Live Updates
  • Chelsea draw 0-0 for the fourth time in seven games against 10-man Leicester.
  • Burnley are without a win in seven as they lose to Crystal Palace.
  • Huddersfield thrashed by West Ham as Manuel Lanzini scores twice.
  • Swansea hold Newcastle as Joselu cancels out Jordan Ayew's goal.
  • Watford come from two down to draw with Southampton.
  • West Brom end 20-game winless run by overcoming Brighton.

Premier League scores:

Chelsea 0-0 Leicester City

Crystal Palace 1-0 Burnley

Huddersfield Town 1-4 West Ham United

Newcastle United 1-1 Swansea City

Watford 2-2 Southampton

West Bromwich Albion 2-0 Brighton and Hove Albion

Well that is full time across the country in the Premier League, and it has been a day of draws.

Chelsea have been held by 10-man Leicester despite Ben Chilwell's sending off. Watford meanwhile have come from two behind to draw with Southampton, while Swansea have drawn at Newcastle.

There were wins for West Ham at Huddersfield, West Brom have won for the first time under Alan Pardew against Brighton and Crystal Palace overcame Burnley.

That is all we have time for on our 3pm live blog. Head this way to follow Tottenham vs Everton from 5:30pm, but until next time goodbye.

Full time: Watford 2-2 Southampton

Full time: West Brom 2-0 Brighton

Full time: Newcastle 1-1 Swansea City

Full time: Chelsea 0-0 Leicester

Full time: Crystal Palace 1-0 Burnley

Full-time: Huddersfield 1-4 West Ham

GOAL! Watford 2-2 Southampton (Abdoulaye Doucouré)

Joselu equalises for Newcastle against Swansea.

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This would be Chelsea's fourth goalless draw in seven games if they don't break through here. Leicester look comfortable here even if their spells in possession are brief.

Chelsea having all the ball at Stamford Bridge but Kasper Schmeichel remains relatively untested in the Leicester goal. The Foxes have looked solid all afternoon to be fair and they holding their own here.

GOAL! Newcastle 1-1 Swansea (Joselu)

RED CARD: Ben Chilwell (Leicester City)

The Foxes have dominated but they will play the last quarter of the game with 10 men. Chilwell has already been booked when he dives in on Victor Moses and catches him high on his shin. A bit of common sense there and he might have been spared.

GOAL! Huddersfield 1-4 West Ham (Manuel Lanzini)

GOAL! Newcastle 0-1 Swansea (Jordan Ayew)

Thibaut Courtois has kept Chelsea in the game against Leicester.

Thibaut Courtois
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Eden Hazard and Cesc Fabregas off and Pedro and Willian on for Chelsea, who have been outplayed in this game. Leicester are almost comfortable.

GOAL! Watford 1-2 Southampton (Andre Gray)

GOAL! Huddersfield 1-3 West Ham (Manuel Lanzini)

GOAL! West Brom 2-0 Brighton

Marko Arnautovic celebrates putting West Ham ahead for the second time.

Marko Arnautovic
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GOAL! Huddersfield 1-2 West Ham (Marko Arnautovic)

The Austrian has come alive under David Moyes and he puts West Ham back in front with a superb finish into the opening minutes of the second half. Some brilliant control from Arnautovic from a long-ball downfield leads to him unleashing a shot which Lossl cant get down to.

Back under way across the country in the Premier League, including at Stamford Bridge where there was somehow not a goal in the first half.

Half time: West Brom 1-0 Brighton, Chelsea 0-0 Leicester, Newcastle 0-0 Swansea, Crystal Palace 1-0 Burnley, Huddersfield 1-1 West Ham, Watford 0-2 Southampton

GOAL! Watford 0-2 Southampton (James Ward-Prowse)

GOAL! Huddersfield 1-1 West Ham (Joe Lolley)

His mistake led to the opening goal but Joe Lolley has made amends on his second Premier League start as he curls into the far corner.

Vardy pick-pockets Rudiger in the box and feeds Okazaki but Christensen makes a key block before Albrighton drags wide. Chelsea have been woeful in this first half.

Mark Noble celebrates putting West Ham ahead at Huddersfield.

Mark Noble
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Gary Cahill off for Chelsea after pulling up during a race with Jamie Vardy. Andreas Christensen, and not David Luiz, comes on.

Bakary Sako opens the scoring for Crystal Palace against Burnley.

Bakary Sako
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GOAL! Huddersfield 0-1 West Ham (Mark Noble)

A mess at the back for the Terriers as Lossl and Lolley fail to clear their lines and the ball breaks to Mark Noble, who hammers home.

GOAL! Crystal Palace 1-0 Burnley (Bakary Sako)

Big goal for the Eagles. Sako picks up the ball on the left edge of the penalty area, drives towards goal and fires into the far corner.

GOAL! Watford 0-1 Southampton (James Ward-Prowse)

Saints ahead as Ward-Prowse nets his first league goal of the season, passing home from 12 yards after a fine pull-back.

Jonny Evans celebrates West Brom taking an early lead.

