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Summary

  1. Rooney off as Man Utd beat West Ham 2-1
  2. Chelsea 3-0 Villa; Everton 1-1 Liverpool
  3. Hull 2-4 Man City; Palace 2-0 Leicester
  4. Saints 2-1 QPR; Sunderland 0-0 Swansea

Live Reporting

By Gary Rose, Marc Higginson and Mandeep Sanghera

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    Fancy some more football? Of course you do, so join my colleague Sam Sheringham as he takes you through the action in Spain and Italy, with Atletico Madrid and Juventus currently playing.

    Oh and yes, both Barcelona and Real Madrid have already played and both Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo scored. Standard.

    As for us, it is time to wind down this live text commentary, but we will crank it back up again tomorrow for West Brom v Burnley, which kicks off at 16:00 BST.

    Cheerio.

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    Robbie Savage

    6-0-6 on BBC Radio 5 live

    Joe Hart

    "If I was Joe Hart and I'm not back in the Man City team soon I'd look to move in January. If you're not playing, you're not first choice for your team, you cannot be first choice for your country.

    "It's harsh on Hart, who has played very, very well this season. But if he doesn't play on Tuesday against Roma then it's clear he's not being rested, he's been dropped."

  3. Harsh on Hart?

    Hull v Manchester City tops the order on Match of the Day, a game which saw City manager Manuel Pellegrini make the surprise decision to name goalkeeper Joe Hart on the bench.

    He was dropped last November but won his place back from Costel Pantilimon. Is Pellegrini wanting to see the same reaction?

  4. Match of the Day

    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

    There were 21 goals scored in eight Premier League games today, some stunners amongst them, so don't forget to watch Match of the Day on BBC One, 10:30 BST.

    Here is the running order: 1. Hull v Manchester City, 2. Man U v West Ham, 3. Chelsea v Villa, 4. Liverpool v Everton, 5. Southampton v QPR, 6. Arsenal v Spurs, 7. Palace v Leicester, 8. Sunderland v Swansea.

  5. Text us on 81111

    Amar in Wolverhampton: Not good enough from Arsenal. Will Chelsea drop many points at home to teams of Spurs' quality? I doubt it.

    Sam: As much as I love Wenger, I think he should go after this season. We need a change, and I think Klopp would be perfect, and he wants to win. I love Wenger as much as the next Gunners fan, but I think it's time for something else for Arsenal.

    Andy: Complete rubbish. Arsene has been managing with his hands tied behind his back - wait till the end of the season to judge! Spurs had 30% of the game, says it all.

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    League Two

    Bury slipped from top spot in League Two after Jimmy Keohane's 83rd minute strike gave Exeter a surprise 2-1 win and ended The Shakers eight-game unbeaten run. The hosts are enjoying a mini-revival after a poor start to the season, having now won three games on the bounce.

    Stuart Beavon's left-footed strike was enough to hand Burton Albion a 1-0 win against Cheltenham at the Pirelli Stadium and take top spot.

    Gary Rowett's side are one point ahead of second-placed Wycombe, who beat Cambridge 1-0 thanks to Paul Hayes's 63rd minute winner at Adams Park.

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    League One

    Wade Elliott's 74th minute strike handed league-leaders Bristol City a 3-2 win in their top-of-the-table clash with MK Dons at Ashton Gate. The Don's fought back from two goals down to make a real game of it but no sooner had Benik Afobe equalised for the visitors in the 73rd minute, than Wade Elliott hit back for the hosts, who extend their unbeaten run to nine games.

    Peterborough move into second place and keep the pressure on at the top after Conor Washington's strike just before the break gave Darren Ferguson's side a 1-0 win against Fleetwood at London Road and ended a run of two defeats.

    Leyton Orient, who parted company with manager Russell Slade this week, fought back from a goal down to lead 2-1 against Rochdale at Brisbane Road but couldn't hold on for their first home win of the season, eventually going down 3-2 as Matt Done hit a 66th minute winner.

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    Championship

    Norwich City moved ahead of Nottingham Forest, who were held 0-0 at home to Brighton, at the top of the Championship after fighting back from a goal down to beat Blackpool 3-1 at Bloomfield Road. Nathan Delfouneso handed the Seasiders a 46th minute lead before a Donervorn Daniels own goal levelled the scores and Lewis Grabban and Josh Murphy scored to secure all three points.

    Fulham caretaker manager Kit Symons boosted his chances of landing the job an a permanent basis after Hugo Rodallega's 71st minute strike handed the Cottagers their first league win of the season. Tim Hoogland's 63rd minute strike cancelled out David Cotterill's opener for Birmingham as Fulham maintained their winning form from the League Cup in midweek.

    Darko Milanic's first game as Leeds United manager did not go to plan at Brentford. The Whites headed into the match on an unbeaten four-game run but were handed a 2-0 defeat by the Bees thanks to goals from Jota and Alan McCormack.

  9. Post update

    There were 21 goals scored in the Premier League today across eight games, but how about in the Football League? Time for a quick look back at how things unfolded in the Championship, League One and League Two...

  10. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Kavit Gada: Given up on Wenger .Ozil's best position is the no. 10! Flamini and Arteta are not good enough to be defensive midfielders. Nothing has changed!

    Allan Abbas: Forget "Bad Luck", i wonder if the word "Luck" ever exist in Arsenal's world. Injury after injury.

  11. Manager reaction

    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

    Mauricio Pochettino

    Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino: "I think it is a good result for us. Maybe Arsenal controlled the game and had the ball more than us but we played well and defended well. I am happy with the performance in a tough game. I think the draw is fair.

    "We scored a great goal. This is our philosophy, which is difficult to keep for 90 minutes at the moment, but we are on our way."

  12. Manager reaction

    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

    Arsenal

    Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger: "We had a lot of the ball and it finished 1-1 so I am frustrated. We had good spirit and determination. We had 77% possession in the second half which is unbelievable. I am frustrated because we dropped two points and I am frustrated because we didn't make enough of our set-pieces. You want to be rewarded for the work you put in.

    "You always want to create more but that is the Premier League now, teams sit deep. I had reduced options as well because I lost players. I had only one option for an attacking player to bring on at half-time."

    When asked if Aaron Ramsey and Mikel Arteta would be fit for the Champions League game on Wednesday: "No chance. If it is a muscular problem I don' t see how they can be fit in five or six days time."

  13. Text us on 81111

    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

    Jamie from Lincoln: The season's just started and I can't remember feeling more disappointed. I think Wenger needs to go, and bring in a manager who wants to win trophies. Sorry, but Wenger knows our weakness and for years he hasn't strengthened. Time to go, Wenger.

