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  • Sunderland chasing their third consecutive win that could lift them out of the relegation zone.
  • Liverpool are unbeaten since August and are looking to maintain pace with Manchester City and Chelsea at summit of the Premier League.
  • Pep Guardiola's side beat Burnley 2-1 at Turf Moor to move back into first place.

Saturday's 3pm kick offs

Hull City 1-1 West Brom

Liverpool 2-0 Sunderland

Swansea City 5-4 Crystal Palace

Leicester City 2-2 Middlesbrough

Full-time scores:

Burnley 1-2 Manchester City

Hull City 1-1 West Brom

Liverpool 2-0 Sunderland

Swansea City 5-4 Crystal Palace

Leicester City 2-2 Middlesbrough

Full-time whistles now being blown across the country.

This is mental. From 4-3 behind, Swansea lead in injury time! Sigurdsson is again involved and again Palace fail to deal with his delivery with Fernandez knocking the ball across goal to Llorente who finishes well. Awful defending from both sides in this game, but it has been great fun.

Goal! Swansea 5-4 Crystal Palace (Fernando Llorente, 90+)

Leicester snatch an equaliser right at the death! Wes Morgan of all people breaks into the box and is brought down by De Roon. Riyhad Mahrez tucked one away earlier in this match but he's since gone off. His compatriot Islam Slimani takes charge of it instead and makes no mistake from 12 yards out.

James Milner has also tucked away a penalty at Liverpool after Sadio Mane was brought down. Liverpool heading to a 2-0 win.

Goal! Leicester City 2-2 Middlesbrough (Islam Slimani, 90+)

Liverpool 2-0 Sunderland (James Milner 90+)

We're level at the Liberty again! Off the bench, Fernando Llorente diverts Sigurdsson's effort on target and past the Palace goalkeeper. Seven minutes of injury time left in this...

PENALTY - Liverpool

PENALTY - Leicester City

Goal! Swansea City 4-4 Crystal Palace (Fernando Llorente)

Leicester denied by the crossbar! Andy King heads a cross back across goal but Amartey, starting in place of the suspended Danny Drinkwater, can't he can't convert.

Palace equalise through an own goal from Jack Cork... and now they have taken the lead! Scott Dann again causes panic in the Swansea box from a set piece, knocking it onto Benteke who lashes one one off the post and into the back of the net!

Goal! Swansea City 3-4 Crystal Palace (Christian Benteke, 84)

Goal! Swansea City 3-3 Crystal Palace (Jack Cork OG, 81)

David Moyes has thrown (not literally) Adnan Januzaj on for the final ten minutes.

It's not over at the Liberty Stadium yet! Palace have won back with James Tomkins scrambling it across the line after Dann impressively nodded Cabaye's corner across goal.

Goal! Swansea City 3-2 Crystal Palace (James Tomkins, 75)

Sunderland's resistance is finally broken! Origi has his first goal of the season, curling one just out of Pickford's reach after being picked out by Henderson.

Goal! Liverpool 1-0 Sunderland (Divock Origi, 75)

Goals everywhere but at Liverpool. Sunderland carved their best chance of the game a few minutes ago after Anichebe freed Watmore, but Karius rushed off his line just in time to block it. Moments later Mane was free at the far post after a looping corner kick, only to be denied superbly by van Aanholt.

Now Hull are level! It's a captain's goal from Michael Dawson who is picked out in the box by Robert Snodgrass' freekick, finishing neatly past Ben Foster.

Goal! Hull City 1-1 West Brom (Michael Dawson, 72)

Middlesbrough have the lead again! Having not scored since the opening day of the season, Alvaro Negredo has added another. Forshaw picked out the Spaniard's terrific run and the striker finds the back of the net with another superb finish from a difficult angle.

Goal! Leicester City 1-2 Middlesbrough (Alvaro Negredo, 71)

Swansea grab another! Sigurdsson pings a free kick towards goal that takes three deflections on its way through before breaking clear to Fer, who tucks home at the far post.

Goal! Swansea City 3-1 Crystal Palace (Leroy Fer, 68)

Swansea take the lead! Bob Bradley is now on course for his first win as Swans boss as Leory Fer scrambles the ball home after Fernando Llorente's header was blocked on the line. The pressure on Alan Pardew has just grown considerably.

