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)