- Charlie Daniels puts Bournemouth ahead with calm finish.
- Callum Wilson scores penalty after Granit Xhaka fouls Ryan Fraser.
- Fraser adds third in the second half.
- Alexis Sanchez and Lucas Perez score twice in five minutes.
- Olivier Giroud equalises in 91st minute.
- Bournemouth denied first ever win against Arsenal.
- New Swansea manager Paul Clement in stands for match at Crystal Palace.
- Watford could go into the top half with win over Stoke City.
Premier League fixtures:
FT Bournemouth 3-3 Arsenal
FT Crystal Palace 1-2 Swansea
FT Stoke 2-0 Watford
Well it has been another dramatic night in the Premier League, on and off the field it must be said. We're back tomorrow with a fifth day of action when Tottenham host record-breaking chasing Chelsea. But until then, goodbye.
Full time: Crystal Palace 1-2 Swansea City, Stoke 2-0 Watford
Statement from Hull City
Hull City have sacked manager Mike Phelan. More to follow.
GOAL! Crystal Palace 1-1 Swansea (Wilfried Zaha)
Full time: Bournemouth 3-3 Arsenal
Simon Francis' red card turned the contest on its head.
Bournemouth almost grab the winner as Harry Arter lashes goalwards but Cech keeps it out. Arsenal look a bit dead on their feet as the Cherries attempt to see this out.
GOAL! Bournemouth 3-3 Arsenal (Olivier Giroud)
Remarkable stuff. Ten-man Bournemouth are breached for the third time in a quarter-of-an-hour. Giroud holds off Cook in the area and nods beyond Boruc, who can only turn the ball into his own net.
Six added minutes at the Vitality Stadium. Can Arsenal complete the comeback?
Lucas Perez gives Arsenal hope with a late volley.
Giroud somehow doesn't equalise as Cook heads clear from under his own crossbar. Grand stand finale in prospect here. Aaron Ramsey now volleys wide from eight yards out. Should have done better.
RED CARD! Simon Francis (Bournemouth)
Another twist to this thrilling game as the home side are reduced to 10-men. Simon Francis goes through Aaron Ramsey with two feet and Michael Oliver has no hesitation but to brandish a red card. Less than 10 minutes left and the Gunners will fancy an equaliser.
It's all Arsenal now but Bournemouth are taking baby-steps out of their half when they get the opportunity and they should have won it when Dan Gosling turns past Giroud but curls wide with the goal gaping.
GOAL! Bournemouth 3-2 Arsenal (Lucas Perez)
Game very much on at the Vitality Stadium now as Arsenal pull a second back. Some neat build-up sees Giroud clip a pass over the top for Perez who takes the ball first time on the volley and finds the corner with a fabulous strike. Two goals in five minutes and this is a totally different contest.
Bournemouth look a bit nervy now and Giroud shoots from 25 yards and Boruc makes a low save. Arsenal much improved now but can they find an unlikely route back into this match?
GOAL! Bournemouth 3-1 Arsenal (Alexis Sanchez)
Now then. Arsenal get one back, which they barely deserve. Bellerin's cross is flicked on by Giroud and his deft touches catches out Bournemouth and Sanchez steals in with a diving header. The visitors' first effort on target.
Ryan Fraser taken off as Bournemouth look to consolidate. Having had another look at the replay of the goal, there is quite a big shove on Bellerin which really should not go unpunished. Poor decision it must be said.
GOAL! Stoke 2-0 Watford (Peter Crouch)
GOAL! Bournemouth 3-0 Arsenal (Ryan Fraser)
Say goodbye to the title for another season Arsenal fans. Bournemouth don't have to wait long to get their third as Fraser levers Bellerin off the ball, perhaps unfairly, but he leaves the Spaniard in his wake and threads his shot under Cech and into the far corner. Wenger is fuming, but frankly his team have been woeful in this opening hour.
Bournemouth get a third! But no, Michael Olivier rules it out for handball and once again the referee gets it spot on. Cech palms away Fraser's cross to the feet of Arter whose shot strikes Wilson on the arm and deflects into the net but the infrigement is called and the Gunners survive.
When it rains...
Sam Allardyce's first home game in charge of Crystal Palace is not going according to plan. Appears to have lost the Selhurst Park faithful inside 45 minutes. Might be a record.