Full-time: Hull 2-0 Liverpool
- Alfred N'Diaye scores on his debut and Oumar Niasse nets late on to condemn Liverpool to a fourth defeat in five matches
- Jurgen Klopp's faltering side, winners of only one of their last 10 matches across all competitions, have yet to pick up three points in 2017
- Romelu Lukaku notches four times in goalfest at Goodison Park
- Sam Allardyce humiliated by former club Sunderland in relegation six-pointer
- West Ham come from behind to win at Southampton despite debut goal from Manolo Gabbiadini
- M'Baye Niang registers a goal and an assist as Watford edge past 10-man Burnley
- Saido Berahino booed on his return to The Hawthorns as James Morrison leads West Brom past Stoke
Time for us to switch focus to the late game between Tottenham and Middlesbrough at White Hart Lane. We hope you can stay with us for that one.
Liverpool's woeful start to 2017 shows no sign of improving. They are still yet to win a league game this year and have now won just one of their last 10 matches across all competitions. Today's defeat is a fourth in five games.
What a shot in the arm for Hull, though. They are taking great strides under Silva and are now just one point adrift of safety, albeit with Swansea, Leicester and Middlesbrough all yet to play this weekend.
Crystal Palace 0-4 Sunderland
Everton 6-3 Bournemouth
Hull 2-0 Liverpool
Southampton 1-3 West Ham
Watford 2-1 Burnley
West Brom 1-0 Stoke
Barkley adds his name to the scoresheet. Defending in short supply, clearly. Goalfest.
Goal: Everton 6-3 Bournemouth (Ross Barkley)
Firmino looks to set up Sturridge with an inventive chipped pass, but the substitute is just unable to make contact and steer the ball past Jakupovic.
Silva and Klopp shake hands early. This one is over.
Arter scores the eighth goal at Goodison, but that should not prove to be anything other than a consolation for the Cherries.
Goal: Everton 5-3 Bournemouth (Harry Arter)
Five minutes of added time for Hull to hang on.
Jakupovic makes a superb fingertip save to deny Henderson. He then stands tall to repel a shot from Sturridge.
Lukaku takes his tally for the day to FOUR. What a performance from the Belgian striker. No chance for Bournemouth now.
Goal: Everton 5-2 Bournemouth (Romelu Lukaku)
Goal: Everton 4-2 Bournemouth (Romelu Lukaku)
Another Liverpool defeat is wrapped up by a man on loan from Everton. After Mane is denied a free-kick at one end, Niasse gets in behind Lucas, collects a long pass from Ranocchia and holds off the challenge of Matip before slotting past Mignolet.
Goal: Hull 2-0 Liverpool (Oumar Niasse)
One final roll of the dice from Klopp. Alberto Moreno and Divock Origi come on for Lallana and Milner.
Silva makes his final change. Meyler is on for Grosicki.
A lifeline for 10-man Burnley. Barnes scores from the spot after a Joey Barton effort is stopped by the hand of Sebastian Prodl.
Goal: Watford 2-1 Burnley (Ashley Barnes)
Klopp and Milner have a frank exchange of views after the latter blazes a terrible free-kick over the crossbar.
Hull are getting numbers behind the ball and Liverpool are struggling to find a way through.
An unlikely comeback on the cards at Goodison Park?
Goal: Everton 3-2 Bournemouth (Josh King)
No issue for Jakupovic there as he easily saves a mediocre low shot from Milner.
Tymon is booked for bringing down Mane.
Klopp withdraws Can and introduces Daniel Sturridge. Despite monopolising possession in the first 25 minutes of this second half, Liverpool have still only had two shots on target.
A familiar story.