- Harry Kane scores twice and Tottenham net four second-half goals to get back to winning ways with an emphatic defeat of sorry Stoke at Wembley Stadium
- It is the fourth time in a row that the hapless Potters have conceded four or more times against Spurs, who avoid their first five-match winless league run since 2012
- Asmir Begovic saves Christian Benteke's stoppage-time penalty as Bournemouth, thanks to a brace from Jermain Defoe, claim a draw in four-goal thriller against Crystal Palace
- Burnley move to within one point of the Champions League places after Scott Arfield's first-half goal sinks Watford, who saw Marvin Zeegelaar sent off for a foul on Steven Defour
- Swansea move off the foot of the table after Wilfried Bony's late strike secures a narrow win over fellow strugglers West Brom
- Huddersfield halt a run of four straight losses as Steve Mounie's brace lifts the Terriers past Brighton
- RECAP: West Ham 1-0 Chelsea
That is all from me, thanks for following along. Rhod Cannon is the man in the hotseat tomorrow for a bumper Sunday of Premier League action that includes both the Merseyside and Manchester derbies in addition to Southampton vs Arsenal.
Until then, it's goodbye.
Tottenham's resounding win sees them draw level on points with Arsenal and temporarily move above their north London rivals into fifth place before the Gunners travel to Southampton tomorrow.
Elsewhere, Arfield's first-half winner against 10-man Watford means that in-form Burnley, still seventh, are just a point adrift of the Champions League places.
Mounie's brace halts a run of four straight defeats for Huddersfield and lifts the Terriers above Brighton and into mid-table.
Swansea's win over West Brom coupled with that last-gasp penalty miss from Benteke means that Palace are back on the bottom. Stoke slide back closer towards the bottom three, while the Baggies are now level on points with 18th-place West Ham.
Crystal Palace 2-2 Bournemouth
Engrossing late drama at Selhurst as Palace push for a winner before Bournemouth win a corner. Callum Wilson appeals for a penalty for handball before the referee finally blows the full-time whistle.
What a contest.
Benteke's casual effort is easily repelled by Begovic.
Burnley 1-0 Watford
Zaha earns another penalty for Palace in the 92nd minute after he is fouled by Charlie Daniels, who may have got something on the ball.
Milivojevic, who scored from the spot in the first half, is still on the pitch but Christian Benteke will take it.
Penalty to Crystal Palace
Huddersfield 2-0 Brighton
Swansea 1-0 West Brom
Tottenham 5-1 Stoke
Just the two minutes of added time for Stoke to endure.
I don't think it's an exaggeration to say that Tottenham could have had 10 goals today were it not for the exploits of Butland.
He denies Kane a hat-trick after good work from Lamela, who has shown some nice touches since coming on.
Kane fires wide for Tottenham before Pochettino sends on Llorente in place of the excellent Son.
The offside flag stays down as Vertonghen attempts a volley but gets nothing but fresh air. That would have counted, despite Stoke's protestations.
After a scramble in the West Brom six-yard box, Bony turns home his second goal in as many matches to put Swansea on the verge of a crucial three points at the Liberty Stadium.
What a massive result that would be for the under-fire Paul Clement.
Goal: Swansea 1-0 West Brom (Wilfried Bony)
Son weaves his way between Stoke defenders all too easily and only a terrific low save from Butland prevents Eriksen from making it six from about eight yards out.
Lloris completely misses a Stoke corner and that allows Shawcross to head in a consolation goal for the visitors. He has now netted at both ends.
Goal: Tottenham 5-1 Stoke (Ryan Shawcross)
Pochettino withdraws Winks in favour of Sissoko and Stoke replace Allen with Ibrahim Afellay.
Just before that latter sub, Jan Vertonghen made a great last-ditch tackle to deny Crouch. The pioneer of the robot needs just one more goal to become Stoke's all-time leading Premier League scorer.
Cameron replaces Shaqiri, who looked to have checked out of this game a while ago. He looks mightily miffed as he takes a seat on the Stoke bench.
Not for the first time today, Son leads a swift counter after Stoke lose possession at their own corner.
The visitors just stand around and watch as Eriksen strokes Tottenham's fifth goal of the afternoon beyond Butland. Absolutely pitiful.
Goal: Tottenham 5-0 Stoke (Christian Eriksen)
Erik Lamela comes on to make just his second appearance in more than a year. Alli makes way.
Peter Crouch will also go up against one of his multitude of former clubs as he replaces Edwards.