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Arsenal 3-2 Swansea City
Manchester City 1-1 Everton
Bournemouth 6-1 Hull City
West Brom 1-1 Tottenham
Stoke City 2-0 Sunderland

Arsenal move top of the Premier League after their narrow win over Swansea, leapfrogging Manchester City who missed twice from the penalty as they drew at home to Everton. Tottenham remain the league's only unbeaten side after rescuing a point at the Hawthorns, while Stoke secured their first win of the season against David Moyes' beleaguered Sunderland. Bournemouth had the easiest afternoon of the day, putting six past Hull City.

Full-time: West Brom 1-1 Tottenham

Full-time: Manchester City 1-1 Everton

Jonny Evans fouls Son on the edge of the box and Tottenham have a free kick in a dangerous position in the dying moments of this match.

Full-time: Arsenal 3-2 Swansea City

Walcott hits the bar! Another chance to seal his hat-trick passes him by. Can Swansea punish them and muster an equaliser?

As things stand at the Etihad, the Hawthorns and the Emirates, Arsenal will finish the day top of the Premier League...

Tottenham have their equaliser! Eriksen sees his shot charged down but picks the ball back up and slides a deft ball back across to Alli, who finds the back of the net with a smart finish. Five minutes of time added on here, have Spurs got anything else?

Goal! West Brom 1-1 Tottenham (Dele Alli, 89)

Goal! Bournemouth 6-1 Hull City (Dan Gosling, 88)

Goal! Bournemouth 5-1 Hull City (Callum Wilson, 82)

Oh Tottenham. They have absolutely dominated possession at the Hawthorns today but with eight minutes remaining, West Brom have the lead! James McClean sees his drive on goal brilliantly saved by Lloris, but, of course, it is the former Tottenham player Nacer Chadli who is perfectly placed to blast home the rebound.

Goal! West Brom 1-0 Tottenham (Nacer Chadli, 82)

Everyone at the Emirates has the right hump with referee Jon Moss at the moment. Mustafi and Ozil both get frustrated with his calls as the crowd chant 'You don't know what you're doing.'

Arsenal lead 3-2 at the Emirates but they are now down to 10 men. Xhaka cynically brings down Barrow on the half-way line, expecting to be shown a booking. The referee has other ideas, and shows him a straight red!

Now City have their equaliser! Just off the bench, Noilito latches onto a cross from David Silva and steers a header home.

Goal! Manchester City 1-1 Everton (Nolito, 72)

RED CARD - Granit Xhaka (Arsenal)

It's happening to City again! Phil Jagielka gives away another penalty and this time Sergio Aguero steps up, having missed one midweek for Argentina. Can he end his hoodoo? Nope! Stekelenburg saves again!

PENALTY - Manchester City

Goals everywhere. Bournemouth are on easy street now, with Charlie Daniels pulling back a cross to tee up Stanislas for his second of the game.

Fightback from Swansea? Maybe. Barrow does brilliantly to burst away from Monreal before crossing into Borja who scores his first goal for the club.

Goal! Arsenal 3-2 Swansea City (Borja Baston, 66)

Goal! Bournemouth 4-1 Hull (Junior Stanislas, 65)

Everton take the lead at the Etihad! It's superb from Romelu Lukaku, who breaks all on his own from the half-way line on the counter attack, shrugging off challenges before slotting past Bravo.

Goal! Manchester City 0-1 Everton (Romelu Lukaku, 61)

Trouble for Tottenham. Toby Alderweireld landed very awkwardly after challenging for a high ball and he has limped off at the Hawthorns, being replaced by Eric Dier.

Just after Walcott passed up a chance to score his third, Arsenal come right back to extend their lead. It's a superb assist from Sanchez, lifting a ball from the right for Ozil who volleys beautifully into the roof of the net.

Goal! Arsenal 3-1 Swansea (Mesut Ozil, 57)

Terrific chance for Arsenal to extend their lead as Ozil threads one through for Walcott, but Fabianski rushes out to make a fine save.

