• Chelsea 0-0 Fulham- FT
    • Everton 1-1 Arsenal- FT
    • Manchester United 1-0 West Ham United- FT
    • Southampton 1-1 Norwich City- FT
    • Stoke City 2-1 Newcastle United- FT
    • Swansea City 3-1 West Bromwich Albion- FT
    • Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 Liverpool- FT
    • Wigan Athletic 0-2 Manchester City- FT
Gareth Bale
Bale scored a superb free-kick to put Spurs two-up.

21:52: All over as United close out the win after Robin van Persie's very, very early goal. Manchester City see it out at Wigan too. Both sides extend their lead over Chelsea to six and seven points respectively as the gap between the pair remains at one.

Tottenham are up to fifth above Everton and Arsenal after beating Liverpool, Swansea are eigth after overcoming West Bromwich Albion while Stoke City are into the top half after beating Newcastle United. Southampton can't leap out of the bottom three after drawing with Norwich City. Defeats for Wigan, Liverpool and Newcastle sees them stay put while Fulham drop out of the top ten.

It's been a busy and at times entertaining evening in the Premier League. Chelsea's problems continue, as the Manchester pair continue to pull away.

21:48: Three added minutes at Old Trafford as West Ham continue to make United sweat. City cruising at Wigan meanwhile. Kind of been the story of the season.

21:46: Credit to West Ham, they could have wilted after conceding a goal inside the first minute at Old Trafford, but they've stayed strong and they're very much in with just a few minutes left. Modibo Maiga comes close, but he clips a shot over the bar.

21:43: First time that Chelsea have gone three games under Roman Abramovich without scoring after drawing with Fulham. More ground lost of the Manchester pair as well if the late kick-offs stay the same. Just five or so minutes to go in both.

21:41: It could finish any score now at Wigan where City are look at their fluid best. Meanwhile, neighbours United are hanging on against West Ham where Linegaard has denied Carlton Cole. The England international was offside, but the Dane wasn't to know.

21:39: First defeat in nine for Liverpool at Spurs as a Gareth Bale's masterclass sees the hosts through. Full time in all of the 19:45 kick-offs now.

21:37: Tottenham hanging on at White Hart Lane, while both Everton and Arsenal are going all out for the win. All over at the Liberty Stadium and St Mary's meanwhile

21:35: Full time at Stamford Bridge and another goalless draw fort Rafa Benitez. And the boos ring out from the home fans.

21:33: While Balotelli was kept on before he made it 1-0, James Milner has been brought on to help double the lead. He rifles the ball in from range and City are set to keep the gap to Manchester United at at least one point.

GOAL: Wigan Athletic 0-2 Manchester City (James Milner)

21:31: The Potters have turned it around with two goals in as many minutes at the Britannia. Kenwyne Jones finds the onrushing Cameron Jerome and he makes no mistake.

GOAL: Stoke City 2-1 Newcastle United (Cameron Jerome)

21:28: David Silva cuts inside and shoots at Ali Al-Habsi, who fumbles the effort, only for Balotelli to follow up, and after being denied again by the Oman stopper, the youngsters has a second bite of the cherry and he makes no mistake.

GOAL: Wigan Athletic 0-1 Manchester City (Mario Balotelli)

Jonathan Walters makes it count with a timely header past Tim Krul for the Potters after Cameron Jerome's cross from the right.

GOAL: Stoke City 1-1 Newcastle United (Jonathan Walters)

21:23: Well when it isn't going your way, it's isn't going your way. Fernando Torres gets through for Chelsea, onside, check, shot on target, check, but Aaron Hughes recovers to clear the ball off the line. Chelsea have stepped things up since Mata's introduction.

21:21: Chances coming with more regularity at the DW Stadium now and after Mario Balotelli misses a great chance for City with a back-post header, hat-trick hero from the weekend Jordi Gomez is down the other end but he only finds the side netting.

