Newcastle 0-3 Sunderland
West Ham 2-0 Swansea
Cardiff 2-1 Norwich
Everton 2-1 Aston Villa
Fulham 0-3 Southampton
Hull 1-1 Tottenham
Stoke 2-1 Manchester United
5:10: And that's all from us for the evening, join us tomorrow for coverage of Liverpoolo's trip to West Brom and Arsenal's clash with Crystal Palace.
4:59: And Stoke have done it! United suffer their eighth Premier League defeat of the season, almost a third of their fixtures of the campaign. United waited until extra time kicked in to inflict some real pressure on Stoke and Ashley Young in particular was guilty of missing a fantastic chance late on. But Stoke's resilience merited a deserved result, although United's cause was not helped by first half injuries to centre halves Jonny Evans and Phil Jones.
That win sees Stoke climb eight places to 11th, meaning that West Ham United drop back into the relegation zone despite an impressive 2-0 win over Swansea that was marred by a red card shown to Andy Carroll.
Everton's late win over Aston Villa courtesy of a free kick from Kevin Mirallas that Leighton Baines will be envious of keeps them five points clear of United and a point clear of Spurs, who were held to a draw by a spirited Hull City.
Elsewhere, Fulham's raft of new signings did little to lift the mood at Craven Cottage, where Southampton's England trio Lallana, Lambert and Rodriguez sealed an easy victory for Saints.
Stoke City 2-1 Manchester United (Charlie Adam X2, Robin van Persie)
4:55 Rooney his a wonderful free kick that a combination of the post and Begovic keeps out. The ball falls to Cleverley but he blasts over from close range.
Everton 2-1 Aston Villa (Kevin Mirallas, Steven Naismith, Leandro Bacuna)
Hull 1-1 Tottenham (Shane Long, Paulinho)
Fulham 0-3 Southampton (Adam Lallana, Rickie Lambert, Jay Rodriguez)
Cardiff 2-1 Norwich (Craig Bellamy, Kenwyne Jones, Robert Snodgrass)
4:51: Seven minutes of time added on at Stoke.
4:49: Smalling swings in an excellent cross to find Young free at the back post but his first time ehader is awful, and rolls harmlessly out for a goal kick.
4:46: Robert Snodgrass hits the woodwork for Norwich to deny his side an equaliser! The midfielder does well to win his header but watches in a agony as it comes back off the post.
4:43: Everton take the lead! Kevin Mirallas curls a fantastic free kick past Brad Guzan in the Villa goal from 25 yards.
Goal! Everton 2-1 Aston Villa (Kevin Mirallas)
4:39: Stoke dominating Unired at the minute, Charlie Adam delivers three consecutive corners that cause United trouble on each occasion. Van Persie off for Hernandez.
4:37: Assaidi connects with an absolutely spectacular scissor kick in the air after a throw in was directed in his direction. De Gea is forced to palm it over. Stoke corner.
4:35: All three of Southampton's triumvirate of England internationals have a goal at Craven Cottage as Rodriguez curls a beautiful effort into the pass after an equally gorgeous pass from Lambert.
Goal! Fulham 0-3 Southampton (Jay Rodriguez)
4:32: Naismith gets onto the end of a flick from Pienaar to smash an equaliser into the back of the net.
Goal! Everton 1-1 Aston Villa (Steven Naismith)
4:28: Rickie Lambert scores his 100th league goal for Southampton after Jay Rodriguez left a cross from Nathaniel Clyne for the 32-year-old to steer home.
Goal! Fulham 0-2 Southampton (Rickie Lambert)
4:25: More brilliance from Adam Lallana as he gives Southampton the lead, smashing his eighth league goal of the season home from a tight angle.
4:23: Evra goes down appealing for a penalty after a marauding run into the Stoke box. The referee plays on and Mata is denied by a couple of Stoke players hurling themselves in his path.
Goal! Fulham 0-1 Southampton (Adam Lallana)
4:20: Tottenham are level at the KC! Paulinho is on the scene to tuck away a rebounded effort and get Tim Sherwood's side back into this.
Goal! Hull City 1-1 Tottenham (Paulinho)
4:18: Yellow for Walters.
4:16: Walters goes down holding his head after throwing himself at a low cross. Rafael was very slow to react to the forward's run but managed to hook a foot in front of the ball. Moments later, the Ireland international crashes through Smalling. Referee is waiting with a card likely to be shown while he receives treatment.