In the first-half at the Hawthorns. Tottenham had 79% possession. 79 PERCENT. Of course, it's West Brom who get the best chance of the second half, however, with the ball falling kindly to Gareth McAuley inside the box but he can't steady himself and fires wide.

That was some challenge from Neil Taylor at the Emirates. The Wales international crashes through the back of Mesut Ozil, who did his best to ride the challenge, to his credit. The Swansea defender is shown a yellow card.

And we are back underway for the second half.

Half-time scores:

Arsenal 2-1 Swansea City
Manchester City 0-0 Everton
Bournemouth 3-1 Hull City
West Brom 0-0 Tottenham
Stoke City 2-0 Sunderland

Half-time whistles now being blown up and down the country.

Joe Allen has another! Sunderland can only clear a corner as far as the edge of the box where the former Liverpool midfielder is lurking and smashes it through a crowd of players and into the back of the net.

Goal! Stoke City 2-0 Sunderland (Joe Allen, 45)

Bournemouth are leading comfortably again now. Robert Snodgrass brings down Callum Wilson and it is an easy decision for the referee. Junior Stanislas steps up and drives it straight down the centre of the goal.

Goal! Bournemouth 3-1 Hull City (Junior Stanislas, 45)

PENALTY - Bournemouth

Maarten Stekelenburg keeps City out! Kevin de Bruyne steps up but it comes at a comfortable height for the Dutchman, who bats it away.


Penalty for City! David Silva dances into the box and is clipped by Phil Jagielka.

PENALTY - Manchester City

Theo Walcott

Walcott and Bellerin celebrate but Swansea have pulled one back since.

Goal! Bournemouth 2-1 Hull City (Steve Cook, 40)

Swansea have one back! Granit Xhaka gives the ball away and it provides Sigurdsson with the space to approach the edge of the box and curl a superb effort around Cech with his weaker foot. Hope for Bob Bradley?

Goal! Arsenal 2-1 Swansea (Gylfi Sigurdsson, 38)

Against the run of play, Hull have pulled one back! Is loose pass from Steve Cook is pounced upon by Ryan Mason whose shot on goal takes a deflection of the same Bournemouth player, guiding it past Boruc.

Goal! Bournemouth 1-1 Hull (Ryan Mason, 33)

Arsenal double their lead! Fabianski rushes out to deal with a corner but his clearance thumps into the back of one of his own players. Walcott again reacts quickest, taking a quick touch before slotting a second home.

Goal! Arsenal 2-0 Swansea City (Theo Walcott, 32)

After a bleak international break with England, Walcott picks up where he left off for Arsenal! Alexis Sanchez loops a ball over for Bellerin to chase down. He gets their ahead of his marker (of course he did, have you seen how quick he is?) and nods the ball across goal with Walcott lurking. Amat is there too, however, but doesn't react quickly enough, allowing the Gunners forward to slot home.

Goal! Arsenal 1-0 Swansea City (Theo Walcott, 26)

Now Xhaka is presented with the chance to shoot from 20 yards out after some neat up work up the left from Monreal. Out of all of Arsenal's players, there's no one you would fancy more to test the goalkeeper from here, but the former Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder takes too long and his effort is charged down.

Swansea offer something in attack for the first time this afternoon with Leroy Fer trying his luck from range, but fires just over.

Arsenal hit the post! From a corner kick, Mustafi comes forward and throws himself onto the end of the delivery. Fabianski leaps across but can't quite stretch far enough, but luckily for him, the post keeps it out.

Arsenal meanwhile have started the far brighter of the two sides at the Emirates with Swansea already dropping deep and soaking up pressure. Alex Iwobi has the chance to shoot on the edge of the box but instead ushers it onto Ozil whose effort is blocked.

Joe Allen is at it again! The Wales international scores in three consecutive games for the first time in his career, latching onto Arnautovic's cross, heading home from six yards out.

