Full time: Manchester United 0-3 Liverpool

Full time: Tottenham Hotspur 0-1 Arsenal

Tomas Rosicky

17:56: Arsenal keep pace in the title race with a win which tested their resilience at Tottenham. Tomas Rosicky's goal came after 72 seconds an that was enough to keep a Spurs side who offered little, at bay.

That's all we've got time for on this Sunday evening. It's been another terrific sporting weekend. We're back with coverage of Chelsea and Manchester United's hopes in the Champions League in midweek but until then goodbye.

Full time: Tottenham Hotspur 0-1 Arsenal

17:48: Four added minutes for Tottenham to find a goal from somewhere.

17:47: Spurs keep pressing for the equaliser. Townsend's cross is palmed away by Szczesny and Bentaleb's follow-up effort is blocked. Now Adebayor curls one goalwards which the Arsenal 'keeper saves well.

17:37: Chance for Arsenal to double their lead and secure the points. Tottenham don't clear a free-kick and Mertesacker's volley is saved by Lloris diving to his right.

17:33: Entering the last 15 minutes and Tottenham's threat remains even if Arsenal continue to hold firm at the back.

17:23: Plenty of effort from both sides but there is a real shortage of quality. Adebayor has perhaps Spurs' best attempt on goal so far but only heads wide.

17:10: End-to-end stuff at White Hart Lane. After Chamberlain can't gather Rosicky's pass Tottenham launch an attack of their own and but no-one can turn in Townsend's cross.

17:07: Spurs should really be level inside the first two minutes of the second half. After Szczesny spills a long ball forward at Chadli's feet, the Belgian is presented with a open net after the Pole makes another handling error but a combination of Koscielny and Mertesacker clear the ball off the line.

17:03: Players are out and we're ready for the second half at White Hart Lane.

16:50: Tomas Rosicky's wonder strike gives Arsenal a half-time lead at White Hart Lane over a much-improved Tottenham. Plenty of possession much not much threat from Spurs but an encouraging performance nonetheless.

Half time: Tottenham Hotspur 0-1 Arsenal

16:35: Chadli hauls Rosicky back as Arsenal launch a counter-attack. Tottenham have been decent for much of this game but haven't carved out a meaningful chance as yet with Adebayor's flicked effort the closest they've come.

16:19: How are Arsenal not two ahead? Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain gets away from Bentaleb and is suddenly clean through on goal. Giroud is up with him but instead of shooting goalwards or passing to his team-mate, Oxlade-Chamberlain clips the ball wide of goal. Strange end to another worrying passage of play for Spurs, whose manager Tim Sherwood is fuming.

16:05: Good god. Just 72 seconds in and Arsenal hit the front with one of the goals of the season. Tottenham lose the ball in their own half and the Gunners break. Rosicky plays in alex Oxlade-Chamberlain but when the ball breaks back to the Czech international he thunders the ball into the top corner from inside the penalty area. What a way to makr his new contract with the club.

Goal: Tottenham Hotspur 0-1 Arsenal (Tomas Rosicky)

16:02: Under way at White Hart Lane.

15:58: Teams in the tunnel at the Lane. Lovely day in north London, conditions fitting of the enormity of the contest.

15:50: Teams

Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal

Tottenham Hotspur: Lloris; Naughton, Kaboul, Vertonghen, Rose; Sandro; Townsend, Bentaleb, Eriksen, Chadli; Adebayor

Arsenal: Szczesny, Sagna, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Gibbs; Arteta, Oxlade-Chamberlain; Rosicky, Cazorla, Podolski; Giroud

15:40: So from one stand out Premier League fixture to another. Arsenal's turn to show their title credentials comes against bitter rivals Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane. Spurs are having a tough time of it and lost 3-1 to Benfica to all but end their Europa League challenge in midweek. Arsenal have stuttered of late and suffered their own dose of European pain at the hands of Bayern Munich. Tottenham still have designs on the top four, while Arsenal must react to wins for Manchester City and Liverpool. Huge game this and team news is on the way.

15:28: You won't have seen a more routine away win at Old Trafford in the Premier League era. Liverpool go within four points of leaders Chelsea with a game in hand after humbling Manchester United. Two Steven Gerrard penalties either side of the break did the damage and though the England captain missed a third spot kick Suarez tucked home a third late on as Liverpool's title bid continues. United were abject for long periods and ahead of the visit of Olympiakos in the Champions League this result is further food for thought for manager David Moyes.

Full time: Manchester United 0-3 Liverpool

15:22: Four added minutes at Old Trafford.

15:20: It's hard to place this Manchester United performance such has been the impressive nature of Liverpool's showing, who are showing genuine intent on winning the Premier League title this season.

15:18: Liverpool get their third goal to round off this comprehensive win. Sturridge comes inside but when his shot only fall the way of Suarez the Uruguyan reacts immediately and side-foots past De Gea.

Goal: Manchester United 0-3 Liverpool (Luis Suarez)

15:14: They might be down to 10 but United fashion their best chance of the game. Rooney clips the beautiful pass over the top to Van Persie but his effort is miss-timed. Now Suarez goes through a the other end, but De Gea produces a stunning save to keep him out.