Goal! Swansea City 2-1 Crystal Palace (Leroy Fer, 66)

Firmino again looks to cause problems, turning Pienaar inside out before shooting for the bottom left corner, but Pickford gets across to make a fine save.

John O'Shea, back in the Sunderland team to replace the suspended Djilobodji, is having a splendid afteroon so far, stopping Firmino in his tracks on the edge of the box after the Brazilian had evaded Kone.

There's another nasty looking injury, this time at the Liberty Stadium. Crystal Palace's Conor Wickham jarred his knee horribly after getting his boot stuck in the turf. He comes off on a stretcher with Andros Townsend replacing him.

And we are back underway in our 3pm games.

Half-time scores:

Hull City 0-1 West Brom

Liverpool 0-0 Sunderland

Swansea City 1-1 Crystal Palace

Leicester City 1-1 Middlesbrough

Philippe Coutinho

Here's something no Liverpool fan will wanted to have seen today. Philippe Coutinho has been stretchered off in the first-half against Sunderland with his right foot placed in a brace. Divock Origi replaces him.

The goals are flying in at the minute. Swansea are level again at the Liberty Stadium and once again they have Gylfi Sigurdsson to thank, with the Iceland international whipping in a terrific free kick from 20 yards out.

Goal! Swansea 1-1 Crystal Palace (Gylfi Sigurdsson, 36)

West Brom's goal-scoring spree continues, Gareth McAuley has just powered home a header from a corner; it's his fourth of the season!

Goal! Hull City 0-1 West Brom (Gareth McAuley, 34)

Mahrez makes no mistake, driving into the corner of the net and we are all level.

Goal! Leicester City 1-1 Middlesbrough (Rihyad Mahrez, 34)

Calum Chambers is judged to have handballed in the Leicester box but it looks to be an extremely harsh decision. Chambers is already booked, but he hasn't been shown another one here.

PENALTY - Leicester City

Uh oh, trouble for Liverpool. Philippe Coutinho is down clutching his foot. He's in some pain and a stretcher is being brought on.

Alvaro Negredo

Negredo's superb finish has given Boro the lead over champions Leicester.

Half a chance for Liverpool as Henderson wins possession in the middle of the park before freeing Clyne down the right. He finds Wijnaldum in the box but despite taking a touch to steady himself, fires wide of the target.

Palace take the lead at the Liberty Stadium. Christian Benteke flicks the ball into Zaha whose first touch is a good one. Shrugging off Neil Taylor he turns and fires low past Fabianski. The former Manchester United man had provided four assists in his last four games prior to this afternoon; now he has a goal of his own.

Goal! Swansea City 0-1 Crystal Palace (Wilfried Zaha, 19)

Just the one goal so far this afternoon and that has come at the King Power Stadium. Leicester City lost just three games last season in the league en route to becoming champions. Already this season, they have lost six times.

Boro take the lead at Leicester! Summer signing Alvaro Negredo has his first goal since the opening day of the season, sweeping home a superb effort after he was picked out brilliantly by Gaston Ramirez.

Goal! Leicester City 0-1 Middlesbrough (Alaro Negredo, 13)

As you'd expect, lots of early pressure from the home side at Anfield as they move the ball to and fro in front of the Sunderland box but a bank of white shirts in front of them is holding firm, denying them the space to pick through.

Philippe Coutinho gets on the ball for the first, time, swinging a cross into the Sunderland box but Jordan Pickford is out to confidently collect.

And we are off and underway in our four 3pm kick-offs...

That win at Burnley moves City back to the top of the Premier League, but Liverpool can leapfrog them again this afternoon if they win by two goals.

If they manage that, it could be a very short stay, however. Chelsea host Tottenham Hotspur at Stamford Bridge later this evening and a win will see them regain top spot.


Lovely day for it at Anfield...

Full-time: Burnley 1-2 Manchester City

A brace from Sergio Aguero has sent Pep Guardiola's side to the top of the Premier League. Dean Marney volleyed home from 25 yards to give the home side the lead after 14 minutes, but two scrappy finishes from the Argentine secured all three points for City.

Jurgen Klopp has named the same side that was held to a goalless draw down at Southampton last weekend but the interesting story is on the bench. 17-year-old Ben Woodburn sits among the subs this afternoon.

