Full time: West Ham United 3-1 Swansea City
Full time: Aston Villa 2-1 Leicester City
18:00: So Villa claim back-to-back wins courtesy of Alan Hutton's first ever Aston Villa goal as Leicester remain rooted to the bottom of the Premier League. Villa are up to 11th.
Well that brings an end to our Premier League coverage for another afternoon. We're back with live coverage of Southampton v Manchester United tomorrow but until then goodbye.
Full time: Aston Villa 2-1 Leicester City
17:56: Was that the chance for Leicester? David Nugent brings a long ball down field down and tees up Chris Wood, who smashes wide of Guzan's goal. A minute remaining.
17:54: Ten-man Leicester still posing a threat in the final moments here as Villa attempt to claim just the 13th home win of Paul Lambert's spell at the club. The home side continue to spurn chances to extend their lead with Richardson blasting wide. Four added minutes.
17:46: Leicester's hopes of grabbing a late point stifled by a bizarre refereeing decision. Konchesky fouls Alan Hutton down in the corner and a foul is awarded, with the Leicester full back accusing Hutton of making the most of the challenge. The Scots gets up and pushes Konchesky before both players are separated by both sets of players. While Hutton is only booked, Konchesky is sent off for his part in the fracas. Odd decision.
Red card: Paul Konchesky (Leicester City)
17:36: A fine break from Villa ends with them taking the lead for the first time. Benteke spots Hutton making an overlapping run on the right and the Belgian picks out the Scot who takes the ball down, keeps his composure before lashing past Schmeichel.
Goal: Aston Villa 2-1 Leicester City (Alan Hutton)
Leicester hit back and almost take the lead for a second time as Nugent breaks free down the left and his dipping volley produces a fine stop by Guzan. Okore then prevents the former Preston forward fro getting a shot away on the edge of the box. Better from the Foxes.
17:19: Four golden chances for Villa to take the lead at the start of this second half. Richardson is denied by Schmeichel, Cleverly shoots over, Benteke misses in a one-on-one with the Leicester goalkeeper and now Agbonlahor produced a fine save from Schmeichel, who chops the ball away with his legs. Leicester surviving.
17:08: Second half under way at Villa Park. Change for Leicester as goalscorer Leonardo Ulloa, who limped off at half time, is replaced by David Nugent.
16:59: Not a classic 45 minutes in the Premier League. Bottom club Leicester took the lead through Leonardo Ulloa but Ciaran Clark's header has drawn the hosts level. Injuries to Westwood and Ulloa has led to a bits and pieces half which has been very stop start but hopefully with both sides desperate for a win w might need something more free flowing in the second period.
Half time: Aston Villa 1-1 Leicester City
16:45: Ashley Westwood is down and in some discomfort on the Villa Park turf after a late challenge from Jamie Vardy. A yellow card is shown to the Leicester striker but the predicament facing his victim appears all the more serious. A stretcher is being prepared for the Villa man.
16:21: Villa behind for just four minutes as Ciaran Clark's first goal since 2012 pulls the home side level. Westwood's free-kick finds the unmarked centre-back and he glides a header past Kasper Schmeichel.
Goal: Aston Villa 1-1 Leicester City (Ciaran Clark)
16:17: Barely 13 minutes gone and Leicester hit the front at Villa Park. Guzan can only parry Mahrez's effort from range and Ulloa reacts first and passes into an almost empty net to end his goal drought.
Goal: Aston Villa 0-1 Leicester City (Leonardo Ulloa)
16:02: We're under way at Villa Park.
15:58: Both of these sides have had contrasting weeks in the build-up to this game. Villa ended a nine-match winless run by beating Crystal Palace, virtue of Christian Benteke's goal while Leicester impressed before going down 3-1 to Liverpool, a game overshadowed by an angry exchange between Nigel Pearson and a Foxes support. Both teams are out at Villa Park and we're almost ready to get under way.
Aston Villa v Crystal Palace
Aston Villa: Guzan, Hutton, Okore, Clark, Cissokho, Sanchez, Westwood, Cleverley, N'Zogbia, Agbonlahor, Benteke
Crystal Palace: Schmeichel, Simpson, Wasilewski, Moore, Konchesky; Mahrez, Cambiasso, James, Schlupp; Vardy, Ulloa
15:46: So one down and one to go before the Premier League action comes to an end for another weekend. Aston Villa host bottom club Leicester City in a tasty looking east-midlands derby. Team news on the way from Villa Park.
15:27: West Ham continue their best start to a Premier League after coming from behind to beat Swansea. Andy Carroll did the damage with two goals and an assist for Diafra Sakho after Wilfried Bony's early goal has the Swans ahead. The Hammers in their highest league position for over 50 years.
