Full-time: Arsenal 2-1 Southampton
- Santi Carzola secures a win for the Gunners with a last-minute penalty.
- Spurs romped to an emphatic win against Stoke, for whom Mark Hughes was sent to the stands.
- Watford came from behind to beat West Ham in East London.
GOAL: Burnley 1-1 Hull City (Snodgrass)
It appears to be a day for last-minute goals.
Arsenal 2-1 Southampton (Cazorla)
Santi Cazorla finds the back of the net to seal the win for Arsenal! The Emirates is bouncing and Arsenal have escaped.
Penalty for Arsenal!
Jose Fonte brings down Giroud in the last minute of the game, and the ref points to the spot. Saints are furious, but he was all over the Frenchman.
Santi Cazorla has the ball in his hands...
We're into added time in the 3pm kick-offs. Just enough time for a hero or two to step forward?
Less than five minutes to go at the Emirates and frustration is starting to set in for the Gunners. The pre-game feel-good factor has already worn off, it seems.
As Arsenal push for a match-winning goal, there has been an interesting moment at the Riverside, where Christian Benteke is replaced by Jonathan Benteke. That's his brother.
It's all Arsenal at the Emirates, really, but Southampton have just spurned another glorious chance to pinch all three points.
On this occasion, a long range shot is saved by Cech. The keeper sends it back into the path of Shane Long, but he scuffs his effort when it appeared easier to score.
GOAL: Bournemouth 1-0 West Brom (Wilson)
And now we have a goal in each of our 3pm kick-offs. Callum Wilson finds the net with a Zlatan-esque piece of improvisation.
Southampton are making a change with ten minutes left. They're clearly happy to settle for a point, because...
Back at the Emirates, Arsenal launch an attack through the middle, eventually the ball is cut back from the left side and at the moment when Olivier Giroud appears certain to poke it home, the Frenchman slipped.
Southampton survived - but can they hold out until the end?
GOAL: Burnley 1-0 Hull (Defour)
The goals are flying in now and we have out first of the afternoon at Turf Moor. Belgian midfielder Steven Defour has scored a cracking goal from distance to break the deadlock.
GOAL: Stoke 0-4 Spurs (Kane)
Harry Kane has ended his mini-goal drought for club and country. The striker has underlined Spurs' dominance this afternoon with their fourth goal of the afternoon.
This scoreline could get gruesome for the Potters at this rate.
GOAL: West Ham 2-4 Watford (Holebas)
Jose Holebas has scored Watford's fourth of the afternoon and after a brilliant first 40 minutes for West Ham, they appear to have completely collapsed.
It's end-to-end stuff at the Emirates now, with the clock ticking down. This time, Ozil combines with Alexis Sachez, whose powerful effort just evades the far post. Arsenal are pressing and pressing for another goal.
Ah, Shane Long has spurned a great chance for the Saints.
He is played in by Tadic and as Cech comes out of his goal, Long tries to chip him. The effort, though, ends up going harmlessly wide of the target.
A couple of changes for the Gunners now, and the new signing is among those making way. Arsenal have 25 minutes to find a winning goal.
GOAL: Stoke 0-3 Tottenham (Alli)
Yep, it's definitely all over now. Dele Alli, who missed a sitter earlier, finally has his goal and Spurs have the three points.
Alli, 20, keeps his cool and slides home after good work by Kyle Walker.
GOAL: Stoke 0-2 Tottenham (Son Heung-min)
Spurs may be home and hosed against Stoke. Son Heung-min doubles their lead with a first-time shot into the roof of the net.
GOAL: West Ham 2-3 Watford (Capoue)
The Hornets complete an amazing comeback through Etienne Capoue, who chests a Roberto Pereyra cross down down and bangs it into a the net.
What a game - and there's still 30-odd minutes left!
Arsenal are pushing and pushing for another goal. Their latest attack sees Ozil lay the ball back to Lucas Perez, but his left-footed effort is well blocked.
There's a definite sense that the Gunners are building momentum here.
GOAL: Middlesbrough 1-2 Crystal Palace (Zaha)
The Eagles are back in front thanks to Wilfried Zaha, who dispossesses George Friend and then buries a shot high into the net.
Can Palace retain their lead this time?
Oxlade-Chamberlain - not for the first time today - balloons a shot way, way over the bar.
By the way, in case you're wondering about how Lucas Perez has performed, the answer is he's barely been involved so far.
We're back under way in the 3pms.
Rodriguez has come off for Southampton and Shane Long has come on. It appears long will line up on the left, with Tadic up top.