrans, Brunt, Ideye. Subs: Myhill, Gamboa, Sessegnon, McAuley, Morrison, Yacob, Baird.
TEAMS - Manchester City: Hart, Sagna, Kolarov, Kompany, Demichelis, Fernando, Nasri, Yaya Toure, Silva, Jovetic, Aguero… Subs: Caballero, Clichy, Zabaleta, Fernandinho, Milner, Navas, Dzeko /// Stoke City: Begovic; Bardsley, Shawcross, Wilson, Pieters; Whelan, Nzonzi; Diouf, Walters, Moses; Crouch… Subs: Sorensen, Huth, Muniesa, Odemwingie, Arnautovic, Adam, Bojan.
TEAMS - West Ham: Adrian, O'Brien, Cresswell, Reid, Tomkins, Kouyate, Noble, Vaz Te, Downing, Zarate, Cole… Subs: Jaaskelainen, Demel, Poyet, Diame, Morrison, Valencia, Sakho /// Southampton: Forster, Clyne, Fonte, Yoshida, Bertrand, Schneiderlin, S. Davis, Ward-Prowse, Tadic, Long, Pelle… Subs: K. Davis, Gardos, Ramírez, Wanyama, Cork, Mayuka, Hooiveld.
TEAM NEWS! QPR: Green, Isla, Ferdinand, Caulker, Hill, Fer, Barton, Mutch, Phillips, Austin, Hoilett. Subs: Murphy, Traore, Onuoha, Henry, Dunne, Zamora, Taarabt… /// SUNDERLAND: Mannone, Vergini, van Aanholt, Brown, O’Shea, Cattermole, Larsson, Rodwell, Johnson, Wickham, Fletcher… Subs: Pantilimon, Jones, Bridcutt, Gomez, Altidore, Giaccherini, Buckley.
That's a booking for Blackett. Fortunately Ings is OK and can carry on.
Time for the second half, then, as Sean Dyche jogs out and across the pitch in shirt-sleeves.
That booking for Fletcher was for a challenge on Ings a few minutes ago, but referee Foy played the advantage at the time.
We're under way at Turf Moor as Manchester United kick off.