David Moyes
Will fans' trust in David Moyes be repaid with a win for Manchester United today?
  • Manchester United 1-1 Southampton
  • Arsenal 3-1 Norwich
  • Chelsea 4-1 Cardiff
  • Everton 2-1 Hull
  • Stoke 0-0 West Brom
  • Swansea 4-0 Sunderland

4:55pm: That's full time across the board, with Arsenal and Chelsea posting convincing wins while once again Manchester United have dropped points against opposition that in seasons before you would assume they would have beaten. Swansea batter a sorry Sunderland and Stoke and West Brom finish a 0-0 draw without many highlights. Everton, meanwhile are still doing very well with new manager Roberto Martinez defeating Hull 2-1.

4:48pm: GOAL! Mesut Ozil scores another and Arsenal are now up 4-1 over Norwich. If you didn't think the Gunners were a title threat before it's time to change your thinking.

4:46pm: GOAL! Southampton equalise against Manchester United, looks like we could have that upset on the cards! Dejan Lovren takes the Saints to 1-1 with just minutes to go.

4:44pm: GOAL! Aaron Ramsey, Arsenal's latest scoring machine, puts the side back into a safe position with a 3-1 lead over Norwich going into the final minutes.

4:43pm: Here's Samuel Eto'o as he scores his goal against Cardiff amongst a host of defenders -

Samuel Eto'o
Samuel Eto'o scores against Cardiff.

4:40pm: GOAL! Chelsea score again thanks to Eden Hazard who has been particularly influential for the side over the course of the game. Looks like it's game over at Stamford Bridge.

4:38pm: GOAL! Swansea are now up 4-0 against Sunderland thanks to Chico Flores. The Black Cats are certainly favourites for relegation right now and it's only getting worse for them.

4:35pm: GOAL! Oscar scores for Chelsea to take the side to a more comfortable 3-1 against Cardiff. The Blues have found their scoring touch and although Cardiff's defence has been gallant it just doesn't stand up when Jose Mourinho's attacking line-up are at their best.

4:33pm: Robin van Persie celebrates his goal with United's golden youngster Adnan Januzaj

Robin van Persie
Robin van Persie scores for Manchester United.

4:30pm: GOAL! Spoke too soon - Norwich score thanks to Jonny Howson to take the side to 1-2 with Arsenal. Per Mertesacker contributed to that with poor defending and now it's all back on at the Emirates.

4:30pm: Final 20 minutes now and all three Premier League giants are in the winning seats. Arsenal looking more confortable than United and Chelsea right now, will there be any upsets?

4:27pm: Here's Jack Wilshere scoring the opening goal against Norwich - definitely a contender for goal of the weekend at least!

Jack Wilshere
Jack Wilshere scores against Norwich.

4:26pm: GOAL! Chelsea's Samuel Eto'o takes the Blues into a more comfortable position against Cardiff thanks to a classy goal with an assist from Eden Hazard.

4:26pm: Manchester United's efforts are not going unnoticed with Wayne Rooney having hit the woodwork twice in this match so far. A goal seems a matter of time for Moyes' men as they look to put a second on the board.

4:23pm: GOAL! Swansea's Wilfried Bony scores a penalty to take the side to 3-0 against a sorry Sunderland.

4:19pm: GOAL! Steven Piennar puts Everton up 2-1 against Hull.

4:18pm: GOAL! The magical Mesut Ozil scores for Arsenal to take the side to 2-0 against Norwich. Cue fans in euphoric hysterics.Santi Cazorla had a big hand in that, giving the Germany international the perfect cross to that the Gunners can effecitvely shut down the game. It's a long way back for Norwich now.

4:18pm: GOAL! Swansea put another on the board thanks to Jonathan de Guzman

4:16pm: GOAL! Swansea get one on the board thanks to an own goal from Sunderland's Phil Bardsley. Not a good first goal for incoming manager Gus Poyet to see in his first match with the Black Cats.

4:05pm: And we're back underway for what will no doubt be an exciting half of football!

4:00pm: In Arsenal's case, the Gunners are still in their fine Premier League form and although they only held 53% possession the side had nine shots with four on target. Norwich on the other hand have had just two shots on target.

3:58pm: Chelsea's stats tell a very different story to United and the Blues have had a whopping 77% of the possession for the match so far. With 12 shots on goal to Cardiff's four they are very much in the driving seat but a decent defence from the Welsh side has kept them at bay apart from the one goal.

3:55pm: In United's match-up with Southampton the Red Devils are looking the goods again with both Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie shining for the side. Both have close to equal possession with 51% for United and 49% for Southampton and while the Saints have had as many opportunities on goal they haven't been about to capitalise.

3:50pm: It's half time for all six matches in the Premier League's Super Saturday.

3:45pm: While Norwich have gotten back in the game against Arsenal, United are on fire against Southampton with Robin van Persie showing he's back to his best for the side.

