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Crystal Palace 0-0 Manchester United

Swansea City 0-3 Arsenal

Watford 2-0 West Ham

Manchester City 2-1 Norwich

West Brom 2-3 Leicester

Newcastle 0-0 Stoke

Norwich are pushing and pushing for an equaliser but are inevitably caught on the break. Sterling is left one on one with Brady and wins a penalty off the Irishman after cutting in from the left. Sterling wants to take it, but Kolarov overrules him and... misses! With the last kick of the game, he sends a poor penalty wide. It wasn't pretty, but that was enough to keep City top of the Premier League.

PENALTY - Manchester City

Oh dear Norwich. With John Ruddy in no-mans land, Russell Martin plays goalkeeper and stops Raheem Sterling's goalbound shot with his hand. Off he goes, and Yaya Toure slams home the penalty that should move City back to the top of the table.

Goal! Manchester City 2-1 Norwich (Yaya Toure)

RED CARD - Russell Martin (Norwich)

PENALTY - Manchester City

Norwich have an equaliser! It;s a real howler from Joe Hart who spills Robbie Brady's path right into the path of Cameron Jerome who converts from close range. As it stands, Arsenal will now go top of the table.

Goal! Manchester City 1-1 Norwich City (Cameron Jerome)

Arsenal are cruising now with Campbell finding a third with a cool finish while Jamie Vardy has scored in his eighth game in a row.

Goal! West Brom 1-3 Leicester (Jamie Vardy)

Goal! Swansea 0-3 Arsenal (Joel Campbell)

Laurent Koscielny goes up with Lukasz Fabianski from a corner and appears to foul the goalkeeper, who drops the cross, allowing the Frenchman to convert from close range. Was that a foul? The referee thinks not and Arsenal have their second.

Goal! Swansea 0-2 Arsenal (Laurent Koscielny)

Riyad Mahrez has another! Leicester don't know how to quit and the tricky winger has his second of the game after sneaking in at the near post to smash one home.

Meanwhile at the Etihad, City have broken the deadline with Nicolas Otamendi hammering a header home.

Goal! Manchester City 1-0 Norwich (Nicolas Otamendi)

Goal! West Brom 1-2 Leicester (Riyad Mahrez)

Leicester have clawed their way back into another one at the Hawthorns and it's Riyad Mahrez again, rifling home from Marc Albrighton's cross.

Goal! West Brom 1-1 Leicester (Riyad Mahrez)

After a dire first half, Arsenal have woken up at the Liberty Stadium with Giroud grabbing the game's opener, nodding on Alexis Sanchez's cross at the near post.

Goal! Swansea 0-1 Arsenal (Olivier Giroud)

Watford have another! James Tomkins fails to clear a low cross, allowing Odion Ighalo to rifle his second of the game into the roof of the net.

Goal! Watford 2-0 West Ham (Ighalo)

And we are back underway across the country.

Half time whistles are being blown across the country. And there's not much happening anywhere.

Half time scores:

Crystal Palace 0-0 Manchester United

Swansea City 0-0 Arsenal

Watford 1-0 West Ham

Manchester City 0-0 Norwich

West Brom 1-0 Leicester

Newcastle 0-0 Stoke

West Hare behind and it's Andy Carroll who loses possession on the edge of his own box, allowing Nathan Ake to slot a ball in for Ighalo who finds the back of the net.

Goal! Watford 1-0 West Ham (Odion Ighalo)

West Brom have our first goal of the afternoon! Rondon his being marked by Danny Simpson at the near post but doesn't do enough, letting the striker swivel off him to head in Sessegnon's corner.

Goal! West Brom 1-0 Leicester City (Salomon Rondon)

We are almost 25 minutes into our six 3pm kick offs and not a single goal to report yet. What's going on?

Joel Campbell, on his first start for Arsenal, comes close to opening the scoring, coming in from the right before trying to curl one into the far corner but he can't quite find the corner.

West Ham have survived an almighty scramble at Vicarae Road. Nathan Ake tested Adrian first with both Odion Ighalo and Troy Deeney denied in follow up efforts. There are shouts for a handball amid it all, but the referee isn't interested.

Yannick Bolasie has cracked the bar at Selhurst Park with a stinging shot from a tight angle. Again, it was David de Gea keeping his side it in, palming the shot onto the cross bar.

No goals yet from around the Premier League yet but Palace are causing United some early problems at Selhurst Park with the likes of Zaha and Bolasie chasing every pass and putting the opposition under real pressure.

Here's all your team news from our six 3pm kick offs.

Crystal Palace v Manchester United

Palace: Kelly, Dann, Delaney (c), Ward; McArthur, Cabaye; Zaha, Puncheon, Bolasie; Gayle

Subs: Speroni, Hangeland, Jedinak, Ledley, Lee, Sako, Bamford

United: De Gea, Darmian, Blind, Smalling, Rojo, Schneiderlin, Schweinsteiger, Herrera, Mata, Martial, Rooney.

