- Free-scoring Liverpool temporarily return to the top four for the first time since August after racking up another huge win away from home
- Tottenham cling on for a draw at Watford after Davinson Sanchez is sent off in the second half
- Gylfi Sigurdsson and Dominic Calvert-Lewin net to ensure that the Sam Allardyce era at Everton commences with a comfortable home win over travel-sick Huddersfield
- Alan Pardew's first game in charge of West Brom against former club Crystal Palace ends goalless
- Stoke score twice in four first-half minutes to stun struggling Swansea and heap the pressure on Paul Clement in early relegation six-pointer
- Claude Puel's positive start to life at Leicester continues as Demarai Gray's effort downs high-flying Burnley at the King Power Stadium
- RECAP: Chelsea 3-1 Newcastle
- 17.30 GMT: Arsenal vs Manchester United
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Brighton 1-5 Liverpool
Everton 2-0 Huddersfield
Leicester 1-0 Burnley
Stoke 2-1 Swansea
Watford 1-1 Tottenham
West Brom 0-0 Crystal Palace
Late drama at Vicarage Road, where Watford have been denied a last-gasp penalty after an apparent handball from Eric Dier. Richarlison is incensed.
Coutinho piles on the misery late on for Brighton, slipping a free-kick under the wall and into the back of the net.
He then comes forward again and forces the unfortunate Dunk to head past his own goalkeeper.
Marko Grujic comes on for Henderson as we enter four minutes of additional time.
Goal: Brighton 1-5 Liverpool (Lewis Dunk OG)
Goal: Brighton 1-4 Liverpool (Philippe Coutinho)
Fabulous defending from Alexander-Arnold, who tracks Izquierdo and stops the Colombian from scoring with a last-ditch block.
Goal: Everton 2-0 Huddersfield (Dominic Calvert-Lewin)
Brighton send on Ezequiel Schelotto for Bruno and Liverpool replace Salah with Oxlade-Chamberlain.
That's Klopp's first change of the afternoon.
Dunk knocks down a sweeping free-kick and Murray fires agonisingly wide of the far post.
Brighton are trying their very best to make things interesting.
A double change from Hughton, who swaps Brown and Knockaert with Izquierdo and Solly March.
Dale Stephens, through a crowd of bodies, sends a 15-yard shot well wide after Gross' initial free-kick is cleared as far as the midfielder.
Liverpool are looking to put this game firmly to bed at the Amex.
Salah shoots straight at Ryan on the counter before Coutinho's bending effort is blocked by Lewis Dunk.
The Brazilian then hits the post as the offside flag is raised.
Abdoulaye Doucoure hits the post for Watford as 10-man Spurs cling on.
Murray comes within a whisker of making contact with Brown's front-post cross. Bruno goes in very late on Robertson and rightly receives a yellow card.
Coutinho sends the subsequent free-kick over the crossbar.
Already without Toby Alderweireld due to injury, Spurs will miss Sanchez for the next three games after he receives a straight red card for catching Richarlison in the face with his arm.
Red card: Davinson Sanchez (Tottenham)
Sigurdsson profits from a lovely flick from Dominic Calvert-Lewin to net the first goal of the Allardyce era at Everton.
Goal: Everton 1-0 Huddersfield (Gylfi Sigurdsson)
No mistake from Murray as he slots into the top corner. Brighton are back within two goals.
What a breathless start to the second half.
Goal: Brighton 1-3 Liverpool (Glenn Murray)
The referee points to the spot after a slight push from Henderson on Shane Duffy at a corner. That looked like a harsh decision, it must be said. Murray to take...
Penalty to Brighton