Full time: Leicester 2-5 Arsenal
Full-time: Liverpool 3-2 Aston Villa
Full-time: Manchester United 3-0 Sunderland
Full-time: Southampton 3-1 Swansea
Full-time: Stoke 2-1 Bournemouth
Full-time: West Ham 2-2 Norwich
17:30 BST: Newcastle v Chelsea
Well, what a breathless afternoon of Premier League action that was. A superb victory for Arsenal as they come back from a goal down to end plucky Leicester's unbeaten run and a hat-trick from Alexis will be a timely confidence boost given his lackluster performances since winning the Copa America with Chile over the summer.
Manchester United had little trouble easing past a Sunderland side that have conceded 23 goals in all competitions so far this season and now sit top of the pile following rivals City's emphatic defeat at White Hart Lane earlier on today. Liverpool made incredibly hard work of their victory over Aston Villa but Rodgers will be delighted with that second-half brace from Sturridge.
A first win of the season for Stoke, but Bournemouth will be more concerned by that potentially serious injury suffered by Wilson. Swansea have entered something of a rut with a third defeat in four games away to Southampton and there is still an obvious gap to be bridged in terms of West Ham's home and away performances.
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Leicester 2-5 Arsenal
Liverpool 3-2 Aston Villa
Manchester United 3-0 Sunderland
Southampton 3-1 Swansea
Stoke 2-1 Bournemouth
West Ham 2-2 Norwich
So many late goals on a quite ridiculous afternoon of Premier League football. Substitute Diouf, brought on for Bojan just past the hour mark, looks to have secured a first three points of the season for Stoke as he heads home Glen Johnson's cross. Cruel on Bournemouth.
Speaking of decisive late goals, West Ham have snatched a point at home to Norwich thanks to Kouyate's equaliser at the death. Manchester United extend their lead against hapless Sunderland as Mata scores from an Ashley Young cross and Giroud has notched Arsenal's fifth against Leicester.
Goal: Leicester 2-5 Arsenal (Olivier Giroud)
Goal: West Ham 2-2 Norwich (Cheikhou Kouyaté)
Goal: Manchester United 3-0 Sunderland (Juan Mata)
Surely Leicester are not about to spring the most miraculous of comebacks? Vardy has a brace as he sends home the rebound from Andrej Kramarić's initial shot.
Goal: Stoke 2-1 Bournemouth (Mame Biriam Diouf)
Goal: Leicester 2-4 Arsenal (Jamie Vardy)
A flurry of late goals across the Premier League as Alexis caps a brilliant afternoon for Arsenal in the east Midlands and completes his hat-trick by cutting in from the left-hand side and sending an effort past Kasper Schmeichel. Not even Leicester can come back from this.
Norwich have restored their slender lead at Upton Park courtesy of a fine individual goal from Redmond and Bournemouth have equalised against winless Stoke as Gosling shoots through a crowded penalty area.
Nothing more than a consolation for Swansea against Southampton as Sigurdsson converts from the penalty spot after Neil Taylor is fouled by Jose Fonte.
Goal: Southampton 3-1 Swansea (Gylfi Sigurdsson)
Goal: Stoke 1-1 Bournemouth (Dan Gosling)
Goal: West Ham 1-2 Norwich (Nathan Redmond)
Goal: Leicester 1-4 Arsenal (Alexis Sanchez)
Defending certainly not the order of the day at Anfield as the towering Gestede powers home a header from Jordan Amavi's cross. What a second half that is turning out to be.
Goal: Liverpool 3-2 Aston Villa (Rudy Gestede)
A quite mad couple of minutes on Merseyside, where Aston Villa reduce the deficit through summer signing Gestede's close-range finish before Sturridge replies immediately with his second of the afternoon after exchanging passes with Philippe Coutinho. Rodgers will be delighted to have him back in the fold.
On the south coast, Mane has wrapped up three points for Southampton and condemned Swansea to a third defeat in four matches.
Goal: Liverpool 3-1 Aston Villa (Daniel Sturridge)
Goal: Liverpool 2-1 Aston Villa (Rudy Gestede)
Goal: Southampton 3-0 Swansea (Saido Mane)
At Anfield, Liverpool have surely secured their first victory since 17 August in fine style as Sturridge fires a brilliant volley past Guzan. That is a first goal since March for a player who only returned from a long-term hip injury against Norwich last weekend.
There does not look likely to be another sensational comeback from Leicester on the horizon as the previously out-of-sorts Alexis doubles his tally for the afternoon by heading home a cross from Mesut Ozil.
Goal: Liverpool 2-0 Aston Villa (Daniel Sturridge)
Goal: Leicester 1-3 Arsenal (Alexis Sanchez)