- Mesut Ozil give Arsenal a plucky victory over Newcastle.
- Chelsea go level on points with Manchester United as Marcos Alonso's free-kick beats Southampton.
- Marko Arnautovic scores against former club as West Ham thump Stoke to leave Mark Hughes on the brink.
- Kick-off at the Best365 Stadium delayed by an hour after major power outage.
- Huddersfield Town thump Watford as both teams finish with 10-men.
- Troy Deeney and Jonathan Hogg dismissed in either half at Vicarage Road.
- Glenn Murray misses a penalty as Brighton are held by Burnley
Premier League scores:
Arsenal 1-0 Newcastle
Brighton 0-0 Burnley
Chelsea 1-0 Southampton
Stoke 0-2 West Ham
Watford 1-4 Huddersfield
Well that brings an end to our extended live coverage from our 3pm kick-offs. Head over to our live blog from the Etihad where City are playing Spurs. We're back tomorrow, but until then goodbye.
Full-time: Stoke 0-3 West Ham
West Ham out of the relegation zone as David Moyes claims seven points from nine in a week. Stoke meanwhile are one point above the relegation zone and chants of "You're getting sacked in the morning" directed towards Mark Hughes from his own fans tells you all you need to know about his career prospects.
Is Mark Hughes on his last knockings here as the manager of Stoke City. Peter Coates is going to hear this result loud and clear, if not he reaction from the home faithful.
GOAL! Stoke 0-3 West Ham (Mamadou Sakho)
Stoke have been totally deflated by that second goal and all the noise which accompanied Arnautovic's goal and his subsequent substitution which inflamed his relations with the Potters following.
GOAL! Stoke 0-2 West Ham (Marko Arnautovic)
Manuel Lanzini plays a one-two and slips the ball through for the Austrian who are half a dozen efforts on goal makes no mistake to put the Hammers two up with a quarter of an hour left.
Ryan Shawcross somehow doesn't level it up for Stoke. Chances have come at both ends and though it is only 1-0 it could very easily be much, much more.
OFF THE BAR! Arnautovic again and Stoke survive. The Austrian cuts onto his right foot and hits one off the crossbar with Lee Grant beaten.
He is already not a favourite of the home fans and he gesticulates towards the Stoke support, who have been on his back all afternoon, and they react in a few gestures of his own.
Half an hour to go and is this the last 30 minutes of Mark Hughes' Stoke tenure? Saido Berahino on for the Potters as they push for an equaliser.
Mark Noble celebrates scoring a first half penalty.
Chance for West Ham. Aaron Cresswell crosses and Marko Arnautovic comes in at the back post but can't convert and Stoke survive.
Nice touch from Mesut Ozil.
Back under way at the Bet365. West Ham still lead by a Mark Noble penalty, though the skipper has since been forced off injured.
Full time in our four 3pm kick-offs then. Wins for Chelsea and Arsenal, Huddersfield at Watford, while Brighton have been held by Burnley.
Stoke and West Ham are not long from getting under way in the second half at the Bet365 Stadium and we'll stay with that game until it reaches a climax. So don't go anywhere.
Full-time: Arsenal 1-0 Newcastle
Fraser Forster saves from Cesc Fabregas is stoppage time. Chelsea nearly home and dry here, but goodness knows how.
GOAL! Watford 1-4 Huddersfield (Aaron Mooy)
Half time: Stoke 0-1 West Ham
What a chance for Southampton. They should really be level as a cross from the right is directed goalwards by Austin at the near post, but Courtois is not required.
Newcastle really are giving it a go in this second half and Joselu should do so much better but directs his flying header over the bar. Arsenal are been desperately poor in this second half.
Charlie Austin kept out by Thibaut Courtois. Why did he not start? Southampton pushing for an equaliser.
Arsenal struggling to put Newcastle away and Elliot keeps the visitors in it with a fine save to deny Jack Wilshere. Can the Toon create anything?
Goal ruled out at Stamford Brigde. Hazard puts the ball on the net but he is slightly beyond the last defender from the rebound and the flag goes up.
RED CARD: Jonathan Hogg (Huddersfield)