15.00 BST Premier League kick-offs:

Burnley 0-0 Huddersfield

Everton 2-1 Bournemouth

Manchester City 5-0 Crystal Palace

Southampton 0-1 Manchester United

Stoke 0-4 Chelsea

Swansea 1-2 Watford

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte wishes Diego Costa well but wants to move on Hayters

Full-time scores

Burnley 0-0 Huddersfield

Everton 2-1 Bournemouth

Manchester City 5-0 Crystal Palace

Southampton 0-1 Manchester United

Stoke 0-4 Chelsea

Swansea 1-2 Watford


Mourinho is sent to the stands during a breathless finish at St Mary's. United have been a long way from their best today, but hold on for a fifth top-flight win out of six that keeps them level on points with City at the top of the table.


Brazilian winger Richarlison, one-on-one with Lukasz Fabianski, nets what is likely to be a late winner for Watford off the crossbar.

Delph also crashes one in off the woodwork against Palace. City have now scored 16 goals without reply in their last three Premier League matches.


Goal: Manchester City 5-0 Crystal Palace (Fabian Delph)


Goal: Swansea 1-2 Watford (Richarlison)


Still 1-0 to United as we head into the final few minutes a St Mary's. Southampton have been comfortably the better team in this second half and will again be left wondering how they haven't managed to score.


Another stroll in the park for free-scoring City. Aguero heads home Sane's cross and is now just one short of drawing level with Eric Brook as City's all-time leading goal-getter.


Goal: Manchester City 4-0 Crystal Palace (Sergio Aguero)


It's the same pair again!

The prolific Morata notches his first hat-trick in English football after another assist from Azpilicueta.

All three substitutes combine at Goodison as Niasse sends a defiant message to Koeman.

Alvaro Morata


Goal: Everton 2-1 Bournemouth (Oumar Niasse)


Goal: Stoke 0-4 Chelsea (Alvaro Morata)


A fine individual run and finish from Morata increases Chelsea's lead further. Forgotten man Niasse has also equalised for Everton, 20 minutes after being introduced in place of Rooney.

Big goal for Koeman.


Goal: Everton 1-1 Bournemouth (Oumar Niasse)


Goal: Stoke 0-3 Chelsea (Alvaro Morata)


Ramping up the search for that elusive equaliser, Pellegrino sends on striker Manolo Gabbiadini in place of Davis.

Mourinho responds by withdrawing Mkhitaryan in favour of centre-back Smalling.


There has been action at both ends at St Mary's over the last few minutes.

Forster denied Lukaku with his feet before Fellaini cleared Romeu's goal-bound header off the line following a Tadic corner.

Redmond's long-range strike was comfortably held by De Gea and Valencia was booked for a foul on Davis.


Concern for Thibaut Courtois at Stoke after the Chelsea goalkeeper collides with Gary Cahill and Peter Crouch and hits the ground hard. It looks like he will continue after a bit of treatment.

One to keep an eye on for sure.


Long wants a penalty after tussling with Phil Jones, but the referee waves away his appeals.

Southampton remain in the ascendancy and Mourinho has sent on Herrera in place of Mata. Mkhitaryan's deflected strike is collected by Forster.


Aguero tees up Sterling for his second goal in quick succession. Another miserable afternoon for Palace now absolutely guaranteed.


Goal: Manchester City 3-0 Crystal Palace (Raheem Sterling)


Redmond tests De Gea at his near post and Cedric wins another Southampton corner before Long rises highest to head Redmond's cross well wide.

The Saints are pressing for an equaliser.


An easy tap-in for Chelsea loanee Abraham after a couple of attempts from strike partner Wilfried Bony. Paul Clement's Swansea back on level terms at the Liberty Stadium.


Goal: Swansea 1-1 Watford (Tammy Abraham)