21:17: The visitors have had enough chances, and a slice of luck see them half the deficit. Jonjo Shelvy's corner is glanced towards goal by Steven Gerrard where Aaron Lennon clears the ball off the line but the ball only hits Bale in the face and flies into the net. Game on with 15 or so minutes to go.

GOAL: Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 Liverpool (Gareth Bale own goal)

21:15: Arsenal almost hit the front for a second time against Everton, as Walcott crosses for Olivier Giroud, who heads over from point blank range. Meanwhile, at the DW Stadium a rare Wigan foray sees Joe Hart deny Kone's header.

21:07: Chelsea in dire need of some invention, and at last we see the introduction of Juan Mata, with Ryan Bertrand going off. Rafa's defensive tactics already taking a grip of this Blues side it seems, even at home to Fulham.

21:05: Tame start to things in the Premier League in comparisson to the first half. Szszesny has made two decent saves at Goodison Park, the first coming from Sylvain Distin and then from Gary Naismith as David Moyes' side look to turn the early scoreline on its head.

21:02: About to get underway in the second halfs at Manchester United and Wigan Athletic. United have never lost a Premier League fixture at Old Trafford in which they've led at half-time. Onimous task for Sam Allardyce's side. Wigan will have to show more in an attackng sence if they're to produce a shock at home to the league champions Manchester City, who are yet to break through the Latics' rearguard.

20:56: Liverpool still pushing and after Steven Gerrard's cross-field pass, Jose Enrique heads back towards Joe Allen rather than towards goal. Strange decision but it's a good chance for The Reds.

20:53: Charlie Adam is dispossessed and Demba Ba shoots from range, Asmir can only parry it, straight to Newcastle's other Senegalese forward, Papiss Demba Cisse, who finishes comfortably.

GOAL: Stoke City 0-1 Newcastle United (Papiss Demba Cisse)

20:50: Underway in the six 19:45 kick-offs while it's half time at Old Trafford and at the DW Stadium.

20:40: Goals galore in the first half of the 19:45 kick-offs in the Premier League. Swansea looked home and dry before Lukaku pulled one back for West Brom. Everton have pegged back Arsenal after Theo Walcott's early goal, Southampton allowed their lead to slip away as Gazzaniga allowed a tame Robert Snodgrass evade him. The brilliant Gareth Bale has made one and scored one as Tottenham lead Liverpool at White Hart Lane. Chances at both Stamford Bridge and the Britannia Stadium have been all but non-existant. They're still playig in the 20:00 games at Old Trafford, where Van Persie's goal has United ahead, and at the DW Stadium where Wigan and Manchester City are goalless.

20:35: Is that the start of the comeback for West Brom. Chris Brunt's corner isn't cleared and Romelu Lukaku turns the ball home. Changes both managers' team talks.

GOAL: Swansea City 3-1 West Bromwich Albion (Romelu Lukaku)

20:32: Having put themselves head, seemingly going into the break, Saints have thrown away their lead. Robert Snodgrass' free-kick appears routine, but Gazzaniga has allowed the ball to slip underneath him and Norwich are level.

GOAL: Southampton 1-1 Norwich City (Robert Snodgrass)

20:30: Updates from the Britannia Stadium have been few and far between for a good reason, neither Stoke City or Newcastle United have offered much as an attacking force. One noteworthy act however, Peter Crouch has been replaced by Kenwyne Jones.

20:26: That might be that at the Liberty Stadium. Hernandez skins the full back and cross from Wayne Routledge whose shot is parried but only into the net by Boaz Myhill. The Baggies' decent run of form looking like coming to an end.

GOAL: Swansea City 3-0 West Bromwich Albion (Wayne Routledge)

20:22: Liverpool search for a way back into the game at White Hart Lane but Lus Suarez is denied as Kyle Walker clears his clipped finish off the line. Two down they might be, but Brendan Rodgers' side have created enough chances to be level in this one.

20:20: Mark Clattenburg awards Southampton a free-kick, which leads a number of sarcastic cheers from the home support, but their is nothing trivial about Adam Lallana's delivery which finds Rickie Lambert, who puts the newly promoted side ahead. His sixth of the season for Saints.

