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Summary

  1. Liverpool beat Tottenham 3-0
  2. Sterling, Gerrard and Moreno score
  3. Aston Villa beat Hull 2-1

Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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That's it for the Premier League then until the 13th of September as we enter international mode.

Before all of that of course it's the big one - Transfer Deadline Day.

We'll be rolling from 7am tomorrow right through to midnight and beyond. See you all there...

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Rob, Villa fan: I love Leicester! 3rd place for 2 weeks thanks to them :-)

Panic buys?

There will no doubt be a panic buy or two during the course of tomorrow. I predict that Harry Redknapp will replace Loic Remy at QPR with at least four strikers for a start.

But how do these signings come to pass? Who makes them happen? Why are they left to the last minute?

Have a read of this as we look at the moves of Andy Carroll, Benjani, Marouane Fellaini, Mikel Arteta and Roman Pavlyuchenko.

DEADLINE DAY LOOMS

Arsene Wenger wants a striker, Falcao wants a club, Javier Hernandez is off to Real Madrid - Transfer deadline day promises to be as busy as ever and you can follow all the latest on BBC online, television and radio.

The transfer window closes at 23:00 BST on Monday in England and Scotland, with major European leagues also having a deadline of 1 September.

Follow our live text commentary from 07:00 BST on your computer, tablet or phone via the BBC Sport website or app all the way through to the bitter end.

For details of our coverage online, on TV, Radio and Social Media check out this page here.

Manager reaction

Leicester 1-1 Arsenal

More from Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger: "We were unlucky we conceded the goal when Laurent Koscielny was injured. I don't think we would have conceded otherwise. But a draw was a fair result and we didn't create enough today - clear-cut chances.

"We lacked a bit of creativity and sharpness. We had a tough game against Besiktas in the Champions League, it is not an excuse but we were a bit jaded.

"I don't think any of the injuries we picked up are a problem."

Manager reaction

Leicester 1-1 Arsenal

Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson: "It was another illustration of how difficult the Premier League can be. We played well, but we have played better and been more assured in possession. But we still showed the ability to create things.

"To be successful you can't go into the Premier League and just be tight and not create things. We looked dangerous on the counter attack and with some decent moves.

"We have got more to come. We have got some ability that has not been maximised so far.

"We didn't feel particularly threatened. We felt a lot of the chances they had a punt at were from distance and didn't trouble us.

"We are disappointed not to win. We have to win enough games to meet our objectives this season."

Manager reaction

Leicester 1-1 Arsenal

Arsene Wenger
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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger to BBC Sport: "It was tough, Leicester played very well and defended with a lot of heart.

"Our attackers did well but on the other hand they were not fantastic they didn't score. We are active in the window, we are working hard to find a solution.

"We try very hard. Nobody can ever predict what can happen in the last 24 hours. But if we had to buy a player every time you didn't win a game it would be too easy. In the Premier League it is difficult to win games. That is the way it is."

Leicester 1-1 Arsenal

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says away games at Everton, Beskitas and Leicester have left his squad tired - 'but that's not an excuse.'

He does also say he is open to signing a forward if they can find the right player.

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BBC Radio 5 live

Don't forget that lines are open for 606.

Is Mario Balotelli the answer for Liverpool? Diego Costa, love him or hate him, does he need to learn Premier League respect? And Wayne Rooney, it's been 10 years since he signed for Manchester United, has he fulfilled his potential?

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Transfer latest

Hernandez to Real?

In what could be one of the more surprising moves of Deadline Day, Manchester United and Real Madrid have discussed a potential loan deal for Javier Hernandez.

Hernandez joined the club from Guadalajara in 2010 and featured in two Premier League-title winning squads.

Juventus and Valencia have previously lodged bids for the Mexico striker.

Javier Hernandez
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Andy Cadle: People are totally over analysing PL teams in the early season. Lest we forget, it's a marathon and not a sprint.

Ali Morgan: Incredibly disheartening to see all the promise and momentum from our FA Cup triumph vanish.

Richard McLernon: If Walcott wanted the opportunity to show he can play an outright striker, He will get no better chance than this season.

PLAYER REACTION

Aston Villa 2-1 Hull

Tom Huddlestone
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Hull players and staff are being very honest in the wake of their 2-1 defeat by Aston Villa.

After manager Steve Bruce apologised and defender Curtis Davies admitted it was "embarrassing", midfielder Tom Huddlestone has had his stay on Twitter.

As well as using a bad word, he said: "I was Hopeless today. Lads fought back well in the second half but the first half performance all round was unacceptable."

Leicester manager Nigel Pearson's words may hurt Arsenal fans as he says that despite Arsenal's 24 effort on goal the Foxes 'never felt in any danger.'

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Griff, Hammersmith: Where's Arsenal's urgency? There was nothing from anyone to try and find a winner. we MUST buy a striker.

John: Leicester City's poor finishing has cost them over the past two games vs both Chelsea and Arsenal. They should be out of sight in this game with the chances they've had, but at this level your strikers must take them. Arsenal will be very relieved to leave with a point today.

Chuck Macleod: Where's Wes Morgan's England call up?

Gary Lineker

BBC Sport

"Absolutely brilliant performance from @OfficialFOXES. Two points from Everton, Chelsea and Arsenal is a superb start. As for Arsenal, if Wenger doesn't bring in a decent striker even fourth place might elude them this season."

Player reaction

Leicester 1-1 Arsenal

Leo Ulloa
Reuters

Leicester goalscorer Leo Ulloa: "I am happy because we have one point more and the team played well.

"The cross was fantastic. I worked hard for that (goal) and I'm happy.

"It's important for me to continue my work and to score."

Two goals in two home games for the Foxes' record signing.

