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Full time in all six of the 3pm kick-offs in the Premier League, so let's wrap up what we've seen this afternoon.

Arsenal left it late to beat West Brom as Olivier Giroud's header secured the points.

Chelsea will end 2016 top of the Premier League after claiming a club record 12th straight win over Bournemouth.

Champions Leicester lost again at home as Kevin Mirallas and Romelu Lukaku struck for Everton.

Andre Gray proved to be the match-winner as Burnley beat Middlesbrough in a tight game at Turf Moor.

David Moyes' return to Sunderland ended in defeat as Manchester United eased to victory.

Finally, Swansea's problems continue as West Ham claimed a third win in a row at the Liberty stadium.


Goal: Chelsea 3-0 Bournemouth (Pedro)


Goal: Manchester United 3-1 Sunderland (Fabio Borini)


Goal: Leicester 0-2 Everton (Romelu Lukaku)


Goal: Swansea 1-4 West Ham (Andy Carroll)


Goal: Swansea 1-3 West Ham (Fernando Llorente)


Goal: Manchester United 3-0 Sunderland (Henrikh Mkhitaryan)


Goal: Arsenal 1-0 West Brom (Olivier Giroud)

The breakthrough at last for the Gunners as Ozil's cross sees Giroud beat McAuley to the ball and head into the roof of the net.


Goal: Manchester United 2-0 Sunderland (Zlatan Ibrahimovic)

Points safe for the home side as Pogba finds Ibrahimovic who waits for Pickford to go to ground before finds the net with aplomb.


Goal: Burnley 1-0 Middlesbrough (Andre Gray)

Victor Valdes with a bit of a howler as Gray's left-foot shot squires away from his body and into the net.


Swansea 0-3 West Ham (Michail Antonio)


Kevin Mirallas' goal looks like beating champions Leicester.

Kevin Mirallas
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Aaron Ramsey being thrown on to try and inspire Arsenal, who badly need a goal.


Claudio Yacob almost causes The Emirates Stadium to have heart failure as he heads wide for West Brom. Arsenal's storm has been weathered, could the Baggies spring a surprise?


Teams in from the tea-time kick-off.


Ben Fosters keeps out Sanchez again. Arsenal have started the second half well and West Brom are merely surviving.


Goal: Leicester 0-1 Everton (Kevin Mirallas)


How are Arsenal not ahead. Ben Foster saves twice from Sanchez before the Chilean hits the post. West Brom cut wide open but they survive.


Goal: Swansea 0-2 West Ham (Winston Reid)

A Hammers corner ends with the visitors doubling the lead as Reid heads home in amongst a host of bodies. That should be that.


Goal: Chelsea 2-0 Bournemouth (Eden Hazard)

The Belgian sends Boruc the wrong way after a foul by Simon Francis. The Blues are going to extend their advantage at the top.


Penalty to Chelsea


Frustration around The Emirates summed up here.


Half time in each of the six 3pm kick-offs in the Premier League.

Just three goals to comment on. Andre Ayew has West Ham ahead at Swansea, Pedro has put Chelsea in front against Bournemouth and Daley Blind's effort has Manchester United one-up against the David Moyes-led Sunderland

Arsenal-West Brom, Leicester-Everton and Burnley-Middlesbrough are all goalless and I can assure you there is a reason; they've been dreadful.