Full time: Burnley 2-2 West Bromwich Albion
Full time: Newcastle United 1-1 Stoke City
Full time: West Ham United 1-1 Manchester United
18:10: Daley Blind claims United a point after they were dominated for 90 minutes at Upton Park. Chiekhou Kouyate had West Ham ahead in the second half and after missing chances to enhane their lead, United took a point with Blind's terrific volley.
Well that is all we have time for on this Premier League live text. We're back on Tuesday and Wednesday with more action from the top flight but until then goodbye.
Full time: West Ham United 1-1 Manchester United
18:06: Shaw given a second booking for a high challenge on Stewart Downing after Adrian's throw. United looking for a late winner here but time running out.
Red card: Luke Shaw (Manchester United)
18:05: Into the second minute of added time and United grab an unlikely equaliser. Fellaini causes problems during a Rojo cross and the loose ball comes the way of Blind, who volleys beyond Adrian.
Goal: West Ham United 1-1 Manchester United (Daley Blind)
18:02: Four added minutes in east London. Free-kick for United right outside the penalty area....
18:02: Not seen much of Fellaini since he came on but he almost grabs United an undeserved points after taking down the ball and forcing Adrian into a fine save.
17:59: Will West Ham get a better chance to secure the points? Mark Noble comes onto a left-wing cross and De Gea has to make a save, before the subsequent effort from Sakho is turned behind by the Spaniard.
17:55: Adrian with a fine save with his legs from Van Persie after being fed by Falcao. Six minutes left for United to find an equaliser.
17:50: Finally a bit of fluidity between Van Persie and Falcao and they tear West Ham apart, setting the Colombian clean through but he fluffs his lines much to the delight of the home fans. Really not falling for the Monaco loanee.
17:46: Angel di Maria shoots hopelessly over from a 25-yard free-kick after Rooney was fouled by Song, who picks up a yellow card in his eighth straight game against United. A quarter of an hour remaining.
17:43: United had a bit of a spell but now it's all West Ham. Downing sends Sakho through but his touch isn't good and he is forced wide where the visitors are able to deal with the threat. Fellaini coming on for Januzaj, but he will need to be at the peak of his powers to spark a turnaround here.
17:40: With Marouane Fellaini looking like coming on, United threaten again and Januzaj collects the ball on the edge of the area but blazes over.
17:36: West Ham sitting back but they almost get a second as Carl Jenkinson's cross evades everyone and Valencia has to duck out of a header at the back post.
17:29: Pressure from United now and Van Persie is denied again. Januzaj's miss-hit cross finds the Dutchman, who just delays his shot enough for Tomkins to get a crucial block in.
17:25: United come alive at last and they could have been level. Di Maria plays a delicious pass through to Van Persie whose chest control puts the ball into his path but his first time shot is straight at Adrian.
17:23: West Ham almost every second ball from set pieces in the first half and that trend continues to deadly effect in the second half. A free kick is headed only as far as Kouyate, who does two keepy-ups before turning and drilling, via a Daley Blind deflection, past De Gea. Fine finish but United stood and stared.
Goal: West Ham United 1-0 Manchester United (Chiekhou Kouyate)
17:17: Players out for the second half and we're under way in the second half. Jamie Carragher wants to see James Wilson on for the second half. He's not got his wish but the youngster can't be far away from being introduced. No changes at the break.
17:07: West Ham nothing less than completely dominant in that first half. David de Gea has saved twice from Enner Valencia and once from James Tomkins in a similar theme for United as they continue to rely on their Spanish stopper. The all-star United have meanwhile looked uneasy and lacking threat in attack. Big improvement needed.
Half time: West Ham United 0-0 Manchester United
16:57: All the chances have come West Ham's way but they're yet to take one yet. Valencia and Sakho combine to storm through and momentarily the Hammers have three-on-two but the ball is eventually collected by De Gea as they lose their way.
16:48: David de Gea saves United again with his feet as James Tomkins escaped in the area, heading down and hard but denied by the 'keeper.
16:47: Van Persie very fortunate not to be sanctioned for an elbow on James Tomkins. Gets a long talking to from referee Mark Clattenburg but no punishment, which enrages the Upton Park faithful.
16:43: Feisty, fast-paced and frenetic opening quarter at Upton Park. Both teams carrying a threat, whether it be through West Ham's physical approach and pace through Valencia, or United's deluge of attacking talent on show.
16:31: West Ham twice denied by David de Gea is as many minutes. First, Enner Valencia makes a yard off Phil Jones and turns the ball around the post. From the subsequent corner, Tomkins' flick finds Valencia again and how volley is tipped over by the Spaniard.
16:23: West Ham almost help Manchester United into the lead with a moment of crazy defending which sees Alex Song attempt a pass across his own box which is intercepted by Van Persie but Adrian rushes out to snuff out the danger.
16:15: Players out and we're under way at Upton Park.