Jonny Evans
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Newcastle should be ahead at St James' Park as Perez weaves his way through and crosses for Dwight Gayle, who plants a header wide of goal.

Now Kasper Schmeichel's turn to keep the scores level. Fabregas breaks the feeble Leicester offside trap and it forces the Dane to get down low to make a fine low stop with his right hand.

GREAT SAVE! Courtois makes a fine save to keep out Ndidi's header. Leicester rampant here but without that opening goal.

Leicester all over Chelsea in these opening exchanges. Matty James breaks forward and feeds Vardy who shoots across goal beyond Courtois but wide of his right-hand post.

And Leicester go close again as Vardy finds the side-netting from another Chilwell cross. The England man got in between Rudiger and Cahill but couldn't find the target.

Chance for Leicester at the Bridge. Ben Chilwell steals in behind and crosses early for Okazaki, who meets it first time and he skies it over from seven yards.

GOAL! West Brom 1-0 Brighton (Jonny Evans)

Great moment for he Baggies. A Brunt corner is flicked on at the near post and Evans arrives on cue and his header flies beyond Ryan.

Under way in the Premier League across the country. Our featured game will be at Stamford Bridge but we'll have news of all the goals as they go in.

Aleksandar Dragovic faces the daunting prospect of his first Premier League start against the defending champions.

Aleksandar Dragovic
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Finally, at the Hawthorns West Brom are seeking to break a club record 20 games without a win when they host Brighton, who they have never lost to.

Alan Pardew's arrival has not had the desired affect and a squad of ageing defenders, plodding midfielders and miss-firing strikers looks frankly doomed to relegation.

Chris Hughton will therefore see this as an opportunity to get a much-needed away win and ease any fears they could be dragged into a late season scrap for survival.

Watford and Southampton are rooted to the foot of the Premier League form table. The Hornets' good start has been derailed since Marco Silva was linked with Everton, while Mauricio Pellegrino has failed to pick up where Claude Puel left off. I doubt this one will be first on Match of the Day tonight.

Alvaro Morata: "It's difficult to get something here (for opposition teams) and between now and the end of the season we need to win even more games at our home.

"I hope today I can score and help the team. As long as I keep working and trying the goal will arrive and the bad period will end.

"It's an important game, we are third but we want to finish higher up the table so we need to win our games."

Newcastle may have one of the better squads of the sides down near the bottom of the table, but their home form is seeing them cascade towards the nether reaches of the league. Failure to collect three points today will be the first time they have gone eight without a win at St James's for 10 years.

Swansea's upturn in fortunes is centrally down to the new energy brought in by new boss Carlos Carvalhal, whose sacking by Sheffield Wednesday was as surprising as it was fortunate for the south Wales club. Goals are still lacking - they again failed to register at Wolves last week - but they have had new life breathed into them.

Huddersfield have lost their way a little since beating Watford 4-1, having not won in four and scored just twice. Yet the invest continues to come from owner Dean Hoyle, with Alex Pritchard arriving this week. If that continues, their future in this league should be guaranteed.

David Moyes is meanwhile finally turning the tide at West Ham after his unpopular appointment, with the re-integration of Marko Arnautovic key to that revival. The Hammers could end the day 11th and above the Terriers if they win, taking another step towards survival.

Crystal Palace have only lost one of their last six in the Premier League and can cement their place in the top six in the form table if they overcome a stubborn Burnley side.

Roy Hodgson has worked wonders since arriving at Selhurst Park having pulled the club out of the bottom three and got them playing a more exciting brand of football. Their win at Leicester highlighted that recent improvement.

Burnley are winless in six but that run has included games against Tottenham and Manchester United, where they gave Jose Mourinho's side a scare. But with James Tarkowski back they can return to their solid defensive line-up which has been unshaken this season.

Chelsea vs Leicester is our featured game today and it gives the Blues a chance to go second 48 hours before Manchester United host Stoke on Monday.

The west Londoners have not scored since the 2-2 draw with Arsenal 10 days ago after two goalless draws and will be keen to get back on the scoresheet today.

Leicester have been revived since the sacking of Craig Shakespeare and will feel confident of achieving a top half finish if they can grab half a dozen wins between now and the end of the campaign.

They could end today a point behind seventh place if result go there way which would set them up nicely for a tilt at the top six, which must be the limit of their expectations.

Big day for Carlos Carvalhal's Swansea at St James' Park.

Carlos Carvalhal
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A legendary figure will bow out at Stamford Bridge today - John Motson will commentate on his final game at the home of Chelsea this afternoon. The club have marked the occasion with a special presentation. Very classy.

West Brom vs Brighton

📷 Doing battle with @OfficialBHAFC...#WBABHA #COYB #WBA

— West Bromwich Albion (@WBA) January 13, 2018

Here's how Albion line up for today's @premierleague fixture against @WBA at the Hawthorns.#BHAFC 🔵⚪️ #WBABHA

— Brighton & Hove Albion ⚽️ (@OfficialBHAFC) January 13, 2018

Watford vs Southampton

🔁 | Three changes to #watfordfc's starting line-up v @SouthamptonFC today, following last weekend's FA Cup win.

