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Huddersfield Town 2-1 Manchester United

Manchester City 3-0 Burnley

Newcastle United 1-0 Crystal Palace

Stoke City 1-2 Bournemouth

Swansea City 1-2 Leicester City

Well that brings an end to our Premier League coverage for another day. It has been a historic day, particularly for Huddersfield Town, who cause one of the great Premier League shocks to beat Manchester United.

We're back tomorrow afternoon with two more games as Everton host Arsenal and Liverpool go to Tottenham. Please join us then, but until then goodbye.

Well, quite an afternoon in the Premier League

Huddersfield beat Manchester United for the first time since 1952 to end Jose Mourinho's side's unbeaten start to the Premier League season.

Manchester City are five points clear after they overcome Burnley. Sergio Aguero opened the scoring to become the club's joint-highest scorer.

Newcastle left it late to beat Crystal Palace, who remain pointless away from home, after Mikel Merino's late goal.

Michael Appleton began life at Leicester's caretake boss with a 2-1 win at Swansea, thanks to Shinji Okazaki's second half goal.

And finally, Bournemouth struck twice in the first half to add to Stoke's problems.

Full time: Stoke 1-2 Bournemouth

Full-time: Manchester City 3-0 Burnley

Full-time: Newcastle United 1-0 Crystal Palace

Full-time: Huddersfield 2-1 Manchester United

Huddersfield living dangerously in the final minutes, can they hold out?

Full time: Swansea 1-2 Leicester

Four added minutes at the John Smith's Stadium.

The chances are falling to Huddersfield rather than United in these final minutes. The hosts go through on goal, as De La Parra beats De Gea to the loose ball but the visitors scramble the ball away.

GOAL! Newcastle 1-0 Crystal Palace (Mikel Merino)

Nicolas Otamendi heads City into a two-goal lead.

Nicolas Otamendi
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There is one goal in it in three Premier League fixtures this afternoon, while one game is all square. A fascinating final 10 minutes in prospect.

GOAL! Huddersfield Town 2-1 Manchester United (Marcus Rashford)

Lossl just made a fine save to keep out Mkhitayran but it is the other substitute Marcus Rashford who has United back in the game. Romelu Lukaku whips in a fine cross and Rashford thrusts a header into the corner. Game on.

GOAL! Manchester City 3-0 Burnley (Leroy Sane)

Two goals in as many minutes and City have this game in the bag. Kevin de Bruyne plays in Leroy sane who takes the ball in his stride and nets with ease.

GOAL! Manchester City 2-0 Burnley (Nicolas Otamendi)

City have managed this second half well and they have the second goal which should secure the points. Silva's corner finds Otamendi who heads down and through Scott Arfield and that should send City five points clear.

Romelu Lukaku has been a peripheral figure this afternoon and his game so far has been summed up after he fails to latch onto a pass by Marcus Rashford which is collected by Lossl, who is still yet to make a save.

Jonas Lossl has not had to make a save this afternoon and you have to wonder whether Manchester United are a little punch-drunk here. Can they rouse themselves in the last quarter of the game?

Jose Mourinho not happy with his side's performance this afternoon.

Jose Mourinho
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GOAL! Stoke 1-2 Bournemouth (Mame Biram Diouf)

Yellow card for Ashley Barnes for a high challenge on Otamendi. It has to be said his arm was raised and he could easily have gone there. Lee Mason was a bit lenient there.

Marcus Rashford attempts to cross from the left side of the penalty area but can't get his foot around it and it flies out of play. Sums up United's day so far.

GOAL! Swansea 1-2 Leicester (Alfie Mawson)

Burnley want a penalty at the Etihad, and do they have a case? Delph attempts to cut out a floating cross towards Barnes and kicks the ball against his own hand. Burnley appeals are waved away and once again they can feel hard done by.

Huddersfield have 11 men behind the ball now as United enjoy a sustained period of possession in this second half. The visitors win a corner which is whipped in by Lingard but dealt with easily by the Terriers.

Eighteen time a team managed by Jose Mourinho in the Premier League has been two goals behind. Never have they come back to win. United have not start particularly brightly in this half either.

GOAL! Swansea 0-2 Leicester City (Shinji Okazaki)

The game of the Etihad Stadium has also resumed, with the rain pouring in Manchester. Storm Brian is hitting the UK hard this afternoon.

Second half under way at the John Smith's stadium. Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Marcus Rashford are on for Manchester United.

Some first half in our 3pm kick-offs in the Premier League.

Huddersfield are dominating the headlines and they lead Manchester United 2-0 at the break, with Moy and Depoitre netting.

