Kyle Naughton
Kyle Naughton is shown red in a disastrous day for Tottenham.
  • Sunderland 1-1 Everton FT
  • Tottenham 1-2 Stoke FT
  • West Brom 0-2 Newcastle FT
  • Swansea 2-1 Arsenal FT

5:53pm: And that's a wrap. Swansea come away with a 2-1 win over Arsenal after an exciting second half. Thanks for joining us today - catch you again next time!

5:52pm: Arsenal have a corner but it comes to nothing. One minute to go.

5:50pm: Swansea's Barrow is booked for a foul - the tally in this game must be a rather large one by now for both sides. No red cards as yet though...

5:47pm: And Sanogo is on for Chambers.

5:45pm: Leon Britton replaces Tom Carroll for Swansea.

5:45pm: Coming into the final five minutes, and Arsenal are pushing hard for an equaliser. They haven't been overly dangerous as yet though...

5:40pm: Walcott and Wilshere are on, and Ramsey and Flamini off. Will it make a difference now?

5:35pm: GOAL! Bafetimbi Gomis takes Swansea ahead with a brilliant header. Jefferson Montero has been on top of CHambers all game and beats him once more with a cross that sets up Gomis perfectly. Talk about a super sub!

5:34pm: Wilfried Bony is replaced by Bafetimbi Gomis.

5:32pm: GOAL! Gylfi Sigurdsson equalises for Swansea and there'll be no slowing down for Arsenal now! It was a perfectly timed free kick from the Swans star and the Gunners wall was no match for it.

5:30pm: After a small break in play for Chambers, who looked to be injured but is back on his feet, it's all back on in Wales. Meanwhile Modou Barrow is fouled by Kieran Gibbs and he goes in the book. Swansea are yet to seriously trouble Arsenal.

5:27pm: Modou Barrow is on for Swansea as Marvin Emnes comes off. The game is looking much more open now and Swansea look dangerous.

5:25pm: Swansea have a chance almost immediately after and then Calum Chambers picks up a yellow card for a bad foul. Earlier Tom Carroll also went into the book for Swansea.

5:22pm: GOAL! Yes kids, something happened! Arsenal go up 1-0 through Alexis Sanchez - hopefully it's game on now. After a fast break Welbeck provides the assist and Sanchez, who had been quiet before this, takes full advantage with a successful shot from the centre of the box.

5:19pm: Welbeck and Oxlade-Chamberlain look Arsenal's best chances right now but neither can get close to the goal with Swansea's defence remaining intact. Into the last half hour now.

5:14pm: Mertesacker trips Emnes and is handed a yellow - at least something's happening with the cards because it aint happening in front of the net.

5:13pm: It's still 50/50 possession wise and both sides have only had 2 shots on target each. But it's been a lot more open in this half so far and you think a big chance is surely coming for one side...

5:07pm: Williams and Cazorla clash in a bad way and although the former goes down he's still given a yellow by referee Phil Dowd.

5:07pm: Arsenal have been quick out of the blocks and Oxlade-Chamberlain attempts a shot, but it's saved.

5:03pm: And we're back! Let's hope the teams have been wound up and we see some action in this half!

4:49pm: And that's a wrap on the first half.

4:47pm: Seconds to go until half time, and both sides will be needing a big talk in the dressing rooms to push harder up front. Arsenal are looking a lot better now, as Ramsey has another shot, but he's booked not long after.

4:45pm: Arsenal have just made their best play of the half with Danny Welbeck getting a look-in but former Gunners keeper Fabianski is on hand to make the save.

4:41pm: And another booking for Ki Sung-yueng's turn on Chamberlain.

4:37pm: Neil Taylor gets a yellow card for a rough tackle on Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. Still not a lot going on otherwise...

4:32pm: Arsenal's passing in the final third has let them down so far but they're pushing harder towards the box now and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has a good chance and a penalty shout after a clash with Jefferson Montero.

4:27pm: Aaron Ramsey has a shot for Arsenal but it's blocked and still nothing on target for the Gunners.

4:22pm: Finally, something interesting! Jefferson Montero puts Wojciech Szczesny and there's a penalty shout from Swansea as Chambers shoves Bony. Swansea are looking slightly on top at the moment.

4:19pm: Possession is basically equal at the moment, but Swansea are gaining more momentum in their passing.

