- Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Antonio Valencia ruled out of United's trip to Selhurst Park through injury and suspension respectively - Wayne Rooney and Juan Mata come in.
- Jason Puncheon also serving a suspension for the hosts - Alan Pardew makes three changes to side that drew with Hull City on Saturday.
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Full-time: Manchester City 2-0 Watford
Full-time: Stoke City 0-0 Southampton
Full-time: Crystal Palace 1-2 Manchester United
Full-time: Tottenham 3-0 Hull City
Full-time: West Brom 3-1 Swansea
City have the second goal they need and they can breathe easy now. They have David Silva to thank for it, having broke into the box to sweep home Sterling's neat pull back.
Goal! Manchester City 2-0 Watford (David Silva, 86)
United take the lead again! After giving the ball away twice in a matter of minutes, Pogba slides a superb through ball down the inside left channel for Ibrahimovic, who held his line brilliantly, to race onto. The angle is tight, but he produces an ice cold finish, driving his effort across goal and finding the far corner.
Goal! Crystal Palace 0-1 Manchester United (Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 87)
Three minutes remain at Selhurst Park and United are edging towards yet another draw. It could be worse if they are not careful in these closing minutes,
Full-time: West Ham 1-0 Burnley
Full-time: Sunderland 0-1 Chelsea
Full-time: Middlesbrough 0-3 Liverpool
Goal! West Brom 3-1 Swansea (Wayne Routledge, 78)
Christian Eriksen is inches away from sealing his hat-trick, but watches Marshall push his superb free kick onto the post. It bounces back out to Wanyama who sweeps home the rebound to score his second of the season.
Goal! Tottenham 3-0 Hull (Victor Wanyama, 73)
Marcos Rojo outleaps his man to nod a ball across goal for Juan Mata to tap home, but it is ruled offside! That looks like yet another incorrect decision, Rojo was clearly onside as he knocked the ball back across goal, as was Mata as he converted from close range.
Moments before that, Joe Ledley appeared to juse his elbow to batter the ball away. United's appeals for handball were ignored, with Pogba picking up a booking in the process.
Goal disallowed (Manchester United)
Palace pull one back! And it is a superb team goal from Alan Pardew's side, with Delaney backheeling a superb reverse pass into the path of McArthur who drives into the box and slots coolly past De Gea.
Goal! Crystal Palace 1-1 Manchester United (James McArthur, 64)
Tottenham have their second and it is another cool finish from Eriksen, who breaks into space inside the box to tap home a precise cross from Walker out on the right.
Goal! Tottenham 2-0 Hull (Christian Eriksen, 63)
Rondon seals a 13 minute hat-trick! It's another header from the striker, this time nodding home a superb cross from Chris Brunt. Swansea sinking swiftly.
Goal! West Brom 3-0 Swansea (Salomon Rondon, 630
West Brom have just doubled their lead and it is Rondon grabbing his second of the evening. Can get a third? Well...