  14. Player reaction

    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

    Tottenham goalscorer Nacer Chadli, speaking to Sky Sports: "I'm very happy to score in the derby. Erik [Lamela] gave me the ball and I just tried to shoot into the far corner.

    "We defended well and with the pace we have we could cause Arsenal problems. As a team we fought for each other and that is important for the team spirit. We have one point at the Emirates and that is not bad."

    Nacer Chadli
  15. Post update

    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

    Ryan Mason had a good game for Tottenham, especially after making his league debut in such a fixture.

    The midfielder had rave reviews during his stint at Swindon last season, and evidently a bit of graft in League One has been character building for the 23-year-old.

  16. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

    Ian Marks: Good result for Spurs - it does beg the question why they can't defend as good as that on a regular basis...

    Dax Fullbrook: Thank goodness for Lloris.

    Kuntal Majumdar: Hugo Lloris - man of the match for me! David De Gea should take lessons from this man in motivation and goalkeeping.

  17. Player reaction

    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

    Arsenal's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who scored his first goal of the season, speaking to Sky Sports: "We did well to come back, but when we made it 1-1 we pushed on and tried to get the winner.

    "Sometimes it's not about the best football, it's about who wants to win it more. In the second half we settled down and started to pass the ball more.

    "I'll be working on scoring more as I have the potential to do that, but I also have my role to do defensively. As long as the boss gives me the licence to drive forwards and try and take people on I'm not too fussed where I play.

    "We would have liked to have played some better football but it is important that we are not losing games. First and foremost we have to defend and then the more fluid side of our game will come."

    Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
  18. Post update

    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

    Possession

    Tottenham had just 31% of the possession in that game, their second lowest in a Premier League fixture from 2006-07 onwards. They are now without a win since the end of August.

  19. Chasing the game

    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

    The draw maintains Arsenal's unbeaten start to the season in the Premier League but something Arsene Wenger will surely be keen to address sooner rather than later is the fact they have had to come from behind in four of their six games this season.

    They are fourth with 10 points, six behind leaders Chelsea.

  20. Post update

    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

    Former QPR and Charlton forward Bradley Allen

    BBC London Digital Radio

    "Tottenham showed a good, strong defensive spirit that kept them in the game. They did score against the run of play at the start of the second half, playing on the counter-attack. Arsenal dominated the lion's share of the game but didn't fashion that many opportunities.

    "The Gunners just ran out of ideas and steam and they put in the effort and chased the game in the closing stages. Spurs will be happy with this result, while Arsenal will be a tad disappointed."

  21. Post update

    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport Chief Football Writer at Emirates

    "Spurs fans, understandably, seem happier with a point. Lots of late pressure from Arsenal but Spurs stayed strong under pressure. Lots to satisfy both managers."

  22. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

    Miracle Roch: Arsenal have a problem. It's the focal point of attack. We should have got Mandzukic instead of Welbeck.

    Chris Harvey: Chambers looks a good young player. Only a matter of time before we label him as a new messiah and blame him for it going wrong.

    Gully: Calum Chambers has been fantastic - expect to see him wearing Sky Blue for City next season...

  23. FULL-TIME

    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

    All over and Tottenham, you would imagine, will be the happier side with the point. Hard fought and well earned.

  24. Post update

    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

    ...Per Mertesacker's header is deflected behind, and then Mesut Ozil's corner fails to find a team-mate before Hugo Lloris gathers the ball.

  25. Post update

    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

    Tottenham break through Jan Vertonghen but, and let's be honest, he is probably not the man you want leading a counter and he runs straight into trouble. Arsenal swiftly break up the other end and win another corner...

  26. Post update

    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

    Former QPR and Charlton forward Bradley Allen

    BBC London Digital Radio

    "Tottenham are really having to dig deep here. I think Arsenal have one burst left in them in these closing minutes, but many players out there are very tired both in body and mind. This game has been played at breakneck speed from start to finish."

  27. Post update

    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

    Arsenal have a corner but Alexis Sanchez doesn't beat the first man, the ball rebounds back to him but he runs straight into a Tottenham defender and the opportunity passes.

    Alexis Sanchez
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    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

    FIVE minutes of time added on is shown on the fourth official's board.

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    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

    Eric Dier loves to get forward doesn't he? He was effectively a striker when he scored the winner against West Ham at the start of the season, and he rampages forward down the right for Tottenham in this game, but launches a cross high and out of play.

  30. YELLOW CARD

    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

    Calum Chambers tugs Aaron Lennon's shirt and it is spotted by the referee, who shows him the yellow card.

    Calum Chambers
  31. Post update

    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

    Alexis Sanchez's ball into the box is headed away by Jan Vertonghen, but Arsenal are still in possession. Can Tottenham keep them at bay?

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    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham
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    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

    Former QPR and Charlton forward Bradley Allen

    BBC London Digital Radio

    "What negative influence is sports science having on modern-day players? They keep breaking down. I appreciate the speed at which the game is played these days, but the players just play so much football. Look at all the soft tissue injuries we've had tonight, players like Danny Rose and earlier Aaron Ramsey."

  34. SUBSTITUTION

    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

    Danny Rose is down on the ground now, cue jeers from the home crowd. He can't continue and defender Eric Dier, who grabbed a couple of goals early in the season, replaces him. Rose is booked as he goes off, possibly deemed not have left the pitch quickly enough.

  35. SUBSTITUTION

    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

    Tottenham goalscorer Nacer Chadli strolls off as Nabil Bentaleb comes on for the final 10 minutes.

  36. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

    Tom Stylianou: What a dummy by Welbeck!

    Matt Harrison: Danny Welbeck's best ever miss?

    Kritt Normsaskul: Knowing Tottenham as I do, I fully expect the Gunners to go on and win this...

  37. Post update

    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

    It must be quite intimidating down on the pitch for Tottenham players with the noise from the Arsenal fans deafening. The Gunners have the bit between their teeth. They are hungry for a winner now.

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    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

    Former QPR and Charlton forward Bradley Allen

    BBC London Digital Radio

    "A massive response form Arsenal. The crowd drove them on over the last 10 minutes. Spurs didn't clear their lines well enough, and after Welbeck scuffed his shot it broke to Oxlade-Chamberlain, who slammed his shot into the roof of the net. And Tottenham just couldn't hold out, as Arsenal get back on level terms and are now really on top."

  39. GOAL

    Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham - Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

    Well, it has been coming. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain equalises for Arsenal but Tottenham will be kicking themselves after being punished for lazily attempting to clear. Erik Lamela needed only to hook the ball away, but sliced it to Mesut Ozil, whose cross was eventually smashed home by Oxlade-Chamberlain.

    Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
  40. YELLOW CARD

    Arsenal 0-1 Tottenham

    And another yellow as Ryan Mason gets himself booked for flying in on Mesut Ozil. That's seven so far in this game.

  41. YELLOW CARD

    Arsenal 0-1 Tottenham

    Yellow cards galore as Emmanuel Adebayor and Aaron Lennon go in the referee's book for niggly fouls. The home fans are particularly pleased to see Adebayor booked.

  42. Post update

    Arsenal 0-1 Tottenham

    Former QPR and Charlton forward Bradley Allen

    BBC London Digital Radio

    "This is an intriguing passage of play right now. If Arsenal can get an equaliser then expect wave after wave of Gunners attacks. But if Spurs can withstand that pressure then they could break and get one of their own, and move towards winning three points on their travels.

    "Arsene Wenger is getting a little frustrated, as are the supporters, who can see it's not really happening for Arsenal. But Spurs are doing the right thing, slowing the speed of the match down and killing off the game a little."

  43. Post update

    Arsenal 0-1 Tottenham

    It is attack after attack as Arsenal try to find a way through the Tottenham defence. The Spurs backline is holding firm though, crowding out Alexis Sanchez inside the area as he got the ball trapped under his feet.

  44. Post update

    Arsenal 0-1 Tottenham

    Arsenal 0-1 Tottenham
  45. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Arsenal 0-1 Tottenham

    Haider Farouq: This game is kicking off! Take a bow Hugo Lloris.

  46. SUBSTITUTION

    Arsenal 0-1 Tottenham

    Arsene Wenger responds to Tottenham's goal by taking off Jack Wilshere and replacing him with Alexis Sanchez. Aaron Lennon, meanwhile, replaces Christian Eriksen for Tottenham.

    Jack Wilshere
  47. Post update

    Arsenal 0-1 Tottenham

    This game has a real derby atmosphere at the moment with both sets of fans taunting each other, as well as urging their own players on. Sets things up for a good final half-hour.

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    Arsenal 0-1 Tottenham

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport Chief Football Writer at Emirates

    "And that is what Spurs manager Maurico Pochettino has been banging on about all night. Press Arsenal in possession. Christian Eriksen got a flea in his ear for not doing it earlier but that was textbook - pinched it off Mathieu Flamini and set up Nacer Chadli."

  49. GREAT SAVE!

    Arsenal 0-1 Tottenham

    Great work from Hugo Lloris as he saves Per Mertesacker's downward header on the goalline as Arsenal try to respond immediately.

  50. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Arsenal 0-1 Tottenham

    Sam Heaton: That'll teach me to slate a player. Fair play Nacer Chadli. That was an ice cold finish.

  51. Post update

    Arsenal 0-1 Tottenham

    Former QPR and Charlton forward Bradley Allen

    BBC London Digital Radio

    "It was a poor piece of play from Arsenal. They opted to play out from the back and Spurs pressed. Eriksen intercepted, Lamela played in Chadli and his finished was so composed.

    "This game is fast, frenetic and a wonderful Premier League spectacle."

  52. GOAL

    Arsenal 0-1 Tottenham - Nacer Chadli

    They've had few chances, but Tottenham capitalise on a mistake when it counts to take the lead. Mathieu Flamini loses possession to Christian Eriksen, who passes to Erik Lamela and he in turn finds Nacer Chadli, who coolly slots home. What will Arsenal's response be?

    Nacer Chadli celebrates
  53. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Adam Palethorpe: What is Arsene Wenger thinking with Alexis Sanchez? He played the full 90 minutes every game in a high tempo Chile team at the World Cup. Waste.

    OneElNino: What's wrong with Spurs today? Look jaded and tired.

  54. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    A good spell for Arsenal at the moment with Totteham players packing out their own box and just Erik Lamela in an advanced position. Surely not a tactic that can be sustained for a further 40 minutes?

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    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Former QPR and Charlton forward Bradley Allen

    BBC London Digital Radio

    "Arsenal, buoyed by enormous support within the Emirates this evening, will be encouraged to go forward. But that's dangerous - Tottenham could break with good numbers across the halfway line. If that does happen, Spurs need not to be wasteful."

  56. CLOSE!

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    A brilliant bit of passing between Mesut Ozil and Jack Wilshere just inside the Tottenham area sees the former with a sight of goal, but his powerful drive is pushed away by Hugo Lloris.

    Mesut Ozil
  57. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Arsenal's turn to attack follows soon after as a short corner is intercepted but Kieran Gibbs quickly wins back possession but blazes his cross high and wide. I say it was a cross, it may well have been a shot. Whatever it was, it was not great.

  58. Post update

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham
  59. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Calum Chambers nods behind Ryan Mason's cross as Tottenham attack straight from the restart, but the subsequent corner is headed away by Per Mertesacker.

  60. KICK-OFF

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    The fans all seem happy with what they have seen so far and are still in great voice as Tottenham get matters back under way.

  61. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Arsenal's formation has been fairly fluid but Mesut Ozil, who started the game plating further out wide than he did against Aston Villa, has struggled to make an impact. Most of his passes in the first half were to team-mate Aaron Ramsey, with few forward efforts. Plenty of time yet though.

  62. Text us on 81111

    Rich, Tottenham: Erik Lamela loses the ball way too much for someone that cost more than £5m ( he cost over £30m!)

  63. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Matt Cartwright: If Emmanuel Adebayor had been more awake we'd be one up by now. He doesn't seem that bothered at the moment.

    Dax Fulbrook: Nacer Chadli is the worst. No composure. No skill. No passion.

  64. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Former QPR and Charlton forward Bradley Allen

    BBC London Digital Radio

    "A decent half. Both sides have contributed. It was a sharp opening from Arsenal, taking the game to the more defensive Tottenham who were playing on the counter-attack. That tactic started to work for Spurs as the half wore on, but neither side created more than a half chance."

  65. Post update

    Southampton 2-1 QPR

    Southampton 2-1 QPR
  66. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Daniel Jones: What exactly are Arsenal's training methods? They can't seem to go a single game without a player picking up an injury.

    Faddi S: Arsenal players dropping like flies again. The signing of Shad Forsythe hasn't helped in the slightest!

    Forsythe, a new fitness coach at Arsenal who worked with Germany at the World Cup, was headhunted this summer.

  67. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    MOTD's Jonathan Pearce at Emirates

    "Arsenal complain to the referee that they should have had a penalty, while Emmanuel Adebayor missed the best chance for Tottenham.

    "But Spurs' Hugo Lloris has been the busiest of the two goalkeepers.

    "On a weekend of Ryder Cup action, it's a half each at the break."

