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Tom Rostance, Marc Higginson and Gary Rose

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodnight from me

    Swansea v Manchester United

    I bring this live page to and end, and what a day of high drama, controversy, thrills and spills.

    Will there be more to come this weekend?

    Manchester United head to Wales for a tricky test at Swansea City in the 16:00 BST game on Sunday while Southampton aim to bounce back from their Europa League disappointment at home to Norwich City at 13:30 BST.

    But first, see out the final 20 minutes or so from White Hart Lane here.

    Adios.

  2. CLOSE!

    Tottenham 0-0 Everton

    Harry Kane has a shot blocked, he then finds Nacer Chadli who fires over. Tottenham have had 14 attempts to Everton's four.

  3. Get involved

    #bbcfootball

    Erik Lamela is Tottenham's record signing but will he still be there on Wednesday morning? 

  4. Euro Action

    He's always linked - but why on earth would Thomas Muller leave Bayern Munich for Manchester United? Baffles me every time.

    Anyway, the forward has just scored his second goal as Bayern lead Leverkusen 2-0.

    Follow that game here.

  5. Post update

    Tottenham 0-0 Everton

    Dele Alli was straight into the mix, making a chance for Ryan Mason but again Tim Howard makes the save.

    Follow a blow-by-blow account here.

  6. My Premier League Life

    My Premier League Life

    Have you played with our new toy, My Premier League Life yet? 

    Tap in your favourite Premier League club, your date of birth and your postcode area (you can leave this blank if you don't have one or want to keep yours secret) and then get lost in a world of interesting facts.

    Want to know what your club's first game after you were born was? The most successful managers the club has had? Which players were born near you or on your birthday?

    Find out all that and much more here.

  7. SUBSTITUTION

    Tottenham 0-0 Everton

    Moussa Dembele is the second player to go off injured, he needs a stretcher to.Former MK Dons man Dele Alli is on in his place.

  8. CLOSE!

    Tottenham 0-0 Everton

    Harry Kane picks out Nacer Chadli with a smart header but the Belgian drags his shot well wide. Moussa Dembele is injured in the build-up and needs some treatment. Another man in the wars. 

  9. Cleverley update

    Tottenham 0-0 Everton

    Match of the Day commentator Jonathan Pearce reports that Tom Cleverley has 'a serious' injury - according to the Everton coaching staff. 

    Tom Cleverley
  10. KICK-OFF

    Tottenham 0-0 Everton

    A giant wasp terrorises the screen but we are under way in the second half. 

  11. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball

  12. Post update

    Tottenham 0-0 Everton

    This is the challenge from Eric Dier that has left Tom Cleverley with a busted ankle. Ouch.

    No news on his injury as yet but it doesn't take a doctor to say that it's his right ankle. 

    Tom Cleverley
  13. HALF-TIME

    Tottenham 0-0 Everton

    Spurs well on top, with Tim Howard making several excellent saves to keep the hosts out.

    Can we get a winner after the break?

        Follow a blow-by-blow account here.

  14. Life at the bottom

    After four games of the season there are six teams yet to win a game in the Premier League.

    Who do you make favourites for relegation at this (very) early stage?

    Table
  15. SUBSTITUTION

    Tottenham 0-0 Everton

    He's in real trouble, Tom Cleverley. Looks to be in serious pain on a stretcher and after a long delay he is carried off onto a trolley. Kevin Mirallas takes his place. 

  16. Post update

    Tottenham 0-0 Everton

    Tom Cleverley looks to be in a lot of pain after twisting his ankle in a hefty challenge from Eric Dier.

    Follow a blow-by-blow account here.

  17. View from the press box

    Man City 2-0 Watford

  18. Post update

    Man City 2-0 Watford

    BBC Radio Manchester's man on the ground...

  19. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball

  20. GREAT SAVE!

    Tottenham 0-0 Everton

    Tim Howard having a stormer in nets for Everton thus far. Two more good saves deny Harry Kane and then Nabil Bentaleb. Spurs knocking on the door. Insistent. 

    Harry Kane
  21. Deal on the horizon?

  22. 'We parked the bus'

    Liverpool 0-3 West Ham

    West Ham manager Slaven Bilic:  "We played good, we started well. We were well organised, and had a plan. The players worked to the plan perfectly. Their movement, concentration and possession was top level.

    "We parked the bus but we didn't put the handbrake on. It was simply great defending when we didn't have the ball."

    Martin Skrtel
    Image caption: 'Thanks for that header mate...'
  23. GREAT SAVE!

    Tottenham 0-0 Everton

    Harry Kane is onside, he's clean through, is this his first goal of the season...no!

    Tim Howard stands up and makes a great save, Kane was very hesitant though. A few months ago that would have whistled into the net.

