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3pm: Bournemouth 1-0 Everton

3pm: Middlesbrough 1-2 Tottenham Hotspur

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3pm: Sunderland 2-2 Crystal Palace

3pm Swansea City 1-3 Manchester City

Raheem Sterling
Sterling put the result beyond doubt with a fine third. Getty Images

Well that brings an end to all of the 3pm Premier League kick-offs. Wins for Manchester City, Tottenham, Crystal Palace, Bournemouth and Liverpool, while Stoke and West Brom draw 1-1 in Tony Pulis' 1,000th game as a manager. Join me this way to following live coverage of Arsenal vs Chelsea. See you in a bit.

Full time: Bournemouth 1-0 Everton

Long delay on the way at Bournemouth, who lead Everton 1-0, as Adam Smith is down with a head injury.

Full time: Sunderland 2-3 Crystal Palace

Full time: Middlesbrough 1-2 Tottenham

Goal: Sunderland 2-3 Crystal Palace (Christian Benteke)

Full time: Swansea City 1-3 Manchester City

Full time: Stoke City 1-1 West Bromwich Albion

Tottenham have pressed high and not allowed Middlesbrough a sniff during stoppage time. Look like seeing this one through.

Goal: Stoke 1-1 West Bromwich Albion (Salomon Rondon)

Five added minutes at the Riverside Stadium. Spurs holding firm for now.

Adama Traore has helped revitalise Middlesbrough but he is yet to add substance to his display - something the hosts badly need with four minutes left.

Kevin de Bruyne off for City with what looks like a hamstring injury. Trouble, ahead of the Champions League trip to Celtic.

Spurs struggling to kill Middlesbrough off in this second half. Erik Lamela is on and he produces a save from Valdes with a scooped left-foot shot. Seven minutes left.

Goal: Sunderland 2-2 Crystal Palace (James McArthur)

Goal: Swansea 1-3 Manchester City (Raheem Sterling)

Game, set and match at the Liberty Stadium. Swansea throw players forward, perhaps too early, and City break with three on one. De Bruyne feeds Sterling, who uses Aguero as the perfect foil, ghosts past Naughton and passes ruthlessly into the net.

Goal: Swansea 1-2 Manchester City (Sergio Aguero)

City back in front thanks to Sergio Aguero, but some debate to be had about the penalty awarded. De Bruyne is knocked off the ball by Van der Hoorn and the referee points to the spot. Aguero is as calm as you like, sending the ball down the middle.

Goal: Middlesbrough 1-2 Tottenham (Ben Gibson)

Middlesbrough have been vastly improved since half time and the Riverside crowd have responded. The hosts pull one back when Stewart Downing's free-kick from the left finds Gibson, who head back across goal and beyond Lloris.

Penalty to Manchester City

Goal: Sunderland 2-1 Crystal Palace (Joe Ledley)

Goal: Sunderland 2-0 Crystal Palace (Jermain Defoe)

The chances keep coming at the Liberty Stadium. Silva feeds Aguero who decided against taking it on first time, takes a touch, and thus allow Amat to deflect his effort over the bar.

Gylfi Sigurdsson should have Swansea ahead in a game which is still going at a 100mph. Routledge gets the better of Clichy like he has all afternoon and he carves out a cushioned cross which Sigurdsson takes first time on the volley but he can't hit the target.

Vincent Janssen lashes the ball over after being put through by Ali. Tottenham looking to put Middlesbrough out of sight early in this second half.

Players back out for the second halves across the country and we're back underway.

Half time in each of our four other 3pm kick-offs. Bournemouth lead Everton at the Vitality Stadium, while Sunderland are ahead thanks to a Jermain Defoe goal against Crystal Palace. Stoke and West Brom is a stalemate in Tony Pulis' 1,000th league game as a manager, while Liverpool are thumping 10-man Hull City - a game you can follow here.