3:35pm: GOAL! Chelsea equalise with Cardiff much to Jose Mourinho's relief, with Eden Hazard scoring in a bizaar goal which involved a scrap with keeper David Marshall and Samuel Eto'o. There's bound to be lots of controversy over that one, with many questioning if Marshall had control of the ball as it was knocked out of his hands.

3:32pm: GOAL! Yannick Sagbo equalises against Everton to take Hull to 1-1 against the hosts.

3:30pm: Once again Adnan Januzaj is a key man in United's attacking line-up - it was his pass that put Wayne Rooney in the position to shoot for goal and then van Persie took the rebound. Moyes will certainly be glad he signed the youngster for the next five years.

3:26pm: GOAL! Robin van Persie gets on the board for Manchester United to put David Moyes' men up 1-0 against Southampton at Old Trafford.

3:20pm: GOAL! Jack Wilshere finds the back of the net for Arsenal to set up an advantage over Norwich, thanks to help from Olivier Giroud and Santi Cazorla. If the Gunners continue to break through their opposition's defence like this it'll be a long day for the Canaries.

3:15pm: Manchester United and Southampton have both had their chances on goal care of some handy work from Steven Davis and Jay Rodriguez and at the other end from Robin van Persie. The Red Devils have sorely missed their go-to man and he looks to be pushing hard in attack.

3:10pm: GOAL! Chelsea are in trouble after Cardiff put one on the board early to shock Jose Mourinho's men. Jordan Mutch takes advantage of some poor defending by David Luiz to steal the Brazilian's pass and go straight past Petr Cech.

3:08pm: GOAL! Kevin Mirallas puts the Toffees ahead against Hull thanks to a huge mistake from keeper Allan McGregor.

3:00pm: And we're off with all six Premier League games kicking off!

2:46pm: To recap on the drama earlier, Newcastle and Liverpool drew 2-2 in the first Premier League match to take place after the Premier League break. The Toon were down to 10 men before half time but Brendan Rodgers' men were unable to captalise on this though once again Daniel Sturridge and Luis Suarez looked dangerous up front.

2:41pm: Line-ups for Stoke v West Brom

Stoke line-up: Begovic, Wilkinson, Shawcross, Huth, Pieters, Ireland, Nzonzi, Adam, Walters, Arnautovic, Assaidi. Subs: Whelan, Palacios, Jones, Wilson, Crouch, Etherington, Sorensen.

West Brom line-up: Myhill, Billy Jones, McAuley, Olsson, Ridgewell, Yacob, Mulumbu, Amalfitano, Sessegnon, Berahino, Anichebe. Subs: Morrison, Long, Brunt, Luke Daniels, Vydra, Dawson, Anelka.

For Swansea v Sunderland

Swansea starting side: Vorm, Rangel, Chico, Amat, Davies, Britton, de Guzman, Michu, Dyer, Routledge, Bony

Sunderland starting side: Westwood, Celustka, Bardsley, O'Shea, Roberge, Cattermole, Johnson, Larsson, Gardner, Giaccherini, Fletcher.

2:35pm: Line-ups for Manchester United v Southampton

Manchester United starting squad: De Gea; Rafael, Jones, Evans, Evra, Nani, Carrick, Fellaini, Januzaj, Rooney, van Persie.

Southampton starting squad: Boruc, Clyne, Fonte, Lovren, Shaw, Wanyama, Schneiderlin, S. Davis, Lallana, Rodriguez, Osvaldo

For Arsenal v Norwich

Arsenal starting squad: Szczesny, Sagna, Koscielny, Mertesacker, Gibbs, Wilshere, Arteta, Flamini, Cazorla, Ozil, Giroud

Norwich starting squad: Ruddy; Martin, Bassong, Turner, Olsson; Tettey, Fer, Howson; Snodgrass, Pilkington, Hooper.

For Chelsea v Cardiff

Chelsea starting squad: Cech; Ivanovic, D Luiz, Terry, Bertrand; Ramires, Lampard; Willian, Mata, Hazard; Eto'o

Cardiff starting squad: Marshall; Taylor, Caulker, Turner, Whittingham, Medel, Odemwingie, Gunnarsson, Mutch, Cowie, Theophile-Catherine.

For Everton v Hull

Everton line-up: Howard, Coleman, Jagielka, Distin, Baines, McCarthy, Barry, Mirallas, Barkley, Osman, Lukaku. Subs: Robles, Jelavic, Kone, Deulofeu, Naismith, Pienaar, Stones.

Hull line-up: McGregor, Rosenior, Davies, Faye, Figueroa, Elmohamady, Huddlestone, Livermore, Brady, Aluko, Graham. Subs: Bruce, Meyler, McShane, Boyd, Sagbo, Harper, Quinn.

2:30pm: Good afternoon and welcome to the IBTimes UK live blog on a particularly super Saturday for the Premier League. Six mammoth fixtures coming up leaves for an exciting afternoon ahead as Manchester United take on Southampton, Arsenal face Norwich, Chelsea play Cardiff, Everton and Hull face one another, and Stoke and West Brom as well as Swansea and Sunderland fill out the Saturday afternoon. Isn't it great to get back into club football again?