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Premier League scores [3pm kick-offs]:

Leicester City 1-1 Bournemouth

Southampton 0-0 Stoke City

Swansea City 4-1 West Ham United

Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Huddersfield Town

Watford 1-0 West Bromwich Albion

Still playing at the Liberty Stadium where the delay in the first half due to Winston Reid's injury means we're around 10 minutes behind. Into stoppage time in south Wales.

Full time: Leicester 1-1 Bournemouth

GOAL! Leicester 1-1 Bournemouth (Riyad Mahrez)

The Cherries are pegged back in the final minute, much like they did last weekend, with Riyad Mahrez curling home a stoppage time free-kick.

Full time: Watford 1-0 West Brom, Tottenham 2-0 Huddersfield

Full time: Southampton 0-0 Stoke

Son and Kane celebrate Tottenham doubling their lead.

Song Heung-Min
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GOAL! Swansea 4-1 West Ham (Michail Antonio)

GOAL! Watford 1-0 West Ham (Troy Deeney)

A big goal in the relegation battle as Watford go ahead. Troy Deeney goes clean through and lifts the ball over Ben Foster and into the unguarded net.

Son off to a round of applause. Not sure there is a more improved player in the Premier League right now. Keeping Erik Lamela and Lucas Moura out of the team at the moment.

GOAL! Swansea 4-0 West Ham (Jordan Ayew)

Ball in the net again at Wembley but Jan Vertonghen, as well as four other Spurs players, is in an offside position.

GOAL! Swansea 3-0 West Ham (Andy King)

GOAL! Tottenham 2-0 Huddersfield (Son Heung-Min)

The Terriers are not going to leaving Wembley with that winning feeling this season. Harry Kane picks out a fine cross from the right and Son directs his header back across Lossl and doubles the lead.

Chance for Huddersfield. Tom Ince, a first half change, storms through and his rasping drive is kept out by Hugo Lloris.

Wembley hosted the Rugby World Cup in 2015 and Huddersfield channel that sport in denying Tottenham a second. Son is about to pull the trigger when Kongolo wraps his arm around his legs and brings him down. Kevin Friend waves away the frenzied appeals and Spurs can rightly feel hard done by.

Back under way in the second halves in the Premier League, including at Wembley.

Half-time: Swansea 2-0 West Ham

We have reached the break in four of our five Premier League 3pm kick-offs, but they play on at the Liberty Stadium where the game was delayed by 10 minutes due to an injury suffered by Winston Reid.

Half-time: Southampton 0-0 Stoke

Half time: Tottenham 1-0 Huddersfield

Half time: Leicester 0-1 Bournemouth

Alex Prithchard off for Huddersfield, with Philip Billing coming on. He has been carrying an injury for a quarter-of-an-hour but he goes off just before the break. Strange timing.

Half time: Watford 0-0 West Brom

Son Heung-Min puts Tottenham into a first half lead.

Son Heung-Min
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Winston Reid receives treatment before being stretchered off with a knee injury.

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GOAL! Leicester 0-1 Bournemouth (Josh King)

Marc Albrighton trips Josh King and the ex-Blackburn Rovers striker steps up and calmly slots home his first ever goal against the Foxes.


GOAL! Swansea 2-0 West Ham (Mike van der Hoorn)

The Hammers have been further weakened at centre-back and Van der Hoorn takes full advantage, heading home from a corner. Swansea heading towards a huge win in their bid for survival.

GOAL! Tottenham 1-0 Huddersfield (Song Heung-Min)

It has been coming and Spurs break the deadlock just before the half hour mark. Son is sent clear after Dele Alli and Harry Kane combine and the South Korean rounds Lossl and fires into the corner.

Mauricio Pochettino considers how to break down this Huddersfield Town side.

Mauricio Pochettino
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Looks like a bad one for Winston Reid at the Liberty Stadium. The New Zealand captain has been down for some time after he twisted his knee during a goalmouth scramble. Nearly 10 minutes he has been down.

OFF THE POST! Christian Eriksen's free-kick is deflected, wrong-foots Lossl and spin ominously towards the corner but it bounces off the upright and goes behind.

