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Nathan Jacobs
Saturday 15 December 2018 16:15 GMT
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Follow all the latest goals and action from today’s Premier League matches as five games kick off at 3pm on a busy day for the English top flight.

Once matters are wrapped up at the Etihad Stadium where Manchester City take on Everton, we'll turn our attentions to the 3pm games where the standout fixture sees an in-form Tottenham buoyed by their Champions League progression in mid-week take on a Burnley side looking to continue their rise up the table, having moved out of the relegation zone last weekend.

Elsewhere, Crystal Palace will be without the suspended Wilfried Zaha as they face Leicester, while Watford will hope to record a much-needed win against Cardiff in order to get back into the top half of the league. An important match at the foot of the table sees Newcastle travel to Huddersfield, while the final 3pm kick-off sees Wolves and Bournemouth meet in a clash that features two sides chasing European football next season. The final game of the day sees basement side Fulham host West Ham in a London derby from 5.30pm. Follow the live action below.

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Good morning and welcome to The Independent's live coverage of today's Premier League action, with five games kicking off at 3pm which you can follow right here as the goals go in.

Once matters are wrapped up at the Etihad Stadium where Manchester City take on Everton, we'll turn our attentions to the 3pm games where the standout fixture sees an in-form Tottenham buoyed by their Champions League progression in mid-week take on a Burnley side looking to continue their rise up the table, having moved out of the relegation zone last weekend.

Elsewhere, Crystal Palace will be without the suspended Wilfried Zaha as they face Leicester, while Watford will hope to record a much-needed win against Cardiff in order to get back into the top half of the league.

An important match at the foot of the table sees Newcastle travel to Huddersfield, while the final 3pm kick-off sees Wolves and Bournemouth meet in a clash that features two sides chasing European football next season. The final game of the day sees basement side Fulham host West Ham in a London derby from 5.30pm.

Mark Critchley15 December 2018 11:08
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Team news incoming...

Jack de Menezes15 December 2018 14:06
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TEAM NEWS: CRYSTAL PALACE VS LEICESTER CITY

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TEAM NEWS: HUDDERSFIELD VS NEWCASTLE

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TEAM NEWS: TOTTENHAM VS BURNLEY

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TEAM NEWS: WATFORD VS CARDIFF

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TEAM NEWS: WOLVES VS WEST HAM

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KICK OFF and we're underway in today's 3PM kick offs. 

Comment below with your predictions this afternoon. 

I'm not expecting lots of goals... let's see. 

Nathan Jacobs15 December 2018 15:01
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10 minutes, 5 games, all still 0-0. 

My early 'few goals' prediction looks nice at the moment. 

Curse of the commentator to come? 

Nathan Jacobs15 December 2018 15:11
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​GOAL! Wolves 1-0 Bournemouth (Jimenez) 

Jota pounces on a misplaced pass back and makes a dart towards goal.

He waits for his teammates to join him and slips a delightful pass into the feet of Jimenez who just has to direct it goalwards...

and he does!

1-0 to the Wolves and they've turned around a bad run of form in the past few weeks. Can they keep it up here? Well, they've started well. 

Nathan Jacobs15 December 2018 15:13

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