With five games in action from across the Premier League today, there's plenty to get stuck into.
After the lively north London derby ended 1-1, attention now turns to the rest of today's fixtures which could shape up to be entertaining affairs in their own right.
Although Swansea may be struggling to find their feet this season - they're without a win in their last nine league games - the Swans hold a commendable record against Manchester United, their opponents today.
Indeed, the South Wales outfit have won three of their last four league meetings with United so today's clash at the Liberty Stadium will be one to keep an eye out for.
Elsewhere, Leicester entertain West Brom at the King Power Stadium, Hull take on Southampton and Liverpool and Watford go head-to-head at Anfield.
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Saturday's Premier League results:
- Bournemouth 1-2 Sunderland
- Burnley 3-2 Crystal Palace
- Manchester City 1-1 Middlesbrough
- West Ham 1-1 Stoke
- Chelsea 5-0 Everton
Hello all and welcome to the Independent's live coverage of today's Premier League action. We'll be bringing you all the goals and latest updates from across the league so make sure to stay tuned!
A look back at yesterday's highlight game as Chelsea ran five past Everton:
Five-star Blues go top of the Premier League after thrashing EvertonFor the first time since they lifted the title in May 2015 Chelsea are top of the Premier League, reaching the summit in style with this thrashing of an abject Everton. Should either Arsenal or Liverpool win on Sunday they will be deposed, but that may be temporary too for, make no mistake, Chelsea are championship contenders.
For minute-by-minute updates of the North London derby, follow it live here:
Live: Arsenal vs TottenhamThe biggest news from the game so far is that Harry Kane will indeed start for Mauricio Pochettino's side. The England striker has been sidelined since September and despite having not played a single minute after recovering from his ankle injury, the Spurs managed has decided to throw him straight back into the thick of things. A wise move or a costly decision that will backfire? We'll have to wait and see.
Bad news for Tottenham in their clash with Arsenal:
As we wait for this afternoon's later fixtures, get informed on Manchester City's surprising 1-1 draw with Middlesbrough. Pep Guardiola's side had the chance to maintain their place at the top of the table but a De Roon equaliser denied the home side all three points. Read about it here, courtesy of Tim Rich:
They beat Barcelona, but Manchester City couldn't get past MiddlesbroughMiddlesbrough’s last two away games have seen them come away from first Arsenal and now Manchester City with a point. Another week, another modern stadium, sponsored by a Gulf airline and another reason to believe that their return to the Premier League might last longer than a single season...
There's been a goal at the Emirates! From Ozil's free-kick on the left, the ball was whipped in to the far back post where Kevin Wimmer rose highest to get his head to the ball...and fire it into the back of his own net. It was an exceptional finish to give him credit but it just happened to be the wrong goal...A well-deserved lead for Arsenal and the home side are well and truly in the driving seat.
A look ahead to the 14:15 fixture at Anfield
What a start to this afternoon's Premier League football. Arsenal and Spurs shared the points at the Emirates after a breathless 1-1 draw earlier on. Kevin Wimmer's own goal was cancelled out by Harry Kane's penalty after the break to ensure that Spurs' unbeaten start to the season continued. Both sides had chances to find a winner but Christian Eriksen's free-kick came the closest beating Petr Cech all ends up and striking the post.
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