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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
Oumar Niasse

Premier League results

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

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.

Full-time scores

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.

Fine goalkeeping.

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.

Eldin Jakupovic

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.

Milner's volley from a difficult angle is blocked at the near post. Coutinho then somehow sends the rebound spinning wide from six yards out.

What an awful miss from the Brazilian, who has been notably out of sorts today.

Goal: Everton 3-1 Bournemouth (Josh King)

A couple of chances for Hernandez go begging. First, the Uruguayan striker is unable to squeeze the ball inside the post after a fine lofted pass from Huddlestone. Then, a combination of Mignolet and a dodgy first touch thwart his advances following a clever pass inside from Grosicki.

Those prove to be his last contributions, with Niasse sent on instead. Evandro also makes way for Tymon.

Hull come through a nervy few moments unscathed after N'Diaye is whistled for handball. Maguire makes a crucial block and Elabdellaoui clears.

Another Liverpool penalty shout is waved away.

Jakupovic, at full stretch, just about preserves Hull's lead after an Adam Lallana cross intended for the back-post run of Mane deflects off the head of Robertson.

A free-kick from Hammers skipper Noble deflects off Steven Davis and beyond Fraser Forster. Sounds like that could be an own goal.

Goal: Southampton 1-3 West Ham (Mark Noble)

Liverpool force a succession of early corners, but neither Matip nor Can can find an equaliser. The German's glancing header is held by Jakupovic.

Back underway at the KCOM. Massive improvement needed from the visitors.

Half-time scores

Crystal Palace 0-4 Sunderland

Everton 3-0 Bournemouth

Hull 1-0 Liverpool

Southampton 1-2 West Ham

Watford 2-0 Burnley

West Brom 1-0 Stoke

Goal: Watford 2-0 Burnley (M'Baye Niang)

Obiang puts West Ham in front with a 25-yard effort and Defoe pops up with two late goals for Sunderland. What a humiliating capitulation by Palace.

Goal: Crystal Palace 0-4 Sunderland (Jermain Defoe)

Goal: Crystal Palace 0-3 Sunderland (Jermain Defoe)

Goal: Southampton 1-2 West Ham (Pedro Obiang)

Liverpool's miserable 2017 continues. Maguire knocks down Grosicki's corner and Mignolet slaps unconvincingly at the ball under pressure from Hernandez, allowing Villarreal loanee N'Diaye to tap home a debut goal.

Alfred N'Diaye

Goal: Hull 1-0 Liverpool (Alfred N'Diaye)

Goal: Crystal Palace 0-2 Sunderland (Didier Ndong)

Hull are unable to take advantage of a free-kick in a dangerous area after Milner, making his 50th Premier League appearance, is cautioned for handball.

A bit more attacking intent from Hull, but Grosicki's cross towards Hernandez is overhit. Matip and Clucas both fail to find the target with a pair of headers at either end.

Bournemouth are being humiliated on Merseyside. Simon Francis takes leave of his senses and plays a ridiculous pass across his own penalty area, allowing Lukaku to net his second goal of the opening 30 minutes.

Eddie Howe will be furious.

Romelu Lukaku

Goal: Everton 3-0 Bournemouth (Romelu Lukaku)

Harry Maguire absolutely wipes out Mane and can have no complaints at being shown a yellow card.

McCarthy doubles Everton's advantage with a scrappy finish after industrious play from Lukaku. Bournemouth are shipping goals for fun just at the moment.

Goal: Everton 2-0 Bournemouth (James McCarthy)

Hull goalkeeper Eldin Jakupovic is unable to hold onto the ball and watches on as Philippe Coutinho pulls a shot wide.

An Evandro free-kick is then confidently claimed by Mignolet.

No goals yet at Hull, where Elabdellaoui is back on after copping an accidental blow to the face from James Milner.

With Elabdellaoui receiving treatment on the sidelines, Grosicki failed to track the run of Milner and Ranocchia had to be alert to stop a low cross from reaching Roberto Firmino.

Liverpool also appeal for a penalty after a Firmino shot strikes the hand of Robertson. Nothing given by referee Lee Mason.

It's raining early goals in the Premier League.

