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Arsenal 3-0 Bournemouth

Brighton 3-1 West Brom

Leicester 1-2 Chelsea

Everton 0-3 Tottenham Hotspur

Southampton 0-2 Watford

Full-time results:

Arsenal 3-0 Bournemouth

Brighton 3-1 West Brom

Leicester 1-2 Chelsea

Everton 0-3 Tottenham Hotspur

Southampton 0-2 Watford

Full-time: Leicester 1-2 Chelsea

The champions have held on!

Leicester are throwing everything they have at Chelsea as we enter the final few minutes of normal time at the King Power Stadium.

It might just be a consolation goal for the Baggies, but James Morrison has pulled one back, diverting a knockdown from Oliver Burke inside the box.

Goal! Brighton (Brighton 3-1 West Brom (James Morrison 75)

Watford double their lead! It's another one from distance, this time from Janmaat who rifles one through a crowd of players from 25 yards out across goal and into the far corner.

Goal! Southampton 0-2 Watford (Daryl Janmaat, 65)

Brighton are cruising! Gross turns provider, lifting a cross onto Hemed's with a fine diving header.

Goal! Brighton 3-0 West Brom (Tomer Hemed, 63)

Courtois gets a hand to Vardy 's penalty, but he can't keep it out. Game on.

Goal! Leicester City 1-2 Chelsea (Jamie Vardy, 60)

A lifeline for Chelsea! Vardy is fouled by Courtois and they have a chance to pull one back.

PENALTY - Leicester City

Danny Welbeck meanwhile has doubled his tally, drilling a first-time effort home at the near post after being picked out by Aaron Ramsey.

Goal! Arsenal 3-0 Doncaster (Danny Welbeck, 50)

N'Golo Kante doesn't score often but he has popped up with his second goal for Chelsea against his former club, drilling a low effort home from 25 yards out.

Goal! Leicester City 0-2 Chelsea (N'Golo Kante, 50)

Goal! Brighton 2-0 West Brom (Pascal Gross, 46)

Ronald Koeman's half-time team talk has done the trick then. 30 seconds into the second half and they are three behind; Kane on the spot again to tap home a precise cross from Davies. Everton are woeful.

Goal! Everton 0-3 Tottenham (Harry Kane, 46)

And we are just about ready to get back underway for the second half of action across the country.

Half-time scores:

Arsenal 2-0 Bournemouth

Brighton 1-0 West Brom

Leicester 0-1 Chelsea

Everton 0-2 Tottenham Hotspur

Southampton 0-1 Watford

Brighton finally have their first Premier League goal! Gross is on the end of a deep cross from Solly March and forces it home.

Goal! Brighton 1-0 West Brom (Pascal Gross, 45)

Tottenham are in complete control against Everton now, with Christian Eriksen reacting quickest to slam home a rebound after Pickford initially denied Ben Davies' effort.

Chelsea now have a deserved lead at the King Power Stadium through Alvaro Morata, who has another headed goal to his name after converting Azpilicueta's cross having outumped Morgan.

Goal! Everton 0-2 Tottenham (Christian Eriksen, 41)

Goal! Leicester 0-1 Chelsea (Alvaro Morata, 41)

It has been all Chelsea at the King Power but Leicester have almost snatched one on the break. Mahrez led the counter, finding his countryman Slimani only to be denied by a fine save from Courtois.

Watford have been the better of the two sides at St Mary's and they are now a goal up against Southampton, with Abdoulaye Doucoure lashing a superb volley through a crowd of players and into the bottom corner.

Goal! Southampton 0-1 Watford (Abdoulaye Doucoure, 38)

Alvaro Morata brilliantly darts through on goal but just as he is about to pull the trigger, Wes Morgan slides in with a goal saving challenge. Still goalless at the King Power Stadium.

Harry Kane breaks the deadlock at Goodison Park! The England international catches Pickford out with a looping cross from out on the right that somehow finds its way into the back of the net.