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    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport Chief Football Writer at Emirates

    "Lively without being a classic and some encouragement for both sides - Arsenal suffering from having to reshuffle their midfield after injuries to Mikel Arteta and Aaron Ramsey. Jack Wilshere also limping after a heavy knock."

  69. HALF-TIME

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    The whistle goes for half-time and it is goalless. Not a classic compared to some over the years, but there were chances, particularly towards the end of the half.

    Aaron Ramsey
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    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Emmanuel Adebayor connects well with a ball into the box to strike a first-time effort goalwards, but Wojciech Szczesny is on hand to push the ball behind.

  71. SUBSTITUTION

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Disappointment for Aaron Ramsey as he is down on the ground, signalling to come off. Santi Cazorla comes on to replace the midfielder, whose frustration is clear as he limps towards the Arsenal dugout.

    Aaron Ramsey
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    Former QPR and Charlton forward Bradley Allen

    BBC London Digital Radio

    "This match has really started to ebb and flow, and Spurs have gained some confidence from somewhere. Tottenham are attacking and Arsenal look flustered, having been thrown off their stride.

    "These are the important spells, when as the visiting team you've got to turn the screw and make sure that if a half-chance comes along when you're in the ascendancy, like Spurs are now, you take it."

  73. GREAT SAVE!

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Lovely stuff from Aaron Ramsey as he smartly flicks the ball away from a Tottenham defender, passes to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, whose dipping effort is well saved by Hugo Lloris.

    At the other end, Nacer Chadli races away and has just Wojciech Szczesny to beat, but scuffs his shot wide to the sound of ironic cheers from the home fans.

  74. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Per Mertesacker's blushes are spared as the Arsenal defender powers a Tottenham corner towards his own goal, but Wojciech Szczesny is quick to react and save from his own team-mate.

  75. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport Chief Football Writer

    "Mauricio Pochettino continues to be furious that Spurs are allowing Arsenal too much time in possession. Twice in a matter of seconds Emmanuel Adebayor and Christian Eriksen were on the end of what might be politely terms as rollockings."

    Mauricio Pochettino
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    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    After watching Liverpool and Everton's 1-1 draw earlier today before rushing down to London for Arsenal v Spurs, it's mission accomplished for Kevin Kilbane as he takes a seat at Emirates Stadium for his second derby of the day.

    Kevin Kilbane

    "Better late than never", he says. Let's hope he stayed at Anfield until the end anyway...

  77. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Better from Tottenham as Emmanuel Adebayor is put through but his first touch takes him away from Wojciech Szczesny and Arsenal are able to shut off the gap before Adebayor can get his shot off.

  78. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Aaron Ramsey is the busiest player on the pitch at the moment, he has had 39 touches, more than any other player. Emmanuel Adebayor, perhaps highlighting how rare Tottenham have attacked, has had just eight, his latest touch being to spray a pass out wide and out of touch.

  79. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Thankfully it seems that the slow-motion television replays made the tackle on Jack Wilshere look worse that it may actually have been. He is back on the pitch and good to continue.

  80. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Big concern for Arsenal as Jack Wilshere is down injured after taking a whack to the ankle inside the Tottenham area. He limps to the sideline, but the injury looks particularly nasty on television replays.

    Jack Wilshere
  81. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Mikel Arteta is limping and he has to come off, Mathieu Flamini replaces the Arsenal midfielder.

  82. YELLOW CARD

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Erik Lamela is the first player booked for Tottenham after bringing down Kieran Gibbs. That's three players now on a yellow with just under 30 minutes gone.

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    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Former QPR and Charlton forward Bradley Allen

    BBC London Digital Radio

    "Lovely football from Arsenal at the moment. Really slick interchanges. Danny Welbeck had a really decent, clean effort on target, but it was straight at the keeper.

    "You just feel that Arsenal think this is their moment. They are right on top of Spurs, they have control, and I think it's only a matter of time. It's all about their speed of thought, the quality of their play and the speed of movement of the ball."

  84. CLOSE!

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    There is some lovely one-touch passing on show from Arsenal, but they've been lacking that bite in attack. That is until Jack Wilshere strikes a dipping effort from outside the box after being teed up by Danny Welbeck, but Hugo Lloris is behind the shot.

  85. Manager reaction

    Crystal Palace 2-0 Leicester

    Neil Warnock

    Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock: "We said at half-time we were a bit nervous in the first half. I thought the wide men could win it for us and that proved the case.

    "We keep our feet on the floor. There is nobody getting carried away. Three points in the Premier League is very important.

    "We have come on a long way in the last few weeks."

  86. Manager reaction

    Crystal Palace 2-0 Leicester

    Crystal Palace 2-0 Leicester

    Leicester manager Nigel Pearson: "It is disappointing to lose to two set-plays. The fashion in which we conceded the momentum was disappointing. I thought we started well and created chances but were unable to make anything of them.

    "We were under par in the second half. You have to give them credit, though. They defended with intelligence. But ultimately we had to come up with ways to break them down and couldn't find that edge."

  87. YELLOW CARD

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Another yellow card for Arsenal, this time going to Jack Wilshere after his late challenge on Ryan Mason. From the resulting free-kick, Emmanuel Adebayor just fails to make a telling connection, as his header is straight at Wojciech Szczesny.

  88. Manager reaction

    Sunderland 0-0 Swansea

    Garry Monk

    Swansea manager Garry Monk: "It was definitely a good point the way the game panned out and going down to 10 men.

    "We showed character in adversity and I thought the boys defended admirably and we deserved a point. They had a couple of headers and when we were down to 10 men threw a lot forward but apart from that we limited them to hardly anything.

    "We weren't as fluid as we have been but there will be games like that and then you have to do the basics right."

  89. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's pace sees him get the better of Danny Rose and he sends a deep cross into the area from the right which is picked up by Danny Welbeck, who works himself a bit of an opening and shoots low from the edge of the area, but Hugo Lloris is behind the shot and scoops up the ball.

  90. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Wale Ibraheem: Spurs need to be more clinical in the final third. They could have hit Arsenal on the counter with the right passes.

  91. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Arsenal

    Arsenal are seeing plenty of the ball but not really making it count, highlighted by a Mesut Ozil corner into the area failing to find a red and white shirt and Tottenham clear easily. Spurs are defending quite well and have shown glimpses of being dangerous on the break. Tense affair.

  92. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport Chief Football Writer at Emirates

    "Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino is fired up for this. Stalking the touchline constantly and has already been involved in a couple of heated exchanges with the fourth official. The message to his own team seems to be not to drop too deep and invite Arsenal pressure - seems reasonable."

  93. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Great stuff from Danny Welbeck as he flicks the ball past Jan Vertonghen and drives towards goal. He has no support, though, and has to have a crack at goal, but Younes Kaboul is back to make the crucial block.

