Full time: Queens Park Rangers 2-2 Stoke City

Full time: Aston Villa 0-3 Arsenal

Full time: Burnley 0-0 Sunderland

Full time: Newcastle United 2-2 Hull City

Full time: Swansea City 0-1 Southampton

Full time: West Ham United 3-1 Liverpool

West Ham United v Liverpool

19:26: A third defeat of the season for Liverpool as their title credentials take another hit. West Ham blew them away in the first half before shutting up shop and securing the points late on. Food for thought for Brendan Rodgers whose side were poor for long periods today.

Well that's all we've got time for on this Premier League live text. We've back tomorrow with a packed schedule which include the champions hosting the title favourites as Manchester city take on Chelsea. But until then, goodbye.

Full time: West Ham United 3-1 Liverpool

19:22: Game, set and match at Upton Park as Morgan Amalfitano marks his home debut for West Ham with his first goal. Noble picks up a loose Liverpool header and feeds Amalfitano who pokes home ahead of Skrtel to give the home side the points.

Goal: West Ham United 3-1 Liverpool (Morgan Amalfitano)

19:19: Martin Skrtel takes aim from 30 yards and the ball drifts wide. Liverpool lacking any sort of creativity and a performance such as this following a Champions League game does not bode well for the remainder of the campaign.

19:14: Problem for West Ham. Kouyate has a groin strain and with Sam Allardyce having made all three of his subtitutions the midfielder is forced to remain out there. At what cost to his team who knows. Inside the last 10 minutes.

19:09: Rickie Lambert on for Fabio Borini, who has been poor as Liverpool push for an equaliser in these final 15 minutes. Adrian has rarely been tested in this second half.

19:04: A second half in stark contrast to the first, with chancess few and far between and so far Liverpool being kept at bay. Lallana has not been able to impose himself on the game, while the visitors have been restricted to efforts from range from Mario Balotelli. West Ham giving as good as they've got but are fading somewhat as an attacking force.

18:37: Adam Lallana replaces Lucas Leiva for Liverpool in the only change at half time and we're back under way at Upton Park.

18:28: Entertaining first half at Upton with three goals and plenty to discuss. Winston Reid and Diafra Sakho has West Ham two-up but Raheem Sterling's half-volleyn has Liverpool competitive if not struggling to discover their best form.

Half time: West Ham United 2-1 Liverpool

18:13: Pretty rediculous, not to mention dangerous that Lovren is continuing here. As he re-adapt to the pace of the game, Valencia tests Mignolet at his near post with a smart shot.

18:11: Horrible incident as Dejan Lovren and Mamadou Sakho have a clash of heads, with the former coming off the worse as he lies motionless in the Liverpool half. Lovren recieves several minutes of treatment before the defender is led from the pitch. New Premier League regulations regarding head injuries mean he must spend at least three minutes off the field before returning, if at all. Club have to be careful here.

17:59: Game on at Upton Park as Liverpool half the deficit. Mario Balotelli keeps control after his shot is blocked and he lays the ball off to Raheem Sterling who lashes the ball into the corner. Fine goal and Brendan Rodgers' side are right back in it.

Goal: West Ham United 2-1 Liverpool (Raheem Sterling)

17:44: Aaron Cresswell shoots goalwards and though the ball looks like going wide, Mignolet makes a fine save to turn the ball behind. Fast start from the hosts and Liverpool look shell-shocked.

17:40: The Hammers double their lead and we haven't played seven minutes left. West Ham work it nicely to the right and Sakho's cross-shot floats over Simon Mignolet and although Enner Valencia is striving to get a head on the ball, the ball goes straight in. If he meant it, it's a superb finish. Brendan Rodgers is fuming.

Goal: West Ham United 2-0 Liverpool (Diafra Sakho)

17:34: Just 76 seconds on the clock as West Ham storm into the lead. Stewart Downing's free-kick is beyond every and findsd James Tomkins who heads unopposed across the face of goal where Winston Reid beats Jordan Henderson to the ball and nods home. Liverpool left horribly exposed from a set piece again.

Goal: West Ham United 1-0 Liverpool (Winston Reid)

17:30: Under way at Upton Park.

17:29: Right both teams are out at Upton Park and we're ready to go as West Ham host Liverpool.

