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Premier League results [3pm kick-offs]

Bournemouth 0-0 Leicester City

Manchester United 4-0 Crystal Palace

Stoke City 2-1 Southampton

West Bromwich Albion 2-2 Watford

West Ham United 1-0 Swansea City


Well that brings an end to our coverage of the 3pm kick-offs. Join us on the Chelsea Man City live blog for coverage of the blue ribbon game of the day.


Well a frantic finish in the Premier League but we have finally reached full time across the country.

Manchester United thumped Crystal Palace 4-0, with Marouane Fellaini netting twice.

Peter Crouch scored the winner against former club Southampton as Stoke won 2-1 at the Bet365 Stadium.

Watford came from to behind to draw with West Brom, while Diafra Sakho grabbed a late winner as West Ham beat Swansea.

Bournemouth and Leicester meanwhile played out a goalless draw on the south coast.


Full time: Stoke 2-1 Southampton


Full time: West Brom 2-2 Watford, West Ham 1-0 Swansea


GOAL! West Brom 2-2 Watford (Richarlison)


Full time: Bournemouth 0-0 Leicester


Full time: Manchester United 4-0 Crystal Palace


GOAL! West Ham United 1-0 Swansea City (Diafra Sakho)


GOAL! Stoke 2-1 Southampton (Peter Crouch)


GOAL! Manchester United 4-0 Crystal Palace (Romelu Lukaku)

Lukaku gets in on the act as United get their fourth.


Anthony Martial should have continued his fine record of scoring goals off the bench but he slides wide after Ander Herrera's through pass. United have cruised through most of this second half. Such a chasm between the two sides.


GOAL! Stoke 1-1 Southampton (Maya Yoshida)


Romelu Lukaku should have United four-nil to the good but he inexplicably misses the target from 12 yards. Palace look like conceding every time the hosts go forward; they've been hopeless at the back.


McArthur and Riedewald on for Schlupp and Puncheon as Palace search for this elusive goal. Twenty two minutes left to get it.


Just the one goal in the second half of games in the Premier League as we approach the final quarter of the matches. If you want to follow the build-up to the late game, Chelsea vs Manchester City, then head this way for all the team news.


In the week in which Carlo Ancelotti became a free agent, not good timing for Slaven Bilic.


The game might be gone for Palace but ending their run without a goal is key now for Roy Hodgson's side, ahead of facing Chelsea after the international break.


Marouane Fellaini celebrates putting Manchester United further ahead.

Marouane Fellaini
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GOAL! Manchester United 3-0 Crystal Palace (Marouane Fellaini)

Too easy for United again. Rashford's free-kick finds Fellaini three yards out and he glances the ball into an empty net. Game over.


The reason behind the lack of updates from the London Stadium.


Back under way in the second half of our 3pm kick-off, including at Old Trafford.


So we have reached the mid-way point in our five 3pm kick-offs and we have six goals to stew on.

In our featured game at Old Trafford, it has been all Manchester United with Juan Mata and Marouane Fellaini scoring the goals. Crystal Palace are heading for a record seventh straight Premier League defeat at the start of the season.

Elsewhere, Stoke lead Southampton through Mame Biram Diouf's header but it could have been more but Fraser Forster saved Saido Berahino's penalty.

West Brom soared into a two-goal lead over Watford thanks to Salomon Rondon and Jonny Evans, but Abdoulaye Doucouré's effort ensures the Hornets remain in the contest.

It is goalless at Bournemouth, who are being held by Leicester; and West Ham who are taking on Swansea.


Half time: Stoke City 1-0 Southampton