Kone, an Allardyce signing, deals his former manager a blow by putting Sunderland ahead at Selhurst Park. Watford quickly make their numerical advantage count against Burnley as captain Deeney heads home an M'Baye Niang cross.

£14m striker Gabbiadini notches just 10 minutes into his Southampton debut. However, his joy proves to be shortlived when Carroll is teed up by Pedro Obiang to score his fourth goal in as many matches.

Manolo Gabbiadini

Goal: Southampton 1-1 West Ham (Andy Carroll)

Goal: Watford 1-0 Burnley (Troy Deeney)

Goal: Southampton 1-0 West Ham (Manolo Gabbiadini)

Goal: Crystal Palace 0-1 Sunderland (Lamine Kone)

Burnley are reduced to 10 men after Hendrick is shown a straight red card by Michael Oliver for a two-footed lunge on Jose Holebas. Sounds like a lively old start down at Vicarage Road.

Jeff Hendrick

Red card: Jeff Hendrick (Burnley)

After receiving the ball from Andy Robertson, Hernandez easily gains separation from Matip and proceeds to fizz in a low cross that is too powerful for Sam Clucas or Grosicki to connect with.

Simon Mignolet also makes a comfortable save from N'Diaye's long-range strike.

Salomon Rondon nets for West Brom but his goal is ruled out for offside. Barely 60 seconds later, Morrison beats Lee Grant after good work from Nacer Chadli.

Goal: West Brom 1-0 Stoke (James Morrison)

Mane tries his luck for Liverpool but sends a hopeful shot into orbit. Hernandez looks OK to continue after an early knock.

Talk about a fast start at Goodison Park. Lukaku has the Toffees ahead within the first minute of the match.

Goal: Everton 1-0 Bournemouth (Romelu Lukaku)

Liverpool start as they mean to go on with an early bout of pressure. They win a free-kick on the left-hand flank and Emre Can ends up curling an effort wide.

We are underway at the KCOM Stadium. Can Liverpool secure their first league win of 2017?

For Liverpool, Dejan Lovren misses out with a knee injury and Ragnar Klavan is not available due to illness. That means Lucas will play alongside Joel Matip in central defence.

Sadio Mane also comes in to make his first start since returning from Africa Cup of Nations duty. Georginio Wijnaldum is the man to make way.

News of a late enforced change to Hull's starting XI. Captain Michael Dawson pulled up injured in the warm-up and his place is taken by Andrea Ranocchia, who came off the bench against Manchester United after joining on loan from Inter Milan.

Adama Diomande is named as a substitute and Tom Huddlestone takes the armband.

Silva makes four changes to the side that earned that goalless draw at Old Trafford on Wednesday. Deadline day signings Kamil Grosicki and Alfred N'Diaye are both handed their full debuts, while Omar Elabdellaoui and Abel Hernandez also start.

David Meyler, Oumar Niasse and Josh Tymon all drop to the bench. Liverpool loanee Lazar Markovic is not eligible to play against his parent club.


Official team news is imminent. Stay tuned...

Good afternoon and welcome to IBTimes UK's continued live coverage of matchday 24 of the 2016-17 Premier League season. The heavyweight lunchtime clash between Arsenal and Chelsea continues at Stamford Bridge, but here our attention switches to today's six 15.00 GMT kick-offs.

Our feature game comes from Yorkshire, where Liverpool, without a league victory to their name in 2017 and winners of only one of their last nine matches across all competitions, look to move on from that frustrating January nosedive against a Hull City side that are showing signs of real improvement under Marco Silva.


Sam Allardyce also looks to heap more misery on his former employers in a proper relegation six-pointer between Crystal Palace and Sunderland at Selhurst Park. Everton will hope to extend their impressive recent run against Bournemouth, while Southampton entertain West Ham United in the Jose Fonte derby.

Elsewhere, Sean Dyche's Burnley attempt to end their wretched away run at Watford and Tony Pulis leads West Bromwich Albion against a familiar foe in Stoke City. All eyes will be on Saido Berahino in that one after this week's revelation that he served an eight-week FA suspension before leaving he Baggies.

Stay tuned for all the latest team news and live updates.