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  • Hal Robson-Kanu scored winner for West Brom at Burnley before he was shown a straight red card for an elbow on Matt Lowton.
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Saturday's 3pm final scores

Liverpool 1-0 Crystal Palace

Burnley 0-1 West Brom

Leicester City 2-0 Brighton

Southampton 3-2 West Ham

Bournemouth 0-2 Watford

That's it for our 3pm fixtures. Arsenal are in action at Stoke City in just over half an hour, follow all the action at the Britannia Stadium here.

3pm final scores

Liverpool 1-0 Crystal Palace

Burnley 0-1 West Brom

Leicester City 2-0 Brighton

Southampton 3-2 West Ham

Bournemouth 0-2 Watford

Full-time: Southampton 3-2 West Ham United

Full-time: Liverpool 1-0 Crystal Palace

No mistake from Austin! The Saints striker coolly converts and that should seal all three points for Southampton.

Goal! Southampton 3-2 West Ham (Charlie Austin, 90+2)

Penalty for Southampton in injury time! Zabaleta is penalised for a push on Yoshida and Charlie Austin has the chance to win it from the penalty spot.

PENALTY - Southampton

Southampton think they have taken the lead again, but it won't count. Soares' cross was only met by his old teammate Fonte who skied his clearance with Long leaping to reach but he is penalised for a foul on Hart.

Watford will be leaving the south coast with all three points this evening; Etienne Capoue has just sealed the victory with a brilliant 25-year-old half volley

Goal! Bournemouth 0-2 Watford (Etienne Capoue, 86)

West Brom down to 10 men! Hero to zero for Robson-Kanu who is shown a straight red after planting an elbow on Matt Lowton.

RED CARD - Hal Robson-Kanu (West Brom)

Watford's new Brazilian starlet Richarlison has got his first goal for the club, scrambling home after his initial effort was blocked. And down to 10-men, West Ham have come from two goals behind with Javier Hernandez again pouncing in the box, jumping onto a loose ball after Forster made a remarkable save to stab home from five yards out.

Goals everywhere at the moment. Hal Robson-Kanu has given West Brom the lead at Turf Moor, finishing at the near post after reaching a knock on from Matt Phillips. Meanwhile at Anfield Liverpool have finally found the breakthrough with Sadio Mane reacting quickest, toe-poking into the back of the net after the ball spilled in front of him.

Goal! Southampton 2-2 West Ham (Javier Hernandez, 74)

Arsenal team to face Stoke City: Cech, Mustafi, Monreal, Kolasinac, Bellerin, Ramsey, Xhaka, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Ozil, Welbeck, Lacazette

Subs: Ospina, Metesacker, Coquelin, Elneny, Iwobi, Walcott, Giroud

Goal! Bournemouth 0-1 Watford (Richarlison, 72)

Goal! Liverpool 1-0 Crystal Palace (Sadio Mane, 71)

Goal! Burnley 0-1 Hal Robson-Kanu, 70)

Chance for Southampton to finish off West Ham! Gabbiadini finds space on the edge of the box and crashes a vicious effort off the cross bar.

Sturridge hasn't made the desired impact for Liverpool this afternoon and Jurgen Klopp has just hooked him with Mohamed Salah coming on for him home debut.

Leicester double their lead! Riyhad Mahrez is involved again, this time whipping in a superb corner that Maguire can head home at the far post.

Goal! Leicester City 2-0 Brighton (Harry Maguire, 54)

Jake Livermore thinks he has given West Brom the lead after his shot deflected off Ben Mee but the offside flag is up, with Jay Rodriguez deemed to have been interfering with play.

And we are just getting underway again for the second half of the afternoon's action.

Half-time scores:

Liverpool 0-0 Crystal Palace

Burnley 0-0 West Brom

Leicester City 1-0 Brighton

Southampton 2-1 West Ham

Bournemouth 0-0 Watford

Half-time whistles are being blown across the country but there is just enough time for Andre Gray to miss a golden opportunity for Watford, sending his effort over the bar from six yards out.

A lifeline for West Ham! Forster gets across to push away a shot from Antonio but Hernandez pounces on the rebound to score his first goal for the club.

Goal! Southampton 2-1 West Ham United (Javier Hernandez, 44)

Saints have a second! Jose Fonte, playing against his former club hauls back Davis inside the box and it is a clear penalty. Tadic steps up and sweeps home.

Goal! Southampton 2-0 West Ham United (Dušan Tadić, 38)

PENALTY - Southampton

Andy Robertson is enjoying his Liverpool debut, he's just whipped in another terrific ball from the left with Sadio Mane the intended target, but the former Southampton forward doesn't react quickly enough to get on the end of it.

I told you it was boiling over at St Mary's. The red card is out and it is Marko Arnautović who is walking after planting what looked to be an intentional elbow on Jack Stephens.

RED CARD - Marko Arnautović (West Ham United)

Mark Noble is very lucky to still be on the pitch. The West Ham skipper jumps in on Mario Lemina, studs up catching the midfielder on the shin. Before that Lemina left an elbow on Arnautovic when both went up for the ball. It's boiling over a bit.

Forster denies West Ham an equaliser! Javier Hernandez turns creator, whipping in a superb ball to Arnautovic who slams a header on goal only to be denied by the Saints goalkeeper.