17:13: Quick look at the two teams ahead of our final game of the day. West Ham make just one change from the draw with Hull City, with Alex Song handed a first start in midfield. For Liverpool, Fabio Borini's redemption at Anfield is complete as the Italian starts in attack alongside Mario Balotelli in one of four changes from the loss to Aston Villa. Raheem Sterling is among the players to return.

17:06: Teams:

West Ham United: Adrian, Reid, Cresswell, Tomkins, Kouyate, Downing, Sakho, Noble (c), Demel, Song, Valencia

Liverpool: Mignolet, Manquillo, Moreno, Lovren, Skrtel, Gerrard, Henderson, Lucas, Sterling, Borini, Balotelli.

16:58: Newcastle stage a superb comeback from two down to grab a potentially job-saving point for Alan Pardew against Hull City. Meanwhile, Arsenal coasted to victory over Aston Villa, Southampton edged past 10-man Swansea City and Burnley were held by Sunderland.

Well that brings our coverage of our 3pm games to an end but there is more where that came from in our teatime kick-off from Upton Park where West Ham United host Liverpool. Team news on the way.

Full time: Swansea City 0-1 Southampton

Full time: Burnley 0-0 Sunderland

Full time: Newcastle United 2-2 Hull City

Full time: Aston Villa 0-3 Arsenal

16:50: Five added minutes at St James' Park. Can either side find a late winner?

16:45: Less than four minutes left and Newcastle are level. A deep cross is headed across goal by Gouffran and Cisse converts from all of three yards. Can they get a winner?

Goal: Newcastle United 2-2 Hull City (Papiss Cisse)

Goal: Swansea City 0-1 Southampton (Victor Wanyama)

16:37: Fabricio Coloccini's volley from outside the box is deflected wide as Newcastle pile on the pressure. Set for a grand stand finish at St James' Park.

16:32: A lifeline for Alan Pardew? Papiss Cisse has just replaced Riviere and has capped his comeback from injury with a goal, beating Allan McGregor at his near post. Game on.

Goal: Newcastle United 1-2 Hull City (Papiss Cisse)

16:28: Two stunning Hull goals leave Alan Pardew on the brink at Newcastle. Mohamed Diame slams home his second Hull goal in a week to double the Tigers' advantage and leads to a heap of boos fro the home faithful. Much to consider for Mike Ashley.

Goal: Newcastle United 0-2 Hull City (Mohamed Diame)

16:20: How are Hull not two up? Tom Huddlestone's free-kick is only half blocked by a the Newcastle wall and the ball breaks the way of Stephen Quinn, who somehow turns the ball wide.

16:13: Allan McGregor keeps Newcastle at bay as Remy Cabella is denied from close range after Mike Williamson's cross. Time running out for Alan Pardew it seems.

16:08: The gloom continues at Newcastle as Hull take a stunning lead at St James' Park. A cross from the right finds Jelavic who smashes home with a scissor volley from 12 yards. Fantastic finish and you won't find a better goal today. Terrific finish.

Goal: Newcastle United 0-1 Hull City (Nikica Jelavic)

16:05: Under way in the second half in our four 3pm games.

15:54: Half time in our four 3pm kick-offs and it doesn't take a rocked-scientist to see where the headlines are. Arsenal score three goals in less than four minutes to all-but defeat an Aston Villa side who have suffered something of an illness in their squad on the eve of this game. Elsewhere, it is goalless at the Liberty Stadium but Swansea City are down to ten men after Wilfried Bony was dismissed in the first half against Southampton. Newcastle fans' protests against Alan Pardew have been few and far between in the goalless first half against Hull, while Burnley are being held by Sunderland at Turf Moor.

15:43: Wilfried Bony claimed in the week he was fully concentrated on the new season after being linked with a move away from Swansea, but his campaign really hasn't got going and he goes from bad to worse as he is dismissed at the Liberty Stadium for a second yellow card after a tackle on Maya Yoshida. Brainless.

Red card: Wilfried Bony (Swansea City)

15:40: Three goals in four minutes for Arsenal, who have overwhelmed Aston Villa. All is well in the world of Mesut Ozil after his first goal and assist of the season. He nets his first away goal for the Gunners as Welbeck slides him through, before the German World Cup winner repays the compliment with a fine cross which sees Welbeck tap home for his first Arsenal goal. A third comes as Kieron Gibbs' driven cross is turned into his own net by Aly Cissokho. Amazing period of play and Arsenal have blown away the cobwebs from their mid-week defeat to Dortmund.

