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FT Burnley 1-0 Southampton

FT Hull City 3-1 Bournemouth

FT Sunderland 1-3 Stoke City

FT Swansea City 0-4 Arsenal

FT Watford 0-0 Middlesbrough

FT West Ham United 3-0 Crystal Palace

Well that is all we have time for on this particular live blog. We have live coverage of Leicester vs Chelsea here, so head over there to join us for updates from the King Power Stadium.

Full time across the country in the Premier League where there has been a real goal glut in the second half.

Hull City are the big story of the day after they came from behind to beat Bournemouth. Abel Hernandez scored twice for the Tigers in Marco Silva's first Premier League game in charge.

Arsenal go fourth after scoring four to beat Swansea in Paul Clement's first top flight game in charge.

Sunderland remain in the mire after Stoke struck three times in the first half to beat the Black Cats.

Joey Barton marked his return to Burnley with a winning goal to beat Sunderland, while Watford were unable to beat Middlesbrough on the day they said goodbye to former manager Graham Taylor.

Finally, West Ham survived a strike by Dimitri Payet by overcoming Crystal Palace. Andy Carroll netted a goal of the season contender in a 3-0 win.

Tells you all you need to know about the Premier League's joint leader scorer.

GOAL! West Ham 3-0 Crystal Palace (Manuel Lanzini)

Classic counter-attack from West Ham secures their biggest home win of the season. Lanzini is sent clear and waits for Hennessey to go to ground before clipping it beautifully into the net.

GOAL! Burnley 1-0 Southampton (Joey Barton)

GOAL! West Ham 2-0 Crystal Palace (Andy Carroll)

One of the goals of the season from Andy Carroll. A cross from the left finds the England man and he acrobatically hammers the ball beyond Hennessey. Stunning, stunning strike.

Arsenal celebrate cruising to victory at Swansea.

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GOAL! Swansea 0-4 Arsenal (Alexis Sanchez)

The wheels have fallen off Swansea as Arsenal get their fourth. Wayne Routledge inadvertently passes the ball back to Sanchez, who converts on the half volley for his 14th of the season.

GOAL! Swansea 0-3 Arsenal (Kyle Naughton own goal)

When it rains, it pours. A second own goal goes against Swansea and not much they could have done to prevent it as Iwobi's cross hits Naughton and goes beyond Fabianski.

GOAL! West Ham 1-0 Crystal Palace (Sofiane Feghouli)

Finally the breakthrough for the Hammers, who have flown out of the traps at the start of the second half. Antonio has been responsible for that and he storms through, rounds Hennessey and Feghouli arrives on cue to put into an empty net.

GOAL! Hull City 3-1 Bournemouth (Tyrone Mings own goal)

GOAL! Swansea 0-2 Arsenal (Alex Iwobi)

When things are going against, you really do go against you. Arsenal pile on the pressure and it eventually shows when Iwobi's strike deflects off Cork and loops high over Fabianski and into the corner.

GOAL! Hull City 2-1 Bournemouth (Abel Hernandez)

Half a chance for Palace. McArthur finds Benteke and the ball falls for Cabaye, who brings it down but can't keep his shot on target and it balloons over.

Underway in the second half at the London Stadium and an immediate chance for West Ham as Antonio finds Carroll with a flick on, and he turns and smashes wide from 25 yards. Better intent from the home side.

Doubt many West Ham fans will have been humored by this...

Half time across the country in the Premier League. Arsenal lead Swansea through Olivier Giroud while Hull and Bournemouth are level at 1-1.

The big story of the day is coming out of the Stadium of Light however, with Stoke having stormed into a 3-0 lead. Jermain Defoe has pulled one back, in front of those home fans that have decided to stay, but you can't help but feel time is running out for manager David Moyes.

Swansea want a penalty but Mike Jones has become the villain of the piece at the Liberty Stadium. Ki goes down under a challenge from Koscielny's tackle, but he clearly leaves his foot in on the Frenchman and the referee has got that spot on.

Olivier Giroud, who has now scored in every start he has made for Arsenal this season, indicated he needed to come off straight after scoring the opening goal. He remains and wants to wait until half time before a decision is taken on his fitness. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is braced to come on.

GOAL! Sunderland 1-3 Stoke (Jermain Defoe)

GOAL! Swansea 0-1 Arsenal (Olivier Giroud)

Arsenal hit the front from their first genuine attack. Alexis Sanchez clips a cross into the middle, Ozil heads against Alfie Mawson but the loose ball falls to Giroud and lashes home.

Marko Arnautovic's double has put Stoke in complete command at the Stadium of Light.

Marko Arnautovic
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GOAL! Sunderland 0-3 Stoke (Peter Crouch)

Fans have already started leaving the Stadium of Light after 33 minutes. Mark Hughes' men have run riot in the opening exchanges.

