Full time: Sunderland 2-1 Newcastle United

Full time: Chelsea 2-1 Manchester City

Full time: Swansea City 0-0 West Ham United

Full time: Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 Hull City

Sergio Aguero

18:01: That's about it from the Premier League action this afternoon and what drama we've had. Sunderland left it late to defeat Newcastle United in the wear-tyne derby, Fernando Torres won the day for Chelsea over title rivals Manchester City, Roberto Soldado's penalty for Tottenham beat Hull City and Swansea city held West Ham United.

That is all we've got time for here on the IBtimes UK live blog. For all the reaction from the weekend's games and more stick with ibtimes.co.uk/sports. Until next time, goodbye.

Full time: Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 Hull City

17:54: Late chance fo Hull to grab a point at White Hart Lane byut Tom Huddlestone blasts wide. That'll be that.

Full time: Chelsea 2-1 Manchester City

Full time: Swansea City 0-0 West Ham United

17:50: What a mess from Manchester City and what a finish at Stamford Bridge. A long ball down field which is pressured by Fernando Torres see Nastasic head the ball back to Joe Hart, but it evades the England goalkeeper, allowed Torres is close in and tap in from a yard. Unbelievable.

Goal: Chelsea 2-1 Manchester City (Fernando Torres)

17:47: Willian's free-kick fails to find Ivanovic as Chelsea look for a late winner. City replace Aguero with Alvaro Negredo. At Tottenham, winger Andros Townsend is recieving lengthy treatment after going over an advertising hording. He's up now but looks very groggy. it looked very nasty but he's back on with a bandaged arm.

17:40: A get out of jail free card for Tottenham. Michael Oliver awards a penalty after Vertonghen's cross hits then hand of El Mohamady. The operative word being 'hits'. Soldado makes no mistake from the spot, sending harper the wrong way.

Goal: Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 Hull City (Roberto Soldado)

Penalty for Tottenham Hotspur

17:31: You'll have noticed that updates from Swansea-West Ham United have been few and far between. Well I can report that Carlton Cole has come on for his second Hammers debut. Joy unconfined.

17:29: Few changes for both sides at Stamford Bridge, Jesus Navas has come on for City while Willian and John Obi Mikel have come on for Chelsea. At White Hart Lane, Jermain Defoe has replaced Aaron Lennon.

17:24: Petr Cech may have had problems with Aguero' goal but he keeps Chelsea level as he denies David Silva with his foot. Very good save as the Spaniard turned in the box.

17:20: Javi Garcia is booked for a cynical, off the ball challenge, on Fernando Torres. Howard Webb calls it right but the City midfielder is fortunate. At Tottenham, Vlad Chiriches is yellow carded for foul Sagbo after being dispossed by the brutish Hull forward. Very lucky the Romanian that he did foul Sagba because he was clear on goal.

17:17: Chance for Chelsea now as Torres meets a free-kick but heads straight at Joe Hart. Proper game this now.

17:16: As the game comes to the boil at Stamford Bridge Tottenham force their best effort when Townsend finds Soldado in the box butHharper turns away his effort. Back to west London and Chelsea want a penalty for a foul on Hazard. Howard Webb waves away the appeals and City instead want a yellow card for diving.

17:10: Pellegrini's side are ticker now and David Silva inexplicably doesn't shoot when beautidfully played in by Zabaleta. Sensing an momentum change after City. Nasri wins a free-kick on the left and from the resulting set-piece, Garcia heads straight at Cech. Very good chance.

17:09: City take just three minutes to level after the break and it comes from their man of the moment; Sergio Aguero. Nasri feeds Aguero, who escapes on the shoulder of John Terry and first time rifles the ball into the roof of the ent at the near post past a motionless Petr Cech, who seems to miss-read the path of the shot.

Goal: Chelsea 1-1 Manchester City (Sergio Aguero)

17:04: Underway in the second halfs across the Premier League.

17:01: Second half on the way across the country. Where Chelsea are leading Manchester City while Tottenham Hotspur are holding Hull City and Swansea are drawing with West Ham.

Half time: Chelsea 1-0 Manchester City

Half time: Swansea City 0-0 West Ham United

Half time: Tottenham Hotspur 0-0 Hull City

16:38: Outstanding from Fernando Torres. He cuts back onto his right foot in the penalty area but despite being faced by Nastasic he cracks a brilliant effort which smashes against the angle of post and crossbar. Marvelous effort.

16:35: After a horror miss, Fernando Torres makes amends in the grand manner to help give Chelsea the lead. The Spaniard shows a brilliant burst of speed to beat Gael Clichy get to the byline where his pull back is met on cue by Andre Schurrle, who marks his impressive recent performances with a well deserved goal.

