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  • Alvaro Morata nets stunning second-half header as Jose Mourinho tastes defeat on his latest return to Stamford Bridge
  • Result sees fourth-place Chelsea move within one point of Manchester United in second
  • Everton halt losing run and claim their first win under caretaker manager David Unsworth at Goodison Park
  • Oumar Niasse and Dominic Calvert-Lewin score after Watford take 2-0 lead through Richarlison and Christian Kabasele
  • Leighton Baines notches a late penalty before former Toffees midfielder Tom Cleverley misses his own spot-kick at the end of 12 minutes of stoppage time
  • Everton's first win since September moves them out of the relegation zone and up to 15th
  • Recap: Tottenham 1-0 Crystal Palace, Manchester City 3-1 Arsenal

16.30 GMT Premier League kick-offs

Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United

Everton 3-2 Watford

Everton's maiden win under Unsworth and their first in any competition since September is enough to drag them out of the relegation zone and up to the dizzy heights of 15th.

West Ham drop into the bottom three as they look set to relieve Slaven Bilic of his managerial duties on Monday.

Meanwhile, a third straight defeat under Silva leaves Watford ninth.

That result at Stamford Bridge means fourth-place Chelsea move to within a point of Tottenham and Manchester United. Is the title race effectively over already with City opening up an unassailable-looking eight-point gap at the summit?

The relief on Conte's face was plain to see at the end after a week of further pressure. Interesting to note that he did not shake hands with Mourinho at the end of the game, either.

Morata will also be very pleased to end his run of six matches without a goal.

I think I need a lie down after that...


Everton 3-2 Watford


Stepping up against his old club, Tom Cleverley sends his penalty wide. Unbelievable.

Crazy late drama as Pickford brings down Richarlison to hand Watford a 100th-minute penalty.

Penalty to Watford!!!


Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United

A late 25-yard free-kick from Rashford deflects off the wall and out for a corner. Last chance for United to pinch an equaliser.

12 minutes of added time at Goodison Park after that injury to Gomes.

Morata is sent through by Willian on the counter but gets his feet in a muddle and a golden chance to put the game to bed goes begging.

No mistake from Baines from 12 yards. Everton have fought back from a 2-0 second-half deficit to lead 3-2 in the dying minutes.

Goal: Everton 3-2 Watford (Leighton Baines)

Holebas trips Aaron Lennon and gives Everton the chance to steal a late victory...

Penalty to Everton

Key save from Courtois to keep out Fellaini's effort. United penning Chelsea back as we enter four minutes of stoppage time.

Rashford unleashes a promising shot from the edge of the box that looks to deflect behind off Martial.

Conte sends on Willian in place of Hazard.

Crucial intervention from Bailly to stop Morata and win a free-kick inside the United box.

Sloppy mistakes now from United as they struggle to get anything going in the final third. Rashford's back-post cross to Fellaini is hopelessly overhit.

De Gea almost gets caught out by a deep cross from Rudiger.

Herrera, already on a yellow, fouls Hazard yet again. Is he lucky not to be going off?

Level pegging at Goodison after Calvert-Lewin heads home from Baines' corner.

Can Everton complete the comeback?

Goal: Everton 2-2 Watford (Dominic Calvert-Lewin)

Disciplined defending from Nemanja Matic. He tracks Hazard all the way and the Belgian ends up shooting straight at De Gea.

Fellaini is inexplicably caught in possession by Bakayoko, who takes on Smalling before shooting wide to the right.

Fellaini makes contact with an elbow on Morata and is shown a yellow card.

Everton quickly halve the deficit. Niasse beats Watford debutant Orestis Karnezis, who came on for the injured Heurelho Gomes.

Goal: Everton 1-2 Watford (Oumar Niasse)

Watford extend their lead on Merseyside as Jose Holebas' corner is headed in by Kabasele.

Goal: Everton 0-2 Watford (Christian Kabasele)

United now rolling with a front three of Rashford, Lukaku and Martial. Conte responds by sending on Rudiger for Zappacosta.

Mourinho makes a double swap, withdrawing Jones and the disappointing Mkhitaryan in favour of Fellaini and Martial.


