Full-time: Stoke 1-1 Manchester United
- Wayne Rooney notches superb stoppage-time free-kick to rescue a point for Manchester United and make history as the club's all-time leading scorer
- Captain has now netted 250 times for the Red Devils, once more than Sir Bobby Charlton
- Stoke led after Juan Mata inadvertently deflected Erik Pieters' pull back beyond David De Gea
- Elsewhere, Andy Carroll notches a brace as West Ham claim comfortable win at Middlesbrough
- Seamus Coleman strikes late winner for Everton to leave struggling Crystal Palace winless under Sam Allardyce
- Bournemouth twice fight back from a one-goal deficit to secure home draw against Watford
- Darren Fletcher and Chris Brunt both score volleys as West Brom ease past rock-bottom Sunderland
- Earlier: Liverpool 2-3 Swansea
- Still to come: Manchester City vs Tottenham
That is it for this particular live blog, but be sure to stay with me for live coverage of a mouth-watering teatime clash between Manchester City and Tottenham.
Bournemouth 2-2 Watford
Crystal Palace 0-1 Everton
Middlesbrough 1-3 West Ham
Stoke 1-1 Manchester United
West Brom 2-0 Sunderland
Argentine loanee Calleri, who is expected to leave West Ham this month, notches his first goal in English football with a shot that takes a big deflection en route to beating Valdes.
Goal: Middlesbrough 1-3 West Ham (Jonathan Calleri)
What drama. Rooney steps up deep into second-half stoppage time and sweeps a belting free-kick into the top corner to move clear of Charlton and break United's all-time scoring record.
Heartbreak for Stoke. The Red Devils look to have sealed a point.
Goal: Stoke 1-1 Manchester United (Wayne Rooney)
Allen fouls Rashford and concedes a late free-kick in a very dangerous area. Clattenburg produces a yellow card.
Phil Jones attempts to pick out Lingard but succeeds only in sending the ball out of play. It just isn't happening for Mourinho's side today.
Five minutes of added time signalled by the fourth official.
The impressive Tom Davies provides a late assist for Seamus Coleman to potentially steal all three points for Everton at Selhurst Park. These are desperate times indeed for Crystal Palace and Sam Allardyce.
Goal: Crystal Palace 0-1 Everton (Seamus Coleman)
United continue to hunt for an equaliser. Shawcross forces Pogba into a weak shot and Lingard smashes an effort against the crossbar from 20 yards.
He declined a call-up to the Africa Cup of Nations to help cement a regular starting berth at Bournemouth and Afobe has likely just rescued a point for the Cherries barring another late sting in the tail. He picks out the bottom corner after being set-up by Andrew Surman.
Goal: Bournemouth 2-2 Watford (Benik Afobe)
Into the final 10 minutes. Can Stoke hold on to end United's unbeaten run?
Shawcross survives another handball appeal in the box.
Valencia gets to the byline and crosses for Lingard, who flicks on towards Rooney. However, the 31-year-old can only head over the top.
Rooney's cross towards Ibrahimovic falls for Rashford, but the substitute can only bend his effort wide of the top corner.
Pogba then exchanges passes with his captain before shooting well wide.
A substitution apiece now. Jesse Lingard is on for Mkhitaryan and Shaqiri makes way for Julien Ngoy.
Deeney somehow beats Artur Boruc and three Bournemouth defenders to glance Watford back in front down on the south coast. Eddie Howe will not be happy with his team's slack defending.
Goal: Bournemouth 1-2 Watford (Troy Deeney)
Rooney comes on for Mata. A goal for the skipper here would see him move clear of Sir Bobby Charlton, who is present at the bet365 Stadium, are United's all-time leading scorer.
Rashford surges forward through the middle and is crudely blocked off by Shawcross. Somehow Clattenburg declines to blow his whistle.
Confident save from De Gea to repel a hopeful Shaqiri effort.
Wayne Rooney is preparing to enter the fray with 25 minutes left to go.
Mata appeals in vain for a spot kick after Pogba's cross looks to hit the hand of Shawcross.
Grant and Pieters have both picked up yellow cards for Stoke, who withdraw Adam in favour of Ibrahim Afellay.