Lossl saves from Harry Kane's near-post effort as Tottenham press for an opener. The home side are turning the screw.

Ki and Swansea celebrate the home side taking the lead.

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Update on the debacle at Wembley: An injured Mike Jones has limped to the touchline and is fulfilling his duties from a chair.

Let's hope it doesn't kick-off between both dug outs.

Probably not in a position to take up this offer, but my refereeing qualification would have come in use.

Kevin Friend has been forced to take over as referee at Wembley this afternoon, meaning we currently have no fourth official. An announcement has gone around the stadium to ask for any officials to make themselves known to a steward.

Who is going to tell us how much added time there is?

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GOAL! Swansea 1-0 West Ham (Ki Seung-yeon)

The South Korean puts the Swans ahead with a left-footed strike from 25 yards. Adrian is slow to get down to it and is rolls past him into the corner.

Early chance for Spurs. Aurier is teed up for a cross from the right by Son and Kane gets to the near post but Huddersfield smuggle the ball out.

Now Kane drives across goal and Alli just can't get a touch on the ball at the back post.

We'll have updates of all the goals as they go in in the Premier League, with our focus being on matters at Wembley where Huddersfield travel to Tottenham.

Under way across the country in the Premier League.

Atmosphere building at Wembley.

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Players in the tunnel at Wembley and across the country. Updates from the Premier League 3pm kick-offs on the way.

Not a good omen for the Baggies.

Players out to warm-up at Wembley. 'Warm' being the operative word.

Watford and West Brom bookend the bottom half and time is running out for the Baggies to save themselves from a relegation which looks inevitable.

Alan Pardew's side lost at home to Huddersfield last weekend and they could be 10 points from safety is results go against them again this afternoon.

Hornets fans will be in good spirits after helping their team stage today's game and after last weekend's smash-and-grab win over Everton they will be eyeing a top half lace.

Southampton against Stoke is another key clash at the bottom, with 16th facing 19th.

Saints have lost their way under Mauricio Pellegrino but Stoke have yet to take off under Paul Lambert and are four games without a win. Nevertheless a point could be goo enough to climb out of the bottom three.

Of the battles near the bottom today, perhaps the most important comes at the Liberty Stadium where FA Cup quarter-finalists Swansea host West Ham.

Carlos Carvalhal has very much been the right-man at the right-time for Swansea and they have won their last three in a row at home.

West Ham have lost their last two on the road but their improvement under David Moyes has been striking and a win today would move them onto the brink of the top half.

Now time to turn our full attention to our 3pm kick-offs.

Tottenham can go third if they beat Huddersfield this afternoon, while the Terriers are bidding to go six points away from the bottom three. That could be enough to see them survive their first season in the Premier League.

Full-time at Turf Moor and Burnley have ended their two-and-a-half month run without a win by coming from behind to win a Premier League game for the first time. Ten-man Everton's woes continue and Sam Alladyce's future at Goodison Park looks all-but over.

Fernando Llorente scored a second half hat-trick for Tottenham against Rochdale in mid-week, but that performance is not even enough for a place on the bench this afternoon against Huddersfield.

Not the best first season in north London for the Spaniard.

More drama at Burnley where Everton have been reduced to 10 men as Ashley Williams is sent off for swing an elbow at Ashley Barnes at a free-kick. Just three minutes left with the hosts leading 2-1.

Watford vs West Brom

🔢 | #watfordfc line-up v @WBA | Karnezis (GK); Janmaat, Prödl, Mariappa, Holebas; Doucouré, Capoue; Carrillo, Pereyra, Richarlison; Deeney (C).

Subs | Gomes (GK), Britos, Zeegelaar, Hughes, Lukebakio, Gray, Okaka.#WATWBA

— Watford Football Club (@WatfordFC) March 3, 2018

📷 Our team to take on the Hornets…#WATWBA #COYB #WBA

— West Bromwich Albion (@WBA) March 3, 2018

Swansea City vs West Ham United

Southampton vs Stoke

The teams are in! 😇

Here's how #SaintsFC line-up today to face #SCFC in the #PL:

— Southampton FC (@SouthamptonFC) March 3, 2018

📝 Paul Lambert names an unchanged starting XI for this afternoon's @premierleague game against @SouthamptonFC.