4:13: Stoke take the lead again! He might not be credited with the first but he will certainly get this. Jon Walters knocks the ball down just outside the area and after Arnautovic miskick it falls for Adam who found the top corner with an excellent strike.
Goal! Stoke 2-1 Manchester United (Charlie Adam)
4:10: And Cardiff are ahead! What a start to the second half as Jones capitalises on some meek Norwich defending and stabs home on his second attempt.
4:08: United equalise! Wonderful finish from van Persie. Juan Mata flicks an excellent ball into the path of the Dutchman who has created space just inside the box and lifts the ball into the back of the net.
Goal! Cardiff 2-1 Norwich (Kenywne Jones)
4:07: Craig Bellamy becomes the first player to score for seven different Premier League teams as Wilfired Zaha threads a ball through for the Welshman who restores parity.
Goal! Stoke 1-1 Manchester United (Robin van Persie)
Goal! Cardiff 1-1 Norwich (Craig Bellamy)
4:02: And we are back underway elsewhere in the country with five minutes of half time left betweenn Stoke and United.
15:59: With Everton and Tottenham both losing, this is an ideal scenario for Manchester United to climb closer to fourth place. IBut a wayward deflection and injuries to their two starting centre halves has complicated that plan. Moyes, van Persie and Rooney haven't conjured much as of yet with the Spaniard stranded on the right and the Dutchman feeding off scraps.
15:52: And the half time whistle has blown at the Britannia Stadium. 1-0 Stoke.
Hull 1-0 Tottenham (Shane Long)
Cardiff 0-1 Norwich (Robert Snodgrass)
Everton 0-1 Aston Villa (Leandro Bacuna)
Fulham 0-0 Southampton
Stoke 1-0 Manchester United (Charlie Adam)
3:50: Half time between Fulham and Southampton with whistles expected to blown imminently everywhere except for Stoke. Jones' treatment on the pitch saw six minutes of time added on with two of those left.
3:48: Michael Carrick has dropped back to centre half and moments later there is miscommunication of the two as both men leave a backwards pass. Smalling nips across to clear the ball out of danger.
3:46: We have more on the news that Arsenal's new signing Kim Kallstrom has suffered an injury in his first training session here.
3:45: Welbeck on for Jones so there is yet more reorganising for Moyes to take on.
3:42: Things turn from bad to worse for United as Phil Jones goes down heavily. The England international went up for a challenge with Jon Walters and hit the turf hard on his way back down. A stretcher is on the pitch and Jones could soon be the latest United player to be taken off after Evans was taken off in the opening five minutes.
3:39: Stoke take the lead! Smalling gives away a free kick outside the area which Charlie Adam assumes responsibility for. The former Liverpool man strikes and it takes a horrible deflection off Michael Carrick to leave David de Gea stranded as the balls rolls into the net.
Goal! Stoke 1-0 Manchester United (Charlie Adam)
3:37: Villa have taken a surpise lead at Goodison Park. Delph takes possession off Barkley before setting Benteke away, who plays the ball to the overlapping Leandro Bacuna, who slots through Tim Howard's legs.
Goal! Everton 0-1 Aston Villa (Leandro Bacuna)
2:34: Away from the Premier League, former Arsenal man Emmanuel Frimpong has been sent off just over half an hour into his Barnsley debut #DENCH
2:32: Erik Pieters puts in an early candiate for worst effort of the weekend as strikes on the half volley from 35 yards out. Even without the wind, there was no danger of that falling anywhere else but into row Z.
2:27: Close from United. Young swings in a corner for Jones, but the midfielder/defender/full back is a bit too far out to get his header on target, so instead directs it to van Persie at the near post but Begovic is out quickly.
3:26: Brede Hangelaand draws an excellent save out of Artur Boruc at Craven Cottage, rising above the Southampton defence to connect with a firm header but the Polish 'keeper reacts well.
3:25: Swirling winds around the Britannia are causing one or two problems already for both sides. Players are having a bit of trouble judging the trajectory of the ball as soon as it is send flying through the air.
3:22: Crouch ties to tee up Jonathan Walters on the edge of his area but through a combination of miscontrol and pressure from Phil Jones he hits an air kick.