      Follow a blow-by-blow account here.

  24. 'Mourinho is the top man'

    Chelsea 1-2 Crystal Palace

    Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew on BBC Sport: “It was a really good performance today - one of the best performances I’ve seen from one of my teams in terms of composure. 

    "We can frighten teams with our pace and we did that from start to finish. Our defenders had to defend really well and they did. We’ve added new players but haven’t lost our spirit. We have got technically better players than last season. I’m not saying we’re contenders for Europe but we’re a good side. 

    "Mourinho is the top man, he was very honourable in defeat today."

    Chelsea Palace
  25. 'Mistakes can happen'

    Liverpool 0-3 West Ham

    Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers tells BBC Sport: "The first goal is a cheap goal and that gave them a motivation and fight. The second was a mistake, which can happen. We started brightly and then had Coutinho sent off. I didn't think that was a sending off and neither was the one for Noble as well.

    "We didn't defend moments well at all. We need to be much better than that. That opportunity to work the goalkeeper didn't happen. We are disappointed but we'll reflect on it and come back and look to win our next  game."

  26. Get involved

    Tottenham 0-0 Everton

  27. Post update

    Liverpool 0-3 West Ham

    Jason Roberts on Final Score:  "On the evidence of today I think Liverpool are going to have a disappointing season. Benteke didn't get into the game at all, they need more work on the training ground."

  28. 'No common sense'

    Stoke 0-1 West Brom

    More from Stoke manager Mark Hughes: "We were so clearly the dominant team in the opening stages. It was only a matter of time before we created a chance but unfortunately the referee only saw one side of the coin with the Affelay red card. He raised his hands, which is a sending off. But you have to see the whole incident. He reacted to Craig Gardner raising his hands towards him.

    "We had 28,000 people here to see a quality Premier League game and the officials need to take that into account. They were too quick to hand cards around. If I complain to the powers-that-be I will get a double-sided piece of paper with an explanation - but where is the common sense?"

    Mark Hughes
  29. Get Involved - have your say

    BBC Radio 5 Live

    Fed up of your team? Want to praise your club's manager? Think a change is needed at the top?

    If you head on over to BBC Radio 5 live you can vent your frustration/praise on football phone-in show 606.

    The lines are open and you can have your say. 

    Call 0500 909 693 or text 85058.

  30. CLOSE!

    Tottenham 0-0 Everton

    Nabil Bentaleb drags a shot wide as Spurs make the early running.

    Follow a blow-by-blow account here.

  31. 'We woz robbed'

    Aston Villa 2-2 Sunderland

    Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood: "Anyone who watched that game knows that we should have won. We had 22 shots, the keeper has pulled off a 'worldy 'save and we should have had a penalty. We have been robbed.

    "It definitely should have been a penalty. Younes Kaboul pulls out but there's contact - it is a penalty. My team couldn't have done any more today."

  32. Post update

    Damien Delaney brings you back to earth, Palace fans. Ten wins from safety.

  33. '31 more points and I'll be happy'

    Chelsea 1-2 Crystal Palace

    Palace defender Damien Delaney on BBC Sport: “That was full throttle for 90 minutes. It wasn’t a sit-in, 11-men beside the ball game. We had a good few chances and could have made it more comfortable.

    “We’ve come here the last two years, sat in and got beat. But we said ‘if we’re going to get beat, let’s have a go’. Once we got them on the back foot we thought we could keep them low after their start to the season. 

    "There was a lot of Chelsea men in the box at the end, Kurt Zouma came forward. We were trying to throw ourselves in the way of everything.

    "It’s three points, that’s all it is. We have nine points so far, 31 more and I’ll be happy – whether we get them by Christmas or May.”

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  35. 'We had no personality'

    Bournemouth 1 Leicester 1

    Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri tells BBC Sport: "We conceded the goal and until then we were playing well. After the goal we slowed down the tempo and had no great personality.

    "There were 10 minutes when Bournemouth played very well. In the second half we put them under pressure and made some good chances. I think at the end we deserved to draw.

    "It's important to take one point from a difficult match. 

    "We have a week now where the players go to their national team and when they come back we must re-start with the same mentality." 

    Claudio Ranieri
    Image caption: Not having personality is something you could never level at Ranieri...
  36. Manager reaction

    Bournemouth 1-1 Leicester

    Eddie Howe tells BBC Sport : "Injuries were key in the game, particularly in our ability to change tactically and it's not nice when you see your team-mates going off injured. 

    "They all look nasty and at the moment they are in the treatment room being assessed, although we won't know how serious they are until they get scanned. 

    "I think we've had a decent enough start in terms of performances. I'm a bit disappointed not to have got more points. I thought we could have got three today but sometimes you have to be grateful for a point."