    Danny Welbeck
  94. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Asim S. Tanauli: Strong line-up by Arsene Wenger but I don't understand why Santi Cazorla isn't being played that much.

    Matt Cartwright: What a game for Ryan Mason to make his first Premier League to start in. Will need to have a good game.

  95. YELLOW CARD

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is the first player to go into the referee's book after bringing down Etienne Capoue after Spurs had broken away. Nothing malicious, but a definite yellow.

  96. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Player reaction on Twitter

    Manchester City defender Vincent Kompany: Great game of football ... again. We're on track now. AS Roma on Tuesday!

    Everton midfielder Ross Barkley: Frank Lampard, what a player!

    Manchester United defender Luke Shaw: What an unbelievable experience making my debut for the club and more importantly getting all three points.

  97. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Boos ring out as Emmanuel Adebayor gets the ball for the first time in the game but he is quickly crowded out before Kieran Gibbs is fouled by Erik Lamela.

  98. Rooney's red card

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

    Wayne Rooney

    Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal on Wayne Rooney's red card: "It was a break-out of a set-play of ours and he makes a professional foul I think you can call it like that. I don't think Wayne wanted to do it that way but he did it and you can give a red card.

    "Luke Shaw was always injured but now I could play with him for 90 minutes. He had a little cramp and it was amazing he lasted 90 minutes. Also, Paddy McNair played a very good match and I'm very pleased for him that we won.

    "The rhythm of the game is very high. You cannot compare it with Germany and Spain. There is always pressure on the ball. Most of the English teams play physically. We have to keep the ball more easily and then we can improve our play."

  99. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Former QPR and Charlton forward Bradley Allen

    BBC London Digital Radio

    "On my walk up here to the stadium this afternoon, a lot of Arsenal fans were already out in force, filling the pubs and getting ready to support their team, in the hope that once again they will leave this north London derby with the bragging rights."

  100. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Danger for Tottenham as Danny Welbeck steals possession midway inside the away team's half, Jack Wilshere then races away with the ball before feeding a pass to Aaron Ramsey on the right side of the area, but the midfielder drives a low effort straight at Hugo Lloris.

  101. Manager reaction

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

    Louis van Gaal

    Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal: "The win is very important, you can imagine that. We played a very good first half with attractive football. We conceded again a goal from in set-plays. Maybe you can watch that their number 15 makes a foul on goalkeeper David De Gea.

    "But OK, I am very happy that we hold the result until the end because it is very difficult to play against a team who have one more player but who also play a lot of high balls. I am very pleased with the attitude of my players."

  102. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Former QPR and Charlton forward Bradley Allen

    BBC London Digital Radio

    "It's a big responsibility for young Ryan Mason of Tottenham. He's been out on loan at numerous clubs and he scored midweek in the League Cup, but these are the big boys tonight. And what a fantastic atmosphere inside the Emirates this evening."

  103. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    What a game for Ryan Mason to make his Premier League debut in, the atmosphere is electric! He and his team-mates have not seen too much of the ball yet, though, with Arsenal stroking a few passes around, testing out the Spurs backline.

  104. Manager reaction

    Southampton 2-1 QPR

    Harry Redknapp

    QPR manager Harry Redknapp: "We came back strongly after their goal and I felt we had every opportunity at that stage of the game but their centre-forward produced a world-class goal. Niko Kranjcar hit a fantastic free-kick but it hit the woodwork and we couldn't get the break.

    "We didn't give up today and it was a much better performance. Charlie (Austin) took his goal well today and that's encouraging. He's proven that he can score goals in the Premier League. Southampton are a good side but I felt we stuck at it and we got a bit more belief in ourselves today and we've got to continue to believe."

  105. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Remember all that chat about Mesut Ozil playing in the number 10 role a few entries earlier? Well, at the moment, he appears to be playing wide left. That could well change soon enough though.

  106. KICK-OFF

    Arsenal 0-0 Tottenham

    Superb atmosphere at Emirates as Arsenal get things under way.

  107. Manager reaction

    Hull 2-4 Man City

    Steve Bruce

    Hull City manager Steve Bruce: "We gave ourselves a mountain to climb. They nearly blew us away in the first 10 minutes. Maybe we showed them too much respect. We were brave or stupid to play two up top. I thought 'we're at home let's give it a go'. We had a couple of chances to take the lead but on the day we weren't good enough.

    "They've got quality written throughout the team. The one thing you have to do is defend well. We've conceded four and not done that badly. Sometimes you have to hold your hand up and say you have been beaten by the better team.

    "I was delighted with the attitude. We were brave and it nearly came off. It was pleasing."

  108. Post update

    Arsenal v Tottenham (17:30 BST)

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport Chief Football Writer at Emirates Stadium

    "The playing surface here at The Emirates is getting a real soaking pre-match from the sprinklers. The presence of a former player is always guaranteed to enliven proceedings and the name of former Arsenal striker Emmanuel Adebayor brought a chorus of disapproval from the home fans when it was read out."

  109. Manager reaction

    Southampton 2-1 QPR

    Southampton 2-1 QPR

    Southampton manager Ronald Koeman: "It was very tough. We expected that. We told the boys that after last Tuesday (Capital One Cup win over Arsenal) that it'd be more difficult. All the credit to QPR about the second half. We know we have offensive qualities but in a difficult second half, to keep the spirit and the belief to win the game, it was a good compliment to the boys. The most important is that we believe in our way of playing and the second half was a fantastic second half from both sides."

    Koeman on Pelle's goal: "You don't score a lot of that kind of goals because it was amazing. It's a great goal. That's a great feeling for him and a great feeling for the club and fans. The support was amazing today."

  110. Post update

    Arsenal v Tottenham (17:30 BST)

    Arsenal v Tottenham (17:30 BST)

    Even as a neutral I can't help but love derbies full of history like this one.

    The players have finished their pre-match warm ups, the atmosphere is building. Not long now until the 174th north London derby gets under way.

  111. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Mitch Mansfield: Frank Lampard just 155 goals away from becoming Man City's all-time top goalscorer. How long's that loan extension?

    Liz Tray: Did anyone actually think that Wayne Rooney has the discipline, intelligence or leadership qualities required of a captain?

    Lucas John: Six young British players in the Arsenal starting 11 today. Great to see.

  112. Manager reaction

    Chelsea 3-0 Aston Villa

    Paul Lambert & Roy Keane

    Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert: "I thought we gave a really good account of ourselves. We were really solid. I can't fault the lads. When you do get a chance at a place like this you have to score. Maybe 3-0 was a little harsh on us."