GOAL! Hull 1-1 Bournemouth (Abel Hernandez)

Yohan Cabaye now tests Darren Randolph on the volley from 20 yards. Fine effort by the Hammers stopper gets across. Not a cracking afternoon in the two games I'm watching.

First genuine chance of the game at the London Stadium. Mark Noble crosses well and Andy Carroll fires over on the volley.

Fernando Llorente wins the ball during an impressive Swansea start.

Fernando Llorente
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GOAL! Sunderland 0-2 Stoke (Marko Arnautovic)

The atmosphere around West Ham is toxic at the best of times but already signs the home fans are turning on their own during his first 20 minutes. The Hammers have started slowly, in stark contrast to how Slaven Bilic though they would perform.

GOAL! Sunderland 0-1 Stoke (Marko Arnautovic)

Everything good from Swansea is coming through Gylfi Sigurdsson, and he lashes on goalwards which flies over. Only one team in this game.

Jack Cork takes aim from range after Petr Cech punches a Sigurdsson corner clear. Swansea have started well, it must be said, with Arsenal slow out of the blocks again.

GOAL! Hull 0-1 Bournemouth (Junior Stanislas)

A large flag adorns Vicarage Road before kick-off.

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Underway in the Premier League. Slight delay at Vicarage Road, where an emotional minute's applause is superbly observed just before kick-off.

Approaching kick-off across the country in the Premier League. Our featured games are at the Liberty Stadium and the London Stadium, but we'll have all the goals as they go in.

But the Hammers can only put in so much security.....

West Ham, fearing there may be some backlash to the revelation that Dimitri Payet wants to leave, have placed a steward to ward off any trouble.

West Ham
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Another bid afternoon for Jay Rodriguez, who returns to Burnley for the first time with a Southampton side who beat Liverpool in mid-week. Typically, the former England under-21 international has been named on the bench but let's hope he gets the chance to come on at some stage this afternoon.

Big day for West Ham who welcome their former manager Sam Allardyce to the London Stadium for the first time. The week has been dominated by the future of Dimitri Payet, who has gone on strike and is reusing to play for the club. Slaven Bilic will not sell him but it leaves the Hammers with a divisive player in their battle to avoid relegation. Victory over fellow strugglers Palace would really rejuvenate their season.

Supporters have paid their respects to Graham Taylor outside Vicarage Road.

Graham Taylor tributes
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Full time at White Hart Lane where Tottenham have beaten West Brom 4-0. You can catch up on all the action here, where Harry Kane has scored a hat-trick. But now, time to look ahead to the 3pm kick-offs.

Now the teams in from the London Stadium. No Dimitri Payet as we were promised.


3️⃣️ changes from last time out

➡️️ Randolph, Collins, Noble
⬅️️ Adrian, Nordtveit, Fernandes#COYI #WHUCRY

— West Ham United (@WestHamUtd) January 14, 2017

Here's the #CPFC team to take on @WestHamUtd today! #WHUCRY

— Crystal Palace F.C. (@CPFC) January 14, 2017

Paul Clement makes four changes for his first Premier League game as a manager. Modou Barrow and Jefferson Montero miss out, while Narsingh is nursing a calf problem.

Mesut Ozil does return for Arsenal with Olivier Giroud retained in attack. Koscielny and Mustafi partners at the centre of the defence.

Teams in from the Liberty Stadium.

Here's how we'll line up against @Arsenal this afternoon... 👥🔢#SWAARS

— Swansea City AFC (@SwansOfficial) January 14, 2017

The wait is over - here's how we line up against @SwansOfficial #SCFCvAFC

— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) January 14, 2017

Today is a major one for all associated with Watford, with the club saying goodbye to legendary manager Graham Taylor after he passed away on Thursday. The club have a number of tributes planned throughout the day, while a minute's applause is being held at grounds across the country to remember the former England boss.

Teams news from around the grounds due in in around 30 minutes, but how might both sides line up in our featured game between Swansea and Arsenal?

Neil Taylor is missing for Swansea due to a fractured cheekbone, while new signing Luciano Narsingh is out with calf injury.

Arsenal have Mesut Ozil back, while Petr Cech and Alexis Sanchez are among those in line for a recall. Theo walcott is one of seven players out injured.

The future of Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez remains the main topic of interest for Arsenal, but they must put those concerns behind them and concentrate on taking on a Swansea side who have proven a tough nut to crack in recent years.

But away from matters on the pitch, the day promises to be dominated by the tributes being paid to Graham Taylor, the former England manage, who died on Thursday. Former club Watford, who he took from the depths of the football league to the summit of the top flight, are planning a host of tributes while a minute's silence will take place before every game in England this weekend.

All the build-up and team news ahead of our six 3pm kick-offs in the Premier League on the way.