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  • Tottenham 4-0 QPR FT
  • Hull 1-1 Stoke FT
  • Sunderland 1-1 Manchester United LIVE

5:52pm: And that's a wrap! Both Manchester United and Sunderland will be disappointed with that. United were hoping to make up for their opening loss to Swansea but they looked a shell of their former selves today. Meanwhile, Sunderland were the better team for the vast majority of the game and couldn't take advantage of their chances to take maximum points.

What next for United now? Will Di Maria make a difference to that line-up? Stay tuned for all the coverage tomorrow at IBTimes UK. Bye for now!

5:50pm: End to end at the moment, Sunderland haven't been too clever with their possession so far but they've won a free kick in their own half as well. Both sides are desperate for those three points...

5:45pm: Going into the final minutes now, and United have a chance on goal but in all the confusion it's scrambled away.

5:39pm: Sunderland continue to mix things up, taking off Buckley for Bridcutt. It could go either way at this point with less than 10 minutes to go.

5:37pm: Meanwhile, Sky Sports are breaking that Manchester United have agreed a £63.9million fee for Angel Di Maria. Will he take this side from what happened today to title contenders? It seems a long shot.

5:35pm: Sunderland make a change with Jozy Altidore on for Steven Fletcher.

5:31pm: It's the final 20 minutes, and Sunderland are having the majority of chances at the moment with 9 to United's 5. But that doesn't mean the Red Devils haven't looked dangerous on a couple of occasions... well, only a couple.

5:27pm: Januzaj and Welbeck are looking good for United and giving them a new edge but it's not enough to break through Sunderland's defence at the moment. Still, some excitement is back in the game and it's end to end stuff.

5:21pm: United make a change with van Persie and Fletcher off for Januzaj and Welbeck. Meanwhile Sunderland bring on Jordi Gomez for Rodwell. This is all in the aftermath of Ashley Young being booked for diving.

5:20pm: United have got some fight in them yet with Darren Fletcher taking the ball up and passing it to Mata, but he can't find enough space and it's cleared. Meanwhile Louis van Gaal and Ryan Giggs don't look happy in the dugout.

5:11pm: Once again United look in disarray as Sunderland make the most of the chance but it's deflected off Blackett.

5:02pm: And we're off for the second half!

4:47pm: And that's a wrap on the first half. United put on a pretty embarrassing performance apart from their goal which did nothing but show their glaring weaknesses once more. Can van Gaal turn it around?

4:44pm: United take off Chris Smalling, who appears to be suffering an injury, for Michael Keane.

4:43pm: Sunderland have had more chances than United - so far 6 to 3 - but they can't make it count at the moment and although Jack Rodwell tries some trickery in the air it's off target again.

4:36pm: Rooney gets a free kick and the Sunderland fans are happy to see it squandered. United back to square one at the moment.

4:30pm: GOAL! Just when United were looking settled, Jack Rodwell steals a goal and Sunderland are now even! The side set up a successful corner with Sebastian Larsson crossing the ball and Rodwell gets his head on it in the centre of the box.

4:27pm: United are holding the edge over Sunderland with their possession and the fans are now a lot quieter as the Black Cats fail to create any big chances.

4:21pm: A counter attack like that was one which United did often in the days of Sir Alex Ferguson. They weren't always the best team on the pitch but they took advantage of their chances where the opposition did not. Can Sunderland come back from that?

4:16pm: GOAL! Manchester United go against the run of play and Juan Mata puts it in the net after just 17 minutes, with Antonio Valencia taking advantage of the break after Conor Wickham misses his chance on goal.

4:13pm: Not much has happened yet apart from United looking shaky in their back three. Both sides have a chance apiece but nothing on target.

4:05pm: United haven't made the best of starts, with Valencia and Young both losing their footing and gifting Sunderland chances.

4:00pm: And we're off!

3:55pm: And we're back! It's minutes until kick-off and with Robin van Persie and Antonio Valencia starting for United Louis van Gaal will be keen to clock his first win with the side. Or will Sunderland shock them?

3:24pm: And that's a wrap on both games. Tune in in half an hour for coverage of Sunderland v Manchester United!

3:21pm: And that's a wrap at White Hart Lane with a convincing win for Tottenham. Meanwhile Stoke are pushing forward in the final seconds...

3:17pm: Team line-ups for Sunderland v Manchester United are as follows:

Sunderland: Mannone, Vergini, van Aanholt, Brown, O'Shea, Cattermole, Larsson, Rodwell, Buckley, Wickham, Fletcher. Subs: Pantilimon, Jones, Bridcutt, Gomez, Altidore, Mavrias, Roberge.

Manchester United: De Gea; Jones, Smalling, Blackett; Valencia, Cleverley, Fletcher, Mata, Young; Rooney, van Persie Subs: Amos, M. Keane, James, Kagawa, Hernandez, Welbeck, Januzaj.

3:14pm: Corner for QPR results in a goal, but it won't be counted, as Onuoha committed a foul in the lead-up. That will please Danny Rose, who deflected the ball into the net.

3:11pm: GOAL! Stoke have found the leveller that seemed so difficult! Ryan Shawcross takes the scores to 1-1 and saves the Potters some of their blushes.

