- Burnley 0-0 Manchester United FT
- Manchester City 0-1 Stoke FT
- Newcastle 3-3 Crystal Palace FT
- QPR 1-0 Sunderland FT
- Swansea 3-0 West Brom FT
- West Ham 1-3 Southampton FT
- Everton 3-6 Chelsea FT
7:24pm: And that's a wrap. What a match to end the day with! Everton were in it until the final minutes, and when Chelsea score 6 in a game you don't expect the competition to be close. Thanks for joining us today, we'll be back tomorrow to cover the Sunday Premier League action.
7:21pm: Into injury time now and it looks like Chelsea will get the points. Both defensive line-ups will likely get a talking to after that final whistle.
7:19pm: GOAL! Diego Costa gets a brace and Chelsea are now double Everton's score.
7:17pm: Now it's all feeling a little bit boring, where are the minute by minute goals?! Mourinho looks set to bring on Didier Drogba, maybe he'll get one on the board too.
7:10pm: And Everton come close to making it 4-5, with Mirallas hitting the post! Crazy scenes at Goodison Park right now.
7:06: GOAL! Ramires takes Chelsea to 5-3!! No this is not hockey... and that's five goals in 10 minutes and 34 seconds. Nemanja Matic leads Chelsea's attack and Ramires is able to convert and get past Tim Howard.
7:04pm: GOAL! Samuel Eto'o scores against his former club to keep the Toffees in it - I can't keep up!! That's his first touch for Everton and he makes it count, heading in Leighton Baines' pass.
7:02pm: GOAL! What a game! Nemanja Matic gives Chelsea an extra advantage once more from outside the box. Did the defenders go home or something??
7:00pm: Samuel Eto'o is now on in place of Aiden McGeady.
6:58pm: GOAL! And Everton are back in it again! Steven Naismith takes a brilliant pass from Aiden McGeady to sneak it behind the keeper.
6:57pm: GOAL! Eden Hazard puts Chelsea well and truly in the driving seat, though his shot is deflected off Seamus Coleman. Game over now?
6:56pm: Everton are keeping up with Chelsea at the moment and still have the upperhand in possession. Lukaku looks desperate to show his former manager what he can do but again his shot is over the bar.
6:47pm: Diego Costa sees yellow after reacting to a collision with Seamus Coleman.
6:44pm: It's like Cesc Fabregas and Diego Costa have been playing together for a lot longer than three games. The pair combine and Chelsea come very close to being 3-1 but Tim Howard is on hand to save the ball with - his leg...
6:38pm: Romelu Lukaku gets into the swing of things straight away but he's way off target with his shot. The striker has a lot to prove to Jose Mourinho and today would be his chance to make a start.
6:34pm: And we're off again! No changes to Chelsea or Everton - will the second half be as exciting as the first?
6:18pm: And that's a wrap on the first half.
6:16pm: GOAL! Everton break Chelsea's dominance and halve their deficit thanks to Kevin Mirallas' head! The Toffees man heads in a goal from close range after some superb passing gets through Chelsea's normally flawless defence.
6:15pm: Diego Costa just keeps coming for Chelsea, and has a shot that's flagged offside though it maybe shouldn't have been. It hits the post anyway, but he looks like he could add to his three goals by the end of the game at this rate.
6:10pm: Not much in the way of dangerous chances at the moment, and Everton fans will be disappointed with the performance of Romelu Lukaku so far, who has only had one shot on goal.
6:03pm: The Toffees are continuing to look second best compared to Chelsea, with Cesc Fabregas running rampant at the moment.
5:57pm: Everton have the majority of the possession right now and look to have recovered from their horror start. They've also had six shots on goal compared to Chelsea's three - but the Blues have made theirs count.
5:47pm: So close for Everton as Romelu Lukaku takes a shot and Sylvain Distin is successful with the rebound but it doesn't count as he was offside.
5:45pm: A little bit naughty by Tim Howard handling the box outside the area, but the ref doesn't notice and Chelsea's pleas for a free are ignored.
