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Alexis Sanchez ended his goal drought in emphatic style with a hat-trick during Arsenal's thumping 5-2 win at Leicester. Getty

Well, what a breathless afternoon of Premier League action that was. A superb victory for Arsenal as they come back from a goal down to end plucky Leicester's unbeaten run and a hat-trick from Alexis will be a timely confidence boost given his lackluster performances since winning the Copa America with Chile over the summer.

Manchester United had little trouble easing past a Sunderland side that have conceded 23 goals in all competitions so far this season and now sit top of the pile following rivals City's emphatic defeat at White Hart Lane earlier on today. Liverpool made incredibly hard work of their victory over Aston Villa but Rodgers will be delighted with that second-half brace from Sturridge.

A first win of the season for Stoke, but Bournemouth will be more concerned by that potentially serious injury suffered by Wilson. Swansea have entered something of a rut with a third defeat in four games away to Southampton and there is still an obvious gap to be bridged in terms of West Ham's home and away performances.

That is all from this particular live blog, but stay with IBTimes UK and click here for live updates of Chelsea's visit to Newcastle. See you there.


Leicester 2-5 Arsenal

Liverpool 3-2 Aston Villa

Manchester United 3-0 Sunderland

Southampton 3-1 Swansea

Stoke 2-1 Bournemouth

West Ham 2-2 Norwich

So many late goals on a quite ridiculous afternoon of Premier League football. Substitute Diouf, brought on for Bojan just past the hour mark, looks to have secured a first three points of the season for Stoke as he heads home Glen Johnson's cross. Cruel on Bournemouth.

Speaking of decisive late goals, West Ham have snatched a point at home to Norwich thanks to Kouyate's equaliser at the death. Manchester United extend their lead against hapless Sunderland as Mata scores from an Ashley Young cross and Giroud has notched Arsenal's fifth against Leicester.

Goal: Leicester 2-5 Arsenal (Olivier Giroud)

Goal: West Ham 2-2 Norwich (Cheikhou Kouyaté)

Goal: Manchester United 3-0 Sunderland (Juan Mata)

Surely Leicester are not about to spring the most miraculous of comebacks? Vardy has a brace as he sends home the rebound from Andrej Kramarić's initial shot.

Goal: Stoke 2-1 Bournemouth (Mame Biriam Diouf)

Goal: Leicester 2-4 Arsenal (Jamie Vardy)

A flurry of late goals across the Premier League as Alexis caps a brilliant afternoon for Arsenal in the east Midlands and completes his hat-trick by cutting in from the left-hand side and sending an effort past Kasper Schmeichel. Not even Leicester can come back from this.

Norwich have restored their slender lead at Upton Park courtesy of a fine individual goal from Redmond and Bournemouth have equalised against winless Stoke as Gosling shoots through a crowded penalty area.

Nothing more than a consolation for Swansea against Southampton as Sigurdsson converts from the penalty spot after Neil Taylor is fouled by Jose Fonte.

Goal: Southampton 3-1 Swansea (Gylfi Sigurdsson)

Goal: Stoke 1-1 Bournemouth (Dan Gosling)

Goal: West Ham 1-2 Norwich (Nathan Redmond)

Goal: Leicester 1-4 Arsenal (Alexis Sanchez)

Defending certainly not the order of the day at Anfield as the towering Gestede powers home a header from Jordan Amavi's cross. What a second half that is turning out to be.

Goal: Liverpool 3-2 Aston Villa (Rudy Gestede)

A quite mad couple of minutes on Merseyside, where Aston Villa reduce the deficit through summer signing Gestede's close-range finish before Sturridge replies immediately with his second of the afternoon after exchanging passes with Philippe Coutinho. Rodgers will be delighted to have him back in the fold.

On the south coast, Mane has wrapped up three points for Southampton and condemned Swansea to a third defeat in four matches.

Goal: Liverpool 3-1 Aston Villa (Daniel Sturridge)

Goal: Liverpool 2-1 Aston Villa (Rudy Gestede)

Goal: Southampton 3-0 Swansea (Saido Mane)

At Anfield, Liverpool have surely secured their first victory since 17 August in fine style as Sturridge fires a brilliant volley past Guzan. That is a first goal since March for a player who only returned from a long-term hip injury against Norwich last weekend.

There does not look likely to be another sensational comeback from Leicester on the horizon as the previously out-of-sorts Alexis doubles his tally for the afternoon by heading home a cross from Mesut Ozil.

Goal: Liverpool 2-0 Aston Villa (Daniel Sturridge)

Goal: Leicester 1-3 Arsenal (Alexis Sanchez)

One for the dubious goals panel to discuss at St Mary's as a strike from Tadic takes a big deflection off the leg of Ki Sung-yueng and loops beyond Lukasz Fabianski. Those half-time changes from Swansea do not appear to have had the desired impact.