3:17: Evra bombing forward from the left swings in an excellent cross for Robin van Persie but he can't connect with a header with a Stoke defender wrapping an arm around his shoulder. Moments later Evra repeats his trick and Rooney hits a first time effort on goal that flies just wide of the left post.
3:14: Hull City's new front men Shane Long and Nikica Jelavic combine after a long ball up the pitch before the Irishman fires past Hugo Lloris to give Steve Bruce's side the lead.
Goal! Hull City 1-0 Tottenham (Shane Long)
3:11: As Rafael comes on at United his brother Fabio is having a bit of a nightmare ten minutes into his Cardiff debut as Norwich launch their attacks down his flank.
3:08: An early change for Manchester United. Jonny Evans looks to have suffered a knock and Rafael is stripped and ready to come on. Smalling to move across to centre half in his place.
3:05: Norwich take an early lead at the Cardiff City Stadium after Robert Snodgrass latches onto a low cross from Martin Olsson to diverts in into the back of the net.
Goal! Cardiff 0-1 Norwich (Robert Snodgrass)
3:01: And we are underway.
2:59: For those Arsenal fans not pleased with their clubs business (or lack of) in January, look away now. Loan signing Kim Kallstrom has strained his back in his training session with the club and is expected to miss a month of action. Ouch.
2:57: Minutes away from kick off across the country as the teams start to come out onto the pitch.
2:55: Juan Mata, Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie all start for Manchester United while Ashley Young retains his starting spot after his midweek goal against Cardiff.
2:52: Debuts all round! Well, sort of. Fabio and Kenwyne Jones come straight into the starting XI for Cardiff and Lewis Holtby and William Kvist making their first starts for Fulham.
Stoke v Manchester United
Stoke: Begovic; Cameron, Shawcross (c), Wilson, Pieters; Odemwingie, Whelan, Adam, Arnautovic, Walters; Crouch
Subs: Sorensen, Muniesa, Palacios, Guidetti, Assaidi, Shotton, Ireland.
Manchester United: De Gea; Smalling, Jones, Evans, Evra (c); Young, Cleverley, Carrick, Rooney, Mata, Van Persie
Subs: Lindegaard, Rafael, Hernandez, Welbeck, Fletcher, Valencia, Januzaj.
Cardiff v Norwich City
Cardiff: Marshall; Fabio, Caulker, Turner, John; Whittingham, Medel, Mutch, Noone; Bellamy, Jones
Subs: Lewis; Campbell, Eikrem, Gunnarsson, Theophile-Catherine, Daehli, Zaha.
Norwich: Ruddy; Martin, R Bennett, Bassong, Olsson; Snodgrass, Tettey, Johnson, Gutierrez; Elmander, Hooper
Subs: Bunn, Whittaker, van Wolfswinkel, Fer, Pilkington, Becchio, Redmond.
Everton v Aston Villa
Everton: Howard, Baines, Jagielka, McGeady, Mirallas, Distin, McCarthy, Barry, Barkley, Osman, Stones
Subs: Joel, Hibbert, Naismith, Pienaar, Coleman, Vellios, Garbutt.
Aston Villa: Guzan, Bacuna, Vlaar, Clark, Baker, Bertrand, Westwood, Delph, Weimann, Benteke, Holt
Subs: Steer, El Ahmadi, Sylla, Helenius, Albrighton, Tonev, Lowton
Fulham v Southampton
Fulham: Stekelenburg; Riether, Hangeland, Burn, Richardson; Duff, Sidwell, Kvist, Parker, Holtby; Bent
Subs: Stockdale, Kasami, Kačaniklić, Rodallega, Dempsey, Tankovic , Passley.
Southampton: Boruc, Chambers, Fonte, Yoshida, Shaw, Wanyama, Schneiderlin, S. Davis, Lallana, Rodriguez, Lambert
Subs: K. Davis, Clyne, Ward-Prowse, Cork, Guly, Hooiveld, Gallagher.
Hull v Tottenham
Hull: Harper, Rosenior, Figueroa, Davies, McShane, Huddlestone, Meyler, Elmohamady, Brady, Jelavic, Long
Subs: Jakupovic, Bruce, Koren, Boyd, Quinn, Fryatt, Sagbo.
