Full time results:
Bournemouth 3-0 Norwich City
Chelsea 3-3 Everton
Manchester City 4-0 Crystal Palace
Southampton 3-0 West Brom
Newcastle United 2-1 West Ham

Chelsea have scored a late, late, late equaliser! It's the skipper John Terry who finds the back of the net with a neat backheel in the 97th minute of injury time. One problem though, Terry was clearly offside. The officials have made a big error there and Roberto Martinez will rightfully be upset with that.

Goal! Chelsea 3-3 Everton (John Terry)

Full time whistles being blown across the country now, Manchester City have sealed an emphatic 4-0 win over Palace.

Rob Elliot denies West Ham an equaliser! Kouyate's header is batted away and Newcastle immediately embark on a counter attack. Luckily for them, Mitrovic is leading it and to the surprise of no one, his tame effort is blocked. The ball breaks to Sissoko but he lashes another terrible effort clean over the bar.

Everton have taken the lead again in the 90th minute! Gerard Deulofeu picks out a wonderful cross from deep that bypasses everyone... except for Funes Mori who arrives at the back post to steer home!

Goal! Chelsea 2-3 Everton (Funes Mori)

Sergio Aguero is a good egg, isn't he? On a hat-trick, the Argentine unselfishly squaring the ball to David Silva who has the easy job of slotting home his side's fourth after another brilliant move.

Goal! Manchester City 4-0 Crystal Palace (David Silva)

Another change for Newcastle as Ayoze Perez is replaced by Yoann Gouffran.

Another chance wasted by Newcastle! Shelvey again is at the heart of the move, threading an excellent ball through for Mitrovic who cuts inside his man in the box with the goal at his mercy. He opens up his body and tries to side foot one into the far corner, but instead he drives it straight at Adrian. Woeful.

Goal! Bournemouth 3-0 Norwich City (Benik Afobe)

Newcastle have been a little careless in the last few minutes, inviting West Ham onto them. Steve McClaren's side should have scored at least four or five today, going forward his side have looked dangerous with Janmaat in particular excelling down the right, but their finishing has been fairly awful.

City make it three with Aguero capping a wonderful move between him, Yaya Toure and Kevin de Bruyne. They are cruising to three points now.

Goal! Manchester City 3-0 Crystal Palace (Sergio Aguero)

Chelsea are level! Two goals in two minutes! Tim Howard is at fault for the first as he misreads a long ball, allowing Costa to scamper in and slot home. Before Everton have time to dust themselves off, their lead is wiped away when Cesc Fabregas' shot takes a big deflection to carry it into the bottom corner.

Chelsea 2-2 Everton (Cesc Fabregas)

Chelsea 2-1 Everton (Diego Costa)

A change for Newcastle, Henri Saivet comes on for his debut, replacing Paul Dummett.

Everton have doubled their lead at Stamford Bridge! Again it comes from a delivery from Baines with Mirallas meeting it this time, taking a touch before smashing it into the roof of the net.

Goal! Chelsea 0-2 Everton (Kevin Mirallas)

Goal! Bournemouth 2-0 Norwich City (Charlie Daniels)

West Ham have pulled one back, will Newcastle pay the price for all these missed opportunities to kill the game off? It;s an awful back pass from Mbemba that sets Jelavic free and he has the easy task of rounding Elliot before slotting home.

Goal! Newcastle United 2-1 West Ham (Nikica Jelavic)

Newcastle have been excellent today but their finishing has been absolutely woeful again. A simple one two between Sissoko and Wijnaldum sees the Dutchman receive the ball in the six yard area completely free, but he skews his effort wide.

Everton are ahead at Chelsea! Leighton Baines whips a wicked ball into the box that Terry bundles into the back of his own net under pressure from Romelu Lukaku.

Goal! Chelsea 0-1 Everton (John Terry OG)

One change for West Ham at half time, Jelavic is being thrown on to replace Obiang.

And we are back underway for the second half of this afternoon's games.

Half time scores:
Bournemouth 1-0 Norwich City
Chelsea 0-0 Everton
Southampton 2-0 West Brom
Manchester City 2-0 Crystal Palace
Newcastle United 2-0 West Ham United

We are approaching half time in our five 3pm kick offs.

Sergio Aguero has doubled City's lead against Palace. Iheanacho squirms into the box and finds the Argentine with a neat pull back. And you know the rest.

Goal! Manchester City 2-0 Crystal Palace (Sergio Aguero)

Ward-Prowse has doubled his Premier League tally from the penalty spot. Matthew Targett was taken down by Craig Dawson inside the box and the young midfielder made no mistake, sending Myhill the wrong way, Southampton cruising.

Goal! Southampton 2-0 West Brom (James Ward Prowse)

Newcastle comes again! Excellent play from Mitrovic as he cuts inside Cresswell and slides a pass into the feet of Sissoko. The Frenchman should smash it first time, but instead he takes a couple of touches and allows Collins to get across and block.

West Ham narrowly survive going three down! Adrian is forced to make a couple of saves as Newcastle pepper his goal before Sissoko miss hits his effort at the far post.

We have had goals in all five of our 3pm kick offs so far, apart from at Stamford Bridge where Chelsea vs Everton remains goalless.

After that blistering start from Newcastle, the pace has dropped out of this game slightly. The home side remain firmly in control however.

City have joined the party, they are off the mark against Crystal Palace with Fabian Delph's ambitious effort from 30 yards out creeping under Wayne Hennessey and into the back of the net.