Just four changes on the bench at St Mary's as follows:

↪️ Haugaard, Shawcross, Crouch and Fletcher
↩️ Grant, Adam, Ramadan and Campbell#SCFC 🔴⚪️

— Stoke City FC (@stokecity) March 3, 2018

A late goal at Turf Moor and is it a winner for Burnley?

Chris Wood came on at half time and he delivers with a header from close range to put the Clarets ahead for the first time.

Sean Dyche's side have never come from behind to win in the Premier League. Can they buck that trend against Everton today?

Leicester City vs Bournemouth

Today's starting XI: Schmeichel, Amartey, Morgan (c), Maguire, Fuchs, Ndidi, Silva, James, Mahrez, Albrighton, Vardy.

Subs: Hamer, Dragović, Chilwell, Iborra, Gray, Diabaté, Iheanacho. #LeiBou

— Leicester City (@LCFC) March 3, 2018

📰 Headline #LEIBOU team news...

🔘 One change to starting XI
🔘 A Smith starts
🔘 Defoe, Fraser on bench

Live blog ➡️ 🍒

— AFC Bournemouth 🍒 (@afcbournemouth) March 3, 2018

There are four other 3pm kick-offs in the Premier League to feast on this afternoon. Lets go around the country for the teams from each of those games, starting at the King Power Stadium.....

Huddersfield name an unchanged side for the visit of Tottenham.

Spurs make one alteration with Jan Vertonghen coming in for Victor Wanyama, who drops to the bench.

And now for Tottenham.

Huddersfield's team is in first.

Team news from across the country on the way.....

Tottenham's players arrive at Wembley.

Our focus this afternoon is on matters at Wembley where Tottenham host Huddersfield.

The teams should be with us in around 10 minutes, but how might both sides line up this afternoon?

Harry Kane, Hugo Lloris and Christian Eriksen were rested in mid-week against Rochdale and will all return, while Jan Vertonghen should be reinstated in defence.

Huddersfield have Philip Billing and Chris Lowe available again but the match comes too soon for knee injury victims Aaron Moy and Elias Kachunga.

Goal at Turf Moor and a belated equaliser for Burnley. Ashley Barnes peels off Michael Keane and thumps past Jordan Pickford.

Half an hour to go in Lancashire, and Wayne Rooney is on for Everton.

With lots of games off in the Football League, a big shout out has to go to those people who have held keep games on up and down the country.

As things stand all of this weekend's Premier League games are scheduled to go ahead, with a handful in the Championship and League's One and Two having also seen off the snow and freezing conditions which have dominated the last week.

These stewards are among those at Wembley helping to ensure the game goes off without a hitch.

The Premier League action is already under way this afternoon, with Burnley hosting Everton at Turf Moor in the lunchtime kick-off.

The second half has just begun, with the visitors leading 1-0 at the break. Cenk Tosun headed home his first Toffees goal, but the Clarets have forced Jordan Pickford in several full-length saves in search of an equaliser.

I'll keep you updated with all the action in the second half as it happens.

The first bit of news this afternoon comes from Vicarage Road where Watford vs West Brom is ON.

Fans were urged to assemble at the ground to help clear the snow on the pitch and the surrounding areas, and that has proved enough to ensure the game goes ahead.

Those who turned up from 8:30am this morning were fuelled with tea, coffee and bacon sandwiches, and rewarded with a ticket to today's game. What a club.

After a week dominated by snow and freezing conditions, hopefully we can get back to talking about anything but the weather. And with any lucky today's Premier League action, headlined by Tottenham against Huddersfield, can provide us with some interesting talking points.

There are five games at 3pm to distract us from the events outside our doors and window, with the bottom of the table the main source of interest. All of the bottom three are in action and if results go there way the fabric of the battle to avoid relegation may change significantly.

Our attention will be back on events at Wembley where Tottenham could go third if they beat a Huddersfield side who have won their last two to pull three points away from the bottom three. But any more slip ups and they'll duly be hauled right back in.

All the team news and build-up ahead of the games on the way.