- Tottenham level on points with Arsenal after goalless draw at The Stadium of Light.
- Danny Rose forced off before-half time with knock.
- Crystal Palace win first league game under Sam Allardyce at Bournemouth.
- Swansea continue to improve under Paul Clement with Southampton victory.
- Late Sam Vokes strike sinks Leicester City as Burnley home run continues.
- Alvaro Negredo penalty rescues draw for Middlesbrough at home to West Brom.
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Spurs move ahead of Arsenal in the Premier League table, but only on goal difference. It's a missed opportunity for Mauricio Pochettino's side after a dismal night for the Gunners.
The happiest man in the UK tonight will be Sam Allardyce. He has his first win as Crystal Palace manager after picking up all three points at Bournemouth. It's not enough to lift them out of the relegation zone, but it will most certainly do for now.
Paul Clement won't be in a bad move either. A win at home to Southampton lifts Swansea two points clear of the relegation zone - level with Premier League champions Leicester City.
Arsenal 1-2 Watford
Burnley 1-0 Leicester City
Sunderland 0-0 Tottenham
Swansea City 2-1 Southampton
Bournemouth 0-2 Crystal Palace
Middlesbrough 1-1 West Brom
Full-time: Middlesbrough 1-1 West Brom
Full-time: Swansea City 2-1 Southampton
Full-time: Sunderland 0-0 Tottenham
Sam Allardyce is smiling again, Christian Benteke has just wrapped up all three points, tapping home after some neat work down the wing from Andros Townsend.
Goal! Bournemouth 0-2 Crystal Palace (Christian Benteke, 90+2)
Two minutes of time added on at the Stadium of Light.
Burnley might have just snatched all three points right at the death! Michael Keane wins the knockout from a corner kick, directing it down to Sam Vokes who takes a touch before lashing home. But did it come off his hand? It certainly looked like it...
Goal! Burnley 1-0 Leicester City (Sam Vokes, 87)
Eriksen cuts out onto the right and then back inside again trying to shake his marker, before eventually shooting for goal. It's another tame effort, however, that rolls straight into Mannone's arms.
Less than 10 minutes remaining at the Stadium of Light and in our other five 7:45pm kick-offs.
Moment of the match at the Stadium of Light so far,; Victor Wanyama drives a wayward shot into the stands that is so powerful, who obliterates the empty seat it struck.
Not the sight Spurs fans would have wanted to see tonight; Danny Rose limped off in the first-half.
Swansea meanwhile are back in front at the Liberty Stadium, with debutant Luciano Narsingh having an immediate impact, teeing up Sigurdsson for an ice-cold finish.
Walker's cross from the right finds Alli on the edge of the box. He takes a touch and swings a half volley on goal but a slight touch off a Sunderland defender ensures it's rising over the bar. Yet another Tottenham corner.
Goal! Swansea 2-1 Sunderland (Gylfi Sigurdsson, 70_
There has been just the two goals in the second half of our six matches so far. Sort it out, boys.
Every corner Tottenham have taken, bar one perhaps, during this half have been short corners. Sunderland still don't seem to have figured it out, though.
Oh what a chance for Wanyama! The latest corner attempt bounces out to Davies who drives towards the touchline before floating an excellent ball over the far post, where Wanyama is leaping in. He connects with the ball, but can't keep it down.
Walker drives a shot on goal that deflects out for a corner. Then they get another one. And another one. Sunderland's attempts to clear it are awful.
Walker plays a pass inside to Son who neatly flicks the ball around for Eriksen down the right of the box. O'Shea is keeping the Dane onside but he loses his footing at the vital moment and the chance is gone.
Southampton equalise at the Liberty Stadium! Shane Long caps a wonderful flowing move, getting on the end of a precise cross from Ryan Bertrand to tap home from close range.
Goal! Swansea 1-1 Southampton (Shane Long, 56)