GOAL: Southampton 1-0 Norwich City (Rickie Lambert)

20:15: A seventh goal of the season for Marouane Fellaini puts Everton back in it against Arsenal. The Belgian missed the draw with Norwich City, but he returns to smash the ball from 25 yards beyond Szczesny.

GOAL: Everton 1-1 Arsenal (Marouane Fellaini)

20:13: Sounds like Rafa Benitez's influence at Chelsea hasn't taken long to rub off on his new players. The Blues not showing a great deal of ambition, akin to their performance against Manchester City. Having said that Fulham have shown little going forward as well.

20:04: The league leaders go ahead with the quickest goal in the Premier League this season. Robin van Persie grabs his ninth league goal this season as his effort deflects horribly off James Collins.

GOAL: Manchester United 1-0 West Ham United (Robin van Persie)

Jordan Henderson misses a guilt-edged chance to level the scores, and Liverpool are subsequently punished. Gareth Bale hits a free-kick which swerves viciously and goes beyond Pepe Reina.

GOAL: Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Liverpool (Gareth Bale)

19:59: Two goals in the opening quarter for Swansea and Michu is influential in both. First he finishes off a beautiful move including Dyer and Hernandez, before his sweeping pass found his fellow countryman, who found Wayne Routledge, whose deflected effort doubles the lead for Michael Laudrup's side.

GOAL: Swansea City 2-0 West Bromwich Albion (Wayne Routledge)

GOAL: Swansea City 1-0 West Bromwich Albion (Michu)

19:55: Just when you wondered, with his continued spell in the middle, that Gareth Bale might have lost his ability to turn on the afterburners then then he's well and truly put any accusations to bed. Bale speeds past the Liverpool back four, and crosses deep for Aaron Lennon, who evades the attention of Stewart Downing to put the hosts ahead.

GOAL: Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 Liverpool (Aaron Lennon)

19:51: Inside 53 seconds and it's Arsenal who notch the first goal of the evening. Theo Walcott sets off on a mazy run, exchanges passes with Aaron Ramsey before his shot deflects off Tony Hibbert and beyond Tim Howard. Great start in the battle of two of the most experienced Premier League manager at Goodison.

GOAL: Everton 0-1 Arsenal (Theo Walcott)

19:46: We're underway in six of our eight of our Premier League fixtures tonight. First and only time I'll mention this next fact from this evening; Mark Clattenburg returns to the middle at St Mary's for the first time since an investigation into racial allegations against him was dropped.

19:43: Teams:

Chelsea v Fulham (19:45)

Chelsea: Cech, Azpilicueta, Ivanovic, Luiz, Cole, Romeu, Ramires, Hazard, Oscar, Bertrand, Torres.

Subs: Turnbull, Mata, Mikel, Moses, Ferreira, Marin, Cahill.

Fulham: Schwarzer, Riether, Senderos, Hughes, Riise, Duff, Diarra, Sidwell, Karagounis, Rodallega, Berbatov.

Subs: Etheridge, Kelly, Baird, Kasami, Petric, Frei, Dejagah.

Everton v Arsenal (19:45)

Everton: Howard, Hibbert, Jagielka, Distin, Baines, Naismith, Gibson, Osman, Pienaar, Fellaini, Jelavic.

Subs: Mucha, Heitinga, Oviedo, Hitzlsperger, Gueye, Barkley, Vellios.

Arsenal: Szczesny, Sagna, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Vermaelen, Walcott, Ramsey, Arteta, Wilshere, Cazorla, Giroud.

Subs: Mannone, Rosicky, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Coquelin, Jenkinson, Gervinho, Gibbs.

Manchester United v West Ham United (20:00)

Manchester United: Lindegaard, Da Silva, Smalling, Evans, Evra, Carrick, Anderson, Cleverley, Rooney, van Persie, Hernandez.

