Full time: Manchester United 1-2 Swansea City

Full time: Leicester City 2-2 Everton

Full time: Queens Park Rangers 0-1 Hull City

Full time: Stoke City 0-1 Aston Villa

Full time: West Bromwich Albion 2-2 Sunderland

Full time: West Ham United 0-1 Tottenham Hotspur

Full time: Arsenal 2-1 Crystal Palace

Arsenal v Crystal Palace

19:26: Arsenal scrap home with two stoppage time goals from set-pieces enough to see them home. Brede Hangeland put Palace ahead but Laurent Koscielny and Aaron Ramsey netted crucially to give the Gunners the win.

It's been a thrilling opening day in the Premier League. Shall we do it all again tomorrow? We have two more games which feature the top two from last year, Liverpool taking on Southampton and champions Manchester City travel to Newcastle United. Until then, goodbye.

Full time: Arsenal 2-1 Crystal Palace

19:21: Yes they can! From a corner in the first minute of five added on minutes, Palace can't clear and when Speroni keeps out Debuchy's shot, Ramsey tucks home the rebound. Goals at the end of both halfs look like giving Arsenal the points here.

Goal: Arsenal 2-1 Crystal Palace (Aaron Ramsey)

19:18: Puncheon given his marching orders after being given a second booking for a foul on Monreal. can Arsenal take advantage with only stoppage time remaining.

Red card: Jason Puncheon (Crystal Palace)

19:06: Entering the last 15 minutes and it's all Arsenal as the home side go in search of a winning goal. Alexis Sanchez over a free-kick wide on the left but the Chilean over-hits the cross and it goes high and out of play. Not happened for him today on his full debut.

18:58: We've already seen Olivier Giroud replace Yaya Sanogo and now it'sd Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's turn to attempt to turn the tide as he comes on for Jack Wilshere, who has been pretty uninspiring.

18:52: Has Marouane Chamakh got away with one there on his old ground? The Moroccan sticks out an arm in his own penalty area but a penalty is not awarded by referee Jon Moss. Big call.

18:47: Half chance for Palace. Hangeland sparked a break and after a long build-up, Chamakh tees up Puncheon whos miss-hits his effort and Szczesny makes an easy save.

18:41: Kieran Gibbs off and Nacho Monreal on after just seven minutes of this first half. The England full-back runs off the pitch and down the tunnel, but no clear injury.

18:34: Second half under way at the Emirates Stadium. No changes at the break.

18:23: A tale of two set-pieces. Brede Hangeland gets away from Laurent Koscielny to head Palace ahead, before an exact turnaround in the first minute of added on time as Arsenal level. Prety uneventful inbetween, with Arsenal dominating possession. Palace worth a point so far.

Half time: Arsenal 1-1 Crystal Palace

18:18: Palace can't hold on in stoppage time at the end of the first half. Sanchez's free-kick evades everyone and Koscielny steals in and heads Arsenal level. The Frenchman escaped Hangeland for the goal, in direct contrast to the first goal.

Goal: Arsenal 1-1 Crystal Palace (Laurent Koscielny)

18:06: Well, well, well. Crystal Palace break forward for the first time this afternoon and take the lead with their opening effort on goal. A corner from the right is in towards the near post ad Hangeland, on his debut for the Eagles, gets ahead of Laurent Koscielny and heads into the corner.

Goal: Arsenal 0-1 Crystal Palace (Brede Hangeland)

18:00: Finally an effort of menace from Arsenal. Jack Wilshere curls goalwards and Speroni turns it behind.

17:58: A bit like the first game of the day, hardly a thrilling start to this one. Arsenal controlling the game but lacking a genuine goal-threat. Palace happy to sit back even if their own possession has been rare.

17:46: First effort for Alexis Sanchez, who opens his body and curls goalwards but the ball baloons over the bar. Palace comfortable so far, even if they're not seeing much of the ball.

17:37: As you might expect it is all Arsenal in the opening minutes but Julian Speroni is yet to be called into action at the start of this game. Alexis Sanchez immediately involved for the home side.

17:30: Under way at the Emirates.

17:28: Players on their way at the Emirates Stadium. Warm reception from the north London crowd. Could be a good one this.

17:19: So Arsenal keep faith with the same team that started the Community Shield win over Manchester City, with Calum Chambers, Mathieu Debuchy and Alexis Sanchez all starting for the first time in the Premier League for the Gunners.

