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Full time: Liverpool 2-0 Burnley

Full time: Manchester City 2-0 Leicester City

Full time: Newcastle United 0-1 Manchester United

Full time: Queens Park Rangers 1-2 Arsenal

Full time: Stoke City 2-0 Everton

Full time: Tottenham Hotspur 3-1 Swansea City

Full time: West Ham United 0-1 Chelsea

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Gomis was stretchered from the field at White Hart Lane. Getty Images

Full time at Anfield and Liverpol keep pace in the top four race with a vital win over Burnley, who remain in relegation trouble.

Well that is all we have time for on this Premier League live text, on an evening overshadow by Bafetimbi Gomis collapsing the an alleged spitting incident involving Jonny Evans and Papiss Cisse. Until next time, goodbye.

Worth mentioning that though Ashley Young struck a late winner for Manchester United, the behaviour of Jonny Evans and Papiss Cisse is likely to take centre stage after an alleged spitting incident between the pair. Expect the back pages of your daily newspapers to be awash with such reports. We await The FA's verdict.

Full time in six of our Wednesday night fixtures. Wins for Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United, Stoke City, Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal. We await full time at Anfield where Liverpool are leading Burnley by two goals to nil. Updates on the closing stages on the way.

Goal: Tottenham Hotspur 3-2 Swansea City (Gylfi Sigurdsson)

Six added minutes at Upton Park as West Ham continue to search for an equaliser. Time running out though

Comedy of errors at St James' sees Manchester United take the lead. Rooney chases down the ball on the right and when Williamson hastily passes the ball back to Krul his clearance goes to Young who from six yards passes into an empty net. Newcastle try to react immediate but De Gea, who else, makes a superb save to keep out Cisse.

Goal: Manchester City 2-0 Leicester City (James Milner)

Goal: Newcastle United 0-1 Manchester United (Ashley Young)

Goal: Stoke City 2-0 Everton (Mame Biram Diouf)

Goal: Queens Park Rangers 1-2 Arsenal (Charlie Austin)

Goal: Queens Park Rangers 0-2 Arsenal (Alexis Sanchez)

For what seems like the umpteenth time at St James' Park I am asking how have we not had a goal? Gutierrez is right into the action, already booked, and he breaks and Newcastle have a two-on-one and Cisse gets the ball but drags wide. Big let off for United.

Goal: Liverpool 2-0 Burnley (Daniel Sturridge)

Goal: Queens Park Rangers 0-1 Arsenal (Olivier Giroud)

Goal: Tottenham Hotspur 3-1 Swansea City (Andros Townsend)

A moment to remember at St James' Park as Ryan Taylor is replaced by Jonas Gutierrez, cancer survivor and he is given a rousing reception as he comes on to make his first appearance since undergoing treatment for the disease.

Angel di Maria off after an hour at St James' Park. Seen some stunning goalkeeper tonight with very few goals, not to mention a few refereeing shockers. Still plenty of time to go too.

Chelsea have been under the cosh for long periods but they should be two goals ahead as Hazard and Costa combine to feed Ramires, who hits the post. Now another Hazard cross and this time Ramires is denied by the feet of Adrian.

Goal: Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 Swansea City (Ryan Mason)

two chances in the same move for Manchester United and Tim Krul keeps them at bay. Fellaini forced a fine close save from the Dutchman but when the balls comes out Ashley Young takes a touch but can't get it past the Newcastle 'keeper. Great double stop.

Leicester have a free-kick right on the edge of the penalty area, but really they should have a spot kick. Kramaric is taken down through a tangle of legs and though a free-kick is given, the Foxes feel hard done by.

Goodness knows how we haven't had a goal at St James' Park. Coloccini heads on a free-kick and the ball falls the way of Riviere whose cushioned volley is kept out by De Gea from point blank range.

Goal: Manchester City 1-0 Leicester City (David Silva)

Goal: Liverpool 1-0 Burnley (Jordan Henderson)

West Ham should be level. Jenkinson;s cross from the right finds Sakho, six yards out and in the middle of the goal but Courtois produces an instinctive save to keep Chelsea in front.

Goal: Stoke City 1-0 Everton (Victor Moses)

Newcastle making problems for themselves at times this evening and Coloccini hands the ball to Di Maria, who finds Rooney but the England skipper can't rein the ball in and the chance is gone as Krul comes out.

Another chance for United but they fail to take advantage. Young plays a cheeky little chipped pass into Rooney's path and he has time to control the ball, turn and take a touch before skewing his shot wide.

Goal: West Ham United 0-1 Chelsea (Eden Hazard)

Classic Chelsea counter-attack as the Premier League leaders take the lead at Upton Park. Fabregas feeds Ramires and his cross finds an unmarked Hazard, wo nods easily past Adrian.

Goal: Tottenham Hotspur 1-1 Swansea City (Ki Sung-Yueng)

Courtois recalled by Jose Mourinho tonight and he justifies that selection with a good low save Sakho takes the ball off the toes off Kevin Nolan and forced the Belgian into a sprawling save.

