Full time: Crystal Palace 1-0 Hull City

Full time: Liverpool 4-0 Everton

Full time: Manchester United 2-0 Cardiff City

Full time: Norwich City 0-0 Newcastle United

Full time: Southampton 2-2 Arsenal

Full time: Swansea City 2-0 Fulham


21:54: So that's all we've got time for on this bumper Premier League mid-week treat. Arsenal held by Southampton, Manchester United beat Cardiff, Liverpool thrash Everton, Swansea overcome Fulham, Crystal Palace edge Hull while Norwich and Newcastle play out an entertaining draw.

We're back tomorrow with the four remaining games, including Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City. Until then, goodbye.

Full time: Crystal Palace 1-0 Hull City

Full time: Liverpool 4-0 Everton

Red card: Allan McGregor (Hull City)

21:44: Waiting on full time in two remaining games in the Premier League. All over at Anfield where Liverpool lead Everton 4-0, while Crystal Palace hold a narrow 1-0 lead over Hull City.

21:42: So Arsenal extend their lead at the top of the Premier Legaue but could be deposed by Manchester City on Wednesday after only drawing with Southampton after Mathieu Flamini's red card. Swansea have ended their worst Premier League run with a win over Fulham while Manchester United have begun life with Juan Mata with a comfortable win over Cardiff. Finally, Norwich and Newcastle both finished with 10-men as they drew at Carrow Road.

Full time: Norwich City 0-0 Newcastle United

Full time: Southampton 2-2 Arsenal

Full time: Swansea City 2-0 Fulham

Full time: Manchester United 2-0 Cardiff City

21:37: Arsenal hanging on against Southampton despite the introduction of Lukas Podolski. Only going a further point clear it seems.

21:34: Six added minutes at St Mary's.

21:31: Chance for Southampton against ten-men Arsenal. First Szczesny turns over Luke Shaw's cross. The subsequent corner forces the Polish keeper to make another save low to his left.

21:27: A flurry of red cards at Carrow Road where both Loic Remy and Bradley Johnson have been dismissed after a coming together off the ball. Bit of something and nothing in all honesty.

Red card: Bradley Johnson (Norwich City)

Red card: Loic Remy (Newcastle United)

21:25: Big moment at St Mary's and Arsenal are down to ten men. Lee Mason shows red to Mathieu Flamini after going in with two feet. Bad, bad challenge.

Red card: Mathieu Flamini (Arsenal)

Goal: Swansea City 2-0 Fulham (Chico Flores)

21:17: United almost put the game out of sight as Valencia sees his shot turned onto the post by Marshall.

21:14: Raheem Sterling is taken down by Tim Howard and a penalty is awarded by Daniel Sturridge, on a hat-trick, blazes over the bar.

Daniel Sturridge misses penalty

Penalty for Liverpool

21:10: Another game, another goal for Luis Suarez who runs clear of the Everton defence and finishes cooly. At St Mary's, Mesut Ozil hits the bar as Arsenal go close to retaking the lead.

Goal: Liverpool 4-0 Everton (Luis Suarez)

21:05: Wayne Rooney returns and replaces Robin van Persie after an hour at Old Trafford.

21:04: Underway in the two 8pm kick-offs.

Goal: Swansea City 1-0 Fulham (Jonjo Shelvey)

21:02: Cardiff have had much of the second half but United have their second. Ashley Young comes in off the left, drifts past two and smashes into the far corner from 25 yards. Marshall well beaten.

Goal: Manchester United 2-0 Cardiff City (Ashley Young)

20:59: It's all go at St Mary's. Rodriguez crosses from the left and Lallana reacts first to hammer home. Level again on the south coast.

Goal: Southampton 2-2 Arsenal (Adam Lallana)

20:58: The Gunners turn it around inside seven minutes of the restart as Santi Cazorla finds the corner.

Goal: Southampton 1-2 Arsenal (Santi Cazorla)

20:53: Just three minutes into the second half and Arsenal have a crucial leveller. Bacary Sagna drives the ball across goal and Giroud flicks the ball in from close range. Big goal.

Goal: Southampton 1-1 Arsenal (Olivier Giroud)

20:47: All our 7:45pm kick-offs are underway in the Premier League.

20:40: Everton have been at sixes and sevens at the back in this first half and both of Daniel Sturridge's goal won't be pretty watching for Roberto Martinez's side who are already playing damage limitation.

20:37: All over before half-time as Daniel Sturridge scores a beauty to seal the points for Liverpool. The England striker escapes in behind again and Howard comes out, making the 24 year old's mind up, who cushions the ball into the net from outside the penalty area.

Goal: Liverpool 3-0 Everton (Daniel Sturridge)

20:34: Everton punished for not scoring at the other end as Sturridge gets in behind the Toffees back four and smashes past Tim Howard.

Goal: Liverpool 2-0 Everton (Daniel Sturridge)

20:33: Liverpool almost contribute to their own downfall. A hopeless clearance from Sturridges finds Mirallas, who ventures in from the right and after being felled in the penalty area Jagielka hits from 16 yards and Mignolet makes super save to keep him out.

20:26: Lukaku's night is over. Steven Naismith will replace him. Huge blow for Roberto Martinez's men.

20:24: Double trouble for Everton it seem. In the lead up to the Gerrard header a collision between Gareth Barry and Romelu Lukaku leaves the Belgian on the floor and struggling with an ankle problem.

20:22: The blue touch paper is alight in the Merseyside derby. Luis Suarez's corner is into the near post and Steven Gerrard meets it first and heads it past Howard and past the man on the near post. The hosts ahead.