  113. Post update

    Arsenal v Tottenham (17:30 BST)

    Dion Dublin

    BBC Football Focus

    "If you have someone like Mesut Ozil in that number 10 position, that Teddy Sheringham role, he will affect the game if he gets lots of the ball. Danny Welbeck needs some like Ozil on the ball to help him make an impact on the match.

    "On what I've seen this season, Arsenal will finish above Spurs. The Gunners have the better players, whereas Tottenham's are all of the same standard."

  114. "Spurs are huffing and puffing"

    Arsenal v Tottenham (17:30 BST)

    Football Focus

    BBC Sport

    Former Manchester United and Liverpool midfielder Paul Ince: "That number 10 role allows you freedom and the goals Mesut Ozil set up and scored against Aston Villa were from the outside left. If you give him freedom that is what will happen, but playing where he has to track players, he is not going to do that.

    "At Spurs, when you have Eriksen and Lamela, Adebayor and Soldado, they are quality players but the team is huffing and puffing all the time. It is a slow start for Spurs, they are adapting to Mauricio Pochettino. At Southampton meanwhile, Ronald Koeman has gone in and only had a few things to change, but Pochettino has had to change a lot of things at Spurs."

  115. Manager reaction

    Sunderland 0-0 Swansea

    Gus Poyet

    Sunderland manager Gus Poyet: "What do we have to do to win a football game? We did everything. We were the better team 11 v 11. We created chances and we were the team looking to have that winning goal.

    "When they had a man sent off it was even more like that but we can't put the ball in the net and take advantage of our game. If we were terrible and couldn't pass the ball or create chances I would be worried but the way we played today I am calm.

    "I will look to prepare to make sure we win the next game."

  116. Post update

    Arsenal v Tottenham (17:30 BST)

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, speaking to Sky Sports: "We take into consideration the games players play and that is why I have decided to go with what I have today.

    "I am not surprised, personally, when Mesut Ozil plays well. His position on the pitch is the wrong debate because even when he plays on the flank he plays with complete freedom. He is world champion on the left wing, let us not forget."

  117. Manager reaction

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

    Sam Allardyce

    West Ham manager Sam Allardyce: "I've looked on the laptop and Kevin Nolan made a good run from deep and put the ball in the net. Unfortunately for us, the assistant saw something we didn't. It's unfortunate when you've worked so hard to get back in the game. We gifted Manchester United two goals and at 11 v 11 we had the best chances. Diafra Sakho could easily have had a hat-trick today."

  118. Post update

    Arsenal v Tottenham (17:30 BST)

    It is looking like Mesut Ozil will be playing that number 10 role behind Danny Welbeck today. He ran the show in that position against Aston Villa last week. More of the same today?

  119. Indomitable Wenger?

    Arsenal v Tottenham (17:30 BST)

    Arsenal

    This isn't just a picture of a mulleted Gerry Francis leaning against a tree. Oh no. This is a picture of the first Tottenham manager Arsene Wenger pitted his wits against. That was back in November 1996, with Arsenal winning that north London derby 3-1.

    Since that game 10 Tottenham managers have come and gone. Mauricio Pochettino will today be the 12th Tottenham manager to face Wenger, with the Argentine getting his first taste of the north London derby.

    History may not be on his side, but he hopes to be able to emulate the Arsenal boss' longevity, saying: "It's a dream to stay here like [him] or to have the time Arsene had in Arsenal. For this, I need to show my skill, I need to work hard, I need to get the results. You need to work with passion."

    A win today would certainly do his long term prospects no harm.

  120. Manager reaction

    Chelsea 3-0 Aston Villa

    Jose Mourinho

    Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho: "It was very good from the beginning. Even during the period the game was 1-0, when it could be open, it was always closed because we controlled the game. We had a big percentage of the ball. When we weren't dangerous we kept the ball. My four defenders and two midfield players were very solid. The result was a consequence of our dominance. The display allowed me to take off Diego Costa to give me a chance to play him on Tuesday [against Sporting Lisbon]."

  121. Manager reaction

    Hull 2-4 Man City

    Manuel Pellegrini

    Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini: "These things can happen. We started very well. We were very unlucky with two individual mistakes through the game.

    "He [Eliaquim Mangala] was very unlucky with the own goal and after that he arrived late for the penalty but we continue to trust him because he is a very good player who had very bad luck.

    "During the week when we scored seven I felt that the team was tired. I think today we played a very good team. They defended very well and we scored four goals which was very good. It was very important to win three pints here because we cannot allow to drop any more points on Chelsea."

  122. Player reaction

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

    Robin van Persie

    Manchester United striker Robin van Persie: "We played well. We had to fight in the second half and we did that. I'm very proud. The two debutants (Paddy McNair and Luke Shaw) did great. West Ham have been playing really well, so that's why we were happy with the goals we scored early on."

  123. Post update

    Arsenal v Tottenham (17:30 BST)

    I wonder how Kevin Kilbane is getting on his attempts to see two derbies in one day?

    Kevin Kilbane

    He hot footed it to the train station after Everton drew 1-1 at Liverpool and I would imagine he is out of the tube and walking briskly to the Emirates, where Arsenal host Tottenham in just under half-an-hour.

    We have been treated to 19 goals so far today in the Premier League, what has the north London derby got in store for us, I wonder?

  124. 606 - lines are open

    Darren Fletcher and Robbie Savage are ready to take your calls on 606 on BBC Radio 5 live - Rooney's red card, Chelsea's stroll against Aston Villa, Jagielka, Austin and Pelle battle it out for goal of the day and Crystal Palace fans, another win for you under Neil Warnock - how good is he?

    Call 0500 909 693, text 85058 or @bbc606 on social media.

  125. Team news

    Arsenal v Tottenham (17:30 BST)

    Arsenal

    Arsenal's £16m new boy Danny Welbeck got off the mark in the impressive 3-0 win at Aston Villa last week and he leads the attack - but manager Arsene Wenger surprisingly leaves £32m summer signing Alexis Sanchez on the substitutes' bench.

    Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino takes charge of his first north London derby - and gives Ryan Mason his Premier League debut here at The Emirates.

    Arsenal XI: Szczesny, Chambers, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Gibbs, Wilshere, Arteta, Ramsey, Ozil, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Welbeck.

    Tottenham XI: Lloris, Naughton, Kaboul, Vertonghen, Rose; Capoue, Mason; Chadli, Eriksen, Lamela; Adebayor.

  126. FULL-TIME

    Southampton 2-1 QPR

    Six successive wins for Southampton. A summer of departures must feel like a long, long time ago...