Tottenham: Lloris; Walker, Dawson, Vertonghen, Rose; Lennon, Bentaleb, Paulinho, Eriksen; Adebayor, Soldado
Subs: Friedel, Kaboul, Naughton, Capoue, Chadli, Sigurdsson, Kane.
2:40: We will have all your team news ahead of the 3:00pm kick offs with you shortly.
2:38: Sunderland have beaten their neighbours for the third successive time and Newcastle once again can have no complaints after a thoroughly wretched display. Meanwhile Andy Carrol's second half red card (below) wasn't enough to stop West Ham clinching a crucial three points with a relatively comfortable win over Swansea.
— BT Sport (@btsport) February 1, 2014
Newcastle 0-3 Sunderland (Borini (pen), Johnson, Colback)
West Ham 2-0 Swansea City (Kevin Nolan X2)
2:32: One of the most sublime beards in football (attached to Antonio Nocerino) comes on for its Premier League debut, replacing Kevin Nolan for West Ham.
2:29: 'We always win three nil' Sunderland fans belt out as we enter the last five minutes of normal time. West Ham meanwhile have coped rather comfortably since going down to 10 men.
2:27: There's a fan on the pitch and although cameras have pulled away, the cheers from the fans suggest he has evaded more attempts to catch him that Hatem Ben Arfa has done today.
2:25: And Jack Colback has sealed it for Sunderland! Ben Arfa is dispossessed and Sunderland mount a swift counter attack. Colback is played through inside the box and smashes a fine effort across goal from the left into the back of the net.
Goal! Newcastle 0-3 Sunderland (Jack Colback, 30)
2:23:That attacking impetus from Newcastle appears to have faded in the last five minutes with Sunderland now enjoying a rather comfortable period of possession. A deep cross is floated over to the near post where the fresh Larsson is waiting is waiting but his half volley is off the mark.
2:21:Seb Larsson has come on for the slightly-knackered looking Adam Johnson with Vurnon Anita replaced by Sylvain Marvaeux. Just over 10 minutes left.
2:17: It's a breathless last 20 minutes at St James' Park now as Newcastle mount the pressure. De Jong fails to connect properly with another effort and the home side nearly pay as Sunderland burst up the pitch. Altidore finds himself in acres of space one on one with Krul but with the chance to seal the game but the American stumbles into the onrushing goalkeeper and the chance is gone.
2:14: As you'd expect, everytime Chico Flores touches the ball boos rain down from the Boleyn Ground. Sam Allardyce has brought Carlton Cole on for Jarvis with the Hammers boss keen to maintain the focal point to his attack.
2:10: Adam Johnson to close to making it three! The winger brilliantly weaves his way into the box and attempts to curl a cute effort around his marker and the outstretched Krul ,but it clips the post and rolls away from goal. So unlucky.
2:07: Newcastle really getting back into this now as Tiote lets fly with a vicious effort from 25 yards out that draws a great save of Mannone. Newcastle have an even better chance from the resulting corner kick when derby day specialist Shola Ameobi meets the ball with a firm header in the six yard area, but it veers horribly wide of goal.
2:03: West Ham down to 10 men! After an excellent first half Carroll is shown a red card for as flailing arm that catches Chico Flores. It appeared the striker caught the Swansea man on his way down from an aerial challenge but difficult to see any intention there.
RED CARD - Andy Carroll (West Ham)
2:01: Sunderland free kick and Johnson has visions has dreams of curling another free kick into the top corner from 25 yards out but his effort flies over Tim Krul's bar.
2:00: Newcastle pour into the Sunderland box again and there's two weak shouts for a penalty after de Jong and then Ameobi go down in the space of three seconds. He was under pressure from a swarm of yellow shirts but no dice from the referee.
1:57: Sunderland lead after a blinding first half but this is better from Newcastle.
— Sunderland AFC (@SAFCofficial) February 1, 2014
1:56: Sunderland return with some pressure of their own with Bardsley and Johnson both trying their lack against the home side's defence. Newcastle however mount a dangerous attack of their own and after some neat build up play from Anita and Ben Arfa De Jong, on for the second half, hits the ball tamely at goal. Better from Newcastle.
1:54: It's wasted by Newcastle try to pump the ball into the box again and again, with the best of the attempts coming when the ball was cleverly switched to Ben Arfa. Johnson was diligently back defending to put pressure on the Frenchman and Sunderland snuff out the threat.
