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Wednesday's full-time scores:

Sunderland 0-1 Chelsea
West Ham United 1-0 Burnley
Middlesbrough 0-3 Liverpool

Crystal Palace 1-2 Manchester United
Tottenham 3-0 Hull City
Stoke City 0-0 Southampton
Manchester City 2-0 Watford
West Brom 3-1 Swansea

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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...

Goal! West Brom 2-0 Swansea (Salomon Rondon, 60)

Wow, it's pretty awful from Ibrahimovic, who lashes the free kick a good 10 yards wide of the post.

Wayne Rooney is down and looks in some pain after an ugly clash of knees with Damien Delaney. He manages to walk it off and Ibrahimovic takes responsibility for the free kick.

Liverpool are cruising at the Riverside, Adam Lallana has just notched his second of the evening, slotting home a cross from Origi.

Goal! Middlesbrough 0-3 Liverpool (Adam Lallana, 68)

Eric Bailly goes down again and this time Mourinho decides enough is enough. Having spent most of the game warming up up and down the touchline, Darmian comes onto replace the Ivorian.

West Brom break the deadlock at the Hawthorns with Salomon Rondon leaping onto Matty Phillips' cross to put his side ahead.

Goal! West Brom 1-0 Swansea (Salomon Rondon, 50)

Divock Origi's fine run of scoring form continues, he latches onto the end of a neat cross from Adam Lallana to slot home past Valdes. Liverpool lead 2-0.

Goal! Middlesbrough 0-2 Liverpool (Divock Origi, 60)

And we are back underway in our five 8pm kick offs. At Selhurst Park, Joe Ledley has come onto replace Mathieu Flamini and he immediately tries to test de Gea, bending a fine strike just wide of the far post.

Sunderland vs Chelsea, Middlesbrough vs Liverpool and West Ham vs Burnley are all back underway for the second half.

Half-time scores:

Crystal Palace 0-1 Manchester United
Tottenham 1-0 Hull City
Stoke City 0-0 Southampton
Manchester City 1-0 Watford
West Brom 0-0 Swansea

United take the lead in the dying seconds of the first half! It's a bit of a dubious one, mind. Mata swings a free kick into the box that Zlatan chests down. I say chests, it looked like it came off his arm. He knocks it down in the direction of Pogba, who reacts quickest to divert it past Hennessey. The reason why he was able to react the quickest is perhaps because he was stood half a yard offside. The goal stands, however, and United head down the tunnel with a lead.

Goal! Crystal Palace 0-1 Manchester United (Paul Pogba 45+)

Carrick floats a terrific diagonal ball into the box into Pogba, who has peeled away from his marker to meet his ball with a fine volley. Hennessey again however is equal to it, getting down quickly to make a vital block.

Oh Rojo. 10 days ago against Everton, he should have been sent off for a stupidly reckless two-footed challenge. He's just recreated that, leaping in on Zaha as the bore down on goal. Again however, he gets away with a yellow card.

Good save from Hennessey! Pogba lofts a superb floated pass into the box that Rooney adjusts well to meet with a neat volley, but the Palace keeper reacts well to push away.

Half-time: West Ham 1-0 Burnley

West Ham win a penalty that Mark Noble takes responsibility for. He sees Tom Heaton stop his effort from the spot but is the quickest to react and converts the rebound.

Manchester City have finally taken the lead at the Etihad and it is Pablo Zabaleta bursting into the box to convert Kevin de Bruyne's cross with a fine volley.

Goal! West Ham United 1-0 Burnley (Mark Noble, 45+3)

Goal! Manchester City 1-0 Watford (Pablo Zabaleta, 33)

Penalty - West Ham


Middlesbrough 0-1 Liverpool

West Ham denied by the post! Dimitri Payet's corner falls to Mark Noble who can take a touch before taking his shot on, but it bounces back off the wood work.

Chelsea have the lead at the Stadium of Light with Willian making an instant impact upon his return to the starting XI. It is his clever pass in the penalty area that finds Fabregas, who slots into the bottom corner.

Goal! Sunderland 0-1 Chelsea (Cesc Fabregas, 40)

Stoke are down to 10 men after Arnautović is shown his second yellow card of the game. Inside 22 minutes!

RED CARD - Marko Arnautović (Stoke City)

Bailly looks to have recovered from that second knock and breaks down the inside right to get onto the end of a through ball from Herrera. He cuts the ball back into the six yard area looking for Rooney but Dann gets there before him to flick the ball away.

Bailly is down clutching that knee again, this time after being caught by a late challenge from Lee. The Palace attacker avoids a booking and once again, Matteo Darmian begins warming up on the touchline in case he's called upon.

That's four goals in his last four Premier League games for Christian Eriksen.

Liverpool are off the mark at the Riverside and it's Adam Lallana rising to meet Nathaniel Clyne's fine cross from the right.

Here we go, Tottenham get the ball rolling with the first goal of the evening. Jan Vertonghen plays a clever ball out from the back to free Rose down the left and he slides a simple ball across goal for Eriksen, who smashes home to give his side the lead.

Goal! Middlesbrough 0-1 Liverpool (Adam Lallana, 29)

Goal! Tottenham 1-0 Hull (Christian Eriksen, 14)

Pogba takes aim from range but bends his effort well over Hennessey's cross bar. No goals anywhere yet tonight. This is rubbish.

Bailly looks to have recovered from that minor scare, he is moving freely now and leaps into action to deny Zaha the space to scamper down the left.

Kevin de Bruyne comes close to putting Manchester City ahead against Watford, drawing a decent save out of Gomes.

I don't think Palace have had a meaningful touch on the ball yet.