Well Newcastle should have a penalty after Smalling clearly fouls Riviere in the penalty area, but at the other end United almost break the deadlock as Herrera shoots wide from 18 yards.

Gomis has been stretchered from the field at White Hart Lane before going off he appeared to be responsive. Here is hoping he can make a full recovery.

Awful scenes at White Hart Lane as after the goal is scored and play is about resume, Swansea striker Bafetimbi Gomis collapses onto the turf. Several players around the Frenchman are showing concern as the player receives medical attention. More on this story as we get it.

Goal: Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 Swansea City (Nacer Chadli)

The League Cup runners-up show there is no hangover from their Wembley defeat to Chelsea with an early goal at White Hart Lane. Danny Rose's urging run ends with Nacer Chadli slams the ball home on the volley.

United, the away side, almost ahead straight away at St James' Park when Abeid is pick-pocketed by Ander Herrera but after he feeds Di Maria the British record signing can't get his shot away and Newcastle snuff out the danger.

Under way in each of the six 7:45pm kick-offs. Updates and all the goal news on the way.

Teams in the tunnel across the country as we edge closer to kick off in our five 7:45pm games. Liverpool-Burnley is up at 8pm but we have plenty to keep you entertained until then.

It shouldn't be forgotten that at St James' Park we have what down the years has been a real thriller in the Premier League, as Newcastle host Manchester United. Goals have dominated these games down the years, but neither side are exactly rolling in goals at the moment so what can we expect? A little bit dogged you fancy.

So what is the jewel in the crown of tonight's Premier League games? You can't dismiss the clash at Upton Park where a genuinely hotly contested London derby sees West Ham United host Chelsea. West Ham have suffered a significant downturn in form, winning just one of their last ten while Chelsea are coming off the back of having won the League Cup and seeing Manchester City lose at Liverpool. This game is often a classic capital clash and tonight is likely to be no different.

After throwing a heap of teams at you, let's try and pick the bones out of tonight's line-ups. Vincent Kompany is left out of the Manchester City team to face Leicester after a series of costly errors in the last few games.

Chelsea recall Thibaut Courtois to their starting eleven, while Oscar and Kurt Zouma both start too. Alex Song misses out for opponents West Ham United.

St James' Park, Radamel Falcao is left out for Manchester United despite the continued absence of Robin van Persie. Marouane Fellaini will comes in and Juan Mata is on the bench.

Arsenal name Francis Cocquelin in their team despite the Frenchman suffering a broken nose against Everton but there is no place for Laurent Koscielny at Queens Park Ranges, who are without Maruricio Isla.

Manchester City v Leicester City

Manchester City: Hart, Sagna, Demichelis, Mangala, Kolarov, Yaya, Fernando, Navas, Bony, Aguero, Silva.

Leicester City: Schwarzer, Simpson, Morgan, Huth, Upson, Konchesky, Mahrez, Cambiasso, James, Schlupp Kramarić.

Newcastle United v Manchester United

Newcastle United: Krul, Janmaat, Coloccini, Williamson, R.Taylor, Obertan, Sissoko, Abeid, Ameobi, Riviere, Cisse

Manchester United: De Gea; Valencia, Smalling, Evans, Rojo; Herrera, Blind; Di Maria, Fellaini, Young; Rooney.

Queens Park Rangers v Arsenal

Queens Park Rangers: Green; Furlong, Caulker, Onuoha, Suk-Young; Phillips, Sandro, Henry, Hoilett; Austin, Zamora.

Arsenal: Ospina, Bellerin, Mertesacker, Gabriel, Gibbs, Coquelin, Cazorla, Rosicky, Ozil, Alexis, Giroud

Stoke City v Everton

Stoke City: Begovic; Bardsley, Pieters, Wollscheid, Wilson; Whelan, Moses, N'Zonzi, Adam; Walters, Crouch.

Everton: Howard, Coleman, Stones, Jagielka, Garbutt, Barry, McCarthy, Gibson, Lennon, Naismith, Lukaku

Tottenham Hotspur v Swansea City

Tottenham Hotspur: Lloris, Walker, Dier, Vertonghen, Rose, Bentaleb, Mason, Chadli, Eriksen, Townsend, Kane

Swansea City: Fabianski, Naughton, Fernandez, Williams (capt), Taylor, Ki, Cork, Shelvey, Sigurdsson, Routledge, Gomis.

West Ham United v Chelsea

West Ham United: Adrian, Jenkinson, Tomkins, Reid, Cresswell, Nolan, Noble, Kouyaté, Downing, Valencia, Sakho

Chelsea: Courtois, Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry, Azpilicueta, Zouma, Ramires, Fabregas, Oscar, Hazard, Diego Costa

After Tuesday's three Premier League games, Wednesday sees the main course delivered with seven matches with will whet the appetite. Nine of the top ten are all in action looking to react to Southampton's win last night, with the battle for the title and the top four very much on the agenda. Promoted trio Burnley, Leicester and QPR, who occupy the bottom three after Aston Villa's win, are also playing tonight and you can't help but feel it could be a pivotal evening at both ends. Build-up and team news on the way.