Full time: West Ham United 3-1 Swansea City
15:22: Another flowing West Ham move ends with Tremmel denying Sakho after Downing's cheeky inside past. Very impessive performance, albeit against 10-men, from West Ham this.
15:20: Five added minutes at Upton Park. Only an unlikely Swansea comeback can stop West Ham now.
15:18: Game, set and match at Upton Park. Carroll flicks on a goal-kick down field and Sakho latches onto the ball, beats Richards and smashes past Tremmel. A case of how many for the Hammers now.
Goal: West Ham United 3-1 Swansea City (Diafra Sakho)
15:11: Swansea really knocking on the door now. West Ham fail to clear their lines and Sigurdsson has a shot blocked behind for a corner. The Icelander has another effort blocked before Richards chips over the bar. Far from over this for the 10-men.
15:08: Gerhard Tremmel on for Swansea, who must now play the remaining minutes with 10-men, and the German's goal is being peppered by West Ham who are looking to kill off this game. Sakho shrugs off Williams and goes through on goal but only strikes the outside of the post. Substitute Bafatimbi Gomis lashes a shot in from a tight angle at the other end as they look to wrestle away a point.
14:59: The game turns on its head in a matter of minutes. First, Andy Carroll leaps highest to nod the Hammers in front and before Lukasz Fabianski is sent off after the game restarts after he collides with Sakho, who hits the post from the resulting shot, with referee Chris Foy adjudging the inital contact had denied a goalscoring opportunity.
Red card: Lukasz Fabianski (Swansea City)
Goal: West Ham United 2-1 Swansea City (Andy Carroll)
14:50: And just like that Swansea are almost back in front. Montero gets the visitors moving on the break and after feeding Bony the forward rattles the crossbar with a thunderous effort from 20 yards.
14:47: Aaron Cresswell darts through down the left but his cross is just beyond Carroll in the middle. West Ham much the better team at the start of the second period. Swansea not yet rediscovered their slick passing from the first half.
14:38: So a first half dominated by the two strikes who have been at the centre of attention in the lead up to this game, Wilfried Bony and Andy Carroll, exchange goals in an entertaining first 45 minutes. The second half is under way at Upton Park.
Half time: West Ham United 1-1 Swansea City
14:17: The Hammers keep knocking on the door and they get their equaliser with less than five first half minute remaining. Carl Jenkinson gets to the byline and crosses and Carroll meets it perfectly, heading the ball back from where it came and pass Fabianski for his fist goal since March.
Goal: West Ham United 1-1 Swansea City (Andy Carroll)
14:12: Chances aplenty since Swansea hit the front but it's West Ham who are pushing hardest as the first half comes to a close. Kevin Nolan has hit shot deflected behind before Fabianski has to punch away from the resulting corner. The Swans have had their moments through Gylfi Sigurdsson but there has been little else to worry the Hammers.
13:53: Swansea's first genuine attack of the game ends with the opening goal. Jefferson Montero gets away down the left for the first time after being released by Sigurdsson and his pull back finds Bony all along and the Ivory Coast international stabs home. Clinical from the south Wales side.
Goal: West Ham United 0-1 Swansea City (Wilfried Bony)
13:50: West Ham, who are looking to go third with a win this afternoon, come the closest to opening the scoring as a smartly taken free-kick see Nolan denied by Fabianski before Tomkins' acrobatic volley is blocked.
13:47: Tight start at Upton park where both sides are looking to continue their impressive starts to the season. West Ham have shown more intent going forward with Andy Carroll and Enner Valencia partnered together for the first time in attack. Swansea have begun like a side who are without an away win in their last five outings, happy to play on the break.
13:32: Under way at Upton Park.
13:31: Few gremlins in the system this Sunday afternoon but we're back online just in time for kick-off. Teams are out at Upton Park and we're almost ready for our first game of the day.
West Ham United v Swansea City
West Ham United: Adrian, Jenkinson, Cresswell, Tomkins, Reid, Song, Kouyate, Nolan, Downing, Valencia, Carroll
Swansea City: Fabianski, Rangel, Bartley, Williams, Richards, Britton, Ki, Routledge, Sigurdsson, Montero, Bony
13:00: After the drama of Saturday's Premier League action, don't go thinking that Sunday's lower key fixtures will lack any excitement. Our first game sees two of the division's surprise packages West Ham and Swansea collide at Upton Park before an east-midlands relegation six-pointer at Villa park as Aston Villa host Leicester City. Yesterday was hopefully just a warm up for today's feast of entertainment.