Palace have three new faces, as well as a different manager in Keith Millen, with Brede Hangeland, Martin Kelly and Frazier Campbell all making their full debuts for the club. Jason Puncheon and Yannick Bolasie spearhead an attack-minded Eagles starting eleven.

17:14: Team news:

Arsenal v Crystal Palace

Arsenal:Szczesny, Debuchy, Chambers, Koscielny, Gibbs, Wilshere, Arteta, Sanchez, Ramsey, Cazorla, Sanogo.

Crystal Palace: Speroni, Kelly, Dann, Hangeland, Ward, Puncheon, Jedinak, Ledley, Bolasie, Chamakh, Campbell.

17:06: Just one game remaining on this opening Saturday of the new Premier League season and it comes from the Emirates Stadium where fortunes coming into their first game couldn't be more contrasting for Arsenal and Crystal Palace. The Gunners ended their nine-year trophy drought last season and after signing Alexis Sanchez Arsene Wenger's men are being considers contenders for the title. For Palace meanwhile, Tony Pulis walked out on the club on Thursday leaving Keith Millen to take charge of a side who barely added a squad which battled against relegation for much of last season. Team news on the way.

16:58: So that's full time in the Premier League 3pm kick-offs and some late drama to accompany some decent entertainment. Newly promoted Leicester City score late to grab a draw against Everton, while West Brom have to settle for a point against Sunderland. QPR and Stoke both suffer home defeats to Hull and Aston Villa respectively while Tottenham leave it late to beat West Ham after both team were reduced to 10-men.

16:51: Surely a winning goal from the most unlikely of sources. Eric Dier, on his Tottenham debut, is player clean through and he rounds Adrian and tucks into an empty net. Amazing scenes.

Goal: West Ham United 0-1 Tottenham Hotspur (Eric Dier)

16:47: Plenty of drama as our 3pm games come to a close. QPR miss the chance to level against Hull as Allan McGregor keeps out Charlie Austin's penalty, but there are two other equalisers. Leicester's Chris Wood nets to peg back Everton while Seb Larsson has stroked home at the Hawthorns against the run of play.

Goal: Leicester City 2-2 Everton (Chris Wood)

Goal: West Bromwich Albion 2-2 Sunderland (Seb Larsson)

Charlie Austin misses penalty

Penalty for Queens Park Rangers

16:42: Will we get a winner at Upton Park? Less than eight minutes left and Harry Kane replaces Emmanuel Adebayor for Spurs. Not been a classic this, can't remember either goalkeeper really having to make a save.

16:38: Enner Valencia coming on for West Ham. With Andy Carroll out until November (at least) the Ecuadorian's former will be critical to the club's first half of the campaign.

16:37: Alan Irvine heading towards a first Premier League win as Saido Berahino, who only got nine goals last season as The Baggies' top scorer, gets his second of the afternoon. Sunderland led but now they need a touch of inspiration to turn this around.

Goal: West Bromwich Albion 2-1 Sunderland (Saido Berahino)

16:22: It's 10 v 10 at Upton Park as James Collins is sent off for West Ham after being given a second yellow card following a foul on Emmanuel Adebayor. Mark Noble's penalty miss made to look all the more crucial.

Red card: James Collins (West Ham United)

16:18: Sunderland think they've back in front but Steven Fletcher, who stabbed home, has been rightly given off-side.

16:16: So two early goals in this second half. Villa have dominated for long periods at the Britannia Stadium and they open the scoring through Andreas Weimann. At Loftus Road, the FA Cup runners-up are head as James Chester heads home from a corner.

Goal: Queens Park Rangers 0-1 Hull City (James Chester)

Goal: Stoke City 0-1 Aston Villa (Andreas Weimann)

16:03: Players are out and second halfs are under way up and down the country in the Premier League.

15:54: Half time in each of the five 3pm kick-offs in the Premier League. Leicester City have their first goal back in the Premier League but Aiden McGeady and Steven Naismith have Everton ahead at the Kind Power Stadium. The other Premier League with goals is at the Hawthorns where Saido Berahino levelled from the penalty stadium to cancel out Lee Catermole's early goal. QPR-Hull, Stoke-Aston Villa and West Ham-Spurs are all level, but Mark Noble has missed a penalty which saw Kyle Naughton dismissed.

Goal: Leicester City 1-2 Everton (Steven Naismith)

Goal: West Bromwich Albion 1-1 Sunderland (Saido Berahino)

Penalty for West Bromwich Albion

15:32: It's all going off at Upton Park. A penalty is awarded for handball against Kyle Naughton after a goalbound shot from around six yards. Referee Chris Foy theninexplicably sends off the Spurs defender. Not even sure it was a penalty, let alone the dismissal. Mark Noble completes the five-minutes of horror, but sliding wide from the penalty spot.