Goal! Everton 0-1 Tottenham (Harry Kane, 27)

Arsenal are cruising at the Emirates and Alexandre Lacazette is now in on the act, firing home after a neat exchange with Welbeck.

Goal! Arsenal 2-0 Bournemouth (Alexandre Lacazette, 26)

Fabregas is dominating proceedings at the King Power Stadium, this time picking out Victor Moses' run whose cross/shot across goal is turned away for a corner.

Ozil close to adding a second for Arsenal! From a free kick on the edge of the box, The German bends one towards the top corner but Begovic manages to scramble across and claw it out.

Two more chances in quick succession for Spurs. Davies drives down the left and pings a ball into Sissoko who hammers a first-time effort on goal, only for Keane to make a vital block. Davies picks up the loose ball and repeats the trick, this time finding Kane but he can't quite open up the space to shoot on target and fires wide.

Some fine defending from Everton denies Tottenham the opening goal at Goodison Park. Trippier's cross into the middle is brilliantly chested down by Dele Alli who swivels to lay it off to Eriksen. He pelts his shot on goal from 10 yards out by Keane leaps across to make the block.

Chelsea are putting the squeeze on Leicester at the moment with Fabregas beginning to take control in midfield, finding Morata's clever run with a beaut of a pass but his countryman doesn't connect properly and the chance goes.

Arsenal break the deadlock early on at the Emirates! Danny Welbeck, starting ahead of Alexis Sanchez today, latching onto Sead Kolasinac's cross to head home after six minutes.

Goal! Arsenal 1-0 Bournemouth (Danny Welbeck, 6)

And we are just getting underway in our five 3pm kick-offs.

It's the same XI that held Watford to a goalless draw for Brighton this afternoon.

Grzegorz Krychowiak comes straight into the West Brom midfield to replace James Morrison while there is a return the starting XI for Jonny Evans.

Wesley Hoedt makes his Southampton debut this afternoon but his countryman Virgil van Dijk remains out of the squad. Hoedt replaces Maya Yoshida with Sofiane Boufal and James Ward-Prowse coming into the attack in place of Dusan Tadic and Mario Lemina.

Peru international Andre Carillo starts for Watford this afternoon in one of three changes made by Marco Silva after the goalless draw with Brighton last time out.

Alexis Sanchez starts on the bench this afternoon after his deadline day move to Manchester City failed, with Danny Welbeck given the nod ahead of him. Alexandre Lacazette is back in the starting XI as one of three changes made to the side that lost to Liverpool before the international break with Sead Kolasinac and Shkodran Mustafi also coming in.

Andrew Surman replaces Ryan Fraser in the only change made by Eddie Howe this afternoon.

Wayne Rooney starts for Everton this afternoon despite Ronald Koeman's warning he will face disciplinary action after his recent drink driving charge. He joins Sandro Ramirez up front with Morgan Schneiderlin back in the starting XI after serving his one match ban.

Davinson Sanchez makes his full Tottenham debut this afternoon in what looks like a back three for Tottenham alongside Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen. Serge Aurier is on the bench with Kieran Trippier starting ahead of him. Deadline day signing Fernando Llorente has surprisingly made the bench having recovered from a broken arm suffered in the summer.

Just the one change to Craig Shakespeare's side this afternoon with Islam Slimani in for Shinji Okazaki. Kelechi Iheanacho starts on the bench but there is no space in the squad for new arrival Aleksandar Dragovic.

Eden Hazard played for Belgium during the international break but Antonio Conte has decided to delay his return to club football. The forward starts on the bench this afternoon with his manager possibly thinking ahead with matches against Arsenal and Manchester City looming this month. Conte has made just one change to the side that beat Everton last time out with Tiemoue Bakayoko in for Willian.

Victor Moses retains his place at right-wing back with Davide Zappacosta on the bench, alongside fellow deadline day arrival Danny Drinkwater.