Uh oh. Eric Bailly goes down clutching his knee unchallenged. He is able to walk off to get some treatment, but Jose Mourinho calls Matteo Darmian to get ready in case.

Mata jumps over a pass from Herrera, letting it run into the box to Rooney who plays a neat one two with the former Chelsea playmaker, but he gets his header on the return all wrong and it sails over.

Wayne Rooney lifts a corner into the box that Paul Pogba reaches, outjumping Scott Dann, but his header is straight at Hennessey.

Almost ready to go in our five 8pm kick offs....

Crystal Palace vs Manchester United
Tottenham vs Hull City
Stoke City vs Southampton
Manchester City vs Watford
West Brom vs Swansea

It is still goalless in our first three games of the evening after eight minutes. Manuel Lanzini has just tried to tes Burnley's Tom Heaton from range but fired wildly over the bar from 20 yards out.

We are just about ready to get underway in our three 7:45pm kick offs.

Sunderland vs Chelsea
West Ham United vs Burnley
Middlesbrough vs Liverpool

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West Ham vs Burnley

Two changes for the Hammers, Cheikhou Kouyate and striker Andy Carroll come into the side that drew 2-2 with Liverpool on Sunday with Andre Ayew and Havard Nordtveit making way.

Just the one change for the Clarets as Sean Dyche looks to bolster his midfield with the experienced Steven Defour coming in for Andre Gray.

Tottenham vs Hull City

Two changes for Spurs this evening; Eric Dier returns to the starting XI slotting into a midfield role while Moussa Sissoko comes in for Son Heung-min.

Mike Phelan meanwhile names an unchanged side after that 3-3 thriller with Palace on Saturday.

Jose Mourinho meanwhile makes four changes to the side that defeated Tottenham. Matteo Darmian was tormented by Moussa Sissoko in the second half of that win and he makes way for Daley Blind, who returns at left-back with Luke Shaw still absent.

There is an enforced change on the other side of defence with Antonio Valencia suspended. Eric Bailly, who made an impressive return from injury against Zorya Luhansk last Thursday, slots in at right-back.

With Henrikh Mkhitaryan injured and Anthony Martial left out of the squad, Wayne Rooney and Juan Mata come into support Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Alan Pardew makes three changes to the Crystal Palace side that drew 3-3 with Hull City on Saturday. In come Mathieu Flamini, Yohan Cabaye and Lee Chung-yong with Jason Puncheon, Andros Townsend and Joe Ledley dropping out.

Wilfried Zaha will be out to sting his former club tonight. The winger is in the best form of his career at the moment, having contributed seven assists and two goals in his last seven appearances for the club. There are a couple more former Un ited youngsters among the Palace ranks this evening with Zeki Fryers and Fraizer Campbell on the bench.

Wilfried Zaha turns on the ball
Wilfried Zaha turns on the ball Getty Images

Crystal Palace team to face Manchester United: Hennessey, Ward, Dann, Delaney, Kelly, McArthur, Flamini, Cabaye, Leee, Zaha, Benteke

Subs: Speroni, Fryers, Ledley, Husin, Townsend, Wan-Bissaka, Campbell

Manchester United team to face Crystal Palace: De Gea, Bailly, Jones, Rojo, Blind, Carrick, Herrera, Mata, Pogba, Rooney, Ibrahimovic

Subs: Romero, Darmian, Fellaini, Lingard, Schweinsteiger, Young, Rashford

BREAKING: Daley Blind also comes in at left-back with Matteo Darmain dropping to the bench.

BREAKING: Eric Bailly starts at right-back in place of the injured Antonio Valencia. Juan Mata and Wayne Rooney come into the attack to replace Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Anthony Martial.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan won back-to-back man of the match awards and scored twice in his last two appearances. In a fine example of Sod's Law in football, injury then struck. The Armenia international rolled on his ankle and had to be stretchered off after being clipped by Danny Rose in the win over Tottenham, striking fear into the hearts of United fans who were only just getting used to seeing their new signing sparkle.

Despite those worrying scenes on Sunday, however, Jose Mourinho had a rather positive outlook on the injury. He told the press this week:

Hopefully Mkhitaryan can play at Christmas. We believe it's possible. When I saw him on the stretcher, I thought it was more difficult; when I watch the tackle on TV, I was a bit scared, but no. It's a pity, because he's going to miss matches in his best period, but at least we won't lose a player for so long.

Team news from elsewhere in the Premier League tonight; Loris Karius has been dropped by Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp with Simon Mignolet returning to the starting XI.

Eden Hazard meanwhile misses out tonight having picked up a knock in the win over West Brom.

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Team news: Crystal Palace

James Tomkins is unavailable after suffering a groin strain while Bakary Sako also remains out.

Team news: Manchester United

In addition to Mkhitaryan, Luke Shaw and Chris Smalling also remained sidelined for United this evening. Reports today have also suggested Anthony Martial did not make the trip down south with the United squad.

Team news: Crystal Palace

Like Antonio Valencia, Jason Puncheon will sit out tonight having earned a one-match suspension. James McArthur will also have to watch his step, he is currently on four bookings.

Team news: Manchester United

Jose Mourinho does not expect Henrikh Mkhitaryan to be fit until before Boxing Day, ruling the Armenia international out of tonight's contest and Saturday's clash with West Brom. Antonio Valencia will also have no role to play tonight having picked up his fifth booking of the season against Tottenham on Sunday, earning him a one-match suspension.

After Everton and Arsenal served up a feisty encounter on Tuesday, there are eight more Premier League games tonight.


Sunderland vs Chelsea
West Ham United vs Burnley
Middlesbrough vs Liverpool


Crystal Palace vs Manchester United
Tottenham vs Hull City
Stoke City vs Southampton
Manchester City vs Watford
West Brom vs Swansea