Goal: Aston Villa 0-3 Arsenal (Aly Cissokho own goal)

Goal: Aston Villa 0-2 Arsenal (Danny Welbeck)

Goal: Aston Villa 0-1 Arsenal (Mesut Ozil)

15:25: Chance for Arsenal at Villa Park. A corner is only half cleared as far as Aaron Ramsey who slams wide from the edge of the box. Now Villa should be ahead, as a free-kick swung in deep towards the back post finds Ciaren Clark all alone but Szczesny makes a superb save.

15:21: Early indications at St James' Park are that stewards are confiscating banners and posters from supporters who are protesting against the tenure of Alan Pardew as manager. Coupled with reports that Mike Ashley will back Pardew even if Newcastle lose today, that is a big vote of confidence for the Toon boss.

15:17: The pressure on Alan Pardew almost swelled as Hull have an early goal chalked off at St James' Park. Elmohamedy's cross is a deep one and Jelavic rises highest to nod past Tim Krul but the ball had already gone out. Let off for The Toon.

15:00: Teams:

Aston Villa XI: Guzan, Senderos, Hutton, Clark, Cissokho, Delph, Westwood, Cleverley, Richardson, Weimann, Agbonlahor.

Arsenal XI: Szczesny, Chambers, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Gibbs, Arteta, Ramsey, Cazorla, Ozil, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Welbeck.

Burnley: Heaton; Trippier, Shackell, Duff, Mee, Arfield, Jones, Marney, Boyd, Sordell, Jutkiewicz.

Sunderland: Mannone, Vergini, Van Aanholt, Brown, O'Shea, Cattermole, Larsson, Rodwell, Johnson, Giaccherini, Wickham.

Newcastle United: Krul; Janmaat, Coloccini, Williamson, Dummett; Tiote, Colback; Cabella, Sissoko, Gouffran; Riviere.

Hull City: McGregor, Davies, Huddlestone, Hernandez, Livermore, Diame, Jelavic, Dawson, Robertson, Elmohamady, Quinn.

Swansea City: Fabianski, Rangel, Fernandez, Williams, Taylor, Ki, Shelvey, Sigurdsson, Dyer, Routledge, Bony.

Southampton: Forster, Clyne, Yoshida, Fonte, Bertrand, Schneiderlin, Cork, Ward-Prowse, Tadic, Long, Pelle.

14:48: One down but we still have five more games to go, four of which start in just 15 minutes time. Our focus will be on Newcastle v Hull, who Alan Pardew's future continues to be screwtinised, and Aston Villa against Arsenal where Arsene Wenger's men look to bounce back after defeat to Borussia Dortmund. Team news from all those four games on the way.

14:39: A fine way to start the afternoon as QPR draw with Stoke after a four-goal stalemate at Loftus road. Mame Biram Diouf and Peter Crouch twice had Stoke ahead but goals of contrasting quality first from Steven Caulker and then from Niko Kranjcar's stunning free-kick salvaged a point for the hosts. Mark Hughes can only gather a point on his return to QPR, and in summising this one he will be bitterly disappointed.

Full time: Queens Park Rangers 2-2 Stoke City

14:33: Outstanding goal sees QPR level with less than two minutes left. Stoke concede a needless free-kick 25 yards from goal and Kranjcar, who for me as been the best player on the pitch today, curls the ball up and over the wall and beyond Begovic. A goal worthy of any game in the world.

Goal: Queens Park Rangers 2-2 Stoke City (Niko Kranjcar)

14:25: The Hoops are huffing and puffing but are yet to really get a sighter of the Stoke goal in this second half. Very stop start kind of game as we approach the last five minutes. Hughes looks like making a winning return to Loftus Road.

13:58: Stoke should be out of sight with two chances in as many minutes. First Erik Pieters shoots weakly when he gets away down the left and now Nzonzi shoots wide from Adam's pull back. Can QPR react?