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Phil McNulty

BBC Sport Chief Football Writer

"Got absolutely hammered for suggesting Arsenal might finish fifth. Still think it could happen unless Wenger acts in the market."

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Jerb: Why Ozil out wide? Why 4141 which doesn't suit any of our players? Why no striker? Why no DM? So many questions, awful today.

Martin Robertson: Gone the days of Wenger improving players. They're getting worse. Wilshere, Chamberlain are worse. Ozil and Sanchez look inept.

Rob Kershaw: Well played Leicester! Overall, they were more deserving of the 3 points, but it's like a victory for LFC, City & Chelsea.

STAT ATTACK

Leicester 1-1 Arsenal

Mesut Ozil has now assisted only one goal in his last 10 Premier League games.

David Nugent has not scored a Premier League goal since playing for Burnley in 2009-10. His last effort came in March 2010.

Leicester have scored at least once in each of their last 17 league games at home.

Leicester 1-1 Arsenal

Robbie Savage

BBC Radio 5 live

"What today showed is that Arsenal, in that defensive midfield area, need an enforcer. To be really considered as challenging City and Chelsea they need a centre-forward and a central midfielder."

Go European

Villarreal v Barcelona (18:00 BST)

Neymar returns to the Barcelona squad after injury tonight - but he doesn't return to Luis Enrique's starting XI. Teenage forward Munir, the latest boy wonder of Barca's boy wonder producing La Masia academy, keeps his spot after scoring on his debut last weekend.

You can follow the action in our European football live text.

Barcelona forward Munir
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FULL-TIME

Leicester 1-1 Arsenal

MOTD's Simon Brotherton at the King Power Stadium

"Arsenal had so much of the play, but in the end, they couldn't make it count, and they picked up a few injuries for their troubles too."

Leicester 1-1 Arsenal

Robbie Savage

BBC Radio 5 live

"I think Leicester before the game would have been happy with a point, but with their energy, passion and the chances they created they will be really disappointed that they did not win the game."

Leicester 1-1 Arsenal

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is in a heap holding his calf. It doesn't look like he will be playing for England this week.

FULL-TIME

Leicester 1-1 Arsenal

It's all over! Another solid showing from Leicester, who have now taken two points from games with Everton, Chelsea and Arsenal. Heartening stuff.

CLOSE!

Leicester 1-1 Arsenal

Good effort! Danny Drinkwater fires in a low drive from 25 yards which skids past the far post. The home fans were almost up there!

INJURY TIME

Leicester 1-1 Arsenal

THREE MINUTES added on at the King Power Stadium. It's Leicester who have the ball now...

606 phone-in

BBC Radio 5 live

Lines are open for 606.

Is Mario Balotelli the answer for Liverpool? Diego Costa, love him or hate him, does he need to learn Premier League respect? And Wayne Rooney, it's been 10 years since he signed for Manchester United, has he fulfilled his potential?

Call Kelly Cates and Kevin Kilbane on 0500 909 69, text 85058 or ping @bbc606 on Twitter.

FINAL FIVE

Leicester 1-1 Arsenal

Into the last few minutes then. Now or never guys...

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Miracle Roch!: Just have to accept the reality that we will never be as ruthless as we were during our Henry days.

Leicester 1-1 Arsenal

This is very similar to watching Manchester United try and break down Burnley yesterday. Not much invention or danger from either side, which given the amount of £20m+ players on display is surprising.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is now limping after a knock on halfway.

Leicester 1-1 Arsenal

Robbie Savage

BBC Radio 5 live

"Absolutely brilliant from Jamie Vardy, there goes Arsenal's lack of a midfield enforcer. Arsenal are getting ripped apart in central areas. But Leicester could come out of this game with two points when they could have had seven, from games against some of the top teams in the Premier League."

GREAT SAVE!

Leicester 1-1 Arsenal

Well played Jamie Vardy! The Leicester sub picks up the loose ball on halfway, dives inside Calum Chambers and plays a one-two with Dave Nugent to power into the box. He has to hit it first time, and does, Wojciech Szczesny making a cracking save to push it out.

Jamie Vardy goes close to putting Leicester 2-1 in front
Reuters

THE LATE SHOW

Leicester 1-1 Arsenal

Eight minutes of normal time left.

Don't forget, Arsenal have scored in the last minute of both Premier League games so far...

Leicester 1-1 Arsenal

Mesut Ozil limps back on to the pitch. He's not fully fit by any means but he's asked to do a job.

Messut Ozil
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Leicester 1-1 Arsenal

Robbie Savage

BBC Radio 5 live

"If Arsenal want to be serious about winning the league they have to improve their squad, but with a day left I don't think they will do it."

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Greg Connock: Arsenal look rather fragile, each Leicester attack incises through the back four without fail at nearly every attempt.

Oli Leggett: Sanogo has bags of talent but little experience. Frustration will impede his progress because there's too much pressure on him.

Photogenic: I think Walcott will play down the middle when he returns.

Leicester 1-1 Arsenal

Lukas Podolski, a man with 116 caps and 47 goals for Germany, is now through the middle. But problems here for Arsenal as Mesut Ozil goes down holding his ankle.

He immediately signals for a substitution with the internationally recognised gesture of rotating your two index fingers, but of course Arsenal have made all of their changes.

They are down to 10 men as Ozil has some work done.

SUBSTITUTION

Leicester 1-1 Arsenal - Sanogo OFF

Yaya Sanogo
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Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is on in place of Santi Cazorla, and Lukas Podolski replaces - wait for it - Yaya Sanogo.

SUBSTITUTION

Leicester 1-1 Arsenal

Leicester goalscorer Leo Ulloa is replaced in the final 15 minutes, limping off with midfielder Danny Drinkwater on in his place.