4:14pm: SOMEONE HAVE A SHOT! Both Arsenal and Swansea are mounting attacks - Calum Chambers does some good defence work to head away a chance from Gylfi Sigurdsson - but the final touch is lacking right now.

4:11pm: Still nothing in the way of danger from either side yet, and here's a reminder from OptaJoe of how important this game is to win for Arsenal:

4 - Arsenal have won just four PL matches this season and those have come against teams currently in the bottom seven. Sluggish.

4:07pm: No shots on goal yet as Arsenal look to set the pace for the match.

4:03pm: Injury concerns for Swansea already as Ashley Williams goes down, but he's back on his feet.

4:00pm: And we're off!

3:55pm: This is your five minute warning people! Arsenal and Swansea are about to start and both sides will be expecting maximum points for this final Premier League fixture of the weekend.

3:25pm: And the other games are done too, with no late goals and Stoke coming out victorious while Everton and Sunderland settle for a stalemate.

3:21pm: And that's a wrap on West Brom and Newcastle, with Alan Pardew taking a big win for the Toon once more - their fourth in a row. Minutes left in the other fixtures...

3:19pm: Everton have had 16 shots on goal today compared to Sunderland's eight - and sveen of those shots have been on target. If they can get their shooting together they should take three points from this.

3:14pm: RED CARD - Kyle Naughton is off for Tottenham, after he completely took out Victor Moses without the ball. Couldn't be clearer, and Spurs will have to regroup now if they want any points from this.

3:08pm: GOAL! Typical Tottenham - they might be playing badly today but there's always a chance they'll score, and Nacer Chadli gets it on target from the six yard box.

3:04pm: GOAL! Leighton Baines scores from the spot and Everton are square with Sunderland once more.

3:03pm: PENALTY! Everton have a penalty after Connor Wickham takes out Seamus Coleman in the box. Leighton Baines will take it...

3:02pm: Some team news for Swansea v Arsenal at 4:00pm:

Swansea starting XI: Fabianski; Rangel, Bartley, Williams, Taylor; Ki, Carroll, Sigurdsson; Emnes, Montero, Bony.

Arsenal starting XI: Szczesny; Chambers, Mertesacker, Monreal, Gibbs; Flamini, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Ramsey; Alexis, Cazorla, Welbeck.

3:00pm: According to Squawka,

Only Wayne Rooney & Luis Suarez (5) have scored more free kicks than Sebastian Larsson (4) in the Premier League over the last four seasons.

2:57pm: GOAL! Sunderland have certainly woken up this half now and Seb Larsson puts them ahead at the Stadium of Light. It was a great free kick from the Swede but not great defending from Everton's wall as he found space to slam the ball into the net.

2:54pm: Adebayor is coming on for Spurs - can he make the difference? He's being paired with Kane up front for now. Meanwhile Steven Fletcher is caught offside for Sunderland as they start to wake up in this half.

2:52pm: Spurs might be playing woefully right now but Harry Kane doesn't look too bad and he gets a header off a set piece but sprays it wide to the right.

2:48pm: GOAL! Newcastle double their lead over West Brom through Fabricio Collocini, who finds space off another cross from Daryl Janmaat and gets his head on it. Newcastle will be seventh in the table if they win this and it's looking very likely now.

2:43pm: Sunderland's woes against Everton continue as they gift Romelu Lukaku a chance.

2:37pm: Tottenham are changing things up as they take off Christian Eriksen and Andros Townsend for Erik Lamela and Mousa Dembele.

2:33pm: And we're back! Can Tottenham and West Brom pick up their game? Can Everton make the most of their chances? Stay tuned and find out!

2:20pm: And that's a wrap on the first half.

2:16pm: GOAL! Newcastle, somewhat against the run of play, are up 1-0 as Ayoze Perez produces a brilliant shot out of nowhere. He backheeled Daryl Janmaat's cross and it looks as if the Toon could continue their winning streak now.

2:14pm: Half time is nearing across the board and West Brom are looking on top at the moment. Spurs have been woeful, and Everton appear to be getting the better of Sunderland.

2:08pm: Sunderland get a chance through Jordi Gómez but it doesn't cause Everton too much concern, who up until then were pushing hard for a goal. It would seem home advantages aren't working too well today...