13:56: Stoke back in front at Loftus Road less than six minutes after half time. Victor Moses is again given too much space and time to cross and Crouch takes a swing with his left foot and hammers the ball past Green. Crouch comes back to haunt former manager Harry Redknapp, who remember failed to sign him in the summer.

Goal: Queens Park Rangers 1-2 Stoke City (Peter Crouch)

13:52: QPR lost Joey Barton in the first half and now Jordon Mutch's afternoon ends prematurely. Karl Henry on for the hosts.

13:47: Players are out and we're under way in the second half. No changes at the break.

13:34: Strange first half at Loftus Road. QPR have been poor for long periods but they're level at the break. Mame Biram Diouf headed home early on but Steve Caulker benefitted from some poor Stoke marking and a lack of communication to level. Mark Hughes' men have dominated for long periods but it's a stalemate at half time.

Half time: Queens Park Rangers 1-1 Stoke City

13:30: A goal from absolutly nothing and Mark Hughes will be livid. A corner fromthe left goes over Begovic and Caulker heads goalwards and with three Stoke defenders lining up to clear off the line, Crouch slices the ball into the back of his own net.

Goal: Queens Park Rangers 1-1 Stoke City (Steven Caulker)

13:07: Victor Moses goes close for Stoke as Rob Green makes a tidy save but Stoke should really be two up when they break from a QPR corner but Diouf over-runs the ball and the chance is gone. Had several players over there did the visitors.

12:59: Unable to link up successfully a few minutes ago, Stoke's strike pair get it right with only 11 minutes on the clock. Victor Moses gets some space and his cross finds Crouch and nods down and Diouf reacts first, powering a header home from four yards. Perfect start for the visitors as Rangers concede their 10th goal of the season.

Goal: Queens Park Rangers 0-1 Stoke City (Mame Biram Diouf)

12:55: Not a bad start at Loftus Road. Eduardo Vargas tests Asmir Begovic in the opening minute with a snap shot. Stoke, as expected, operating on the break mainly and Crouch and Diouf link up smartly, but the former's cross balloons over the bar.

12:46: Players are out and we're under way at Loftus Road.

12:38: All eyes on Peter Crouch at the top of the Stoke attack. Harry Redknapp, who had the England international during spells at Southampton, Portsmouth and Tottenham Hotspur, has made no secret of his desire to sign Crouch again after missing out on a host of forwards in the summer transfer window. Will Crouch make Redknapp pay for not acting sooner? Kick-off less than 10 minutes away.

12:27: So what can we expect from the lunchtime kick-off? QPR have endured a horrid start to the season, with three defeats in their four games however they did beat Sunderland via Charlie Austin's first Premier League goal. Though owner Tony Fernandes is publically backing Harry Redknapp, there is a growing train of thought that the Rangers boss may not be the man to deliver survival this season. Meanwhile, Mark Hughes returns to Loftus Road in anticipation of an uncertain reaction from the home fans yet brings with him a Stoke team who have already shocked the champions Manchester City on the road. The Potters' home form is yet to ignite, but they possess all the components required to produce another away win this afternoon.

12:12: Quick look at both teams as we edge closer to kick-off in our first game of the day. QPR make four changes from the thrashing at Manchester United, with Eduardo Vargas and Joey Barton coming in, with Clint Hill and Sandro dropping out. Stoke only make two alterations from the loss to Leicester City, with Bojan and Jon Walters replaced by Charlie Adam and Mame Biram Diouf.

12:08: Teams:

Queens Park Rangers: Green, Isla, Caulker, Ferdinand, Traore, Barton, Mutch, Fer, Kranjcar, Vargas, Austin

Stoke City: Begovic, Bardsley, Shawcross, Wilson, Pieters, Whelan, Nzonzi, Diouf, Adam, Moses, Crouch

12:00: Following an uncertain start to Premier League's European campaign, we return to domestic matters once again with plenty at stake in our six games today. Second place Aston Villa host the heavily under fire Arsenal, while a fan protest is expected to accompany Newcastle's game with Hull as Alan Pardew fights for his job. The late game sees one of the more entertaining clashes in recent Premier League history, with Liverpool travelling to West Ham United. However, we start with Queens Park Rangers winless and clueless this season against a Stoke side whose football has improved measurably this season, even if the results are yet to follow. Team news on the way from Loftus Road.