Goal: Chelsea 1-0 Manchester City (Andre Schurrle)

16:31: Not many chances to speak of at Stamford Bridge but we've just seen the miss of the weekend. Demichelis, who has started the game in uncertain fashion, tries to play Fernando Torres offside and when no flag is raised the Spaniard can only smash over hastily under no pressure. Not pretty.

16:21: Best chance so far in north London and it comes for Hull. Sagbo, who scored his first Hukll goal last weekend, ghosts past Sandro and turns on the afterburners. Hugo Lloris is then forced to stop his effort across goal. Decent stop from the French captain.

16:17: Andros Townsend again central to everything good for Tottenham. His latest involvement sees a spirited run ended by a thumping shot which Steve Harper turns behind.

16:14: Of all Tottenham's sunmmer signings, Paulinho has arguably been the most impressive and he almost added to his goal tally as Townsend's free-kick found the Brazilian but he vollyed over.

16:09: Half chance for Hull as Paul McShane gets himself on the end of a free-kick but his header is woefully off-target.

16:07: Gary Cahill blasts a volley over the bar from oscar's cross as Chelsea go close. At White Hart Lane, Tottenham have had Hull penned in for the opening six minutes.

16:01: We're underway across the country.

15:58: About to get going in our three 4pm kick-offs. We'll keep you abreast of all the goals as they go in, with particular focus on Chelsea-Manchester City and Tottenham-Hull City.

15:44: Teams:

Chelsea: Cech; Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry (c), Cole; Ramires, Lampard; Hazard, Oscar, Schurrle; Torres.

Manchester City: Hart, Zabaleta, Demichelis, Nastasic, Clichy, Garcia, Fernandinho, Nasri, Yaya Toure, Silva, Aguero.

Swansea City: Vorm, Rangel, Chico, Williams, Taylor, Britton, de Guzman, Michu, Dyer, Routledge, Vazquez.

West Ham United: Jaaskelainen, Reid, Nolan, Tomkins, Rat, Vaz Te, Morrison, Noble, Demel, Diame, Downing.

Tottenham Hotspur: Lloris; Walker, Chiriches, Dawson, Vertonghen; Paulinho, Sandro; Townsend, Holtby, Lennon; Soldado.

Hull City: Harper, Rosenior, Figueroa, Bruce, Davies, McShane, Elmohamady, Huddlestone, Meyler, Boyd, Sagbo.

15:41: Time to start the build-up to our three 4pm kick offs. Team news from Stamford Bridge, the Liberty Stadium and White Hart Lane on the way.

15:25: Sunderland clinch their first win over the season in Gus Poyet's first home game in charge against local rivals Newcastle United. It doesn't get much better than that for Black Cats fans. Goals in either half from Steven Fletcher and Fabio Borini sandwiched Mathieu Debuchy's equaliser to life Sunderland off the bottom. What a catalyst for the remainder of the season. It's not all doom and gloom for Newcastle, who were worth at least a point after impressing in the second half but they were downed by a cracking winner from Borini - his first league goal for Sunderland.

Full time: Sunderland 2-1 Newcastle United

15:19: Four minutes added on.

15:17: Sunderland almost contribute to losing their lead. John O'shea attempts to deal with Shola Ameobi's header but the ball loops over Westwood by the Republic of Ireland stopper catches the ball safely. Just stoppage time remains.

15:15: A goal fit to win any football match. Fabio Borini nets his first Sunderland league goal is stunning fashion. He receives the ball from Altidore's lay-off, takes one touch to tee himself up and a second to blast the ball from 25 yards high and beyond Tim Krul. The Stadium of Light has seen a strike at the speed of light. Poyet closing in on his first win.

Goal: Sunderland 2-1 Newcastle United (Fabio Borini)

15:10: As good a chance as Sunderland have had in the second half. Altidore wins a free-kick arounjd 20 yards out but Fletcher's tame effort hits the wall and Newcastle survive.

15:07: Sunderland hearts were in mouth there as Shola Ameobi takes aim from 20 yards as the Newcastle chances continue to pile up. Westwood was scrambling across his goal as the ball bounced wide.

15:00: Fabio Borini on for Adam Johnson for Sunderland and the Italian almost makes an instant impact. He latches onto Altidore's knock-down and despite not being penalised for a trip to Mathieu Debuchy he comes inside, shoots at Krul, who fumbles the ball but does prevent the ball crossing the line. Two more changes, one each, with Ki replacing Cattermole and Shola Ameobi, a scorer of seven derby goals against Sunderland, on for the ineffectual Loic Remy.

14:52: Poyet started with just two of the 14 players Paolo di Canio signed in the summer but will have to look towards those summer signings in order to put Sunderland back in the accendency. Newcastle well on top and cabaye shoots just a yard wide from a central position 20 yards out.

14:47: The visitors are level from absolutely nothing. Hatem ben Arfa shoots weakly across goal but it confuses the Sunderland defence and Mathieu Debuchy steels a march on Adam Johnson to tap home at the back post from all of three yards.