Not too long after Hazard diverts a Fabregas cross straight at De Gea, Chelsea take the lead.

Azpilicueta provides a floating delivery that is emphatically headed home by Morata. Superb.

Alvaro Morata

Goal: Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United (Alvaro Morata)

Shades of last season's FA Cup quarter-final as Herrera dishes out more rough treatment to Hazard and joins Jones in the book.

Yet more misery for the Toffees as Brazilian forward Richarlison rounds Jordan Pickford just 30 seconds after the restart to notch his fourth goal of the season to date.

Goal: Everton 0-1 Watford (Richarlison)

Rashford's delivery from an early corner is wretched and his blushes are spared by the referee's whistle.

Morata shoots wide and Jones is booked for a wild foul on Hazard.

Back underway in west London. No changes from either Conte or Mourinho just yet.

The deadlock has similarly yet to be broken at Goodison, where Richarlison hit the side netting shortly before half-time. Unsworth no closer to securing his first win as caretaker boss of Everton.


No goals at the break, but it's been a very watchable opening 45 minutes at Stamford Bridge. Jones' OG was controversially disallowed and Rashford missed United's best chance with a header from close range.

Chelsea dominated possession towards the end of that first half and Christensen might have scored had he kept his eye on the ball.


Chelsea 0-0 Manchester United

Everton 0-0 Watford

Hazard goes down rather theatrically after a foul by Valencia.

The typically passionate Conte thinks his man has been caught by an elbow and proceeds to remonstrate with the officials. He is given a warning by Taylor.

Antonio Conte

Herrera and Smalling scramble to get near Christensen, who is left free to deflect Fabregas' corner over the bar with his shoulder.

Another good chance for Chelsea to edge in front before the break.

Zappacosta cuts in from the right flank and produces a tame low strike that is comfortably held by De Gea.

At the other end, Valencia's whipped low cross is touched away from danger after a mistake from Marcos Alonso.

Morata hits the turf under pressure from Smalling as he tries to collect another chipped pass from the increasingly influential Fabregas. Definitely no penalty.

Chelsea mostly on top now after a chaotic opening.

Fabregas attempts to pick out the run of Morata but Bailly and De Gea do enough to ensure that the striker does not get a sight of goal.

The pace of this game has been absolutely frenetic. So much for Mourinho parking the proverbial bus away from home against top-six rivals.

Bakayoko is booked for a late challenge on Jones and Kante is fortunate to avoid a similar punishment after taking out Mkhitaryan.

Premature cheers from one half of Stamford Bridge as Fabregas heads into the side netting after De Gea keeps out a fizzing drive from Hazard. They thought that had snuck in.

Romelu Lukaku executes a nice turn on the edge of the box and forces a smart low save from Courtois.

Christensen blocks from Young.

A couple of shots in quick succession from Tiemoue Bakayoko. His first is fired wide and the second is deflected behind by Bailly.

A glorious opportunity for United spurned.

Young delivers an excellent cross from the left and Cahill gets caught under the ball. However, Rashford can only head over the crossbar from close range.

It's been an incredibly lively start to this game.

Jones inadvertently crashes the ball past De Gea but the own goal is ruled out because of a push from Morata.

That looked a debatable decision.

Alvaro Morata

Young forces an early United corner. The visitors work it short and Rashford's delivery is gobbled up by Thibaut Courtois.

Chris Smalling pays close attention to Morata early on and actually rips his shirt.

Fabregas tees up Kante for an early sighter that is easy meat for David De Gea.

After a minute's silence in advance of Remembrance Sunday, we are underway at Stamford Bridge.

Also off and running on Merseyside.

Mourinho names the same XI that started against Tottenham last weekend, with Juan Mata's seat on the bench taken by Fellaini.

Phil Jones, Antonio Valencia, Ander Herrera, Ashley Young, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Marcus Rashford all come back in after being rested against Benfica.

Conte makes three changes to the team embarrassed in Rome, with Antonio Rudiger and Pedro relegated to the bench and David Luiz surprisingly dropped from the matchday squad altogether.

Andreas Christensen starts, Cesar Azpilicueta moves back into defence and Davide Zappacosta gets the nod at right wing-back. Kante also makes his-long awaited return in midfield.