Goal: Southampton 2-0 Swansea (Dusan Tadic)

Success immediately either side of the break for United as Martial tees up Rooney, who scores his first top-flight goal of the season despite the attentions of Lee Cattermole.

This is turning into a very good day indeed for players who had been struggling to score of late.

Goal: Manchester United 2-0 Sunderland (Wayne Rooney)

All games are now back underway. A few changes to note, not least from Swansea who have brought on Jefferson Montero and Eder for Jack Cork and Bafetimbi Gomis as they seek to overturn a one-goal deficit at Southampton.

Sunderland have also introduced Steven Fletcher in place of Adam Johnson.

Unconfirmed social media whispers that Wilson may have suffered ligament damage at Stoke. What an awful blow that would be for Bournemouth, who have already suffered rotten luck with injuries so far this season with record signing Tyrone Mings ruled out for the entire campaign with an anterior cruciate ligament problem.

Fellow summer recruit Max Gradel has also been sidelined for six months with a similar injury.


Manchester United 1-0 Sunderland

Manchester United have finally ended the stalemate on the stroke of half-time as Daley Blind plays a superb long ball towards Juan Mata and the Spaniard passes inside for Memphis to notch his first Premier League goal.

Goal: Manchester United 1-0 Sunderland (Memphis Depay)


Leicester 1-2 Arsenal

Liverpool 1-0 Aston Villa

Southampton 1-0 Swansea

Stoke 1-0 Bournemouth

West Ham 1-1 Norwich

Manchester United have been dominating proceedings against rock-bottom Sunderland, but they still cannot find a way through. Jeremain Lens a threat for the visitors.

Dimitri Payet the architect of West Ham's equaliser against Norwich, the former Marseille man finding Sakho who finishes with a low drive.

As for Arsenal, Alexis has banished any criticism relating to his recent goal drought and turned home a cross from Hector Bellerin. Leicester have become the masters of overturning deficits in recent weeks, however, so Wenger will know that this match is far from over.

Goal: Leicester 1-2 Arsenal (Alexis Sanchez)

Goal: West Ham 1-1 Norwich (Diafra Sakho)

No doubt still reeling from losing the services influential top scorer Wilson, Bournemouth have now gone behind in the Potteries as Walters nets from close range following good work from Marko Arnautović.

Stoke are without a win in the Premier League, remember, and have made their worst-ever start to a top-flight season.

Goal: Stoke 1-0 Bournemouth (Jon Walters)

The deadlock is yet to be broken at Old Trafford, where Sunderland's porous defence are holding out against the threat of Wayne Rooney, Anthony Martial, Memphis Depay and company.

Leicester's lead is shortlived as Walcott finishes off a swift counter attack for his third goal in five games. Meanwhile, Mathieu Flamini, fresh from his surprising brace in the north London derby against Tottenham in midweek, has been withdrawn through injury and replaced by Mikel Arteta.

Arsene Wenger is already without the services of Francis Coquelin today, although he does expect the combative Frenchman to return to training very soon.

Goal: Leicester 1-1 Arsenal (Theo Walcott)

Still goalless between Stoke and Bournemouth at the Britannia Stadium, but a huge injury worry for visiting boss Eddie Howe as Callum Wilson is stretchered off and replaced by Glenn Murray.

Wilson, who was the Cherries' top scorer during their promotion season with 23 goals in all competitions and already has five to his name this term, sustained a heavy challenge from Philipp Wollscheid and tried to run it off before breaking down.

Vardy continues his excellent run of form for unbeaten Leicester as he controls Danny Drinkwater's long pass before rifling an effort past Petr Cech. The England international had hit the post just minutes before.

At Southampton, defender Van Dijk has scored his first goal since an £11.5m deadline day move from Scottish champions Celtic after heading home from James Ward-Prowse's corner.

Goal: Leicester 1-0 Arsenal (Jamie Vardy)

Goal: Southampton 1-0 Swansea (Virgil van Dijk)

West Ham have been fantastic away from home under Slaven Bilic, but their home form is less sparkling and a mistake from captain Mark Noble has allowed summer signing Brady to give Alex Neil's Norwich an early lead at Upton Park.

Goal: West Ham 0-1 Norwich (Robbie Brady)

Jurgen Klopp and Carlo Ancelotti have both been mentioned as potential replacements for Rodgers this week and many thought he sounded like a beaten man during his weekly pre-match press conference on Friday afternoon. Three points this afternoon would obviously not solve all of Liverpool's problems, but the manager might be grateful for a bit of respite.

Just two minutes into the game at Anfield and Liverpool are in front as former Aston Villa midfielder Milner fires a low shot beyond Brad Guzan. Exactly the tonic required for an under pressure Rodgers following defeats to Manchester United and West Ham as well as that disappointing draw with Norwich and a wretched performance at home to League Two Carlisle United in the third round of the Capital One Cup.

