3pm: Crystal Palace 0-0 Swansea City

3pm: Everton 3-4 Stoke City

3pm: Norwich City 2-0 Aston Villa

3pm: Watford 1-2 Tottenham Hotspur

3pm: West Bromwich Albion 1-0 Newcastle United

Xherdan Shaqiri
Shaqiri\'s double put Stoke ahead at half time at Everton. Getty Images

Full time in each of our five 3pm kick-offs. Some thrilling games, not least at Goodison Park where Stoke have won a seven-goal thriller via Marko Arnautovic's late penalty. Tottenham go third at least temporarily with a 2-1 win over Watford by Crystal Palace miss the chance to close the gap as they draw with Swansea. West Brom beat Newcastle and Norwich overcome doomed Aston Villa. Well that is all we have time for on this live blog, but changes channels to follow the 5:30pm games, including Manchester United vs Chelsea.


Goal: Everton 3-4 Stoke (Marko Arnautovic)


Goal: Watford 1-2 Tottenham (Son Heung-min)

Watford think they have a winner as Deeney's header is somehow kept out by Lloris and Tottenham go down the other end and grab a last gasp goal. Son is somehow not given offside when Gomes punches the ball away and when the cross comes back to the South Korea forward who flicks the ball home.


Goal: Norwich 2-0 Aston Villa (Dieumerci Mbokani)


Will we get a winner at Vicarage Road? Tottenham have barely had a glimpse of Heurelho Gomes' goal since Watford went down to ten men and it looks as though the hosts will get a point here.


Goal: Everton 3-3 Stoke (Joselu)


Goal: West Brom 1-0 Newcastle (Darren Fletcher)


Goal: Everton 3-2 Stoke (Gerard Delofeu)


Goal: Everton 2-2 Stoke (Romelu Lukaku)

Tom Cleverley plays a delightful crossfield pass, finds Lukaku who brings the ball down and lashes it home for his 11th goal in 10 games.


Red card: Nathan Ake (Watford)

Ake goes in high on Erik Lamela and catches the Tottenham winger and referee Anthony Taylor has no choice but to show a red card.


Paul Dummett hits the bar for Newcastle at West Brom. Thrilling game with plenty of chances, but no goals as yet at The Hawthorns.


Bit of handbags at Vicarage Road as both sets of play bump chests after Britos goes through Trippier. Harry Kane and Troy Deeney race over to fight their corner and it ends with a booking for the latter. Something and nothing.


Tottenham should be back in front at Vicarage Road. Lamela goes clean through but he tries to lob Gomes but he scoops the ball high over the bar. Real waste.


Lots of debate already over whether Xherdan Shaqiri did indeed mean the effort which re-established Stoke's lead at Goodison Park. With Arnautovic free in the middle it looks very much like a miss-played cross. Fancy that debate will run and run.


Back under way at Vicarage Road and throughout the rest of the country. No changes at Watford.


Half time in each of the five 3pm kick-offs in the Premier League. Each bathed in entertainment one way or another, apart from at Selhurst Park where Crystal Palace are being held by Swansea City.


Goal: Everton 1-2 Stoke (Xherdan Shaqiri)

The debate will rage whether the Austrian meant this one. Bojan floats a crossfield pass to Shaqiri who takes the ball on first time and it drops in beyond Tim Howard. Did he try to find Marko Arnautovic in the middle? Only he knows but it is a brilliant goal which has Stoke ahead at half time.


Mousa Dembele was an injury doubt before the game and he doesn't last until half time as Christian Eriksen comes off the bench. The interval is approaching.


Goal: Watford 1-1 Tottenham (Odion Ighalo)

Ighalo scores for a sixth game in a row, holding off Dier and wriggling away from Alderweireld before poking home beyond Hugo Lloris. Spurs won't be happy with the manner of that equaliser.


Not seen much of Harry Kane in the first half but he gets the chance to run at the Watford back-four, deciding to shoot fro 30 yards and the strike doesn't test Gomes.


It is testament to Tottenham's performance in this opening 30 minutes that Watford have been largely nullified so far. Odion Ighalo has been very quiet but one effort flew wide from eight yards.


Two changes of note in two separate games. at The Hawthorns, Cheick Tiote replaces Vurnon Anita for Newcastle while Everton lose the returning James McCarthy with their match-winner from St James' Park Tom Cleverley coming on.


Goal: Norwich 1-0 Aston Villa (Jonny Howson)

Things get worse for the Premier League's bottom club. Bacuna head the ball clear as far as Howson who drives the ball home on the volley.


Goal: Everton 1-1 Stoke (Romelu Lukaku)

The Belgian's scoring streak ended at Newcastle but he is back on the horse straight away to draw Everton level. Thrilling start to the game at Goodison Park.