Manchester City are set to take advantage and they lead Burnley by a controversial Sergio Aguero goal.

Bournemouth are on course for their first away win of the season with Andrew Surman and Junior Stanislas having struck in the first half.

Leicester have been given a helping hand in caretake manager Michael Appleton's first game in charge, with Federico Fernandez's own goal putting them ahead at Swansea.

Newcastle and Crystal Palace meanwhile are level at 0-0 at St James' Park.

We'll be back with all the action from the second half in just a few minutes.

Half time: Stoke 0-2 Bournemouth

Half time: Newcastle 0-0 Crystal Palace, Swansea 0-1 Leicester, Huddersfield 2-0 Manchester United, Manchester City 1-0 Burnley

How have City not gone two-up? They sweep forward in stoppage time as Aguero forces a fine save from Pope with his feet before Tarkowski blocks Silva's follow-up effort with a flying header. Though I'm not sure how much he knew about it.

Nick Pope denies Sergio Aguero the chance to become City's highest ever goalscorer with a nice near-post save, after De Bruyne's slide-rule pass. Another injury for Burnley it seems with Robbie Brady receiving treatment after colliding with Fernandinho.

A worry for Manchester United fans.

David Silva very fortunate to escape without a red card after a high tackle on Hendrick. Burnley giving City lots of problems at the back with their high press.

Aaron Moy puts Huddersfield into the lead against Manchester United.

Aaron Moy
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GOAL! Huddersfield Town 2-0 Manchester United (Laurent Depoitre)

The shock of the season is very much on. Lindelof lets a long ball to bounce and Depoitre takes full advantage, rounding De Gea and slotting into an empty net.

Meanwhile at St James' Park.

GOAL! Manchester City 1-0 Burnley (Sergio Aguero)

Bernardo Silva hang your head in shame. The summer signing from Monaco clearly dives to win a penalty as Nick Pope came out. The referee was coned and a penalty is awarded. Up steps Sergio Aguero to score and become City's joint-leading scorer.


GOAL! Huddersfield 1-0 Manchester United (Aaron Moy)

Now then. The newly-promoted Terriers take the lead against Manchester United. Juan Mata is disposed on the halfway line and Moy exchanges passes with Ince - whose goalbound shot is blocked -and the Australian steers the ball into the corner.

GOAL! Swansea City 0-1 Leicester City (Federico Fernandez own goal)

Phil Jones has returned to the United team this afternoon but it might be shortlived as he indicates to the bench that he has to come off. fair to say the England defender is fuming with the development. It looks like a knee injury for Jones and Victor Lindelof is being prepped.

An injured Chris Wood is forced off with injury and is replaced by Ashley Barnes. Big loss for Burnley as they see their record signing take his leave inside the opening 20 minutes.

City get away with one against Burnley. Chris Wood is one-on-one with Kyle Walker and he beats the England defender, but as he overuns the ball Ederson spills its but the referee gives a foul against the Clarets with the goal gaping.

GOAL! Stoke 0-2 Bournemouth (Junior Stanislas)

GOAL! Stoke 0-1 Bournemouth (Andrew Surman)

An already booked Anthony Martial commits a second foul wide on the left and though Lee Mason does not consider a second yellow, the home fans want to see him dismissed. Marcus Rashford could be called upon earlier than expected.

Kachunga heads goalwards for Huddersfield but De Gea makes an easy save. Tight opening at the King Power Stadium.

Jeff Hendrick and Fernandinho battle for the ball at the Etihad Stadium.

Man City vs Burnley
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Handbags at dawn at the John Smith's Stadium. Anthony Martial was unhappy with a late challenge from Tommy Smith, which led to a bit of a melee. Yellow cards for both men.

Kevin de Bruyne has hit first effort on goal but Nick Pope gets down to keep it out. The Belgian can do no wrong this season.

A pretty windy day up and down the country in the Premier League, so don't expect too much free-flowing football. Not much to say about any of the 3pm kick-offs so far, which are all in the early stages.

Under way in the Premier League.

Teams in the tunnel across the country. Our focus is on Huddersfield vs Manchester United and Manchester City vs Burnley but we'll have news of all the goals as they going from the remaining three games.

A good omen for Huddersfield?

Less than 15 minutes until kick-off, so it is prediction time. Have a go in the comments section, if you fancy it. Here is my go.....

Huddersfield 0-3 Manchester United

Manchester City 4-0 Burnley

Newcastle 2-1 Burnley

Stoke 1-0 Bournemouth

Swansea 0-0 Leicester

Away from the Manchester clubs there is an intriguing game in store at St James' Park this afternoon.