    QPR players show disappointment after conceding
  127. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Southampton 2-1 QPR

    Five of the six 15:00 BST Premier League kick-offs are at full time, but this one is still going. Dusan Tadic finding the woodwork again in stoppage time as Southampton hunt for a third.

  128. Post update

    Chelsea 3-0 Aston Villa

    Steve Claridge

    at Stamford Bridge for BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    "Aston Villa were good for an hour today, but though they've got a good away record this season Chelsea are a completely different kettle of fish. I just don't know how many teams will come to Stamford Bridge this season believing they can get a result.

    "If you came here before the game and you write a postscript of what you thought would happen, well the game played out exactly as you might have imagined. Chelsea pegged Villa back and it wasn't fast and furious but meticulous and precise. In the second half Jose Mourinho just sent his team out to grab another goal and put the game to bed.

    "So an archetypal Chelsea performance - they looked very, very good."

  129. FULL-TIME

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

    Manchester United are over the line. Just. Thumbs-up from their manager, who strides down the tunnel.

    Louis Van Gaal
  130. FULL-TIME

    Hull 2-4 Man City

  131. FULL-TIME

    Crystal Palace 2-0 Leicester

  132. Post update

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

    Former Blackburn striker Jason Roberts

    Final Score

    "This win might mean more for Manchester United than winning easily by three goals. The defensive performance from Patrick McNair has been brilliant, less so from Marcos Rojo. But the resilience they have shown could really bring them together as a team."

  133. Post update

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

    Last minute at Old Trafford. West Ham pile forward. Man Utd hold firm.

  134. FULL-TIME

    Sunderland 0-0 Swansea

  135. FULL-TIME

    Chelsea 3-0 Aston Villa

  136. Post update

    Sunderland 0-0 Swansea

    This game is drifting towards a stalemate, unless someone can produce a late moment of magic?

  137. Text us on 81111

    Mat in Mattishall: What on earth is Wayne Rooney doing? Captain marvel with a goal one minute, captain disaster then next. Was he really the right choice?

    Bayo, a Man Utd fan: Rooney is a great footballer who thrives on playing with a lot of aggression. Should now be mature enough to balance that aggression with tactfulness. A captain should lead by example.

    James: That Rooney red card is a blessing in disguise. Rooney is United's weak link - we will have a better shape without him.

  138. Post update

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

    Former Blackburn striker Jason Roberts

    Final Score

    "The offside decision was marginal, and on second viewing I think the goal is just onside. But Manchester United will take a lot of credit from this defensive performance if the score stays the same. West Ham have been putting them under extreme pressure. If they can come out with the win it will mean a lot."

  139. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Southampton 2-1 QPR

    Agonising for QPR as Niko Kranjcar's free-kick crashes off the crossbar. Time running out for the visitors...

  140. Post update

    Hull 2-4 Man City

    Former Wales international John Hartson

    Final Score

    "Why wouldn't you want to keep Frank Lampard? He looks fit, he is a top class professional, and is that three goals in three games? He will always score goals."

  141. INJURY TIME

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

    Four minutes of 'Fergie time' at Old Trafford.

  142. DISALLOWED GOAL

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

    Drama, sheer drama. West Ham think they've equalised when Carl Jenkinson's cross is stabbed home by Kevin Nolan... but the linesman's flag is up.

  143. GOAL

    Hull 2-4 Man City - Frank Lampard (87 mins)

    He can't stop scoring, can he? Frank Lampard taps in from six yards out after a good drag-back by Pablo Zabaleta. Game, set and match.

    Frank Lampard celebrates
  144. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Kenny Kong: Patrick McNair may well get man of the match here, cracking defending all match, great positioning throughout.

    Paul Adam: Who does Pelle think he is? Pele?

    Ben the Gooner: Diego Costa. A poor man's Mickey Quinn...

  145. Post update

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

    Enner Valencia, who has impressed for the Hammers today, wins a free-kick 35 yards out but subsequently floats it over the bar. Less than five minutes left at Old Trafford.

  146. CLOSE!

    Sunderland 0-0 Swansea

    Steven Fletcher is oh so close to giving Sunderland the lead as he connects with a cross from six yards, but somehow manages to shoot wide.

  147. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Graham Forde: Nervous here. So strange (and wrong!) watching Man United camping to see out the game.

  148. CLOSE!

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

    West Ham are turning the screw now - Enner Valencia fashioning room on the edge of the area and his shot is deflected wide by Daley Blind.

  149. Post update

    Chelsea 3-0 Aston Villa

    Steve Claridge

    at Stamford Bridge for BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    "As soon as the game starts to open up, and you can understand why Paul Lambert was reluctant to throw Villa players forward, then Chelsea start to play. In the first half Villa made it difficult but now we're really seeing the quality of the Chelsea players. Any time they attack they open up Villa almost at will."

  150. RED CARD

    Sunderland 0-0 Swansea - Angel Rangel

    Swansea defender Angel Rangel blocks off Will Buckley to receive his second yellow card after being booked earlier for throwing the ball away, leaving the visitors to survive the last seven minutes with 10 men.

  151. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Henry: Anything Charlie Austin can do, Graziano Pelle can do better? What a pair of goals, brilliant.

    Phoenixville: I do love Southampton's response. Their sprit and desire to win games are extraordinary.

    Andrew Soar: The Saints are this season's great entertainers, always worth watching.

  152. League One update

    Dean Bowditch has got a goal back for MK Dons in their top-of-the-table clash with Bristol City. The Dons still trail 2-1 at Ashton Gate and ominously Bristol have scored three goals in each of their last three matches.

    Momentum has swung back in favour of Rochdale against managerless Leyton Orient at Brisbane Road with Peter Vincenti making it 2-2 with a left-footed shot from close range.

    Meanwhile, goals from James Baxendale, Tom Bradshaw and Anthony Forde have given Walsall a 3-0 lead against Doncaster.

  153. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Suheil Patel: Massive 15 minutes coming up at Old Trafford. Man United can't afford a draw or even worse a loss!

    J: Why when the foul is against Angel Di Maria or Radamel Falcao it is deemed good break up play but when Wayne Rooney does it, it's a red card?

    Magen Raymond B: You don't do that, Captain Rooney. Are we really applauding for such violent and stupid play that's a red card all day long?

  154. Post update

    Southampton 2-1 QPR

    BBC Sport's Nabil Hassan at St Mary's

    A QPR goal completely against the run of play, but it's an absolute belter from Charlie Austin who silences St Mary's. It's short lived though with Graziano Pelle sending the home fans wild with an incredible overhead kick.

    "Five minutes of pure electricity," says former Saints manager Dave Merrington on BBC Radio Solent.

