- Substitutes Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino score twice in three minutes to complete an impressive turnaround and secure Liverpool's first away Premier League win of 2017
- Jon Walters heads Xherdan Shaqiri's cross past Simon Mignolet to give Stoke a late first-half lead at the bet365 Stadium
- After initially choosing to start with Trent Alexander-Arnold and Ben Woodburn, Jurgen Klopp, without Sadio Mane, Jordan Henderson and Adam Lallana, withdraws teenage duo at half-time
- Coutinho, who was considered a major doubt for the game due to illness, fires home a low equaliser
- Firmino then lashes in a sensational volley after being released by a fine long ball from Georginio Wijnaldum
- Joe Allen limps off before the interval with an apparent hamstring issue
- Cheikhou Kouyate strikes against Swansea as West Ham ease any relegation fears and halt a dismal run of five successive defeats
- Manchester City end four-match winless sequence thanks to an own goal from Ahmed Elmohamady and efforts from Sergio Aguero and Fabian Delph
- Jordy Clasie fires Southampton to victory at The Hawthorns
- Middlesbrough's plight deepens with a goalless draw at home to Burnley
- Recap: Tottenham 4-0 Watford
- Still to come: Bournemouth vs Chelsea
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Manchester City 3-1 Hull
Middlesbrough 0-0 Burnley
Stoke 1-2 Liverpool
West Brom 0-1 Southampton
West Ham 1-0 Swansea
It's all over. Liverpool have held on for a morale-boosting victory.
Shaqiri sends a deep cross in towards Shawcross and Arnautovic. Mignolet battles bravely and wins the free-kick.
Four minutes of additional time will be played at the end of this second half.
Liverpool looking very comfortable just at the moment.
Sturridge, who appealed vociferously for a handball decision against Martins Indi not so long ago, is thwarted by Pieters.
Can's deflected effort earns Liverpool a corner that is cleared by Stoke.
Inter Milan loanee Ranocchia, who scored the winner against West Ham last weekend, turns home Shaun Maloney's pull-back to grab a consolation goal for Hull.
Goal: Manchester City 3-1 Hull (Andrea Ranocchia)
Not that it really matters, but we should mention that Firmino was booked for removing his shirt in the aftermath of that second Liverpool goal.
I think we can forgive him for being just a tad excited.
Adam, who came on for Allen in the first half, is now hooked in favour of Egyptian winger Ramadan Sobhi.
Just under 10 minutes left for Stoke to find an equaliser.
Stoke look to restore parity straight away, but Mignolet makes a superb point-blank save to deny Berahino after a stellar cross from Arnautovic.
It's all going on now!
Absolute pandemonium in the away end as Liverpool take the lead with two goals in three minutes from their influential half-time substitutes.
Firmino allows a perfect long ball from Wijnaldum to bounce before lashing an unstoppable volley past Grant. Stunning.
What a turnaround.
Goal: Stoke 1-2 Liverpool (Roberto Firmino)
Stoke fail to clear an Emre Can cross and Coutinho takes advantage to drive home a low equaliser.
Goal: Stoke 1-1 Liverpool (Philippe Coutinho)
A warm reception for Walters as he makes way for Glenn Whelan. Klopp's final change sees Sturridge replace Lovren.
Lovren concedes a free-kick in a dangerous position to the left-hand side of the Liverpool penalty area, but Martins Indi fails to trouble Mignolet.
Wijnaldum, who so nearly cost Liverpool dearly with a bizarre header back towards his own goal a few minutes ago, sends an effort well wide at the other end.
Delph adds further gloss to the scoreline in Manchester. That's his maiden Premier League goal for City and a first since January 2016.
Goal: Manchester City 3-0 Hull (Fabian Delph)
The home fans bay for a second yellow card after the agricultural Klavan once again decides to flatten Shaqiri in not-so-subtle fashion.
Mike Dean says no and instead issues a final warning.
Firmino and Coutinho, as you might expect, have really changed the dynamic of this game. Both players force good saves from Grant before Lovren gets a run on Shawcross and crashes a header against the crossbar.
So close. Half an hour remaining.
Liverpool have dominated possession in this second half and Origi sends a shot narrowly wide. Milner also tries his luck to no avail.