Goal: Liverpool 1-0 Everton (Steven Gerrard)

20:18: Redemption seems to be the theme of Puncheon's current run of goal, which have come since that horror penalty miss against Tottenham. At Anfield, Howard smoothers Sturridge's effort.

Goal: Crystal Palace 1-0 Hull City (Jason Puncheon)

20:16: Game hasn't truely got going at Anfield and Everton sum up their lacklustre start with a poorly taken half chance as the ball falls to Pienaar who on the edge of the box drags his shot horribly.

20:10: Another chance for Liverpool as Suarez is denied from range by Howard. At Old Trafford, Mark Hudson heads goalwards but David de Gea smashes the ball clear before Bellamy can direct home.

20:08: Southampton have dominated the opening stages at St Mary's and they have a deserved lead. Luke Shaw's cross is a good one and Fonte benefits from an error from Szczesny to head home.

Goal: Southampton 1-0 Arsenal (Jose Fonte)

20:05: Juan Mata involved as United go close to making it two. The Spaniard's digs out a cross to the back post where Ashley Young is all alone but the wideman can't connect.

20:04: Now a chance for Liverpool in a typically frenetic start at Anfield. The hosts make a mess of an attack and the ball breaks to Henderson whose low dipping volley is palmed away by Howard.

20:02: Ross Barkley returns for Everton tonight and we almost see the England midfielder make an early impact on the derby. He picks the ball up 30 yards from goal and unleash a thunderous hit which rises over the bar. Mignolet had no idea.

20:00: Underway at Selhurst Park and Anfield, where we will focus.

19:54: After seven weeks out Robin van Persie wastes little time in making up for lost time. Ashley Young crosses and Valencia hits the bar with a header before Van Persie is denied by Marshall from the rebound before nodding in the follow-up.

Goal: Manchester United 1-0 Cardiff City (Robin van Persie)

19:51: Worth mentioning that the returns to Manchester United don't stop at Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Frazier Campbell starts for Cardiff. Not sure the pair are held in equal esteem at Old Trafford.

19:46: Underway in our four 7:45pm kick-offs, including at Old Trafford where our focus will be.

19:40: Arsenal's trip to Southampton has been somewhat overshadowed tonight but it should be not be underestimated the task at hand of extending their lead at the Premier League summit. Saints hand a full league debut to Sam Gallagher, the latest product off the St Mary's production line, who leads the attack.

19:37: Good also for the Toffees to see Ross Barkley back from a broken toe. His duel with Steven Gerrard should be a cracker.

19:36: Huge boost to Everton ahead of a mamouth Merseyside derby with the news that Leighton Baines has signed a new four-year dealwith the club. Have to priase how he dealt with the speculation regarding his future through Manchester United's interest.

David Moyes on Juan Mata's debut: "I'm looking forward to it. We just want to get back to winning ways. We're not going to put too much pressure on him but we felt it was right tonight. We'll see how long he lasts but we'll have a look."

19:18: And now the team news for the 20:00 kick offs:

Crystal Palace: Speroni, Mariappa, Gabbidon, Delaney, Moxey, Puncheon, Ward, Jedinak, Bolasie, Chamakh, Jerome.

Hull City: McGregor, Bruce, Davies, McShane, Rosenior, Elmohamady, Meyler, Huddlestone, Livermore, Jelavic, Long

Liverpool: Mignolet, Cissokho, Skrtel, Toure, Flanagan, Gerrard, Henderson, Coutinho, Sturridge, Sterling, Suarez

Everton: Howard, Baines, Jagielka, Mirallas, McCarthy, Lukaku, Barry, Barkley, Pienaar, Stones, Alcaraz.

19:15: Bit of meat to the team-naews bone. Manchester United do give a debut to record-signing Juan Mata while Robin van Persie returns after nearly two months out. Newcastle are as expected without Yohan Cabaye who is set to join PSG and Sammi Ameobi begins in his absence. Arsenal give another start to Serge Gnabry. At Swansea, Wilfried Bony leads the attack as Dimitar Berbatov comes back for Fulham.

19:05: Teams from the four 19:45 kick offs:

Manchester United: De Gea, Rafael, Smalling, Evans, Evra, Valencia, Jones, Giggs, Young, Mata, Van Persie.

Cardiff City: Marshall, Caulker, Hudson, John, McNaughton, Medel, Whitts, Noone, Mutch, Bellamy, Campbell.

Norwich City: Ruddy, Martin, R Bennett, Bassong, Olsson, Snodgrass, Fer, Johnson, Pilkington, van Wolfswinkel, Hooper

Newcastle United: Krul Debuchy, S.Taylor, Williamson, Santon Tiote, Sissoko, Anita; Ben Arfa, Remy, Sammy Ameobi

Southampton: Boruc, Chambers, Fonte, Yoshida, Shaw, Cork, Schneiderlin, S. Davis, Lallana, Rodriguez, Gallagher.

Arsenal: Szczesny, Sagna, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Monreal, Arteta, Flamini, Ozil, Cazorla, Gnabry, Giroud.

Swansea City: Tremmel, Rangel, Chico, Williams, Davies, Britton, de Guzman, Shelvey, Routledge, Hernandez, Bony

Fulham: Stekelenburg, Riether, Hangeland, Burn, Richardson, Dejagah, Parker, Sidwell, Kacaniklic, Dempsey, Berbatov

19:00: A Premier League evening rarely filled with more subtext. Juan Mata's debut for Manchester United, Ole Gunner Solskjaer's return to Old Trafford the huge Merseyside derby in the context of Champions League qualiciation while Arsenal could extend their lead at the top against Southampton. Three more games too. Bloody brilliant.