1:52: Newcastle win a free kick 30 yards from goal.
1:49: And we are back underway for the second half.
1:45: With three points West Ham can climb out of the relegation zone and will stay there for the weekend, providing Manchester United can do them a favour and beat Stoke and Fulham don't win by a goal deficit of 19. Stranger things have happened I suppose... No wait, they haven't. They definitely haven't.
Also as it stands, Sunderland sit in nose bleed territory in 12th!
1:37: Newcastle players walk of the pitch to a chorus of boos after being blitzed by a swift one two by Sunderland in the space of four minutes. Alan Pardew's side have struggled to dust themselves off and have did nothing of note to get themselves back into the game with Mannone relatively untested so far.
The Nolan/Carroll combination that Sam Allardyce has been pining for all season has provided its desired effect at Upton Park as his side go in at half time 2-0 up. Nolan has both goals, Carroll has both assists, Allardyce has a big smile on his face.
Newcastle 0-2 Sunderland (Borini, Johnson)
West Ham 2-0 Swansea (Nolan X2)
1:33: It's rinse and repeat for West Ham! a corner is met at the backpost by Carroll who nods into into the path of his buddy Nolan who fires home from six yards out Terrific half time score for the Hammers, Sam Allardyce must be really feeling Jose Mourinho's '19th century football' comments now.
Goal! West Ham 2-0 Swansea (Kevin Nolan, 45)
1:31: Santon threatens to weave his way into box from the left but instead turns around and goes back the other way with Sunderland defenders hot on his tail. His eventual cross falls to Ameobi, whose shot is skied over the bar.
1:28: A fantastic tackle from James Tomkins prevents Swansea equalising at Upton Park! In a rather West Ham-ish fashion, the away side lump the ball up the pitch towards their own big man Wilfried Bony who has raced through one on one. Tomkins races back and slides in to get a toe on the ball and knock the ball away from danger.
1:25: Debuchy has probably had better Saturday afternoons. The Frenchman is drawn to the by-line who Johnson who easily skips past him to tee up Altidore inside the box. The big American, just about controls it, feints and falls over, but regaining possession and firing a tame effort into Krul's arms.
1:23: Big Sam must be absolutely thrilled to have Andy Carroll back at his disposal. West Ham nearly repeat their trick from their first as the big centre forward knocks the ball out to Jarvis who flashes a shot across goal.
1:20: Newcastle briefly responded with some heavy pressure following Sunderland's second and were nearly helped by Mannone who caught the ball before chucking out for another corner. It came to nothing however and Sunderland attacked on the counter through Johnson before he was cynically hacked down by Santon. The Italian is deservedly booked.
1:17: One other detail worth mentioning regarding Sunderland's second; a sublime back flick from Jozy Altidore that set Jack Colback off on his way. Johan Cryuff would have been proud of that.
1:15: West Ham take the lead as a cross is knocked down by Carroll into the path of Nolan who slams the ball past Tremmel. Imagine such a concept!
Goal! West Ham 1-0 Swansea (Kevin Nolan 25)
1:12: Couple of incidents after each goal. Borini picks up the yellow card for jumping the advertising boards and receives an earful from Poyet for his trouble. And following the second goal Tim Krul and Santon got nose to nose to exchange one or two criticisms. Debuchy gets between the two before it boils over, however.
1:10: And it's two! Debuchy back peddles with Colback bearing down on goal. The midfielder hits a hopeful effort at goal that loops towards the back post. Krul tries to palm away from danger but Johnson is on the scene to tap in a rebound and continue his wonderful vein of goal scoring form.
Goal! Newcastle 0-2 Sunderland (Adam Johnson, 22)
1:07: A grinning Borini steps up and superby sweeps the ball into the top left corner.
Goal! Newcastle 0-1 Sunderland (Fabio Borini, 18)
1:05: Sunderland have a penalty! Johnson dinks a ball between two defenders into the bath of Phil Bardsley who is taken down by Anita. Clear penalty.
PENALTY - SUNDERLAND
1:02: Not too much to report from Upton Park as of yet. With Matt Jarvis on the right, Stewart Downing on the right and Andy Carroll through the middle, there's no hiding what the Hammers' game plan is today. There is a half hearted hand ball from West Ham following a Downing corner but it's waved away.
1:00: Davide Santon takes responsibility of the free kick but he fires straight into the grateful arms of his compatriot Vito Mannone.