  155. GOAL

    Chelsea 3-0 Aston Villa - Willian (79 mins)

    Well it has to be said, a third goal was coming. Brilliant work from the Chelsea newboys once again as Cesc Fabregas floats a perfect ball for Diego Costa, his shot is denied by Brad Guzan but Willian is on hand to poke in. Game over.

    Willian strikes the ball
  156. Post update

    Southampton 2-1 QPR

    Former Blackburn striker Jason Roberts

    Final Score

    "This is goal of the season, one of the best goals I have seen. Graziano Pelle pops it up, and he has done an overhead kick across the keeper into the top corner. That is Roy of the Rovers stuff. Now you just pick up the ball and go home. You write a note to you mum saying it is all over, I'm not playing any more, that is it."

  157. League Two update

    League-leaders Bury, who are on an eight-game unbeaten run, have hit back against 20th-placed Exeter at St James' Park. But Tom Soares' strike, to make it 1-1, might not be enough to keep them on top of the table.

    Burton could leapfrog The Shakers at the top of the table with a victory over seventh-placed Cheltenham and they lead 1-0 at the Pirelli Stadium thanks to Stuart Beavon's left-footed strike.

  158. SUBSTITUTION

    Hull 2-3 Man City

    Manchester City are declaring - sending on centre-back Martin Demichelis for midfield playmaker David Silva.

    On closer inspection, it looks like the Argentine is actually going into midfield alongside Yaya Toure, with James Milner pushed on...

  159. Post update

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

    We've got about 15 minutes to go around the country, and Manchester United appear to be sitting back and inviting pressure from West Ham. There's some nervous-looking fans in the stands.

  160. Post update

    Sunderland 0-0 Swansea

    A good spell for Sunderland at the moment as Seb Larsson shoots straight at Lukasz Fabianski, Ki Sung-yueng having done just enough to prevent the midfielder from getting a better sight of goal.

    Then, Connor Wickham just fails to make contact with a dangerous Will Buckley ball.

  161. Rooney red card

    Matt Donnelly: Louis van Gaal isn't gonna be happy with that. He seems like the type of manager who really relies on his captain to lead by example.

    Sean: Just when you thought Wayne Rooney had grown up he does that. A toddler throwing his toys out the pram. Should not be captain.

    Kunal Gupta: At least this way Juan Mata plays the next three games. Absolute stupidity from Rooney.

  162. Post update

    Chelsea 2-0 Aston Villa

    Steve Claridge

    at Stamford Bridge for BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    "Darren Bent's got quite big, hasn't he? Has he not put on a bit of weight? Look at the size of him... wow. He's a lot bigger than when I last saw him. A lot bigger..."

    Darren Bent
  163. Post update

    Hull 2-3 Man City

    Former Wales international John Hartson

    Final Score

    "David Silva plays a couple of one-twos, great play, he slips Edin Dzeko through on to his left foot and Dzeko shoots across Allan McGregor. It's not a great strike but it is enough. I'm not sure Man City will let Hull back into the game in the same way they did in the first half now."

  164. GOAL

    Southampton 2-1 QPR - Graziano Pelle (68 mins)

    Amazing scenes! Graziano Pelle watches what Charlie Austin does, and fancies a go himself, only his strike is even better!

    Like Austin, Pelle slows a cross into the area with one touch, but opts to smash an overhead kick into the back of the net with his second.

    Graziano Pelle celebrates
  165. SUBSTITUTION

    Hull 2-3 Man City

    Sergio Aguero's afternoon is over, as he is replaced by Frank Lampard. Can the midfielder do it again for Manchester City?

  166. GOAL

    Southampton 1-1 QPR - Charlie Austin (66 mins)

    Charlie Austin, take a bow. What a lovely goal! The former Burnley striker plucks a cross out of the air with one touch, turns and volleys home with his second. QPR's first goal on the road this season, and it is a belter.

    Charlie Austin celebrates
  167. GOAL

    Hull 2-3 Man City - Edin Dzeko (68 mins)

    Manchester City re-take the lead at the KC Stadium, with David Silva running between the lines and stretching the Hull defence before playing in Edin Dzeko, who rolls the ball arrow-like past Allan McGregor.

    Edin Dzeko celebrates
  168. Post update

    Chelsea 2-0 Aston Villa

    Diego Costa

    Will the honeymoon period ever end for Diego Costa? What a signing he is turning out to be for Chelsea.

  169. Rooney red card

    Text us on 81111

    Rob in Newbury: Well done, Rooney. Captain? Disaster.

    Man Utd fan from London: Rooney's a define red. Will he ever learn?

    Bobby in Newcastle: Awful conduct from Wayne Rooney. The Man Utd and England captain should know better than that!

  170. Rooney red card

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

    Former Blackburn striker Jason Roberts

    Final Score

    "I think Wayne Rooney wants to bring Stewart Downing down to stop him running past him and he kicks his knee when he wants to just clip his heels. But he deserves a red card and it is a ridiculous challenge."

  171. SUBSTITUTION

    Hull 2-2 Man City

    A change at the KC too, with Jesus Navas replacing Fernandinho. James Milner will revert to central midfield.

  172. SUBSTITUTION

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

    Manchester United try to shore things up - Darren Fletcher replacing Radamel Falcao.

  173. Post update

    Chelsea 2-0 Aston Villa

    That second goal for Chelsea gives them a bit of breathing space and they are looking confidant now as Oscar sees a goal-bound effort cleared off the line by Aly Cissokho after Brad Guzan had done just enough to take the pace off the shot.

  174. Post update

    Chelsea 2-0 Aston Villa

    Steve Claridge

    at Stamford Bridge for BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    "There's a danger, and I know it's early days, but I think there's a very real danger that Chelsea could just boss this division this season. Particularly if Manchester City keep slipping up..."

  175. Rooney red card

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

    Former Wales international John Hartson

    Final Score

    "Wayne Rooney just kicked out at Stewart Downing cynically and caught him in the thigh area for no reason whatsoever. And you just ask yourself why? Only he himself will be able to answer that.

    "He has been outstanding today, he's got a wonderful goal, he's scored, his team are 2-1 up, but what has he done that for? It is crazy."

    Wayne Rooney is sent off
  176. Post update

    Hull 2-2 Man City

    This game could go either way, with Manchester City defender Eliaquim Mangala continuing to look shaky at the back. Remember, he was at fault for the two goals which dragged the Tigers back from 2-0 down.

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    Southampton 1-0 QPR

    BBC Sport's Nabil Hassan at St Mary's

    "You wouldn't think it was Sadio Mane's first Premier League start. The winger has looked totally at home in a Saints shirt and his delightful backheel to set up Ryan Bertrand for the opener was simply superb. He's lit up this game and Southampton are rampant now."