Goal! Manchester City 1-0 Crystal Palace (Fabian Delph)

Shelvey is having a cracker on his debut for Newcastle. The former Swansea man picks out Janmaat with a wonderful cross field pass straight into the Dutchman's path whose ball into the middle is equally good. Arriving in the box, Wijnaldum meets it first time and smashes it into the roof of the net.

Goal! Newcastle 2-0 West Ham (Georginio Wijnaldum)

A brilliant piece of defending from Coloccini (!) denies Antonio a simple tap in. Neat move from the away side, but eve n better defending from the Argentine.

Sissoko bursts past Obiang on the half way line, robbing him of possession with no one but Adrian in goal ahead of him. Luckily for the Hammers, Sissoko is judged to have handled it.

Bournemouth are involved in the early glut of goals now with Dan Gosling meeting Marc Pugh's cross at the near post with a free header.

Goal! Bournemouth 1-0 Norwich City (Dan Gosling)

Newcastle have the lead! Shelvey is immediately involved, pinging a pass into Wijnaldum who brilliantly lays it off for Perez on the edge of the box. The Spaniard takes it first time, curling a wonderful shot into the bottom corner. Cracking goal.

Goal! Newcastle United 1-0 West Ham (Ayoze Perez)

Southampton take the lead against West Brom inside three minutes, thanks to a wonderful free kick from James Ward Prowse.

Goal! Southampton 1-0 West Brom (James Ward-Prowse)

Newcastle almost pick their way through again as Wijnadlum drives forward and clips a ball through for Mitrovic but the striker can't take the ball in his stride and the ball goes out for a goal kick. Really bright start from Newcastle here.

Great chance for Newcastle in the opening minute as Sissoko is freed down the inside right channel but his first touch is a poor one, allowing Cresswell to get across and tackle. Wijnaldum was waiting in the box ready to tuck that home had Sissoko controlled that.

And we are underway at St James' Park.

Southampton vs West Brom

Saints: Forster; Cedric, Fonte, Van Dijk, Targett; Wanyama, Ward-Prowse; Bertrand, Davis, Mane; Long.

West Brom: Myhill; Olsson, Yacob, Evans, Gardner, Anichebe, McClean, McAuley, Fletcher, Dawson, Sessegnon.

Chelsea vs Everton

Chelsea: Courtois; Ivanovic, Zouma, Terry (c), Azpilicueta; Mikel, Matic; Willian, Fabregas, Pedro; Diego Costa

Subs: Begovic, Baba, Cahill, Loftus-Cheek, Kenedy, Oscar, Remy

Manchester City vs Crystal Palace

City: Hart, Zabaleta, Otamendi, Demichelis, Kolarov, Fernando, Delph, De Bruyne, Silva, Aguero, Iheanacho

Subs: Caballero, Clichy, Sagna, Humphreys, Toure, Sterling, Navas

Palace: Hennessey; Ward, Dann, Delaney (c), Souare; Ledley, Cabaye; Puncheon, McArthur, Zaha; Wickham

Subs: Speroni, Kelly, Jedinak, Lee, Mutch, Chamakh, Campbell.

Newcastle vs West Ham will be the focus of our attention this afternoon but we will be keeping across the other four 3pm kick offs too, bringing you the goals as they go in.

A debut for Shelvey then, with Saivet taking a spot on the bench this afternoon. It's the only change Steve McClaren has made to the side that drew 3-3 with Manchester United on Wednesday, with Tiote dropping out.

Just the one change from West Ham too, with Kouyate coming in for Andy Carroll, a move that should see Payet pushed further up.

BREAKING: Kouyate returns to the West Ham midfield this afternoon, the only change from the side that beat Bournemouth on Wednesday.

West Ham team to face Newcastle: Adrian, Tomkins, Collins, Ogbonna, Cresswell, Obiang, Noble (c), Kouyate, Antonio, Payet, Valencia

Subs: Randolph (GK), Jenkinson, Reid, Song, Cullen, Moses, Jelavic

BREAKING: Jonjo Shelvey makes his full debut for Newcastle, starting in midfield alongside Jack Colback.

Newcastle team to face West Ham: Elliot, Janmaat, Mbemba, Coloccini, Dummett, Sissoko, Shelvey, Colback, Wijnaldum, Perez, Mitrovic

Subs: Darlow, Lascelles, Gouffran, Saviet, Aarons, Toney, Riviere

TEAM NEWS: West Ham United

The Hammers have been boosted by the return of Dimitri Payet this past week and there is more good news with Victor Moses, Cheikhou Kouyate and Mauro Zarate all fit again. Manuel Lanzini and and Diafra Sakho remain on the sidelines, however, and have been joined by Andy Carroll who limped out of the 3-1 win over Bournemouth mid-week.


Both Jonjo Shelvey and Henri Saivet are in line to make their debuts for the Magpies this afternoon while youngster Rolando Aarons is available after recovering from injury. Siem de Jong is ruled out again however after suffering a freak training ground injury that left him bleeding from the eye. He joins Papiss Cisse on the sidelines. Cheick Tiote may have already played his last game for the club, he has been in talks with Shanghai Shenhua over a move to the Chinese Super League.

It hasn't been a bad week for Newcastle United, by their standards this season anyway. A thrilling 3-3 draw against Manchester United, marked by a last-minute equaliser from Paul Dummett, was accompanied by a double signing at St James' Park with the arrivals of Jonjo Shelvey and Henri Saivet from Swansea City and Bordeaux respectively.

What would be the cherry on the cake? Three points today, of course. Both new signings are in line to make their debuts this afternoon against a West Ham United side who are now just a point off a Champions League spot. Lifted by the return of their sublime Dimitri Payet, the Hammers have secured four straight wins in the league and FA Cup and are unbeaten in nine.