5:40pm: Chelsea are at the height of confidence at the moment and no wonder - their fans look like they're in seventh heaven while Everton supporters watch in shock.
5:33pm: GOAL! Chelsea double their lead in the first three minutes thanks to Branislav Ivanovic, though a slightly controversial one over whether he was offside. Two attacks from Chelsea, two goals. Can Everton respond?
5:33pm: What a brilliant start for Chelsea, with Cesc Fabregas getting his fourth assist of the season and Costa getting his third goal. Some brilliant summer signings have been made by Mourinho and right now they look unstoppable.
5:31pm: GOAL! That was quick - Diego Costa puts Chelsea ahead within the first 35 seconds.
5:30pm: And we're off!
5:25pm: Minutes until kick off between Everton and Chelsea, with both sides hoping for maximum points to solidify their Champions League and title pushes respectively. The Toffees will be disappointed to have drawn with Arsenal last week but can they recover and get one over Jose Mourinho's men?
4:46pm: And that's a wrap! Newcastle and Crystal Palace draw in an excitement filled 3-3 fixture, while Stoke shock City in Manchester to win 1-0. Swansea continue their top-class home record against West Brom while Southampton pull a winner against West Hame. And QPR, despite losing Loic Remy at the last minute, have their keeper to thank for saving them three points at the last minute.
Stay tuned for coverage of Everton v Chelsea.
4:55pm: Full time is ringing around everywhere, only Newcastle and Crystal Palace still playing...
4:52pm: GOAL! Crystal Palace found the last minute equaliser after all! Wilfried Zaha has had a brilliant game for the side he reutrned to this season, and the winger scores to save the side a point. Surely there's no more goals in this?!
4:48pm: Controversy at the Etihad with Yaya Toure being booked for diving. He looked to have exaggerated the damage done by Erik Pieters but it also looked like a clear penalty.
4:47pm: GOAL! Newcastle are up and St James' Park is rocking! Michael Williamson puts them ahead in the final minutes - can they hold on though?
4:40pm: GOAL! Graziano Pelle puts Southampton in control against West Ham with a successful shot from the centre of the box.
4:39pm: The team line-ups are in for Everton and Chelsea:
Everton starting XI: Howard, Baines, Distin, Jagielka, Coleman, Barry, McCarthy, McGeady, Naismith, Mirallas, Lukaku. Subs: Joel, Gibson, Besic, Osman, Stones, Alcaraz, Eto'o.
Chelsea starting XI: Courtois, Azpilicueta, Terry, Cahill, Ivanovic, Matic, Fabregas, Ramires, Willian, Hazard, Costa. Subs: Cech, Luis, Zouma, Drogba, Mikel, Schurrle, Salah
4:32pm: GOAL! Newcastle have equalised with Rolando Aarons getting a header into the back of the net from close range.
4:27pm: GOAL! Swansea are dominating West Brom and it's showing on the scoreline, with the side getting their third thanks to Nathan Dyer.
4:25pm: GOAL! Southampton are ahead and West Ham fans have been silenced as Morgan Schneiderlin scores from a badly defended set piece. Sam Allardyce won't be happy with that one.
4:17pm: GOAL! Stoke get one up on Manchester City and shock the hosts with Mame Biram Diouf getting on the scoresheet. Part mistake by Joe Hart, Diouf deserves all the credit for beating down two defenders and making that goal happen from nothing.
4:05pm: GOAL! Crystal Palace are back in front thanks to Jason Puncheon.
4:00pm: And we're back! Stoke replace Jon Walters with Peter Odemwingie in the hopes of finding more creativity.
3:49pm: Half time is ringing around England now and while Swansea and QPR are ahead, Manchester City and Stoke have failed to score and West Ham, Southampton, Newcastle and Crystal Palace have one apiece.
3:47pm: GOAL! QPR strike against Sunderland with Charlie Austin is on target from close range. Who needs Loic Remy?
3:45pm: GOAL! Southampton's Morgan Schneiderlin levels the scores with West Ham and give their fans something to sing about.