Mark Noble misses penalty

Red card: Kyle Naughton (Tottenham Hotspur)

Penalty for West Ham United

Goal: Leicester City 1-1 Everton (Leonardo Ulloa)

15:22: Two early goals in the Premier League and two absolute stunners. First, Lee Catermole smashes one in against the run of play against West Brom, before McGeady curls one brilliantly beyond Schmeichel.

Goal: Leicester City 0-1 Everton (Aiden McGeady)

Goal: West Bromwich Albion 0-1 Sunderland (Lee Catermole)

15:04: So one down and six to go. we'[re under way in each of our 3pm kick-odds in the Premier League. All the goals and updates as they happen with particular focus on West Ham v Tottenham.

14:52: Team news

Leicester City v Everton

Leicester: Schmeichel, De Laet, Moore, Morgan, Konchesky, Mahrez, King, Drinkwater, Knockaert, Nugent, Ulloa.

Everton: Howard, Stones, Jagielka, Distin, Baines, McCarthy, Barry, McGeady, Naismith, Pienaar, Lukaku. Subs: Robles, Mirallas, Besic, Atsu, Osman, Coleman, Alcaraz.

Queens Park Rangers v Hull City

Queens Park Rangers: Green, Caulker, Ferdinand, Dunne, Simpson, Faurlin, Mutch, Barton, Traore, Remy, Austin.

Hull City: McGregor, Bruce, Chester, Davies, Elmohamady, Huddlestone, Livermore, Robertson, Snodgrass, Ince, Jelavic

Stoke City v Aston Villa

Stoke City: Begovic, Bardsley, Shawcross, Wilson, Pieters, Whelan, Nzonzi, Bojan, Ireland, Arnautovic, Diouf.

Aston Villa: Guzan, Hutton, Vlaar, Senderos, Cissokho, Westwood, Delph, Agbonlahor, N'Zogbia, Richardson, Weimann.

West Bromwich Albion v Sunderland

West Bromwich Albion: Foster, Wisdom, Dawson, Olsson, Pocognoli, Dorrans, Gardner, Mulumbu, Brunt, Berahino, Anichebe. Subs: Baird, Yacob, Ideye, Myhill, Davidson, O'Neil, Sessegnon.

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

West Ham United v Tottenham Hotspur

West Ham United: Adrian, O'Brien, Reid, Collins, Cresswell, Noble, Drampis, Vaz Te, Nolan, Downing, Cole.

Tottenham Hotspur: Lloris, Naughton, Kaboul, Dier, Rose, Bentaleb, Capoue, Lennon, Lamela, Eriksen, Adebayor.

14:47: Not a bad start eh? And there is more where that came from. We have five more 3pm kick-offs in the Premier League as well as a tea-time kick-off from the Emirates Stadium.

14:42: Who saw that coming then? Swansea City stage one of the biggest shocks of this Premier League season on the very first day in Louis van Gaal's first match as Manchester United manager. Ki Sung-Yueng and Gylfi Sigurdsson inflict upon United their first opening day defeat at Old Trafford since 1972. Brilliant achievement from Garry Monk who will have silenced some doubters this afternoon.

Full time: Manchester United 1-2 Swansea City

14:34: Four added minutes at Old Trafford. Swansea very comfortable.

14:28: Game has turned into another bitty affair, with yellow cards and free-kicks dominating preceedings. can't see a United leveller coming as things stand.

14:18: The script is ripped up once again as Swansea retake the lead at Old Trafford. Montero's cross from the left finds Tiendalli peeling away at the back post, and when hie volley slices across the face of goal Sigurdsson smashes the ball goalwards and De Gea can only parry the ball into the net.

Goal: Manchester United 1-2 Swansea City (Gylfi Sigurdsson)

14:11: No chance at Wayne Rooney is feeling the burden of being the new United captain and he almost gives the hosts the lead with a bending free-kick which clips the outside of Fabianski's goal. The Pole was no-where near it. Marouane Fellini and Jefferson Montero - for his Swansea debut - on with a quarter of the game remaining.

14:02: Rooney almost latches onto a through ball in the area as United seek going ahead for the first time. real lift in atmopshere since that equaliser but Swansea still a force in this game.