Goal! Stoke City 1-0 Sunderland (Joe Allen, 8)

Bournemouth lead after a minute! Ryan Mason gives away a free kick on the edge of the box than Stanislas lashes on goal. Marshall is rooted to the spot and watches as his effort comes back off the post and into the path of Daniels, who volleys home.

Goal! Bournemouth 1-0 Hull City (Charlie Daniels, 1)

Ans we are off and underway in our 3pm kick offs.

Not long until kick-off. Our focus will be on the game at the Emirates this afternoon but we'll have updates from all the other 3pm kick offs. If you want to keep a closer eye on West Brom vs Tottenham, follow our dedicated live blog here.

As expected, Nacer Chadli starts against his former club while Chris Brunt is back in the West Brom squad for the first time in eight months, having recovered from the knee injury that saw him miss Northern Ireland's Euro 2016 campaign.

Mauricio Pochettino makes two changes to the side that beat Manchester City before the international break. Ben Davies comes in for Danny Rose at left back while Vincent Janssen, who is still to score a Tottenham goal from open play, comes into lead the attack in place of Son Heung-min. Eric Dier is on the bench.

With Glen Johnson ruled out for a month, Phil Bardsley comes in at right-back for Stoke this afternoon, while Joe Allen has been passed fit to start. Bojan, Peter Crouch and Jon Walters are among Mark Hughes' options on the bench.

David Moyes meanwhile makes three changes to the side that drew at West Brom before the international break. Papy Djilobodji finds himself back in the first-team alongside John O'Shea, while Jack Rodwell and Patrick van Aanholt are also back in at the expense of Jason Denayer and Jan Kirchoff.

Eddie Howe has stuck with the same team he picked for their last two matches against Everton and Watford. There is a return to the bench however for Tyrone Mings after 13 months out of the team, having suffered a serious injury just six minutes into his Premier League debut last August.

Mike Phelan does make changes, however, with Will Keane among the four coming into his side. Ahmed Elmohamady also comes back in having served his suspension.

Lots of changes for Manchester City this afternoon with a huge Champions League clash with Barcelona next Wednesday. Sergio Aguero drops to the bench with Kelechi Iheanacho coming in to replace him. Leroy Sane makes his first starting appearance in the Premier League alongside compatriot Ilkay Gundogan, while Kevin de Bruyne makes his return after four weeks on the sidelines with a hamstring injury.

The big call from Ronald Koeman is to leave Ross Barkley out of his starting XI, opting instead for the pace of Yannick Bolasie and Gerard Deulofeu to support Romelu Lukaku.

No changes for Arsenal this afternoon, then. Francis Coquelin is fit again but settles for a spot on the bench with Arsene Wenger again opting for a Cazorla-Xhaka partnership in the middle of the park. Even if Olivier Giroud were fit, you feel Alexis Sanchez would have been preferred as the focal point of attack.

Swansea make three changes from the side that lost to Liverpool prior to the international break. Federico Fernandez, Neil Taylot and Modou Barrow all come in for Rangel, van der Hoorn and Borja. The former Atletico Madrid forward drops to the bench with his compatriot Fernando Llorente ruled out completely having been unable to train fully this week.

Swansea make three changes from the side that lost to Liverpool prior to the international break. Federico Fernandez, Neil Taylot and Modou Barrow all come in for Rangel, van der Hoorn and Borja.

Swansea team to face Arsenal: Fabianski, Naughton, Fernandez, Amat, Taylor, Cork, Britton, Fer, Barrow, Sigurdsson, Routledge

Subs: Nordfeldt, van der Hoorn, Rangel, Kingsley, Fulton, Ki, Borja

Arsenal team to face Swansea: Cech, Bellerin, Mustafi, Koscielny, Monreal, Xhaka, Cazorla, Iwobi, Ozil, Walcott, Alexis

Subs: Ospina, Gibbs, Gabriel, Coquelin, Elneny, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Lucas

BREAKING: Kevin de Bruyne returns for Manchester City, he starts against Everton this afternoon along with Leroy Sane and Raheem Sterling.

