Leicester City 3-0 Stoke City
Manchester United 0-1 Southampton
Sunderland 1-1 AFC Bournemouth
Watford 2-1 Newcastle United
West Bromwich Albion 0-0 Aston Villa
Well it may not have had the goals to match the events of Carrow Road, but there was certainly plenty of drama. Manchester United lose for a second straight season to Southampton at Old Trafford after Charlei Austin scores on his Saint debut. Dele Alli meanwhile inspired Tottenham to a thrilling win over Crystal Palace with a goal of the season contender. There were wins for Watford and Leicester - who go back to the top of the table - while Sunderland drew with Bournemouth and Aston Villa held West Brom in two games near the bottom.
Well that is all we have time for on this Premier League live text. We're back tomorrow with Arsenal vs Chelsea, but until then goodbye.
Full time: Sunderland 1-1 Bournemouth
Full time: Leicester 3-0 Stoke
Full time: Manchester United 0-1 Southampton
Full time: West Brom 0-0 Aston Villa
Full time: Crystal Palace 1-3 Tottenham
Adnan Januzaj on and he shoots a loose ball wide of Forster's goal. That might be that.
Full time: Watford 2-1 Newcastle
Goal: Leicester City 3-0 Stoke City (Leonardo Ulloa)
Into five added minutes of added time and Southampton almost have a second. Long causes problems and Romeu arrives and De Gea makes a good save.
Goal: Manchester United 0-1 Southampton (Charlie Austin)
He has only been on the pitch a matter of minutes and he has his debut Southampton goal. Ward-Prowse swings a free-kick in from the right and Austin peels away and unmarked buries a header into the corner. Is history about to repeat itself?
Sadio mane comes off for Austin. Shane Long remains and he heads over from a free-kick. Into the last 10 minutes but there will be plenty of stoppage time after the injury to Darmian.
Daley Blind's drive in the first half is the only shot on target in this game, and it was barely what you could call a chance. Charlie Austin coming on for his Southampton debut, probably for Shane Long who hasn't looked overly threatening this afternoon.
Saints showing more and more ambition as the game progresses with United's fans growing frustrated again, as they did in the first half. Can't think of a meaningful effort on goal in this entire game.
Entering the last 20 minutes at Old Trafford and it is clear for all to see that one goal will be enough for either side today. brief entertainment has been replaced by mediocrity of the highest order. Southampton have probably edged it in this second half.
Goal: Watford 2-1 Newcastle United (Jamaal Lascelles)
Goal: Leicester City 2-0 Stoke City (Jamie Vardy)
Two changes fro Southampton as Dusan Tadic and Jordy Clasie off and Oriol Romeu and James Ward-Prowse coming on.
Victor Wanyama now with a header from the second corner but a deflection off Wayne Rooney takes the ball wide and on the wide-netting.
Shane Long comes in on a Clasie corner, and it takes a McNair header to deny him giving Saints the lead.
Darmian walks away from the incident but he is taken off. We await to hear the extent of that injury, another to United's defence.
Southampton on the break now as this game flirts with excitement. Mane scampers down the right and crosses for Shane Long but it takes Matteo Darmian's header to clear the danger. The Italian is down and is unable to continue, perhaps having cracked a rib. Paddy McNair coming on.
Goal: Watford 2-0 Newcastle United (Craig Cathcart)
Half a chance for the home team as Rooney feeds Mata, whose touch is just short of Martial in the box and Southampton get away with it. Ander Herrera played a fine ball forward to set the move in motion.