3:42pm: Over at Manchester City Stoke are bringing a tough game to the hosts with both sides having just one shot on target so far.
3:37: GOAL! Newcastle equalise with Crystal Palace, cancelling out their early goal as Daryl Janmaat fires a shot from the centre of the box.
3:26pm: GOAL! Mark Nobel makes the scoreline against Southampton 1-0 in West Ham's favour.
3:24pm: GOAL! Swansea double their lead and assert their dominance over West Brom thanks to Wayne Routledge.
3:11pm: Two early goals in the 15:00 kick offs and the transfer news hasn't stopped despite the action. Alex Song has been confirmed as a West Ham player, while Loic Remy was in the QPR team until Chelsea triggered his release clause today, with Harry Redknapp admitting he's likely to move.
3:03pm: GOAL! Swansea get one up over West Brom as Nathan Dyer beats the keeper to the net.
3:01pm: GOAL! Crystal Palace are already up 1-0 over Newcastle thanks to Dwight Gayle, who scored within a minute of kick-off after Marouane Chamakh hit the post.
3:00pm: And we're off!
2:58pm: Just minutes until kick-off, will we finally see some goals today? With five games at the same time, hopefully so!
2:38pm: And that's a wrap! United and Burnley finish without a goal and while Louis van Gaal's men looked an improved attacking side there is still much work to do on their defence in the coming 48 hours. We'll be back soon to cover the 15:00 kick offs.
2:32pm: Reid replaces Taylor for Burnley. Can they get their first Premier League win with a last-minute goal?
2:30pm: If players need to understand that diving gives them a bad reputation they should study the case of Ashley Young today. The winger has made two shouts for a penalty, one just now, and had both turned down. There's just minutes left and United have struggled to find the target today, with just two going towards the net.
2:29pm: According to BBC Sport,
Manchester United may be on the brink of not winning any of their first three league matches of the season for the first time since 2007, but it's worth remembering that they ended up winning the Premier League and the Champions League that season...
Would it be possible to do the same this season? That could depend on what business goes on before the end of Monday...
2:24pm: Team news for Newcastle v Crystal Palace is as follows:
Newcastle starting XI: Krul, Janmaat, Coloccini, Williamson, Haidara, Colback, Sissoko, Cabella, De Jong, Gouffran, Riviere.
Crystal Palace starting XI: Speroni, Mariappa, Dann, Delaney, Kelly, Puncheon, Jedinak, Ward, Bolasie, Chamakh, Gayle.
2:20pm: Marney is booked for tripping Welbeck, and Wayne Rooney takes a shot but it's wide to the left. Both sides are working hard but there's been no dangeorus chances recently, with Rooney's looking the best so far. Coming into the final 10...
2:15pm: Danny Welbeck is coming on in place of Robin van Persie as United desperately search for a winner.
2:14pm: Team news for QPR v Sunderland is as follows:
QPR starting XI: Green, Caulker, Ferdinand, Hill, Phillips, Barton, Austin, Fer, Isla, Mutch, Hoilett.
Sunderland starting XI: Mannone, Vergini, Van Aanholt, Brown, O'Shea, Cattermole, Larsson, Rodwell, Fletcher, Wickham, Johnson.
And for Swansea v West Brom:
Swansea starting XI: Fabianski, Rangel, Amat, Williams, Taylor, Ki, Shelvey, Dyer, Sigurdsson, Routledge, Bony.
West Brom starting XI: Foster, Wisdom, Dawson, Olsson, Davidson, Gardner, Mulumbu, Berahino, Dorrans, Brunt, Ideye.
2:13pm: Burnley haven't been as on-song with their shooting in the second half but they still boast a stat of 8 shots to 4 for United. It's going to be a long way back for this side that were once fighting for titles.