12:59: Yellow card for John O'Shea for a ridiculously intentional hand ball. Free kick on the edge of the box.
12:57: Colback wins a corner after whipping a dangerous ball across the box. Sunderland make use of the resulting corner as the ball floats across goal with Tim Krul flailing, claiming he's being impeded.
12:55: Some high pressing from Newcastle gets the home crowd roaring as Sunderland tentatively pass the ball around deep in their own half. The Black Cats inevitably lose the ball but Sissoko has failed to come back from an offside position in time.
12:52: Great chance for Sunderland! The resulting corner is whipped into the box and Marcos Alonso meets it with a free header, but it's off target.
12:50: Sunderland win a free kick out on the right wing after Sammy Ameobi floors Bardsley.
12:48: The hosts fashion the first chance of the game as Ben Arfa, playing in the hole in behind Ameobi, wins the ball in the box to knock it into the path of the onrushing Mathieu Debuchy, who skews his shot wide of the far left post.
12:45: And we are off underway at St James' Park and Upton Park.
12:41: Just a few minutes away from kick off now as the teams make their way down the tunnel.
12:37: With Remy out of the equation, it's down to the Ameobi brothers to find the back of the net. Derby goals seem to be Shola's speciality with seven in his last ten appearances against the Black Cats. Younger Sammy wouldn't mind starting a similar trend today.
12:32: Fantastic news for West Ham as Winston Reid takes his place on the bench after missing three months of action and the Hammers have certainly missed his formidable presence at the back. Alongside him on the bench are Italian duo Antonio Nocerino and Mario Borriello, who are still awaiting their Premier League debuts.
12:27: Newcastle failed in their attempts to bring Lyon midfielder Clement Grenier in during the transfer window and today will be the first indication of how Alan Pardew's side will cope without the presence of the influential Yohan Cabaye.
12:19: Sam Allardyce has made two changes since claiming a valuable point at Chelsea midweek as defender George McCartney and winger Matt Jarvis replace Joey O'Brien and Mohamed Diame. David N'Gog is handed his first start back in the Premier League after his move from Bolton.
12:15: Sunderland hand a debut to £2.5m signing Liam Bridcutt, who starts alongside Ki and Colback in midfield with Fabio Borini partnering Jozy Altidore up front after his heroics at the Stadium of Light earlier this season.
12:13: With Loic Remy suspended after his midweek red card it was thought January arrival Luuk de Jong might be handed a baptism of fire against the Black Cats. The Dutchman starts on the bench, however, with Shola Ameobi up front for Alan Pardew's side.
West Ham: Adrian, Demel, Collins, Tomkins, McCartney, Noble, Taylor, Downing, Nolan, Jarvis, Carroll
Subs: Borriello, Nocerino, Reid, Morrison, Jaaskelainen, Carlton Cole, Johnson.
Swansea: Tremmel, Tiendalli, Chico, Williams, Ben Davies, Amat, de Guzman, Routledge, Shelvey, Dyer, Bony
Subs: Britton, Hernandez, Cornell, Lamah, Rangel, Pozuelo, Ngog.
Newcastle: Krul, Debuchy, Steven Taylor, Williamson, Santon, Sissoko, Tiote, Anita, Sammy Ameobi, Shola Ameobi, Ben Arfa
Subs: Yanga-Mbiwa, De Jong, Haidara, Elliot, Marveaux, Dummett, Armstrong.
Sunderland: Mannone, Bardsley, Brown, O'Shea, Alonso, Bridcutt, Ki, Colback, Johnson, Altidore, Borini
Subs: Scocco, Ustari, Vergini, Larsson, Gardner, Wickham, Giaccherini.
12:02: We'll have all your team news coming up shortly.
12:00: After a January transfer window threatened to enthrall right up until the final seconds of Friday night, we were eventually settled for something that closely resembled football's equivalent of Super Market Sweep.
Thankfully, all that business is over for a few months and we can get back to focusing on the football itself. IB Times UK will be bringing you LIVE minute by minute coverage of all Saturday's Premier League football starting with the Tyne Wear derby between Newcastle United and Sunderland and West Ham United v Swansea.
Later on, we will have all your 3:00pm kick offs featruing Manchester United's trip to Stoke City and Tottenham Hotspur's to Hull City.