16:14: Team news:
West Ham United: Adrian, Jenkinson, Tomkins, Kouyate, Cresswell, Song, Noble, Nolan, Downing, Sakho, Valencia.
Manchester United: De Gea, Valencia, Jones, Rojo, Shaw, Blind, Rooney, Januzaj, Di Maria, Falcao, van Persie.
16:00: Not a classic but a fair result. Jack Colback and Peter Crouch score in the last 15 minutes but both side stay 10th and 11th respectively. It can only get better can't it? And with that, to Upton Park.....
Full time: Newcastle United 1-1 Stoke City
15:55: Stoke snatch a point at the death as the substitutes Cameron and Crouch combine, and the latter heads over Krul and beyond Coloccini to level in the 90th minute.
Goal: Newcastle United 1-1 Stoke City (Peter Crouch)
15:51: Jonathan Walters' produces a fine save from Tim Krul. Stoke pressing for an equaliser here.
15:50: Newcastle still only one up but goodness knows how. Stoke throw everyone forward and that leaves Newcastle with a three-on-one but after Obertan goes through, he decides to square the ball and the chance goes. Could that come back to haunt Newcastle?
15:40: At last we have a goal and it goes to Newcastle with a little under 15 minutes left. Janmaat down the right crosses for Sissoko and when the ball is pulled back Colback he thunders in from 17 yards. Fine finish and Stoke are breached.
Goal: Newcastle United 1-0 Stoke City (Jack Colback)
15:36: Jack Colback is a lucky boy to still be on the field after escaping a second yellow card after a foul on Victor Moses. Neil Swarbrick resists in reducing the hosts to ten men.
15:34: Remy Cabella off, much to the displeasure of the home crowd, and Yoan Gouffran on for Newcastle. Twenty minutes left and I have to tell you, we're no closer to an opening goal.
15:25: An hour played and it has been more of the same from these two teams, who are failing to muster much from an attacking point of view. Surely Mike Carver will change it up at some stage. Right on cue, Papiss Cisse enters the fray.
15:08: Players out and second half under way at St James' Park. Here's hoping for better.
14:58: Not a classic at St James' Park where neither side have imposed themselves on this game. Chances for Cabella and Diouf have come and gone but in all honesty it has been a typical 10th v 11th clash in the Premier League. Pretty tight.
Half time: Newcastle United 0-0 Stoke City
14:53: Into three minutes of stoppage time and we come the closest to seeing a goal as Diouf heads on Ireland's cross and Krul is forced to turn the ball behind. First save the Dutchman has had to make and it was a vital one.
14:49: Chances for Newcastle. Cabella turns and immediately releases Perez, who gets away but shoots wide. First half coming to an end.
14:37: Not a particularly clear structure to the game as yet, with Stoke enjoying periods of possession but unable to test Tim Krul, while Newcastle are almost playing as the away side, on the break and looking to give Perez opportunities to run in behind.
14:26: Stoke enjoy a sustained period of possession but as soon as they lose it Newcastle are looking to break. Perez gets away down the left cuts inside and though his shot is deflected away from goal, Muniesa is forced to head away from an onrushing Cabella.
14:23: Newcastle much the better side from an attacking point of view, Perez having their latest effort which flies behind for goal kick.
14:16: Tight start from both sides but finally we have a chance and it falls to Newcaslte. Sissoko plays a deft cross into the path of Cabella, whose header is flicked over the top by Begovic.
14:06: Under way at St James' Park.
14:02: Team news
Newcastle United v Stoke City
Newcastle United: Krul; Janmaat, Coloccini (c), Williamson, Haïdara; Sissoko, Anita, Colback; Cabella, Perez, Ameobi.
Stoke City: Begovic; Bardsley, Muniesa, Wollscheid, Wilson; Whelan (c), Nzonzi; Walters, Ireland, Moses; Diouf
13:58: No time to rest, our next is hot on the heels of the draw at Turf Moor as Newcastle take on Stoke. Team news and kick-off on the way.
13:55: Neither side can force a late winner in a cracking Premier League encounter. Burnley lose a two-goal lead but leap out of the bottom three while West Brom pull three points clear of the relegation zone. Both teams could have won it, so in the end a fair result.
Full time: Burnley 2-2 West Bromwich Albion
13:50: Three minutes added on. Burnley continue to probe.
13:48: Tom Heaton with a miraculous save to maybe give Burnley a point. Shackell makes a mess of clearing a throw-in and when Ideye squares it Berahino has the goal at his mercy, but the ex-Cardiff keeper sprawls to his left and keep him out.
13:44: Burnley should really have a penalty after Ben Mee's cross is clearly handled by Gareth McAuley. Into the final five minutes at Turf Moor, with the home side looking the more likely to get a late winner.
13:36: Who has the gusto to go after a winner in the closing stages here? West Brom attempt to strike first as Lescott's header is saved by Heaton before the former Everton defender clears off his own line from Shackell's own header. Grand stand finale in prospect.