  37. Post update

    Chelsea 1-2 Crystal Palace

    Jason Roberts on Final Score:  "John Stones wouldn't have stopped what happened to Chelsea today. Is he the man to come in and lead that back line? Ivanovic had another hard game today and Azpilicueta was disappointing."

  38. Get involved

    Chelsea 1-2 Crystal Palace

  39. KICK-OFF

    Tottenham 0-0 Everton

    Under way at White Hart Lane.

  40. Evans on the way

    Stoke 0-1 West Brom

    West Brom manager Tony Pulis: "To play Manchester City and Chelsea in our first two home games, it's been a tough start. For us to be sat with four points from four games is not bad. We're happy with that."

    On the potential purchase of Jonny Evans: "We're hopeful we'll get it over the line tonight or in the morning. We have to bring in some players and we're working hard on that. Jonny has got great pedigree, he would be a great signing for us."

    Jonny Evans
  41. Best in the world?

  42. Late game

    Tottenham v Everton (17:30 BST)

    Plenty of reaction and fallout to come form the 3pm games here, but the day's late game is about to get under way.

    I'll bring you the choice cuts but you can follow a blow-by-blow account here.

  43. Not at the right level says Mourinho

    Chelsea 1-2 Crystal Palace

    Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho on BBC Sport: "Congratulations to Palace. It’s a fantastic result for them and a very good performance. We didn’t deserve to lose. But Palace gave us a very difficult game. The result should be a draw, which would still be bad for us. We did enough not to lose. We had good opportunities, a huge penalty appeal at 0-0.

    "My two centre-backs and keeper played a very good game. We created lots of chances but we had a couple of players who were not in the game. When the team is not consistent and there aren’t 10 players on the pitch at a certain level it’s difficult. I said before the season, it’d be more difficult to win matches against non-title candidates as they all have good players and good teams - like West Ham winning at Liverpool today."

  44. Post update

    Man City 2-0 Watford

    John Hartson

    Former Wales striker on Final Score

    "I'm not sure Manchester City need Kevin De Bruyne. If anyone can finish above them, they'll win the league."

  45. Manager reaction

    Stoke 0-1 West Brom

    West Brom boss Tony Pulis, when asked if Stoke deserved to have two men sent off:  "Have a look and see what you think.

    "We moved the ball too slowly when they went down to nine men. We tried to open it up a bit by bringing on Rickie Lambert and Callum McManaman but we couldn't. But we're just pleased to get our first win."

  46. Red cards were harsh

    Stoke 0-1 West Brom

    Stoke manager Mark Hughes: "I'm delighted with the performance of my team under difficult circumstances.

    "The first red card, Ibrahim Affelay reacted to being flicked in the face. By the letter of the law, maybe they both should have been sent off.

    "With the second one, Charlie Adam ends up standing on the lad's leg after the other player had followed through on him. I think it was harsh.

    "It's not a stamp, it's a step. To get anything from the game after that was difficult.

    "They (the officials) also played a minute too long in the first half and they scored their goal in that time. I asked about that and he said it was because Jack Butland was wasting time. I don't agree with that."

    Stoke
  47. Post update

    Chelsea 1-2 Crystal Palace

    Jason Roberts on Final Score:  "Palace deserve every credit. Scott Dann and the defensive unit got things absolutely right. Yes, Hazard didn't play well and Pedro didn't get on the ball much, but Palace stopped them."

  48. Post update

    Liverpool 0-3 West Ham

    John Hartson

    Former Wales striker on Final Score

    "It's a bizarre result. West Ham were coming off two defeats where they'd conceded six goals. Liverpool played exceptionally well against Arsenal on Monday and they had four of their new signings in the team, and they ended up getting an absolute doing."

  49. 'No malice'

    Liverpool 0-3 West Ham

    West Ham captain Mark Noble: "I got a straight red, but I've watched it 10 times and there's no malice in it whatsoever. I've won the ball first, in my eyes it's not even a yellow. That would've been harsh. 

    "But we want to talk about how well we've played. We haven't won here for 52 years and want to talk about that. We know we are a good team and we showed that at Arsenal and we came here with a plan. Liverpool are a good team but we played well and deserved the three points. 

    "A lot of teams are winning away from home. I don't why. To win 3-0 at this place is special and I'm proud of the lads. We've lost a few players but we've got a good group of boys and we need to stick together and get ready for the next game."

    Mark Noble
  50. Post update

    Tottenham v Everton (17:30 BST)

    Mark Lawrenson

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Quote Message: Some of those Tottenham players that played last week against Leicester, three or four of them did absolutely nothing. At the end of the game you were asking yourself 'what did they do?' Mousa Dembele is a good player. But why have 46 touches when one will do?