Goal: Liverpool 1-0 Aston Villa (James Milner)

We are now underway in this afternoon's 15:00 BST Premier League kick-offs. Plenty of intriguing subplots to unfold around the country, no doubt.

West Ham v Norwich

West Ham: Adrian, Jenkinson, Tomkins, Reid, Cresswell, Kouyate, Noble, Lanzini, Payet, Moses, Sakho

Subs: Randolph, Collins, Obiang, Antonio, Carroll, Zarate, Jelavic

Norwich: Ruddy, Whittaker, Martin, Bassong, Olsson, Howson, Dorrans, Tettey, Brady, Hoolahan, Jerome

Subs: Rudd, Wisdom, Grabban, Mbokani, Redmond, R Bennett, O'Neil

Stoke v Bournemouth

Stoke: Butland, Johnson, Cameron, Wollscheid, Pieters, Whelan, Adam, Shaqiri, Bojan, Arnautovic, Walters

Subs: Given, Muniesa, Joselu, Afellay, van Ginkel, Diouf, Crouch

Bournemouth: Boruc, Francis, Cook, Distin, Daniels, Ritchie, Gosling, Surman, Pugh, Tomlin, Wilson

Subs: Federici, Cargill, Smith, Bennett, MacDonald, King, Murray

Southampton v Swansea

Southampton: Stekelenburg, Cédric, Fonte, Van Dijk, Bertrand, Wanyama, Ward-Prowse, S. Davis, Mané, Tadić, Pelle

Subs: K. Davis, Yoshida, Long, Rodriguez, Romeu, Martina, Juanmi

Swansea: Fabiankski, Naughton, Williams, Fernandez, Taylor, Cork, Ki Sung-Yueng, Shelvey, Sigurdsson, Ayew, Gomis

Subs: Nordfeldt, Rangel, Bartley, Britton, Routledge, Montero, Eder

Liverpool v Aston Villa

Liverpool: Mignolet, Clyne, Skrtel, Sakho, Moreno, Can, Lucas, Milner, Coutinho, Ings, Sturridge

Subs: Bogdan, Toure, Gomez, Lallana, Allen, Origi, Ibe

Aston Villa: Guzan, Hutton, Richards, Lescott, Amavi, Sanchez, Gana, Westwood, Gestede, Grealish, Sinclair

Subs: Bunn, Clark, Bacuna, Veretout, Ayew, Traore, Gil

Leicester v Arsenal

Leicester: Schmeichel, De Laet, Huth, Morgan, Schlupp, Mahrez, Kantè, Drinkwater, Albrighton, Okazaki, Vardy

Subs: Schwarzer, King, Simpson, Kramarić, Ulloa, Inler, Dodoo

Arsenal: Cech, Bellerin, Koscielny, Mertesacker, Monreal, Flamini, Cazorla, Ramsey, Ozil, Alexis, Walcott

Subs: Ospina, Debuchy, Gibbs, Arteta, Chambers, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Giroud

Manchester United v Sunderland

Manchester United: De Gea, Valencia, Smalling, Blind, Darmian, Schneiderlin, Carrick, Mata, Rooney, Memphis, Martial

Subs: Romero, Jones, Herrera, Schweinsteiger, Pereira, Young, Fellaini

Sunderland: Pantilimon, Jones, van Aanholt, O'Shea, Kaboul, Cattermole, M'Vila, Johnson, Toivonen, Lens, Borini

Subs: Larsson, Gomez, Defoe, Coates, Yedlin, Fletcher, Mannone

Team news on its way shortly, but a reminder that you can follow the remaining 35 minutes of Tottenham v Manchester City with IBTimes UK here. Toby Alderweireld's header has just given the hosts a 2-1 lead.

We will also have live coverage of Newcastle v Chelsea in the evening kick-off from St James' Park.

With Tottenham and Manchester City currently level at one-goal apiece during the early stages of the second half at White Hart Lane, we momentarily switch our focus to the mid-afternoon matches in the Premier League.

There are no fewer than six 15:00 BST kick-offs today, with Claudio Rainieri's Leicester, the only side in the top-flight not to have lost a game so far this season, putting their unbeaten record to the test against Arsenal at the King Power Stadium. Elsewhere, troubled Sunderland's fortunes could get a whole lot worse as the visit Old Trafford and Brendan Rodgers will be desperate to halt speculation over his future as Liverpool welcome Aston Villa to Anfield.

Southampton host Swansea on the south coast, Bournemouth travel to winless Stoke and West Ham will look to capitalise on their latest excellent away performance at home to Norwich.

We will bring you breaking team news, confirmed line-ups and live updates from around the grounds right here.