Leicester City team to face Chelsea: Schmeichel, Simpson, Morgan, Maguire, Fuchs, Ndidi, James, Albrighton, Mahrez, Slimani, Vardy

Subs: Hamer, Chilwell, Amartey, King, Gray, Ulloa, Iheanacho

Chelsea team to face Leicester: Courtois, Rudiger, Luiz, Azpilicueta, Moses, Kante, Fabregas, Bakayoko, Alonso, Pedro, Morata

Subs: Caballero, Drinkwater, Hazard, Zappacosta, Willian, Batshuayi, Christensen

BREAKING: Davide Zappacosta and Danny Drinkwater both start on the bench for Chelsea.

BREAKING: Riyad Mahrez starts for Leicester with Kelechi Iheanacho only fit enough for the bench.

Antonio Conte on the possibility of Drinkwater facing his former club

"We are working with him, and we are trying to get him in the best physical condition. He is a good buy for us, he is working very well and this week he improved his physical condition a lot. He is in the squad for the Leicester game but I don't know when he will be ready to play."

Team news: Chelsea

Danny Drinkwater is available to take on his former club this afternoon but he might be more likely to start on the bench. The England midfielder missed Leicester's opening three matches of the season due to a thigh problem, although Foxes boss Craig Shakespeare revealed prior to their 2-0 defeat to Manchester United on 26 August that the 27-year-old had returned to training.

Danny Drinkwater

Team news: Chelsea

Conte suggested on Friday deadline day signing Davide Zappacosta is "ready" to make his debut against Leicester.

"Davide Zappacosta played against Israel for the national team which shows he is in good physical condition," Conte said. "He worked with me at the national team, he knows my style of football and my ideas very well, and for this reason it is more simple for him to adapt himself to our style."

Davide Zappacosta

Antonio Conte on Eden Hazard's fitness

"Eden is available, he is in the squad for the game. He is improving a lot. He worked very hard to be ready. Now I can count on him, but for sure I have to decide the right moment and the right minutes for him. When there is a bad injury and surgery, it's normal to pay attention to the recovery."

Team news: Chelsea

Eden Hazard played his first football of the season for Belgium during the international break but reports suggest Antonio Conte may opt not to rush the forward back this afternoon. Hazard underwent ankle surgery in the summer and with huge fixtures against Arsenal and Manchester City looming this month, his manager may opt for a cautious approach in reintroducing him to the team.

Eden Hazard
Hazard featured for Belgium during the international break after recovering from his ankle injury. Getty

Team news: Leicester City

Kelechi Iheanacho has only seen 10 minutes of playing time since his arrival from Manchester City amid his struggles with an ankle injury but did join up with Nigeria during the international break, getting on the score sheet against Cameroon in the process.
Craig Shakespeare is wary of rushing the striker back, however, suggesting on Friday he may not start this afternoon.

"Kelechi went away with Nigeria," said Shakespeare. "He didn't play as much as he hoped, but he has trained with us the last couple of days. He is short on minutes and we'll have to see where that one goes."

Kelechi Iheanacho
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Team news: Leicester City

Robert Huth (ankle) and Vicente Iborra (groin) are unavailable for the Foxes this afternoon but captain Wes Morgan is available to start. There could also be a debut for Aleksander Dragovic, a deadline day signing on loan from Bayer Leverkusen.

When was the last time a Saturday afternoon was this stacked? We have five cracking fixtures kicking off at 3pm today including Leicester City vs Chelsea, where Danny Drinkwater is in contention to make his Blues debut against his former side. After handing in a transfer request to force through his deadline day move to Stamford Bridge, it's safe to say he might be in for a frosty reception.

The pick of the fixtures arguably takes place on Merseyside where Everton host Tottenham Hotspur, who have a clutch of new arrivals hoping to make their debuts today. We will have team news from all these coming your way shortly.

Arsenal vs Bournemouth

Brighton vs West Brom

Leicester vs Chelsea

Everton vs Tottenham Hotspur

Southampton vs Watford