Drinkwater is a substitute.

David Luiz
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Official team news on the way. Stay tuned.

Everton vs Watford

Sebastian Prodl and Younes Kaboul are now back in training, although today's game will come too soon for both Watford defenders.

Roberto Pereyra is still missing with a hamstring injury sustained in the entertaining 4-2 defeat by Chelsea a fortnight ago, while Nathaniel Chalobah, Isaac Success, Craig Cathcart and Tommie Hoban are also out.

Captain Troy Deeney accepted an FA charge of violent conduct relating to his ugly clash with Joe Allen during last weekend's 1-0 loss to Stoke and will miss the trip to Everton as well as matches against West Ham and Newcastle after being slapped with a three-game ban.

Troy Deeney
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Everton vs Watford

Everton could be boosted by the return of centre-back Michael Keane, who has missed the last two matches after a gash on his foot originally suffered in September became infected and required hospital treatment.

Cuco Martina also required a hospital visit on Thursday after landing awkwardly in the 3-0 loss to Lyon that saw the Toffees eliminated from the Europa League. He was given the all-clear after x-rays and scans but will be kept out for a couple of weeks as a precaution.

The likes of Wayne Rooney, Leighton Baines and Phil Jagielka will all return after being rested in France. However, James McCarthy, Ross Barkley, Ramiro Funes Mori, Seamus Coleman and Yannick Bolasie remain in the treatment room.

Michael Keane

Chelsea vs Manchester United

Mourinho was very coy with regards to his own his injury situation during Thursday's rearranged pre-match press conference, yet it emerged yesterday that Marouane Fellaini and Marcos Rojo had both travelled to London. It remains to be seen if they will be deemed fit enough to play, however.

"I have to wait a little bit," the manager said. "Normally, the press conference is a bit later in the week, we still have Friday and Saturday [to come]. I'm not very optimistic, but I don't want to lie. I don't want you to say that I told a lie when I said there's no chance of recovering - so I prefer just to say two more days to confirm my expectation."

Michael Carrick, Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic are all likely to miss out once again, while Jesse Lingard was withdrawn at half-time of the midweek Champions League win over Benfica after sustaining a painful blow to the back.

Marouane Fellaini

Let's run you through all of the latest team news ahead of these final two matches of the weekend...

Chelsea vs Manchester United

Converted wing-back Victor Moses is definitely still sidelined for Chelsea, although N'Golo Kante is finally expected to return after missing the last six matches with a hamstring injury suffered on international duty with France in Bulgaria.

The French midfielder has trained all week and rumours have abounded that Conte is considering reviving his old title-winning Leicester partnership with summer signing Danny Drinkwater.

N’Golo Kante

Good afternoon and welcome to IBTimes UK's latest live coverage of matchday 11 in the Premier League, the last before we must break again for another round of internationals.

Tottenham vs Crystal Palace is already in the books and leaders Manchester City's clash with Arsenal continues, but here we look ahead to a pair of 16.30 GMT kick-offs headlined by a potentially explosive Bonfire Night showdown between Chelsea and Manchester United.

The return of Jose Mourinho to his old stomping ground will always garner significant attention and there should be more fireworks today as second-place United, winners of three consecutive matches across all competitions, attempt to inflict yet more misery on the defending champions after their 3-0 drubbing by AS Roma in midweek.

Antonio Conte and Jose Mourinho
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However, their poor recent record against Chelsea is well-established - one win in the last 15 away matches and one in the last 13 meetings overall - and the notoriously conservative Mourinho is yet to win a road game against any of last season's top six as United boss.

Things are evidently not harmonious behind the scenes in west London and owner Roman Abramovich visited training earlier this week as the pressure builds on Antonio Conte. Indeed, the Blues have already equalled their tally of home defeats from all of last season and are yet to win back-to-back league games on their own patch this term.

At Goodison Park, rudderless Everton, still under the management of caretaker boss David Unsworth, will desperately hope to avoid losing for the sixth match running as they entertain Watford.

The previously high-flying Hornets have dipped somewhat since a last-gasp win over Arsenal took them up to fourth, suffering successive defeats under Marco Silva for the first time.