- Manchester City re-establish 14-point lead after beating Watford.
- Carlos Carvalhal loses first home as Swansea City manager against Tottenham Hotspur.
- Andy Carroll double helps West Ham United beat West Bromwich Albion and climb out of the bottom three.
- Roy Hodgson's Crystal Palace come from behind to overcome Southampton.
Premier League results
Manchester City 3-1 Watford
Southampton 1-2 Crystal Palace
Swansea City 0-2 Tottenham Hotspur
West Ham United 2-1 West Bromwich Albion
Well that brings an end to our live coverage from his bumper night of Premier League football.
We're back tomorrow night with Arsenal vs Chelsea, before Tottenham play again against West Ham on Thursday.
But until next time, it's goodbye.
City move 14 points clear at the top of the Premier League. Watford were spirited by two goals in the opening 13 minutes did for them. But despite the recent run, enough to be encouraged by for the Hornets.
Full time: Manchester City 3-1 Watford
Watford are demanding a penalty as they press City high up the pitch but Kevin Friend waves away the appeals. Four minutes added on.
Now then. Watford almost get a second by Kyle Walker touches the ball away from Gray as he closed in on goal. Silva's side have given this a real go.
Dele Alli celebrates putting Tottenham two to the good against Swansea.
GOAL! Manchester City 3-1 Watford (Andre Gray)
The Hornets fully deserve this goal for their display since the opening City salvo. Gray marks his return by slotting into an empty net. Hope for Watford?
Full time: West Ham 2-1 West Brom
GOAL! West Ham 2-1 West Brom (Andy Carroll)
Big moment for David Moyes and the Hammers. Marko Arnautovic plays provider for Carroll, who slides home at the back post from a tight angle.
Full time: Southampton 1-2 Crystal Palace
Full time: Swansea 0-2 Tottenham
Luka Milivojevic gives Palace the lead at St Mary's.
GOAL! Swansea 0-2 Tottenham (Dele Alli)
You can't keep Harry Kane out of any game. He comes off the bench to turn provider with a fine crossfield pass to release Alli who though he is denied by Fabianski he gets his feet sorted to smash home the follow-up. That'll be that.
Son Heung-Min goes down under a challenge from Fernandez and Robert Madley waves away the appeals. That is a second penalty he has denied Spurs in this second half. Will it prove to be significant?
Ayew and then Narsingh have shots blocked behind. Swansea fancy this heading into the final six minutes. But can they force an equaliser?
GOAL! Southampton 1-2 Crystal Palace (Luka Milivojević)
What a way to make up for that penalty miss at the weekend. Palace are 10 minutes away from a priceless win as Luka Milivojević sweeps a shot past McCarthy from 25 yards.
GOAL! Manchester City 3-0 Watford (Sergio Aguero)
As simple as you like as City make it three. Gomes spills a De Bruyne cross right at the feet of the Argentine who can't miss from five yards. Game over.
Son Heung-Min guides a volley to the back post and misses by a whisker. Swansea have fallen away somewhat.
Another Aguero miss as City look to put Watford put of sight. He flicks well off-target at the back post. can't help but feel the third goal is imminent.
GOAL! Southampton 1-1 Crystal Palace (James McArthur)
Palace level with 20 minutes left. Benteke wins a header in the box and he glances the ball into the path of McArthur who smashes home a volley from no more than seven yards.
OFF THE BAR! Now Swansea rattle the woodwork as Van der Hoorn causes problems and the ball its Vertonghen on the back and strikes the bar. Lloris was nowhere.
How are Swansea not level! Ayew goes through Eric Dier, past Hugo Lloris, survives a tackle from Vertonghen but Tottenham get the ball clear. So close for Swansea.
Tottenham's lead is perilous so Mauricio Pochettino calls for Harry Kane, who is on for the final quarter of the game in an effort to see the visitors over the line. Dele Alli meanwhile wants a penalty after he is pushed by Van der Hoorn, but the contact looked minimal.
Narsingh has made an immediate impact and he comes the closest to drawing Swansea level. The Dutchman scampers down the right but delays his shot until he is at a tight angle and Lloris is able to make an easy save at the near post.