Newcastle have had an encouraging start to the season and with Mike Ashley's exit imminent there is a feel good factor around the north east club. But Crystal Palace arrive having recorded their first goals, points and win of the season against champions Chelsea.

Can Palace follow their first points and goals, by opening their account on the road?

So both Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho have shuffled their pack after playing in the Champions League in mid-week, but can those players respond? It is a tricky, if not difficult afternoon, for the pair.

Full time at Stamford Bridge where it has finished Chelsea 4-2 Watford. Quite a way to kick-start the weekend. You can catch up with all the goal here.

Stoke City vs Bournemouth

📝 #SCFC Starting XI v @afcbournemouth: Butland; Cameron, Shawcross, Zouma; Johnson, Fletcher, Allen, Pieters; Choupo-Moting, Jese; Diouf.

— Stoke City FC (@stokecity) October 21, 2017

Our team in full: Begovic, A Smith, Francis, Ake, Daniels, Stanislas, L Cook, Surman, Ibe, Mousset, Afobe#STKBOU

— AFC Bournemouth 🍒 (@afcbournemouth) October 21, 2017

Swansea City vs Leicester City

1️⃣ change as @renatosanches35 comes in for @LeroyFer8!

Here’s how we will line up against @LCFC… ⚪️⚫️

— Swansea City AFC (@SwansOfficial) October 21, 2017

Here's how the Foxes will line up against Swansea today! #SwaLei

— Leicester City (@LCFC) October 21, 2017

Newcastle vs Crystal Palace

TEAM NEWS: Here's how Newcastle United will line up against @CPFC at St. James' Park this afternoon. #NUFC

— Newcastle United FC (@NUFC) October 21, 2017

Here's the #CPFC 🦅 line up to take on @NUFC! #NEWCRY

— Crystal Palace F.C. (@CPFC) October 21, 2017

Let's have a look at how the teams in our three other Premier League games will line-up, starting with Newcastle vs Crystal Palace....

Two changes for City meanwhile as Bernardo Silva and Sergio Aguero replace Jesus and Sterling.

Burnley are naturally unchanged.

Three changes for Huddersfield. Mooy, Löwe and Williams all come in to the starting eleven. Billing, Quaner, Stanković, Hefele and Palmer miss out through injury.

For United, they make four changes from the win at Benfica. Jones, Young, Lingard and Martial replace Lindelof, Blind, Mkhitaryan and Rashford.

And now from the Etihad Stadium.

TEAM NEWS | Here’s your City line-up for today! 🙌

Presented by @HAYSWorldwide #cityvbfc #mancity

— Manchester City (@ManCity) October 21, 2017

TEAM NEWS: Here's your Clarets team for today's @premierleague game @ManCity

— Burnley FC (@BurnleyOfficial) October 21, 2017

Teams in from the John Smith's Stadium.

TEAM NEWS with @ViessmannUK: Wagner has made 3 changes to his #htafc starting XI for today's game vs @ManUtd; Mooy, Löwe & Williams in (AT)

— Huddersfield Town (@htafcdotcom) October 21, 2017

Here's how #MUFC will line up for #HUDMUN...

— Manchester United (@ManUtd) October 21, 2017

Team news just minutes away.

A point will be enough for City to retain top spot in the Premier League this evening, though they are facing a Burnley side who are 25/1 to take all three points at the Etihad Stadium.

Not since Blackburn Rovers were rated at 27/1 to beat Manchester United six years ago has a Premier League side's odds been longer to win a game. They went on to win that game at Old Trafford 3-2.

United meanwhile are without Paul Pogba, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Marcos Rojo and Marouane Fellaini. But Phil Jones is fit again and Marcus Rashford has recoverd from a knee problem.

Our focus this afternoon will be on the Manchester clubs, City and United, so how will both sides line up this afternoon?

City are expected to be largely unchanged but they could recall Sergio Aguero from the start. Fabian Delph will remain at full-back.

Before we get into the meat and bones of the 3pm kick-offs, be aware we have coverage of the lunchtime kick-off between Chelsea and Watford on our blog, if you head this way.

Following a European interlude it's time to turn our attention back to the Premier League. At 3pm it is Manchester's City and United who take centre stage as they attempt to pull away from the chasing pack.

City host Burnley as they chase an 11th win in a row, while United go to Huddersfield for the first time in the Premier League era.

Elsewhere, Newcastle host a Crystal Palace side who though they beat Chelsea last weekend remain goalless and pointless on the road. Leicester begin life after Craig Shakespeare against Swansea, while Stoke host another side who are pointless on the road, Bournemouth.

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