12.45 GMT: Manchester City 1-3 Leicester

Full-time: Tottenham 1-0 Watford

Full-time: Aston Villa 2-0 Norwich

Full-time: Liverpool 2-2 Sunderland

Full-time: Newcastle 1-0 West Brom

Full-time: Stoke 0-3 Everton

Full-time: Swansea 1-1 Crystal Palace

17.30 GMT: Southampton vs West Ham

Kieran Trippier
Right-back Kieran Trippier struck the only goal of the game as Tottenham dominated Watford at White Hart Lane Getty

That is it from us for now, but there is still one more Premier League fixture to come today as West Ham travel to face Southampton at St Mary's.

We will be back tomorrow to bring you more live coverage as Bournemouth face Arsenal and Chelsea host Manchester United. Until then, goodbye.



Tottenham 1-0 Watford

Aston Villa 2-0 Norwich

Liverpool 2-2 Sunderland

Newcastle 1-0 West Brom

Stoke 0-3 Everton

Swansea 1-1 Crystal Palace


No such late drama at Tottenham, where Pochettino's in-form side cruise to a comfortable victory that sees them overtake Manchester City for second place in the Premier League.


Forget what we said about Klopp raising a smile, his side have blown a 2-0 lead in the dying minutes against a team struggling for Premier League survival.

Defoe is the man who has scored, rifling past Mignolet after good link-up play between Patrick van Aanholt and new signing Wahbi Khazri.


Goal: Liverpool 2-2 Sunderland (Jermain Defoe)


An overhead kick from Ighalo travels harmlessly wide as four minutes of stoppage time are signalled at White Hart Lane.

With Jose Manuel Jurado down receiving treatment for a bloodied nose, Tottenham make a final change. Tom Carroll on for Eriksen.


With crowd numbers having reduced dramatically, Sunderland take advantage of the lull as Johnson's free-kick beats Mignolet at his near post.

Can Sam Allardyce's relegation candidates find a late equaliser?


Goal: Liverpool 2-1 Sunderland (Adam Johnson)


Half-chances for both sides as Eriksen, shooting from the tightest of angles, forces a good low save from Gomes and Alli is close to collecting the rebound.

At the other end, Watford launch a rare foray forward as Deeney unselfishly releases Odion Ighalo. His effort is deflected behind and Ben Watson's corner comes to nothing.


77 minutes on the clock at Anfield and scores of disgruntled Liverpool fans retreat to the concourse to protest against ticket prices.



Pochettino has sent on Son in place of Lamela and the South Korean caps off an impressive attacking move by unleashing a shot that is parried wide by Gomes at his near post.


The absent Klopp has not had much to smile about in recent days, with that 2-0 defeat at the hands of Leicester followed by a bout of expected appendicitis and two more injuries suffered by Lovren and Allen in this game.

He can be forgiven a small grin now though as Lallana doubles Liverpool's advantage over Sunderland with a close-range finish following more strong work from the persistent Firmino.


Goal: Liverpool 2-0 Sunderland (Adam Lallana)


Everton could be 4-0 up at Stoke, but Lukaku's latest effort has been pushed on to the crossbar by Butland.

Calls for Roger East to produce a second yellow card for Watford's Capoue go unheeded following a late collision with goalscorer Trippier.


On Merseyside, injury-hit Liverpool finally break the deadlock against Sunderland courtesy of Firmino's header from a deep James Milner cross. That is the Brazilian's fifth goal in his last six appearances for the club.


Tottenham finally make their dominance pay as Dembele makes good progress down Watford's right-hand side before holding the ball up nicely for Alli.

The substitute then quickly darts towards the byline before producing a fantastic low cross with the outside of his boot that just evades the dive of Gomes before being bundled home by Trippier at the back post.


Goal: Tottenham 1-0 Watford (Kieran Trippier)


Goal: Liverpool 1-0 Sunderland (Roberto Firmino)


Ex-Tottenham midfielder Etienne Capoue, who left Spurs for Watford in a then club-record £6m deal in July 2015, is cautioned for a foul on Trippier.

Pochettino then replaces Chadli with Alli, who was initially a doubt for this match due to illness.


Those half-time changes from Flores certainly have not helped to reduce Tottenham's dominance.

Trippier has provided what seems like an endless stream of crosses from that right-hand flank and another penalty appeal goes up after Prodl falls into Kane as the England striker looks to direct a header on target. Denied.


Remi Garde's rock-bottom Villa look set for just their third top-flight win of the season as Agbonlahor beats Declan Rudd after being teed up by Jordan Veretout.


Goal: Aston Villa 2-0 Norwich (Gabriel Agbonlahor)


A really nervy moment for the otherwise impressive Gomes as he clumsily charges into the back of Kane. Tottenham supporters scream for a penalty, but again they are denied.

Britos, who seems to be suffering from a dead leg, is not going to be able to continue after all following that clash with Chadli and Prodl jogs on. Watford have now used all three of their substitutes with 35 minutes of this second half remaining.


Palace have begun the second half in impressive fashion and get their reward as Dann finishes Yohan Cabaye's corner after a crucial knockdown from Damien Delaney.