13:58: Lift off in Louis van Gaal's first game with Manchester United. Mata's corner from the left is flicked on at the near post by Jones and when Swansea don't deal with it, Rooney converts an overhead kick from four yards to draw United level.

Goal: Manchester United 1-1 Swansea City (Wayne Rooney)

13:52: Van Gaal has abandoned the back-three and reverted to a more conventional back four at the start of the season half. Nani and Januzaj are playing on either wing, with Mata in behind the lone forward Rooney. Swansea are as you were.

13:49: Second half under way at Old Trafford and a change for the home side, as Nani replaces Javier Hernandez.

13:36: Not going according to plan for Louis van Gaal in his first game in Premier League management, with Ki having put Swansea ahead at the break at Old Trafford. United have been pretty uninspiring while the Swans have been solid and dangerous on the break. Sound familiar?

Half time: Manchester United 0-1 Swansea City

13:29: Not much in the way of a response from the home side sine falling behind. An overhit Mata free-kick is the best they have been able to muster with less than two minutes of the first half remaining.

13:16: The first goal of this new Premier League season and Swansea are ahead at Old Trafford. The Swans build down the right and the ball is fed onto Ki on the edge of the box and the South Korean simply passes the ball beyond De Gea. A shock to Louis van Gaal in his first game.

Goal: Manchester United 0-1 Swansea City (Ki Sung-Yueng)

13:11: First chance for United and it comes from a set-piece. Phil Jones wins a free-kick on the edge of the box and Juan Mata curls it goalwards, but Fabianski beats it away from goal at the near post.

13:09: Lingard remains on but United are preparing a replacement. Adnan Januzaj, who has barely featured in pre-season, comes on. Lingard's Premier League debut didn't last 24 minutes.

13:05: Problem for Jesse Lingard here. He's come off worse in a 50-50 challenge by the near touchline and he looks in a lot of pain. The stretcher is being prepared and that looks like another injury for Louis van Gaal to deal with.

13:00: Not exactly a thrill a minute in the early stages of this Premier League opener. Swansea keeping United at bay so far, whose attacks are coming from each flank in the form of Lingard and Young. it's a very bits and pieces United team, while you can expect this to be the core of Swansea's first team for most of the season. You can tell.

12:52: Though there is some atmosphere inside Old Trafford, the game has begun like you would expect in any game at this stage of the season. It's a little disjointed and while United are dominating possession, with Swansea happy to sit back, there has been little free-flowing football on show so far. early days, of course.

12:45: Under way at Old Trafford and in this new Premier League campaign. Let the talking points begin.

12:42: Players coming out at Old Trafford. Huge reception for both sets of players. Louis van Gaal out next and there are plenty of thumbs up from the Dutch coach.

12:35: Van Gaal has implemented a 3-5-2 formation upon being appointed United boss. Ashley Young and Jesse Lingard will play at wing back on either side, with Rooney and Javier Hernandez up front. Swansea will operate more as a genuine 4-5-1, with Bony alone up front and the midfield willbe flooded by Jonjo Shelvey and Ki-Sung Yueng.

12:28: Louis van Gaal has rung the changes at Old Trafford for his opening game in charge. Three players make their debuts for the club. Tyler Blackett, Jesse Lingard and Ander Herrera all make their frist appearances for United, while captain Wayne Rooney leads the attack.

A new face for Swansea as well, with Lukasz Fabianski begining in goal following his switch from Arsenal. Elsewhere, it is as you were with the Swans with Wilfried Bony leading the attack, for now and Gylfi Sigurdsson makes his second debut following his move from Tottenham.

12:21:Team News:

Manchester United v Swansea City

Manchester United: De Gea; Jones, Smalling, Blackett; Lingard, Fletcher, Herrera, Young; Mata; Rooney, Hernandez.

Swansea City: Fabianski; Rangel, Amat, Williams, Taylor; Ki, Shelvey, Dyer, Sigurdsson, Routledge; Bony

12:15: Less than five weeks after the World Cup, the Premier League returns to illuminate, enrich and dominate our lives for the next eight months. Following swathes of changes during the summer months, what will this new Premier League season bring other than the excitement which makes this one of the most watched divisions in world football. We start the opening weekend with perhaps the story of the summer, Louis Van Gaal's revolution at Manchester United gets its first test against a Swansea City side who were beaten 4-1 in David Moyes' first match last season. Garry Monk's side face a season of looking over their shoulder, but they won't get a better chance to give the 20-time champions of England a bloody nose. Team news on the way....