Subs: Romero, Tuanzebe, Young, Carrick, Lingard, Pereira, Fellaini

Swansea City v Arsenal

Swans: Fabianski, Naughton, Fernandez, Williams (C), Taylor, Ki Sung-Yueng, Shelvey, Ayew, Sigurdsson, Montero, Gomis

Subs: Nordfeldt, Rangel, Bartley, Cork, Britton, Barrow, Eder

Arsenal: Cech, Bellerin, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Monreal, Coquelin, Cazorla, Ozil, Campbell, Sanchez, Giroud

Subs: Macey, Gabriel, Debuchy, Gibbs, Chambers, Flamini, Iwobi

Watford v West Ham

Watford: Gomes, Nyom, Cathcart, Britos, Ake; Capoue, Watson; Abdi, Deeney (c), Anya; Ighalo

Subs: Arlauskis Prödl, Paredes, Behrami, Guedioura, Ibarbo, Diamanti

West Ham: Adrian, Jenkinson, Collins, Tomkins, Cresswell, Noble (c), Kouyate, Lanzini, Payet, Moses, Carrol

Subs: Randolph (GK), Zarate, Valencia, O'Brien, Ogbonna, Jelavic, Antonio

Manchester City v Norwich City

Man City: Hart, Sagna, Kompany (C), Otamendi, Kolarov, Toure, Fernandinho, Navas, De Bruyne, Bony, Iheanacho

Subs: Caballero, Demichelis, Mangala, Fernando, Garcia, Roberts, Sterling

Norwich: Ruddy; Bennett, Martin (c), Bassong; Brady, Mulumbu, Tettey, Olsson; Howson, Jarvis, Jerome

Subs: Whittaker, Grabban, Hoolahan, Dorrans, Redmond, O'Neil

West Bromwich Albion v Leicester City

West Brom: Myhill, Dawson, McAuley, Evans, Brunt, Fletcher (c), Yacob, McClean, Sessegnon, Berahino, Rondon

Subs: Lindegaard; Olsson, Chester, Gardner, Morrison, Lambert, McManaman

Leicester: Schmeichel; Simpson, Huth, Morgan (c), Schlupp, Albrighton, Drinkwater, Kanté, Mahrez; Ulloa, Vardy

Subs: De Laet, King, Okazaki, Dyer, Chilwell, Schwarzer, Inler.

BREAKING: Swansea are unchanged from the side that beat Aston Villa last week.

BREAKING: Joel Campbell is handed his first Premier League start, Olivier Giroud comes in for the injured Theo Walcott.

TEAM NEWS – Swansea: In a polar opposite from Arsenal's situation, Garry Monk has a full strength squad to choose from, with Wayne Routledge, the only doubt during the week, returning to training after a calf problem.

TEAM NEWS – Arsenal: Where to start? With Aaron Ramsey and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain out, Wenger is left with a gaping hole to fill on the right hand side of midfield. The Gunners boss said during the week he had toyed with the idea of moving Santi Cazorla out wide, but dismissed it given how spectacularly well the Spaniard has adapted to a central role. Judging from comments at yesterday's press conference, Joel Campbell will fill that void, in what is expected to be his first Premier League start. Mikel Arteta, Tomas Rosicky, David Ospina, Danny Welbeck and Jack Wilshere also remain out.

I can play with Campbell or another midfielder. I have another 24 hours to make that decision.I have been very impressed with him [Campbell]. His desire to improve has been fantastic. He can play centre-forward as well. I think he can be a big help in the next two or three months.

If Arsenal can manage to better Manchester City's result against Norwich this afternoon they will climb to the top of the Premier League. Only problem is, they aren't very good against today's opponents. Just like they have been to Manchester United, Swansea City are a constant thorn in the Gunners' side, beating them home and away last season. The Annual Arsenal Injury Crisis is also swinging into gear at the moment with Aaron Ramsey, Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain all joining Jack Wilshere and Danny Welbeck in the treatment room. A trip to Bayern Munich also looms large, leaving Arsene Wenger with a couple of real selection dilemmas.

The Gunners can take heart from Swansea's poor run of form, however. A win over Aston Villa last week was the absolute minimum expected, given the Midlands club's own personal malaise. But you have to go back to the end of August to find their last win before that – albeit one that came against Manchester United.

Elsewhere today, Manchester City can tighten their grip on top spot at home to Norwich City. Manuel Pellegrini's side have plundered 18 goals in their last four home games, three of those without Sergio Aguero's presence. David Silva has also been unavailable during that period and although there were suggestions he may be in line to return today, the Spaniard is ruled along with Samir Nasri, Pablo Zabaleta, Gael Clichy and Fabian Delph.

West Ham are just two points off City and can theoretically go top today, but would need a lot of results to go in their favour. They travel to Watford, while fifth placed Leicester take on West Brom at the Hawthorns.

We will have all the team news from these two games and the rest of the 3pm kick offs as it reaches us.

3pm kick offs

Crystal Palace v Manchester United

Swansea City v Arsenal

Watford v West Ham

Manchester City v Norwich

West Brom v Leicester

Newcastle v Stoke