Welcome to The Independent's live coverage of today's Premier League action.
Before this afternoon's Capital One Cup final, Manchester United take on Arsenal at Old Trafford in one of English football's most iconic fixtures.
Tottenham Hotspur, meanwhile, will look to maintain their title challenge as they entertain Swansea City at White Hart Lane.
Manchester United vs Arsenal - 2.05pm
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Tottenham vs Swansea - 2.05pm
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West Ham United 1 Sunderland 0
Leicester City 1 Norwich City 0
Southampton 1 Chelsea 2
Stoke City 2 Aston Villa 1
Watford 0 Bournemouth 0
West Bromwich Albion 3 Crystal Palace 2
Manchester United vs Arsenal
Arsenal have won none and lost six of their last eight Premier League trips to Old Trafford.
The Gunners' win against United at the Emirates earlier this season ended a run of eight Premier League matches without a victory against the Red Devils for Arsene Wenger's men (W0 D3 L5).
Arsenal have dropped seven points from winning positions away from home, the joint-most in the Premier League along with Man Utd.]
Man Utd (33) have scored fewer goals after 26 league games than in any season since 1989-90 (30).
Manchester United have earned fewer points this season than in any other Premier League campaign after 26 games (41).
Tottenham vs Swansea
Spurs have won seven and lost none of the nine Premier League games against Swansea (D2).
Swansea have collected just 0.22 points per game on average in the Premier League against Spurs; fewer than against any other opponent in the competition.
Tottenham Hotspur have recovered 14 points from losing positions in the Premier League; more than any other team in the division.
Swansea City have hit the woodwork more often than any other team in the Premier League this season (15).
If Tottenham Hotspur win this match, it will be their highest ever haul of points after 27 Premier League games beating the 53 they had earned in 2011-12.Reuse content