3pm: Aston Villa 1-1 West Ham United
3pm: AFC Bournemouth 0-0 Crystal Palace
3pm: Chelsea 2-2 Watford
3pm: Liverpool 1-0 Leicester
3pm: Manchester City 4-1 Sunderland
3pm: Swansea City 1-0 West Bromwich Albion
3pm: Tottenham Hotspur 3-0 Norwich City
Aston Villa hold West Ham United in the last remaining full time from the 3pm kick-offs. Well that is all we have time for on this live blog, we're going to transfer to live coverage of Newcastle vs Everton which can be found here. Join me.
Victory for Liverpool through Christian Benteke's goal. Leicester City could be off the top by the end of today if Arsenal beat Southampton.
Full time at Stamford Bridge where Watford get a point at Chelsea. Fine result for them but Oscar should have netted a late spot kick.
Full time at Manchester City and Tottenham where the home sides have prevailed with ease. Bournemouth draw with Crystal Palace.
Diego Costa booked at Stamford Bridge and he will miss Chelsea's visit to Manchester United on Monday. Horrible tackle.
Goal: Tottenham 3-0 Norwich (Tom Carroll)
Chelsea should be back ahead but Oscar skies a penalty as he slips in his run-up. Horrible miss and will they get a better chance?
Eden Hazard on for Chelsea with 15 minutes left. The Blues showed they may have turned a corner last week but they are back where they started at the moment. Willian curls a free-kick over the bar - which is a collectors item this season.
Manchester City miss the chance to extend their lead from the penalty spot as Wilfried Bony blasts his effort over the bar. Unlike the Ivorian who is normally so reliable. The news hasn't got much better for City, who after bringing on their captain Vincent Kompany for a first appearance since early November have seen the Belgium defender depart with a recurrence of his hamstring injury. That is a hammer blow for Manuel Pellegrini.
Goal: Chelsea 2-2 Watford (Diego Costa)
Goal: Aston Villa 1-1 West Ham United (Jordan Ayew)
Goal: Liverpool 1-0 Leicester (Christian Benteke)
Goal: Manchester City 4-1 Sunderland (Fabio Borini)
Lee Catermole's free-kick is not cleared by City and despite Joe Hart denying Borini the Italian converts the rebound. A consolation goal and very little else for Sunderland.
Goal: Chelsea 1-2 Watford (Odion Ighalo)
New manager but same old story for Chelsea and they are facing another home defeat to a newly promoted club. Ighalo nets for a fifth game running with a deflected strike which evades Courtois and flies into the net.
Goal: Manchester City 4-0 Sunderland (Kevin de Bruyne)
Eighteen shots on goal for Liverpool in the first half against Leicester but no way through for the hosts. Can Jurgen Klopp's side review their radar in the second half or will the Premier League leaders cause another surprise?
Cesc Fabregas off and John Obi Mikel on for Chelsea at half-time.
Back under way in each of the seven 3pm kick-offs in the Premier League, including at Villa Park where they are slightly behind the rest of the games.
For those that may have missed it, Manchester City unveiled their new crest before kick-off against Sunderland. The badge was leaked earlier in the week but it was shown to fans at the Etihad Stadium this afternoon. What do you think?
Half time in all seven of the 3pm Premier League kick-offs. Chelsea are being held by Watford at Stamford Bridge after Troy Deeney cancelled out Diego Costa's opener. Tottenham lead Norwich through Harry Kane's double, while Ki Sung-Yeung has Swansea ahead against West Brom. Manchester City have raced into a 3-0 lead over Sunderland and West Ham lead bottom club Aston Villa through Aaron Cresswell's strike. The games at Bournemouth and Liverpool, who are playing Crystal Palace and Leicester, are goalless.
Goal: Aston Villa 0-1 West Ham United (Aaron Cresswell)
Goal: Chelsea 1-1 Watford (Troy Deeney)
Watford level at Stamford Bridge. Nemanja Matic's crazy handball gives away the spot kick and Deeney continues his fine season with the coolest of penalties.
Goal: Tottenham 2-0 Norwich (Harry Kane)
Early change for Liverpool at Anfield where it is one Belgian for another as Divock Origi is replaced by Christian Benteke due to injury.