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Well that brings an end to our live coverage of the Premier League for another day. We're back tomorrow with two cracking games; Chelsea vs Arsenal and Manchester United vs Everton. But until then, goodbye.

Full time: Tottenham 0-0 Swansea

Spurs are still without a league win at Wembley after being held by Swansea. Chances were few and far between but the best of them fell to Harry Kane, who hit the bar in the second half. The Swans offered nothing going forward but they defended manfully.

Aurier toe-pokes wide. Swansea holding on desperately here.

Man-of-the-match given to Federico Fernandez. Sums up the game really. Swansea defence has dominated this game.

Serge Aurier wants a penalty and Mike Dean blows the whistle, to award a free-kick for Swansea for a handball. No spot kick. Ayew did trip him however.

Tottenham fans leaving with around five minutes to go. It hasn't been pretty but it's a tight game and there have been chances. Maybe you miss the start of X Factor?

Nine minutes left and another chance for Harry Kane, who shoots wide; inches away from Fabianski's goal.

Swansea with a chance to exert some pressure on Tottenham. A free-kick is punched clear by Lloris and when the ball falls to Clucas he takes aim but batters the ball wide.

Fernando Llorente on for Tottenham, the last throw on the dice you would suggest.

Tottenham want a penalty again when the ball strikes a Swansea arm. Pretty desperate appeal, I would venture.

Wilfried Bony on for the last 20 minutes, replacing Tammy Abraham who has been pretty quiet.

Dele Alli looks destined to head Tottenham ahead but he gets his angles all wrong and can't get it on target.

Tottenham can't believe they aren't ahead at Wembley.

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Lukasz Fabianski being called upon regularly now and he does well to keep out Harry Kane's flicked header from a corner. Tottenham pressing hard.

OFF THE BAR! Tottenham pushing hard for this opening goal and they come within inches of the lead. Son forces a save out of Fabianski before cutting the ball back, where Kane slams the ball off the woodwork.

Pochettino playing around with his system to try and find the right formula. Kieran Trippier is now back on the left, with Sissoko on the right. Eric Dier into central midfield.

Kieran Trippier collides with Naughton in the box and wants a penalty but Mike Dean shakes his head. It was a pretty ambitious appeal.

It's Christian Eriksen with the latest effort from range for Tottenham - largely where their best openings have come from - but Faianski gets down easily to make the save.

Players are out and we'e back under way at Wembley. Can Swansea hold on or can Tottenham ease their troubles at their temporary home?

Half time: Tottenham 0-0 Swansea

A really poor half of football, from both sides. Swansea will naturally be the happier having frustrated Spurs for long periods but neither team have offered much of a threat going forward. Must do better.

Jan Vertonghen responds for Tottenham with a shot from range which Fabianski holds well. But Swansea comfortable.

Chance for Swansea as we approach half time. Van der Hoorn gets himself free from a corner and heads over. Just couldn't keep it down. That's as exciting as it has got in the first half.

Renato Sanches has been closely watch during this first half.

Renato Sanches
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Tottenham building slowly but a great cross from Son sees Fernandez facing his own goal and he is fortunate not to find the top corner when he attempts to clear.

Dele Alli frustrated during the opening exchanges.

Dele Alli
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Game has reached a bit of a lull it must be said. Not a classic this one so far. Swansea holding their own and even force a half chance when Abraham gets around Sanchez [that takes a while] and cuts the ball back to Carroll, who against his former club can't make proper contact.

Get the feeling there are plenty of tourists who have come through the home turnstiles this afternoon. A bit of a pre-season type atmosphere about the early stages of this games. I imagine many of the games against sides outside the top six might be similar, which won't help the atmosphere.

Son Heung-Min almost repeats his goal from Dortmund in the 10th minute here, but Fabianski does well to keep it out at the near post.

Harry Kane has been on fire this week and he aims to continue that form with a free-kick from 30 yards which is eventually pushed behind by Fabianski - the former Arsenal stopper of course.

As is the way at any public event.

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Hugo Lloris with a horrible clearance which he skews and loops up to Ayew around 30 yards from goal, but his effort is even worse and it balloons wide.

First glimmer in this game comes to Dele Alli - absent for the Champions League win over Dortmund due to suspension - who volley's wide after Swansea only half clear.

And we're under way at Wembley.

Teams are out at Wembley and the pre-match pomp and circumstance is under way. can Tottenham arrest their problems at their new home, or can Swansea frustrate them further?

Renato Sanches had a difficult debut against Newcastle last weekend, it must be said, following his deadline day move from Bayern Munich on a season-long loan. Essentially billed as the replacement for Gylfi Sigurdsson, it is vital he hits the ground running for the Swans.

Renato Sanches

Sun-decked Wembley this afternoon as fans arrive ahead of kick-off.

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So is today the Wembley jitters are finally conquered by Tottenham? Defeat to Chelsea and the draw with Burnley has meant they are still without a league win at their temporary home, but they have the perfect chance to end that sequence with a win today over a Swansea side whose season has not really got going.

Full time in the five 3pm kick-offs. Plenty of goals and the odds surprise. Catch up with all the action here.

Tottenham on their way out at Wembley.

One change each for Tottenham and Swansea.

Moussa Sissoko comes in for Ben Davies in a bit of a reshuffle from Mauricio Pochettino.

And as for Swansea, Mike van der Hoorn comes into a back five ahead of Leroy Fer.

Teams in at Wembley....

#THFC: Lloris (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Vertonghen, Dier, Sissoko, Eriksen, Son, Dele, Kane. #COYS

— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) September 16, 2017

Here’s how we will line up against @SpursOfficial this afternoon… 📋#TOTSWA

— Swansea City AFC (@SwansOfficial) September 16, 2017

Security beefed up in north west London ahead of kick-off.

Tottenham vs Swansea
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While Tottenham have had a fair share of problems at Wembley, Swansea City are actually unbeaten on this ground. They won the Championship play-off final in 2011 against Reading, before claiming the League Cup in 2013 after overcoming Bradford City. fair to say their opponents this afternoon will be slightly tougher.

Before we get news of the teams in around 15 minutes, you may want to head over to our live blog of the 3pm kick-offs. Liverpool, Man City and Newcastle all in action. Plenty of goals around too.

So how will both sides line up today? Tottenham are without Erik Lamela, Danny Rose and Victor Wanyama, but Dele Alli returns after serving the first of his three-game European ban.

Ki Sung-yeung and Nathan Dyer are the only absentees for Swansea, but Wilfried Bony will start on the bench as he attempts to return to full fitness.

Have Tottenham finally lifted the Wembley curse? Mauricio Pochettino's men claimed their first competitive win inside 90 minutes for 18 years against Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday, but the wait for their first league win at their temporary home continues.

Though Swansea will be forgiven for their stuttering start to the season, the apologists' patience will only last so long. The quicker Renato Sanches and Wilfred Bony can be integrated the better, with both players looking off the pace against Newcastle last weekend. The possibility of coming up against former striker Fernando Llorente will only highlight how tough the transfer window was for the Swans.

All the team news and build-up ahead of the 5:30pm kick-off on the way