Half time: Swansea 1-1 Manchester City

Real character shown by Francesco Guidolin's men, just when he needed it most. Sergio Aguero netted his customary goal after eight minutes, but the Swans matched City step for step from that moment on and equalised immediately through Fernando Llorente's fine strike.

Half time: Middlesbrough 0-2 Tottenham

Completely one-way traffic at the Riverside. It's 2-0 thanks to Son Heung-Min but it should have been more. Hope for Boro, but few other positives after a woeful first half display.

Fabianski at full stretch to prevent Kolarvo poking City in front for a second time after Otamendi kept the ball in brilliantly from a free-kick. Into added on time across the country.

Tottenham miss an absolute sitter for 3-0. Calum Chambers is robbed by Christian Eriksen on the edge of his own box, and the Dane plays in Alli who scoops the ball over Valdes but also over the bar.

Gundogan just can't gather Silva's pass as City threaten a second. Swansea very much in this game but City having all the chances.

Goal: Sunderland 1-0 Crystal Palace (Jermain Defoe)

Dele Alli wants a penalty after he gets the wrong side of Stuani and is felled by the Boro forward in the area. The appeals are waved away by it can't detract from Tottenham's dominance in this game. Middlesbrough need half time, badly.

Tottenham could and should have gone three up. Son is the architect again and it takes an onrushing Valdes to prevent Sissoko opening his account for Tottenham.

De Bruyne in for City. Sterling and Aguero combine beautifully to carve Swansea apart but the Belgian can't finish it off, passing wide.

Swansea have not allowed Man City to settle in this first half, bullying them in attack and out-passing them in midfield. Van der Hoorn directs a header goalwards but he can't find the target.

Middlesbrough have not won in the league this season and you can see why. They're not aggressive enough without the ball nor considered enough in possession. Granted, the wind is making playing cohesive football a little tough, but Aitor Karanka won't be looking for excuses with this start.

Goal: Middlesbrough 0-2 Tottenham (Son Heung-Min)

It has been a shambolic start from the hosts and Tottenham, without Harry Kane, are running away with this. Son takes the ball to the byline but with Middlesbrough standing off he comes back on himself and unleash a shot which beats Valdes at the far post. Fine strike and it is only what Spurs deserve.

Goal: Bournemouth 1-0 Everton (Junior Stanislas)

City are still threatening despite being pegged back and Raheem Sterling almost puts them ahead for a second time, but he can't rein in Clichy's long ball.

Kevin de Bruyne gets his first sight of goal from a free-kick but he blazes it over. Meanwhile at the Liberty Stadium, another look at that save from Bravo to keep out Llorente, prior to the equalsier, when Naughton's cross was directed goalwards. The Spaniard has his first Premier League goal now though.

Goal: Swansea 1-1 Manchester City (Fernando Llorente)

Claudio Bravo makes a fine save to keep Swansea from levelling, but he can't keep this one out. Bacary Sagna's slip allows Llorente in, but still with a lot to do the Spaniard brings the ball down and smashes it on the half volley into the corner. Great start to this game.

Goal: Swansea City 0-1 Manchester City (Sergio Aguero)

Back from suspension and back among the goals; Sergio Aguero puts Manchester City on course for 10 wins out of 10. Sagna is allowed to play a simple ball to Aguero, who turns Jordi Amat and slams home from eight yards. Too easy and the pressure swells on Francesco Guidolin.

Goal: Middlesbrough 0-1 Tottenham (Son Heung-Min)

Spurs have started like a house on fire and they have the lead inside seven minutes. Son plays a one-two with Janssen, who holds the ball up well and feeds the South Korea who steadies himself and drives home his fifth league goal of the season.

Now Valdes into the action and he pushes away a Dele Alli drive. Middlesbrough gave him far too much space outside the penalty area to hit that one.

Alvaro Negredo breaks the Tottenham offside trap but Lloris comes out to clear the danger. The is a huge gale swirling around the Riverside this afternoon, which could cause havoc for both goalkeepers.