15:11: Daniel Sturridge seduces a lunge from Nemanja Vidic and referee Clattenburg points to the spot for a third time. Vidic is given a second booking and is sent off for the fourth time against Liverpool despite replays suggesting Sturridge dived in the build-up. Gerrard steps up to complete his hat-trick, but can only hit the post. Liverpool put the game out of sight but United are down to ten.

Steven Gerrard misses penalty

Red card: Nemanja Vidic (Manchester United)

Penalty to Liverpool

15:07: Best chance of the second half for United. Rooney passes Glen Johnson with ease and crosses for Van Persie but the Dutchman can't guide his header on target.

15:05: Steven Gerrard almost has a hat-trick at Old Trafford. United back off on the edge of their own box and the Liverpool skipper takes aim but his effort deflects off Phil Jones and behind. Changes coming for the hosts, with Danny Welbeck and Tom Cleverley coming on.

15:03: Rafael escaped sanction in the first half after handballing in the penalty area and now he goes unpunished after a foul on the far touchline. Walking a tightrope is the United full-back. Coutinho replaces Sterling.

14:58: Half chance for United but their best of the second half. Mata's effort is blocked only as far as Fellaini who blasts the ball over the bar. Poor effort from the Belgian.

14:53: The home side look hopelessly devoid of ideas as their afternoon is summed up as Rooney is dispossesed by Henderson on the edge of the Liverpool box. The Reds look very comfortable.

14:46: It's hard to see a way back into this game for United the way things are going but Wayne Rooney is adament he should hve penalty when felled by Martin Skrtel. Clattenburg waves away the appeals.

14:39: United are made to pay the penalty yet again. Henderson's flicked pass is into the path of Joe Allen, who gets there before Phil Jones before he bundles the Welshman to the floor. Mark Clattenburg has no choice but to award a second spot kick, and Gerrard repeats the trick and puts the ball in the corner of the net. Liverpool in the box seat.

Goal: Manchester United 0-2 Liverpool (Steven Gerrard)

Penalty to Liverpool

14:36: Players are out for the second and we're under way at Old Trafford.

Half time: Manchester United 0-1 Liverpool

First real chance for United. Rafael is found by Januzaj's toe-poked pass and crosses for Rooney, who first effort is beaten away by Simon Mignolet before Skrtel gets a block in on the second.

14:13: Mark Clattenburg has no option but to point to the penalty spot when Rafael handles from Suarez attempt to come inside, and the Brazilian, booked earlier, is fortunate not to be sent off. Steven Gerrard is over the ball, and he plants the ball in the corner to give Liverpool a deserved lead.

Goal: Manchester United 0-1 Liverpool (Steven Gerrard)

Penalty to Liverpool

14:00: After a fast-paced and frenetic start this game has calmed down somewhat. United are having far more possession without posing a genuine threat while Liverpool are struggling to add a cutting edge to their neat build-up play. Joe Allen has a shot inside the area but De Gea makes a simple save.

13:44: Liverpool continue to press and their pace of the front-line is proving too much for Vidic and Jones. This time it's Sterling who is too hot to handle but his cross can't find Sturridge and United survive. We've seen almost nothing from United as an attacing force.

13:41: Another half chance for Liverpool as Glen Johnson cuts inside but his shot from 25 yards is deflected and De Gea makes an easy save.

13:39: Lazy bit of passing from United alows Flanagan to feed Suarez, who ghosts in behind Marouane Fellaini, before he twists and turns around Phil Jones before the England defender concedes a corner.

13:35: First chances goes to Liverpool. Gerrard plays through Sturridge who escapes Phil Jones but can't rap his right foot around the ball and the ball goes harmlessly wide.

13:32: Under way at Old Trafford.

13:30: Teams are out at Old Trafford. Not a glorious day in the north west like in other parts of the country but clear nonetheless. Kick-off on the way.

13:17: Both managers going with very attacking line-ups this afternoon for this crunch game at Old Trafford. United begin with the quartet who many believe can inspire their new era, with Wayne Rooney, Juan Mata, Adnan Januzaj and Robin van Persie all starting.

For Liverpool, the Premier legue's top scorers, Raheem Sterling, Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge all start, while John Flanagan is at left-back. Kick off fast approaching.

13:13: Teams:

Manchester United v Liverpool

Manchester United: De Gea; Rafael, Jones, Vidic, Evra; Mata, Fellaini, Carrick, Januzaj; Rooney, Van Persie

Liverpool: Mignolet, Johnson, Skrtel, Agger, Flanagan, Gerrard, Allen, Henderson, Sterling, Suarez, Sturridge

13:10: Two of the biggest games of any Premier League season together as one of a superest of Sundays. First, Liverpool travel to Manchester United looking to enhance their title bid and cement their accendency of the current league champions at Old Trafford. The late kick-off sees Tottenham Hotspur host an Arsenal side hoping to close the gap to Chelsea at the top and give their north London a bloody nose in the process. Team news on the way from the Theatre of Dreams....