BREAKING: Granit Xhaka partners Santi Cazorla in midfield with Alexis Sanchez again preferred up front.

Elsewhere today, Chelsea were cruising at Stamford Bridge having taken a two goal lead in the first half. They are under a bit more pressure now, however, with Leicester still attempting to claw their way back into the contest. You can follow the final 25 minutes of that game here.

When will we see Aaron Ramsey back in an Arsenal shirt? The Wales international has not played since the first game of the season and judging from Wenger's comments this week, it could be another few weeks before he is ready to start a game.

I am disappointed [Ramsey is not fit], he has worked very hard, he had a few little setbacks that forced us to be cautious. He is not far away now. He is on last stage to build up fitness, he is not far away.

"Next week will come too early. It's a vicious circle, he had a little setback so we rest him so then that's takes longer it takes to build him up again. You have to create basically a new three weeks of preparation to get him to the level.

"We have decided that we will give him a complete pre-season now, even if he misses more games. Giroud will be the same because he has been out now, he has still not been on the pitches. I think he starts to have a jog again today for the first time so he has been interrupted a lot in his preparation. We have to build his fitness up again.

Swansea have won just once - an EFL Cup tie against Peterborough United - since the opening day of the season. Bradley, who has managed Egypt, Stabaek and Le Havre since a five-year stint with the United States national team, was the man chosen to address the slump and insists everyone will have the chance to impress him.

Whenever there's a change it's a fresh start for everybody," he added. "You can see that on certain faces, that's clear. In the moment, you look at guys every day even at a time when there's been a difficult period, you still look at the group and see enthusiasm, fresh faces, a certain amount of excitement and that's a good thing. It doesn't automatically mean because you've changed some things it will come together right away, but it's a start.

Team news: Swansea

Bob Bradley has some early headaches with Both Fernando Llorente and Jefferson Montero are considered doubts. The former Juventus and Sevilla striker suffered a rib injury prior to the international break and has been unable to return to full training. Montero meanwhile is struggling with an ankle problem.

Centre-back Federico Fernandez is expected to return after a groin strain, however.

Team news: Arsenal

Francis Coquelin is back in contention today after recovering from his injury while Mesut Ozil passed himself fit after a minor scare while representing Germany on international duty. Olivier Giroud and Aaron Ramsey however remain out with Arsene Wenger telling reporters on Friday both players are having to undergo what is effectively a 'new pre-season.'

Ramsey has not featured since limping off on the opening day of the season against Liverpool with a hamstring problem. Giroud meanwhile is still to start a game this season with a toe injury in a Champions League tie against Paris Saint-Germain further disrupting his campaign.

Last time Swansea City visited the red half of north London, they left having ended Arsenal's hopes of claiming their first Premier League title in 12 years. Goals from Wayne Routledge and Ashley Williams wiped out Joel Campbell's opener that night, sealing a win that gave the Welsh club some significant breathing space at the bottom of the league in what was another frustrating surrender from the home side.

It was Francesco Guidolin's side that did the damage that night – even if he wasn't there in person having been told to stay at home due to illness. Bob Bradley sits in the dugout this afternoon, taking charge of his first game for the club. Ending Arsenal's run of five straight wins in the top item on his agenda today.

There are five 3pm kick offs this afternoon. After that sobering defeat to Tottenham Hotspur before the international break, Manchester City welcome Everton to the Etihad Stadium. Spurs will attempt to stay right on their heels; they are at West Brom today with Nacer Chadli set to line up against his former club for the first time.

Stoke and Sunderland are still without a win this season; they clash at the Britannia Stadium while Mike Phelan leads out Hull for the first time as their official permanent manager away to Bournemouth. We'll have team news and goal updates from all those games throughout the afternoon.