3:07pm: Tottenham have had 17 shots on goal so far this match, while QPR have had just five. Of Spurs' five shots on target they've scored four, and fans will be rejoicing at the side showing the urgency and pace they called for last season.

2:58pm: Charlie Adam comes on for Stoke as Mark Hughes desperately looks for an edge over Hull. If they lose this it will be particularly disappointing after the red card.

2:54pm: GOAL! Tottenham make it 4-0 with Emmanuel Adebayor clocking a brace for Spurs after a brilliant cross from Danny Rose. This should be a walkover for them now, and a trip to top of the league if things stay like this.

2:51pm: Bentaleb is off for Moussa Dembele, as Tottenham look to experiment a little while ahead.

2:47pm: Lamela was disappointing last season and came close to leaving Tottenham but today he looks a different player. Another of Villas-Boas' purchases, Christian Eriksen, is also starring today, and the playmaker has two shots on goal in quick succession, but one is blocked and the other too high.

2:44pm: It's substitution time at Hull, as Mark Hughes brings on Peter Crouch for Marko Arnautovic, while Hull bring on Liam Rosenior for Thomas Ince.

2:40pm: Despite playing 10 men for much of the first half Stoke are yet to have a shot on target, and whlie they might be dominating possession they will need to significantly improve their attack if they want to take three points from this.

2:37pm: Erik Lamela has been the star of the show for Tottenham so far and he is already in with an attempt on goal this half, but it's too high.

2:34pm: And we're back!

2:17pm: It's half time now and Tottenham are looking very much on top, while Mark Hughes has a lot of work to do at Stoke to get back on top of a 10-man Hull.

2:15pm: That was a busy 15 minutes on the goal front! Hull have regrouped after they went down to 10 men and are taking the game to Stoke, while Tottenham look to be dishing out a thrashing over a hapless QPR. Both Stoke and Rangers will be counting down until half time right about now...

2:13pm: GOAL! Hull have done the unthinkable and stunned Stoke, who up until now had the majority of possession and shots on goal. Nikica Jelavik puts a goal on the board for the side and now they just need to hold on.

2:06pm: GOAL! And again, Tottenham could make this a thrashing today! Lamela once again has a hand in this, producing brilliance in the middle of the park before passing to Nacer Chadli who finally gets one in after so many attempts earlier. QPR look in more trouble than Hull right now...

2:00pm: GOAL! Eric Dier doubles Tottenham's lead against QPR with a header from the right side of the six yard box. The ball came from Lamela after Spurs set up a brilliant corner to beat a QPR side that have looked second best so far.

1:59pm: Now it's Christian Eriksen getting a piece of the action as Tottenham continue to dominate QPR. He hits the woodwork with his free kick, while Nacer Chadli continues to clock up chances for Spurs. It seems like it's only a matter of time before they get another...

1:52pm: Hull appear to have lightened up since the red card, but can they keep the pace for the rest of the game? The side have a chance on goal thanks to Tom Ince but it's blocked. Meanwhile at Tottenham it's end to end stuff - QPR's Matt Phillips could have easily had a goal had he aimed right.

1:47pm: Tottenham are on a roll now - they nearly make it two with Adebayor shooting from just outside the box, but it's saved by Green.

1:45pm: RED CARD! After Stoke are called offside James Chester commits a foul on Glenn Whelan, and being the last man in defence the ref gets out the red without second thought. Hull are in real trouble now.

1:41pm: GOAL! Tottenham go up 1-0 thanks to Nacer Chadli, with Emmanuel Adebayor instrumental in that one yet again.

1:40pm: Up to the 10 minute mark and nothing looking particularly dangerous over at Hull. At White Hart Lane though, Emmanuel Adebayor is looking the goods - after assisting Lamela's shot earlier he has one of his own, but it's too high.

1:33pm: Tottenham have had a shot already, bursting out of the blocks against QPR. They're dominating play at the moment and Lamela has gotten in on the action, having a shot blocked.

1:30pm: And we're off!

1:27pm: Team line-ups for Hull v Stoke are as follows:

Hull City: McGregor; Chester, McShane, Davies; Elmohamady, Livermore, Huddlestone, Quinn, Robertson, Ince; Jelavic. Subs: Rosenior, Figueroa, Bruce, Meyler, Boyd, Harper, Aluko.

Stoke City: Begovic; Bardsley, Shawcross, Wilson, Pieters; Nzonzi, Whelan, Odemwingie, Sidwell, Arnautovic; Diouf. Subs: Muniesa, Adam, Walters, Cameron, Crouch, Bojan, Sorensen.

1:25pm: Team line-ups for Tottenham v QPR are as follows:

Tottenham: Lloris, Dier, Kaboul, Vertonghen, Rose, Bentaleb, Capoue, Chadli, Eriksen, Lamela, Adebayor. Subs: Lennon, Soldado, Holtby, Kane, Dembele, Friedel, Davies.

QPR: Green, Caulker, Ferdinand, Dunne, Isla, Mutch, Barton, Fer, Traore, Phillips, Remy. Subs: Simpson, Wright-Phillips, Onuoha, Faurlin, Murphy, Hoilett, Zamora.

1:15pm: Good afternoon and welcome to the IBTimes UK's live coverage of the Sunday Premier League action, with Tottenham taking on QPR while Hull face Stoke, and later Manchester United will look to make up for their shock first week loss to Swansea with a win against Sunderland.