Subs: De Gea, Jones, Ferdinand, Young, Welbeck, Fletcher, Buttner.

West Ham United: Jaaskelainen, Demel, Reid, Collins, O'Brien, Taylor, Diame, Tomkins, Jarvis, Nolan, Carroll.

Subs: Spiegel, Cole, Maiga, Spence, O'Neil, Moncur, Lletget.

Southampton v Norwich City (19:45)

Southampton: Gazzaniga, Clyne, Yoshida, Fonte, Shaw, Puncheon, Schneiderlin, Cork, Lallana, Lambert, Ramirez.

Subs: Kelvin Davis, Hooiveld, Steven Davis, Rodriguez, Do Prado, Mayuka, Reeves.

Norwich City: Bunn, Whittaker, Ryan Bennett, Bassong, Garrido, Snodgrass, Johnson, Tettey, Pilkington, Hoolahan, Holt.

Subs: Rudd, Martin, Howson, Jackson, Morison, Elliott Bennett, Barnett.

Stoke City v Newcastle United (19:45)

Stoke City: Begovic, Shotton, Huth, Shawcross, Cameron, Walters, Nzonzi, Whelan, Etherington, Adam, Crouch.

Subs: Sorensen, Palacios, Jones, Whitehead, Upson, Kightly, Jerome.

Newcastle United: Krul, Simpson, Coloccini, Williamson, Santon, Anita, Perch, Tiote, Gutierrez, Ba, Cisse.

Subs: Elliot, Bigirimana, Marveaux, Sammy Ameobi, Ranger, Ferguson, Tavernier.

Swansea City v West Bromwich Albion (19:45)

Swansea City: Tremmel, Rangel, Williams, Chico, Davies, Britton, Hernandez, Ki, Dyer, Routledge, Michu. Subs: Cornell, Monk, Shechter, Moore, de Guzman, Tiendalli, Agustien.

West Bromwich Albion: Myhill, McAuley, Olsson, Ridgewell, Jones, Yacob, Morrison, Mulumbu, Brunt, Odemwingie, Lukaku. Subs: Daniels, Popov, Rosenberg, Long, Dorrans, Tamas, Fortune.

Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool (19:45)

Tottenham Hotspur: Lloris, Walker, Gallas, Dawson, Vertonghen, Lennon, Sandro, Dembele, Bale, Dempsey, Defoe.

Subs: Friedel, Huddlestone, Naughton, Sigurdsson, Livermore, Townsend, Carroll.

Liverpool: Reina, Johnson, Agger, Skrtel, Downing, Allen, Henderson, Gerrard, Jose Enrique, Sterling, Suarez.

Subs: Jones, Sahin, Assaidi, Carragher, Fernandez Saez, Shelvey, Wisdom.

Wigan Athletic v Manchester City (20:00)

Wigan Athletic: Al Habsi, Stam, Boyce, Lopez, Figueroa, McCarthy, Jones, Gomez, Kone, Beausejour, Di Santo.

Subs: Pollitt, McManaman, McArthur, Boselli, Fyvie, Golobart, Redmond.

Manchester City: Hart, Maicon, Kompany, Nastasic, Zabaleta, Javi Garcia, Toure, Silva, Barry, Aguero, Balotelli.

Subs: Pantilimon, Toure, Kolarov, Milner, Sinclair, Tevez, Dzeko.

19:30: Yet again we come into a set of Premier League fixtures as the game attempts to distance itself from further controversy. The Nazi salutes and anti-semitic chants which a section of West Ham United fans were allegedly involved in on Sunday at White Hart Lane cast a further shadow over the game and its handling of racism and prejudice.

We've got eight league games on Wednesday evening, after two on Tuesday. The stand out games come at the Lane where Tottenham Hotspur host Liverpool, and at Goodison Park where Arsenal travel to Everton. League leaders Manchester United face West Ham and Chesea take on Fulham. We'll have the latest from around the grounds tonight and news of all the goals as they go in. Strap in.