13:28: Brown Ideye completes the West Brom turnaround with a simple header from another corner, with Burnley napping and the Nigerian glances into the corner past Heaton.
Goal: Burnley 2-2 West Bromwich Albion (Brown Ideye)
13:24: Over an hour played at Turf Moor and Burnley and stemmed the tide from West Brom at the start of the second half and the game and developed into a bit of a scrappy affair it must be said, but the home side with a 2-1 lead won't have too many complaints.
13:04: Second half under way at Turf Moor. Dean Marney off and Michael Knightly on while Brown Ideye has replaced Chris Baird.
12:54: Breaking news at half time as West Ham United confirm the termination of Ravel Morrison's contract. The midfielder is currently on loan at Lazio until the end of the season and has signed a pre-contract agreement with the Italian club. A wonderfully talented player on the verge of football's unforgiving gutter.
12:51: Half time team talks for both Sean Dyche and Tony Puilis changed by that stoppage time goal as West Brom halve Burnley's advantage. Ashley Barnes and Danny Ings had the hosts two goals up but Brunt's header keep the Baggies in a game in which they have been outplayed for long periods.
Half time: Burnley 2-1 West Bromwich Albion
12:48: A lifeline for West Brom at the end of a half in which they should be out of sight. McManaman's corner from the left finds Brunt who peels around the back and heads in off the crossbar and beyond Tom Heaton.
Goal: Burnley 2-1 West Bromwich Albion (Chris Brunt)
12:35: The home side double their lead and you can't argue that they deserve it. George Boyd scampers down the right after Trippier leaves a threaded pass, and the former non-league player crosses and finds the onrushing Ings who heads home unchallenged from 15 yards. Two terrifically made goals.
Goal: Burnley 2-0 West Bromwich Albion (Danny Ings)
12:25: West Brom looking slightly more bright since the change and they almost level through Joleon Lescott's header, but an intervention from Michael Keane prevents the Burnley lead being wiped out.
12:18: Saido Berahino left out from the start today due to injury but he looks set to come on after little than 20 minutes gone this afternoon, with Victor Anichebe hobbling around. He owes his club after some untimely comments during the week.
12:13: The Clarets ahead and based on the opening 11 minutes it has been fully deserved. Ings loops a cross in from the left and Barnes rises above Joleon Lescott and nods in his first goal since December.
Goal: Burnley 1-0 West Bromwich Albion (Ashley Barnes)
12:10: Burnley all over West Brom in the early moments and but for Ben Foster's brilliance they would be ahead. Kieron Trippier crosses from the right and Scott Arfield is all alone and his effort is tipped onto the crossbar by the England 'keeper and shepherded to safety.
12:04: First chance of the game and it comes for Burnley's newly committed forward Danny Ings, who smashes over from 18 yards at the fight sight of goal after West Brom fail to clear.
12:02: Under way at Turf Moor. This might look like the most unattractive fixture of the game, but give it a chance. It could come to life.
11:58: Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City and Southampton follow in five of Burnley's next six games so today is a must win you feel. teams are out at Turf Moor, where it is a tad misty. Kick-off fast approaching.
11:55: Tony Pulis tells Sky Sports that the omission of Saido Berhaino is down to the recent fixture schedule. The Baggies' top scorer left out today, but at what cost to the midlands side?
11:52: Less than 10 minutes until kick-off and it's prediction time. Remember to tweet me about these later.
Burnley 0-0 West Bromwich Albion
Newcastle United 1-2 Stoke City
West Ham United 2-2 Manchester United
Post your predictions in the comments section below, if you dare.
11:45: After defeats for Leicester and QPR on Saturday, it's a big day at the bottom for Burnley and West Brom. The draw for Hull City yesterday means Burnley are back in the bottom three, but a point will see them climb out of the drop zone. West Brom are two adrift of the bottom three but victory will only see them end the day in 14th, still very much in trouble.
11:38: Team news from our opening game at Turf Moor makes for very interesting reading. Burnley are unchanged for a 10th game in a row as they aim to leap out of the bottom three with a victory today.
West Brom meanwhile drop striker Saido Berahino after his mid-week comments, while Darren Fletcher makes his debut as captain.
Burnley v West Bromwich Albion
Burnley: Heaton; Trippier, Shackell (c), Keane, Mee; Boyd, Jones, Marney, Arfield; Barnes, Ings.
West Bromwich Albion: Foster; Baird, Dawson, McAuley, Lescott; McManaman, Fletcher (c), Yacob, Brunt; Sessegnon; Anichebe
11:30: It might not have been a hell-raising day in the Premier League on Saturday, but Sunday subtly promises to be a thrilling afternoon. Burnley host West Brom in a genuine relegation six-pointer, Newcastle face Stoke in the battle for mid-table supremacy while our final game sees West Ham take on Manchester United in a top four battle. What more could you want?