There is no place for the injured Adam Lallana (groin) and Daniel Sturridge (calf).

With Paddy McNair's season over, Steven Pienaar is recalled to the Sunderland midfield this afternoon. Papy Djilobodji was sent off with his side cruising at 3-0 last week so he will serve his suspension this afternoon with captain John O'Shea coming in at centre-half. Goal machine Victor Anichebe continues up front with Jermain Defoe.

After easing past Club Brugge on Tuesday, Leicester City make one change this afternoon. It's an enforced one, with Daniel Amartey coming in for the suspended Danny Drinkwater.

Middlesbrough are another team unchanged from last weekend. Nothing to see here.

Unchanged XIs is becoming a bit of a theme today. It's also as you were for Swansea City having won a deserved point away to Everton last time out. That means no place in the starting XI for Spaniards Fernando Llorente and Borja Baston.

Just one change for Crystal Palace this afternoon with Connor Wickham coming in to join Christian Benteke in attack.

Hull City lost heavily to Sunderland last time out but Mike Phelan has named an unchanged side to take on West Brom this afternoon. He is however boosted by the returns of Adama Dioamnde and Andrew Robertson on the bench.

Having cruised to a 4-0 win over Burnley on Monday, Tony Pulis had no reason to change his side and it's the same XI selected today.

Sunderland team to face Liverpool: Pickford, Jones, van Aanholt, O'Shea, Kone, Pienaar, Denayer, N'Dong, Watmore, Anichebe, Defoe

Subs: Mannone, Love, Januzaj, Manquillo, Khazri, Gooch, Larsson

BREAKING: David Moyes makes two enforced changes this afternoon with John O'Shea replacing the suspended Papy Djilobodji and Steven Pienaar coming into midfield.

Liverpool team to face Sunderland: Karius, Clyne, Matip, Lovren, Milner, Henderson, Can, Wijnaldum, Mane, Firmino, Coutinho.

Subs: Mignolet, Klavan, Moreno, Lucas, Ejaria, Origi, Woodburn

BREAKING: Liverpool remain unchanged from the side that beat Southampton last weekend. 17-year-old Ben Woodburn named on the bench.

Since losing to Burnley in August, Liverpool have only failed to score in a league match on two occasions, against Manchester United and Southampton last week. What was the common denominator in those games? No Adam Lallana.

Are Liverpool's struggles to score solely down to his absence? Not according to Jurgen Klopp.

Adam Lallana, as everybody knows well, is an important player but it is not about just him. The games against Man United and Southampton were completely different. You cannot compare. That is no reason for us. We don't know if we can bring the same formation. We have got a few guys who are struggling a little bit this week and we will have to make a few late decisions.

Team news: Sunderland

Sunderland this week lost midfielder Paddy McNair to a cruciate knee ligament injury that will rule him out for the rest of the season. Seb Larsson, Fabio Borini and Jan Kirchhoff are all close to returning, but today's game at Anfield comes too soon for the trio.

Team news: Liverpool

Daniel Sturridge is also expected to miss out this afternoon due to a calf injury. While it is not believed to be a major concern, Jurgen Klopp is unlikely to take any risks.

Team news: Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp has had no fresh injuries to contend with this season but Adam Lallana remains a doubt. The 27-year-old limped out of England's friendly with Spain earlier this month with a groin injury and missed the trip to former club Southampton last Saturday.

We have four games for you at 3pm this afternoon, the pick of those being Sunderland's trip to Liverpool. After consecutive wins over Bournemouth and Hull City, suddenly there is hope for the Black Cats who can climb out of the relegation zone if they win today.

That's a big if, though. A huge, sprawling mammoth of an if. While Southampton managed to keep them out last weekend, Jurgen Klopp's free-flowing Liverpool have been lethal at Anfield, putting six past Watford last time they played in front of their own fans. David Moyes will have to find a way of stopping that today.

Elsewhere, Bob Bradley is still after his first win as Swansea manager and might fancy his chances of doing that today against Crystal Palace, heaping more pressure on Alan Pardew in the process. Leicester City continue to soar in the Champions League but in the Premier League they sit just two points above the relegation zone.

Middlesbrough can leapfrog them in the table with a win at the King Power today.
Stick around, we'll be bringing you team news for all four games and be keeping you up to date with what happens at Turf Moor where Burnley are hosting Manchester City.