Goal: Sunderland 1-1 Newcastle United (Mathieu Debuchy)

14:42: Both sides' attacking threat has dried up at the start of the second half. Altidore does take the ball off Tiote however and finds Fletcher, whose shot is blocked.

14:33: Change for Newcastle. Papiss Cisse coming on for Moussa Sissoko. Second half underway.

14:19: Steven Fletcher showing signs of a recurrence of that should injury which kept him out as both sides go in for the break. We'll see if he reappears for the second half.

14:17: Half time at the Stadium of Light and the home side leads through Steven Fletcher's very early header. Since, the home side have struggled to hit the heights of their great start but Tim Krul did have to keep out Fletcher again mid-way through the first period. Newcastle have created few clear-cut opportunities but have controlled possession for the most part. They possess an underlining attacking threat in Remy and Ben Arfa but neither have produce as yet. Intriguing if not entertaining.

Half time: Sunderland 1-0 Newcastle United

14:13: Approaching half time and after catching alight early on, this wear-tyne derby has yet to come to the boil in this first half. Not many chances to speak of, particularly for Newcastle who have enjoyed decent possession put had little thrust attached.

14:00: Yellow card for Yohan Cabaye for a pretty cynical challenge on Jack Colback. Sunderland keeping Newcastle at bay at the moment even if the visitors are enjoying more sustained periods of possession. Remy does force a corner and Williamson gets his head to it but can't direct it goalwards.

13:48: Paul Dummett is having a nightmare start to his full Newcastle career. First, Jozy Altidore wins the initial header, setting up Steven Fletcher who forces Krul into a desperate save before he fails to clear as Altidore looks to net the rebound but the American's touch is too heavy. Not very clever.

13:46: Steven Fletcher has a terrible haircut but he almost nets a second with that questionable head of hair as Johnson crosses but the Scot cant leap high enough and it goes wide. Newcastle have been restricted to shots from range thus far, Yohan Cabaye and Ben Arfa both missing the target by some distance.

13:37: What a start for the Black Cats! Newcastle are caught out by a Sunderland corner taken short and Adam Johnson clips the ball to the back post and Steven Fletcher out-jumps Paul Dummett and heads home from four yards. Dream start for Gus Poyet's men.

Goal: Sunderland 1-0 Newcastle United (Steven Fletcher)

13:34: Little to report after just three minutes here. Hatem ben Arfa, as you'd expect, is the main support to Loic Remy in attack. The first real thrust comes from Sunderland as Larsson's cross is headed clear by Dummett. Good start for the rookie.

13:30: Underway at the Stadium of light

13:28: Just time for some predictions. Be sure to remind me of these come 6pm.

Sunderland 2-2 Newcastle United

Chelsea 1-1 Manchester City

Swansea City 0-0 West Ham United

Tottenham Hotspur 3-1 Hull City

13:25: There is no doubt Sunderland have improved signficantly from Paolo di Canio's departure but they took a big step back in defeat to Swansea. Newcastle have been very incocnsistent this season but have played with an atacking flaiir akin to the old days under Kevin Keegan and Sir Bobby Robson. Poyet might try and do the simple things right during the early weeks of his tenure but expect him to target the centre of the Toon's defence. Expect goals.

13:15: Sunderland fans need no reminder how last season's win over their north eat rivals inspired survival in the Premier League. Paolo di Canio side's thumping win over Newcastle all but secured their top flight status but the Italian is no long. New manager Gus Poyet began life at Sunderland with a 4-0 defeat to Swansea City and of course the Black Cats are without a league win this season and are rooted to the foot of the table.

13:09: As Gus Poyet goes in search of his first win as a Premier League manager he hands a debut to Andrea Dossena, one of only two summer signings made by Paolo di Canio to start. Steven Fletcher and Jozy Altidore.

Paul Dummett earns his first Premier league start for Newcastle with Fabricio Coloccini, Steven Taylor and Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa all out. Alan Pardew's men are otherwise unchanged from the draw with Liverpool.

13:05: Teams:

Sunderland: Westwood, Bardsley, Dossena, O'Shea, Cuellar, Cattermole, Colback, Larsson, Johnson, Altidore, Fletcher

Substitutes: Ki, Gardner, Celustka, Giaccherini, Roberge, Borini, Mannone

Newcastle United: Krul; Debuchy, Williamson, Dummett, Santon; Sissoko, Tiote, Cabaye; Gouffran, Ben Arfa, Remy

Substitutes: Elliot, Haïdara, Anita, Obertan, Sammy Ameobi, Shola Ameobi, Cisse

13:00: So Sebastian Vettel may have waltzed to the Formula 1 drivers' championship but in the Premier League there is no such thing as a forgone conclusion. Four more games for your delectation today, including a game which will prove pivotal in the title race as Manchester City travel to Chelsea. Don't move.