Great chance for Liverpool with Andy Robertson making a positive impression down the left on his debut. The former Hull defender whips in a superb cross that has Hennessey beaten by Joel Matip gets his header all wrong, screwing his header wide with an open goal in front of him.

Just as West Ham pass up a golden chance to take the lead, Saints end their goal drought at St Mary's! Manolo Gabbiadini has his first goal in 10 games, steering a low effort past Hart after being picked out by Nathan Redmond that ends a run of six games without a goal for his side.

Goal! Southampton 1-0 West Ham United (Manolo Gabbiadini, 11)

A chance for West Ham United to take the lead at Southampton as Antonio feeds Arnautović down the inside right but he pings his effort the wrong side of the post.

One minute in and we have our first goal of the afternoon! It's come at the King Power where Shinji Okazaki has pounced on a spill from Brighton goalkeeper Matthew Ryan to convert from close range.

Goal! Leicester City 1-0 Brighton (Shinji Okazaki, 1)

And we are off and underway at Anfield and in the other four 3pm kick-offs.

Craig Shakespeare has named the same XI that narrowly lost out to Arsenal last time with new signing Kelechi Ihaenacho still recovering from a foot injury.

Meanwhile there are two changes for Brighton with Jamie Murphy and Glenn Murray in for Tomer Hemed and Izzy Brown.

Frank de Boer makes two changes to the side that was humiliated by Huddersfield last week with Wilfreid Zaha's injury opening up a spot for Andros Townsend in the starting XI. James Tomkins is also in to replace new signing Jairo Riedewald. It's 3-4-3 again from the Dutchman, with Ruben Loftus-Cheek starting in a more advanced role.

Jurgen Klopp makes five changes to his side after naming the same XIs against Watford and Hoffeheim. Andy Robertson comes in for Alberto Moreno to make his debut for the club while Joe Gomez comes in for Trent Alexander-Arnold on the right. Ragnar Klavan is also in at the back to partner Dejan Lovren.

James Milner takes up his old role in midfield while record signing Mohamed Salah drops to the bench with Daniel Sturridge starting his first game of the season.

Crystal Palace team to face Liverpool: Hennessey, Fosu-Mensah, Dann, Tomkins, Ward, Milvojevic, Puncheon, van Aanholt, Townsend, Loftus-Cheek, Benteke

Subs: Speroni, Schlupp, Kelly, Cabaye, McArthur, Kaikai, Lokilo

BREAKING: Ruben Loftus-Cheek starts in a front three in place of the injured Wilfried Zaha.

Liverpool team to face Crystal Palace: Mignolet, Gomez, Matip, Klavan, Robertson, Henderson, Milner, Wijnaldum, Mane, Firmino, Sturridge.

Subs: Karius, Lovren, Flanagan, Can, Salah, Solanke, Origi

BREAKING: Daniel Sturridge comes into the Liverpool starting XI, replacing Mohamed Salah.

Frank de Boer's 3-4-3 formation didn't quite go to plan last weekend as his side fell to a humiliating defeat to newly promoted Huddersfield. The tactical switch has raised some eyebrows with former chairman Simon Jordan among those to question the change in the club's football philosophy but the Dutchman is adamant he can get it right.

"No, I'm not a manager who, if we lost 3-0, suddenly [changes things]. I already said I saw some positive things, so I'm not going to change the system for this game.

"I think we don't have to use excuses for our style of playing, because the system is not so difficult to play, it's quite easy. But the Premier League is so competitive you have to work always as a team to get a result."

Frank de Boer

Team news: Crystal Palace

Wilfried Zaha faces up to four weeks on the sidelines after a knee injury he picked up in the 3-0 defeat to Huddersfield Town last Saturday; a major blow given how the Ivory Coast has previously ran rings around today's opposition. Yohan Cabaye and James McArthur have recovered from knocks and are pushing for starting places.

Wilfried Zaha

Jurgen Klopp on Daniel Sturridge's chances of featuring today:

"Daniel yes. Yesterday he was part of the complete session and looked really good, but always after injuries you have to wait to see how the player reacts to this intensity."

Team news: Liverpool

Daniel Sturridge will be hoping to make his first appearance of the season today. Jurgen Klopp decided against bringing the England international out to Germany for the midweek Champions League playoff against Hoffenheim but spoke confidently about his striker's chances of featuring today.

Daniel Sturridge

Team news: Liverpool

The Philippe Coutinho transfer saga rumbles on with Liverpool rejecting a third bid from Barcelona for their playmaker on Friday, an offer said to be worth £114m. The Brazil international will not feature today however as he continues his recovery from a back injury.

Nathaniel Clyne is another absentee with Trent Alexander-Arnold, who netted that stunning free kick against Hoffenheim midweek, expected to fill in again. Adam Lallana meanwhile is facing three months on the sidelines due to a thigh injury.

Philippe Coutinho

Crystal Palace have a record to break this afternoon. Another win on the red half of Merseyside today will see them become the first team to win four consecutive top flight games at Anfield since Arsenal last achieved that feat in 1935.

Liverpool have struggled to deal with Palace on their own turf with their old boy Christian Benteke putting them to the sword last time they met, scoring twice as the Eagles returned to south east London with three points.

Liverpool are still struggling with the defensive woes that plagued them last season but with their new front three of Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah, Premier League defences will be worried.

That is one of five 3pm fixtures we will be bringing you this afternoon; team news from all of them coming up.

Christian Benteke
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