Watson, Richarlison & Gray come in for Capoue, Pereyra & Deeney.

— Watford Football Club (@WatfordFC) January 13, 2018

The teams are in!

Here's the #SaintsFC side for this afternoon's meeting with #WatfordFC:

— Southampton FC (@SouthamptonFC) January 13, 2018

Newcastle vs Swansea

TEAM NEWS: Here's how Newcastle United will line up against @SwansOfficial at St. James' Park this afternoon (kick-off 3pm GMT). #NUFC

— Newcastle United FC (@NUFC) January 13, 2018

Here’s how we will line up against @NUFC this afternoon…#NEWSWA

— Swansea City AFC (@SwansOfficial) January 13, 2018

Huddersfield vs West Ham

TEAM NEWS with @ViessmannUK: #htafc Head Coach David Wagner has named new signings @pritch_93 & @KongoloTerence on the bench for today's @premierleague game against @WestHamUtd.

Joe Lolley will make his first home @premierleague start of the season this afternoon.


— Huddersfield Town (@htafcdotcom) January 13, 2018

Arnie's back as we make 3️⃣ changes ⚒#HUDWHU #COYI

— West Ham United (@WestHamUtd) January 13, 2018

Crystal Palace vs Burnley

Here's the #CPFC 🦅 team to take on @BurnleyOfficial this afternoon.

Come on you Palace! #CRYBUR

— Crystal Palace F.C. (@CPFC) January 13, 2018

TEAM NEWS: Here's your Clarets team to face @CPFC today...

— Burnley FC (@BurnleyOfficial) January 13, 2018

Let's go around the country to pick up some of the other team news, starting at Selhurst Park....

Claude Puel: "It's important to come here with good ambition, to try to cause problems for Chelsea and to win. Our best performances have been when we have been positive so we must continue to play."

Two changes for Leicester, both at the back. Wes Morgan misses out with a hamstring injury and is replaced by Aleksandar Dragovic, who makes just his second Premier League start. The other alteration sees Ben Chilwell start at left back ahead of Christian Fuchs.

And here is the Leicester XI.

Two changes for Chelsea. Gary Cahill returns as captain for Andreas Christensen while Danny Drinkwater misses out completely as Tiemoue Bakayoko comes back in.

The Chelsea team has dropped.

The atmosphere is starting to build at Stamford Bridge. Team news from across the country on the way....

Chelsea vs Leicester
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West Brom are still searching for a league win under Alan Pardew and they may not get a better chance than against newly-promoted Brighton this afternoon. Jonny Evans may be destined to leave the Hawthorns but attention must not turn to fortunes the field which has seen the Baggies go 20 top flight matches without success.

Surely today is the day?

If Chelsea vs Leicester does not take your fancy this afternoon, then we have updates from five other games in the Premier League.

The most illuminating of those games comes from St James' Park where an inconsistent Newcastle host a Swansea side who have been galvanised by Carlos Carvalhal's arrival to replace Paul Clement.

The Swans held Championship leaders Wolves last weekend in the FA Cup having come from behind to win Carvalhal's first game in charge against Watford. They have a good record in the north east too and will fancy of giving their survival push a real shot in the arm today.

Chelsea have arrived ahead of kick-off.

So how might both sides line up at Stamford Bridge this afternoon?

Chelsea have no fresh injury concerns at all. But with Norwich City to come in the FA Cup on Wednesday, Antonio Conte could rest a few first team players. Alvaro Morata could be dropped while the likes of Cesar Azpilicueta and N'Golo Kante may be rested. Danny Drinkwater is in line to face his former club.

Leicester are without Wes Morgan and Danny Simpson due to respective hamstring problems. Jamie Vardy is back though after a groin injury, while Riyad Mahez should pay despite the speculation over his future.

Plenty of transfer speculation around this morning, including updates on the future of to Leicester players who will be in action this afternoon.

Manchester United are understood to be ready to withdraw from attempts to sign Jamie Vardy from Leicester City due to the club's valuation.

Meanwhile, Liverpool have begun talks to sign Riyad Mahrez despite the winger's intention to join Arsenal.

Both players meanwhile are in line to start for Leicester this afternoon at Stamford Bridge.

A slight delayed start to today's Premier League action but we have seven games for you today starting with a fine offering from 3pm, which including 2016-17 champions Chelsea against 2015-16 winners Leicester City.

Antonio Conte's minimum requirement this season must be to finish second in the Premier League and the Blues will go above Manchester United if they can prevail today.

Claude Puel is meanwhile working wonders with Leicester, who have one of the form players in the league at the moment in Riyad Mahrez. If the Algerian turns up today, who knows what chaos he could cause the hosts.

Elsewhere, we have eight of the bottom 10 all in action including the bottom two as West Brom host Brighton and Swansea go to Newcastle United. Another big day at the foot of the table looms.

All the build-up and team news on the way ahead of the 3pm kick-offs.