Tottenham have sprung out of the traps. Kyle Walker plays an inside ball for Moussa Sissoko, who lashes the ball over the bar with his left foot from 20 yards. Decent effort but Valdes was untested.

Underway across the country in the Premier League. Beautiful sunny save in the north east, whereas it is slightly gray and dark in south Wales.

Players out in our featured Premier League games. Kick-off fast approaching.

Approaching kick-off across the country in the Premier League, and it is prediction time. Here are my picks from the 3pm kick-offs, include your predictions below.

Bournemouth 1-2 Everton

Liverpool 3-0 Hull City

Middlesbrough 1-1 Tottenham

Sunderland 1-0 Crystal Palace

Stoke City 0-2 West Bromwich Albion

Swansea 0-3 Manchester City

So just over 20 minutes to go until the Premier League action is kicked back into gear. Remember, here you can follow Swansea vs Man City and Middlesbrough vs Spurs as well as three other games, while on the other side there is Hull City's trip to Liverpool Plenty to keep you occupied until teatime, when Arsenal host Chelsea.

Full time at Old Trafford where Manchester United have beaten Leicester City 4-1. Jose Mourinho oversees his best display as United boss, but all the headlines will be about Wayne Rooney who began the game on the bench before coming on as a second half substitute.

Fantasy Football players across the country will be thrilled at the news that Sergio Aguero returns for Manchester City this afternoon. The Argentine has endured an up and down campaign, with almost as many injuries as goals but once again he represents the trump card for Pep Guardiola.

Four changes for Swansea from the defeat in mid-week. Lukasz Fabianski is installed in goal, Leroy Fer comes into the midfield while Gylfi Sigurdsson and Fernando Llorente will spearhead the attack.

City welcome back Sergio Aguero and David Silva. Vincent Kompany misses out with Nicolas Otamendi his replacement alongside John Stones.

Three changes for Middlesbrough in all from the loss at Everton, which sees Arsenal loanee Calum Chambers come in to the defence ahead of Ayala. Clayton and Stuani are recalled.

Tottenham leave Erik Lamela on the bench while Mousa Dembele misses out through injury. Moussa Sissoko starts with Vincent Janssen up front.

So how will this afternoon's coverage work? From 3pm we will have all the updates from five of the six scheduled Premier league matches. For those wanting to follow Liverpool vs Hull City, we have a dedicated live blog for such an occasion already underway, here.

As for Swansea vs Manchester City, a repeat of the mid-week EFL Cup game, both sides are expected to ring the changes. Borja Baston could make his first league start for the Swans, but Nathan Dyer will miss out after surgery.

Sergio Aguero is available again for Man City after suspension but captain Vincent Kompany is likely to out again after going off at the Liberty Stadium in mid-week.

We're due confirmation of all the line-ups for the 3pm matches at the top of the hour, but what can we expect for the teams in our featured games, starting with Middlesbrough vs Tottenham?

Boro are expected to recall Cristhian Stuani and Jordan Rhobes are injury, but are missing Grant Leaditter and Fabio da Silva.

Harry Kane is missing for Spurs, bring an end to a run of 71 consecutive Premier League starts. Danny Rose could return from a hamstring problem while Mousa Dembele and Eric Dier are also in contention.

It will not have escaped your attention I am sure, that Manchester United and Leicester are currently doing battle in the lunchtime kick-off at Old Trafford. The second half has just got underway, with a Wayne Rooney-less home side 4-0 to the good. Follow the rest of the game here before we get down to the nitty gritty of the 3pm kick-offs.

With Gillingham having not posed a worthwhile test in mid-week, Tottenham start life without their talisman Harry Kane in earnest this afternoon when they travel to newly-promoted Middlesbrough - who are still awaiting their first home win of the season. That is one of six 3pm kick-offs in the Premier League, with a repeat of the EFL Cup third round meeting on Wednesday between Swansea and early leaders Manchester City the other stand-out game. We'll have live coverage of all the goals in the top flight this afternoon, and build up and team news for the afternoon games from. Consider yourself parked.