Full time results:
Bournemouth 3-0 Norwich City
Chelsea 3-3 Everton
Manchester City 4-0 Crystal Palace
Southampton 3-0 West Brom
Newcastle United 2-1 West Ham
Chelsea have scored a late, late, late equaliser! It's the skipper John Terry who finds the back of the net with a neat backheel in the 97th minute of injury time. One problem though, Terry was clearly offside. The officials have made a big error there and Roberto Martinez will rightfully be upset with that.
Full time whistles being blown across the country now, Manchester City have sealed an emphatic 4-0 win over Palace.
Rob Elliot denies West Ham an equaliser! Kouyate's header is batted away and Newcastle immediately embark on a counter attack. Luckily for them, Mitrovic is leading it and to the surprise of no one, his tame effort is blocked. The ball breaks to Sissoko but he lashes another terrible effort clean over the bar.
Everton have taken the lead again in the 90th minute! Gerard Deulofeu picks out a wonderful cross from deep that bypasses everyone... except for Funes Mori who arrives at the back post to steer home!
Sergio Aguero is a good egg, isn't he? On a hat-trick, the Argentine unselfishly squaring the ball to David Silva who has the easy job of slotting home his side's fourth after another brilliant move.
Another chance wasted by Newcastle! Shelvey again is at the heart of the move, threading an excellent ball through for Mitrovic who cuts inside his man in the box with the goal at his mercy. He opens up his body and tries to side foot one into the far corner, but instead he drives it straight at Adrian. Woeful.
Newcastle have been a little careless in the last few minutes, inviting West Ham onto them. Steve McClaren's side should have scored at least four or five today, going forward his side have looked dangerous with Janmaat in particular excelling down the right, but their finishing has been fairly awful.
City make it three with Aguero capping a wonderful move between him, Yaya Toure and Kevin de Bruyne. They are cruising to three points now.
Chelsea are level! Two goals in two minutes! Tim Howard is at fault for the first as he misreads a long ball, allowing Costa to scamper in and slot home. Before Everton have time to dust themselves off, their lead is wiped away when Cesc Fabregas' shot takes a big deflection to carry it into the bottom corner.
Everton have doubled their lead at Stamford Bridge! Again it comes from a delivery from Baines with Mirallas meeting it this time, taking a touch before smashing it into the roof of the net.
Goal! Chelsea 0-2 Everton (Kevin Mirallas)
Goal! Bournemouth 2-0 Norwich City (Charlie Daniels)
West Ham have pulled one back, will Newcastle pay the price for all these missed opportunities to kill the game off? It;s an awful back pass from Mbemba that sets Jelavic free and he has the easy task of rounding Elliot before slotting home.
Newcastle have been excellent today but their finishing has been absolutely woeful again. A simple one two between Sissoko and Wijnaldum sees the Dutchman receive the ball in the six yard area completely free, but he skews his effort wide.