2:07pm: While United continue to pass the ball into Burnley's defenders, here's some team news on Manchester City and Stoke:
City starting XI: Hart, Sagna, Kolarov, Kompany, Demichelis, Fernando, Nasri, Yaya Toure, Silva, Jovetic, Aguero
Stoke starting XI: Begovic; Bardsley, Shawcross, Wilson, Pieters; Whelan, Nzonzi; Diouf, Walters, Moses; Crouch
And for West Ham v Southampton:
West Ham starting XI: Adrian, O'Brien, Cresswell, Reid, Tomkins, Kouyate, Noble, Vaz Te, Downing, Zarate, Cole.
Southampton starting XI: Forster, Clyne, Fonte, Yoshida, Bertrand, Schneiderlin, S. Davis, Ward-Prowse, Tadic, Long, Pelle.
1:58pm: Di Maria has looked the goods for United today and he has their second shot on goal, but it's blocked by some top quality defending from Burnley.
1:51pm: Neither side has had a decent chance as yet with United dominanting possession.
1:46pm: And we're back! Can United pick up their game at the back? Can Burnley keep up their goal chance ratio? The next 45 minutes will tell all!
1:31pm: And that's half time. There's no score as yet but it's been exciting to watch with Burnley looking dangerous against van Gaal's side.
1:28pm: According to OptaJoe,
0 - Robin van Persie has failed to hit any sort of shot in each of his last two PL appearances. Splutter.
Not great for the striker who many credited with making United's last title win possible.
1:22pm: Darren Fletcher is shown yellow and rightfully so after catching Danny Ings.
1:18pm: Scott Arfield has a shot from the right side of the box but it's wide. that's 6 shots to United's 1 on goal now.
1:09pm: Burnley got the upperhand in the beginning but it'll all United now who are increasing their dominance in possession. Their defence is still looking absolutely woeful now as Burnley clock their fourth chance on goal. David De Gea is working harder now than when he first joined the club, that's for sure...
1:01pm: United are looking particularly nervous today, but they are in with a shot on target as Di Maria gets it to Robin van Persie in the centre of the box. It's saved by Heaton and he does a good job of it.
12:55pm: Was it expected that in the first 10 minutes Burnley would have 2 shots on goal to United's zero? No, even after the MK Dons mauling. United's passing is woeful and allows Burnley their second chance of the game but they can't find the target.
12:50pm: Manchester United look on top of things but they come very close to conceding after Dave Jones produces a brilliant set piece. That would have been a horror start for van Gaal!
12:45pm: And we're off!
12:42pm: The players are out and kick-off is approaching! Rooney leads United out while Shakell will captain Burnley today.
12:35pm: With not much time left before the transfer window comes to a close, United are working quickly to seal Daley Blind's signature to beef up their defence. Louis van Gaal has urged fans to be patient after the side were thrashed 4-0 by MK Dons during the week as he attempts to rebuild.
12:30pm: Just 15 minutes until kick off and Burnley will eb keen to capitalise on United's lack of confidence today and notch their first win in the Premier League. The side are currently in the drop zone as they get aquainted with the top flight.
12:22pm: The big news for Manchester United today is that Angel Di Maria will start after his signing was confirmed during the week. He makes part of an attacking line-up alongside Juan Mata, Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney. Meanwhile Tom Cleverley wan't included in United's matchday squad at all, leading to rumours he's set for an exit.
12:18pm: Team news for the first kick off between Burnley and Manchester United are as follows:
Manchester United Starting XI: De Gea, Jones, Evans, Blackett, Valencia, Young, Fletcher, Di Maria, Mata, Rooney, van Persie
Subs: Januzaj, Hernandez, Welbeck, James, M. Keane, Anderson, Amos
Burnley Starting XI: Heaton; Trippier, Duff, Shackell (c), Mee; Arfield, Jones, Marney, Taylor; Ings, Jutkiewicz
Subs: Gilks, Ward, Reid, Long, Wallace, Sordell, Barnes
12:15pm: Good afternoon and welcome to a mammoth day of Premier League action, all conveniently covered for you by IBTimes UK! To kick us off today Burnley are taking on Manchester United, with five games in the afternoon followed by a tough trip by Chelsea to Goodison Park.