2:03pm: GOAL! Stoke double their lead through Jon Walters, and the home fans are not happy at all with how this is playing out. He was totally unmarked and after collecting Mame Diouf's cross in the box he was never going to miss.

1:59pm: West Brom have had two shots on target now but Newcastle have looked equally dangerous in this half, having the best chance with Amoebi.

1:55pm: Marc Wilson is now off for Stoke - that's their second forced substitution this game - for Marc Muniesa.

1:53pm: Asmir Begovic is booked for time wasting, while Kane has a go at goal with a header but it's easily caught by the keeper.

1:47pm: Over at the Stadium of light and Gareth Barry is down and receiving treatment after a rough tackle from Jordi Gomez. He's off in place of Darron Gibson.

1:42pm: Over at Newcastle there's been chances for both sides so far, with Sammy Ameobi hitting the bar and Saido Berahino having a shot blocked at the other end.

1:40pm: Phil Bardsley has come off for Stoke and he looks injured - still the side are very much in the advantage right now as they bring on Geoff Cameron.

1:36pm: GOAL! Stoke are off the blocks early and go up 1-0 thanks to Bojan Krkic, who hit the bottom left corner with a shot from outside the box. It's just seven minutes in and this is looking a lot more exciting than the Premier League action yesterday!

1:33pm: Tottenham have started strong with Harry Kane looking every bit the part up front while Connor Wickham is working hard for Sunderland, who have made a positive start against Everton.

1:30pm: And we're off! All three games are on the go.

1:27pm: A few minutes until kick-off now and as has been happening all weekend, the players and stadiums are paying their respects to the fallen war heroes. There's a minute's silence, military personnel and wreaths on hand, for one of the most important days in Britain's calender.

1:24pm: Sunderland are on the up after a disastrous start to the season and Everton have also been showing positive results of late with the Toffees harbouring a fight for Champions League football once again this season. Black Cats fans might just be getting over their 8-0 thrashing at the hands of Southampton three weeks ago but the side are just two points of the relegation zone and will be looking to get out of the fight ASAP.

1:22pm: Newcastle, meanwhile, have won their last three games on the trot, including a second half comeback to defeat Spurs and a big win over Liverpool. The pressure has eased on Alan Pardew, who said he might show his face in the city again, but a win against West Brom is a must if they are to maintain their momentum.

1:20pm: Tottenham have won just two of their last eight games but Mauricio Pochettino insisted this week that they haven't got a weak mentality.

If you have a weak mentality, it would be there in 90 minutes, not only in some moments.

"You need to show you are ready for 95, 96, 97 minutes in the game - it's true, it's true.

"We need to work very hard with our mentality to be focused on the game.

Tottenham are currently ninth in the table and with Champions League ambitions they will be hoping to take maximum points against an inconsistent Stoke side.

1:12pm: Starting line-ups for West Brom v Newcastle are as follows:

West Brom starting XI: Foster; Wisdom, Lescott, Dawson, Pocognoli; Brunt, Dorrans, Mulumbu, Morrison; Anichebe, Berahino.

Newcastle starting XI: Krul; Janmaat, Coloccini, Dummett, Haidara; Sissoko, Abeid, Colback; Cabella, Perez, Ameobi.

1:11pm: Team line-ups for Tottenham v Stoke are as follows:

Tottenham starting XI: Lloris, Naughton, Fazio, Kaboul, Rose; Capoue, Mason; Chadli, Eriksen, Townsend; Kane.

Stoke starting XI: Begovic; Bardsley, Shawcross, Wilson, Pieters; Sidwell, Nzonzi, Bojan, Walters, Moses; Diouf.

1:10pm: Team line-ups for Sunderland and Everton are as follows:

Sunderland starting XI: Pantilimon; Vergini, Reveillere, Brown, O'Shea; Bridcutt, Larsson, Gomez, Johnson; Wickham, Fletcher.

Everton startting XI: Howard; Coleman, Jagielka, Distin, Baines; McCarthy, Barry; McGeady, Barkley, Eto'o; Lukaku.

1:00pm: Good afternoon and welcome to IBTimes UK's coverage of the Sunday Premier League fixtures - today a number of clubs have the chance to turn their season around with Everton taking on Sunderland, Tottenham facing off with Stoke and Newcastle playing West Brom. And later in the day Arsenal have a tough match away at Swansea as they look to get back into the top four.