- Manchester City go top after hitting six against Watford.
- Burnley hold Liverpool at Anfield.
- Newcastle into fourth after overcoming Stoke City.
- Jamie Vardy's penalty earns Leicester a point at Huddersfield.
- West Brom and West Ham play out goalless draw.
Well that is all we have time for on this live blog. We have live coverage of Tottenham vs Swansea here, so join us for the rest of the football this afternoon. Until next time, adios.
All over at Newcastle, who have beaten Stoke; Huddersfield who have been held by Leicester and at West Brom who have played out a stalemate with West Ham.
And that is it from Anfield. Liverpool drop more points. Three games without a win now are the Reds. Great result for Burnley though, they continue to astound.
Alexandre-Arnold cross out on the full and Liverpool's chance is gone. That should be it.
Full time at Vicarage Road as City hit six at Watford. Can Liverpool grab a late winner? They have a corner with two minutes to go....
Into four minutes of stoppage time at Anfield. Can Liverpool find a late winner?
GOAL! Watford 0-6 Manchester City (Raheem Sterling)
Sterling wins a penalty after a foul by Mariappa and after getting permission to take it from Pep Guardiola, hammers the ball beyond Gomes. City have gone one better from last season.
How have Liverpool not scored! Solanke hits the cross bar from point-blank range. They also want a penalty but they really should have taken matters into their own hands.
Nick Pope makes another fine save, keeping out Alexander-Arnold's volley. Liverpool continue to create chances, but nothing clear cut.
Liverpool are all over the place at the back and twice they almost go behind for a second time. Ben Mee gets free from successive corners, the first he floats over Mignolet and it needs Trent Alexander-Arnold to head it away. The second sees Mee unmarked at the back post and requires Mignolet to make a smart save at his near post.
GOAL! Watford 0-5 Manchester City (Sergio Aguero)
The Argentina striker completes his treble with a fine goal. He runs at the Watford defence, beats two players and finishes, in off the post, despite Mariappa's best efforts.
Liverpool knocking on the door but can't break through the Burnley wall. Looks like shades of most of last season at home for the Reds. So much creativity on the field yet nothing coming from that engine room.
Philippe Coutinho has returned to the Liverpool team today, starting a game for the first time since May.
GOAL! Newcastle United 2-1 Stoke City (Jamal Lascelles)
GOAL! Watford 0-4 Manchester City (Nicolas Otamendi)
City can do it the dirty way too. David Silva and Kevin de Bruyne combine at the corner and Otamendi storms in and heads powerfully beyond Gomes, who got a touch but could only palm it into the roof of the net.
Ashley Barnes on for Gudmundsson as Burnley add an attacker to their artillery. Still spending a lot of time camped on their own penalty area though.
Daniel Sturridge with Liverpool's best effort of the half. He gets some space on the edge of the Burnley box and gets a good shot away but Pope makes a decent stop. Tom Heaton not missed so far.
GOAL! Newcaslte United 1-1 Stoke City [Xherdan Shaqiri]
Watford should have a penalty as Nathaniel Chalobah directs the ball towards goal from the corner and though the effort does not trouble Ederson, he was caught late by Kyle Walker. The ex-Chelsea pleas to the referee but his appeals go unnoticed.
GOAL! Huddersfield Town 1-1 Leicester City (Jamie Vardy)
GOAL! Huddersfield Town 1-0 Leicester City (Laurent Depoitre)
Back under way at Vicarage Road. Slight delay at Anfield however.
Half time all over the country in the Premier League.
Man City have swatted aside Watford in the first half thanks to Sergio Aguero's double and Jesus' goal. They are heading top of the Premier League.
Burnley took a shock lead at Liverpool but Mohamed Salah sees the Reds level at the break. Scott Arfield had given the visitors the advantage.
Newcastle lead Stoke thanks to Christian Atsu's first ever Premier League goal. Meanwhile, it is level at Huddersfield, who are hosting Leicester, and West Brom who have welcomed West Ham today.
Sergio Aguero has scored twice as City have cut through Watford.