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  1. Good night

    Right then! 

    That's all from us for this evening! Hope you enjoyed, thanks for all your comments. 

    See you tomorrow bright and early for more!

  2. Player reaction on Twitter

    Stoke 0-0 Newcastle

    Hashtag bantz with your in-flight meal sir? 

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  4. What the papers say

    Newcastle 0-0 Stoke

    The Times: "A week on from their 3-0 defeat to Sunderland, their local rivals, Newcastle remain in the bottom three and another game, another inviting opportunity, has elapsed. They are still waiting for the great leap forward at St James’ Park."

    Independent: "The plaudits here were for an Englishman. That felt a bit unique, given the rarity of English players involved in games in these parts. There were only three on the field – Glen Johnson, Ryan Shawcross and Jack Butland – but the day belonged to the latter."

    Daily Star: "Jack Butland was the hero as Stoke left Newcastle with a hard-earned point as the Magpies once again failed to make the most of their chances."

  5. Manager reaction

    Newcastle 0-0 Stoke

    Newcastle United manager Steve McClaren

    Newcastle United manager Steve McClaren speaking to BBC Sport: "Four great saves from Jack Butland denied us a win and got Stoke a point. 

    "He was unbelievable and the difference between us and three points."

    He added: "We are building, growing and progressing - the last five games - we are getting there. 

    "There were lost of positives and the only disappointment is not getting the three points."

  6. Manager reaction

    Newcastle 0-0 Stoke

    Stoke boss Mark Hughes

    Stoke manager Mark Hughes speaking to BBC Sport: "We were a bit frustrated in the first half. We had plenty of possession around their area but didn't look like we wanted to shoot.

    "Their keeper has made a great save from Jon Walters.

    "As the away team you are going to give away a couple of chances and when we did Jack Butland saved.

    "He is doing exceptionally well. Jack is a very mature individual and I think that helps him."

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  8. Brilliant Butland

    Newcastle 0-0 Stoke

    Jack Butland
  9. Player reaction on Twitter

    Newcastle 0-0 Stoke

  10. Man of the match - Jack Butland

    Newcastle 0-0 Stoke

    BBC Sport's Mandeep Sanghera picked Stoke keeper Jack Butland as man of the match at St James' Park. The England keeper has been earning plenty of plaudits so far this season and showed why with a string of impressive saves to earn his side a point against the Magpies.

    His best came when he tipped a Jamaal Lascelles header over the crossbar.

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    Jack Butland
  11. Newcastle 0-0 Stoke

    Newcastle had 15 shots compared to Stoke's nine and the Magpies favoured attacking from the right flank. The home side also put together 413 passes compared to the 387 by the Potters.

    Newcastle v Stoke
  12. LINE-UPS

    Newcastle 0-0 Stoke

  13. What the papers say

    Crystal Palace 0-0 Man Utd

    The Guardian: "Louis van Gaal's Manchester United team continue to sap the morale of onlookers and this was another grinding, uninspired performance."

    Daily Mail: "No invention. No guile. No imagination. It was a performance that will only serve to justify assertions, Paul Scholes' included, that this is one of the most humdrum United outfits in recent memory."

    Daily Telegraph: "Goalless draws sap a club’s spirit. They kill momentum. They test the patience of fans. And while United remain a top-four side, the travelling support made their feelings apparent. “We’re Man United,” they sang, “we want to attack.” 

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  15. Player reaction on Twitter

    Crystal Palace 0-0 Man Utd

  16. Manager reaction

    Crystal Palace 0-0 Man Utd

    Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew: "We should have won. It was an excellent performance from us - as good as we have been all year. 

    "United - and it doesn't happen very often - were probably fortunate to get a point. It was a shame we didn't win it but with the run we've been on we needed to take something, so the point was important for us. We got back to the real Crystal Palace today."

  17. Manager reaction

    Crystal Palace 0-0 Man Utd

    Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal: "We did not keep the ball. That's a very important factor and because of that we didn't create too many chances. I have to say I can't complain about the result.

    "[Not scoring for a third consecutive game] is a big concern but I already said that after the second match, especially against Middlesbrough, because we created many chances but did not finish. Today we didn't create so many chances so it's more difficult. When you don't keep the ball you can't create chances."

  18. Drawing blanks

    Crystal Palace 0-0 Man Utd

    It's 325 minutes without a goal for Manchester United now. On the plus side, they have seven clean sheets - the best record in the Premier League. 

    Man Utd goal drought

    United have drawn three successive games 0-0 for the first time since January 2005...

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  20. Martial most effective on left?

    Crystal Palace 0-0 Man Utd

    BBC Sport's Alistair Magowan pondered the selection of Anthony Martial on the left wing, with Wayne Rooney preferred as the lone striker.

    "There was no doubt who United were trying to get the ball to in the first half. So it begs the question, why not stick him down the middle? I guess, at least it means United are getting in behind the Palace defence on one flank." 

    United in the first half
  21. Player reaction on Twitter

    Crystal Palace 0-0 Man Utd

  22. Man of the match - Yohan Cabaye

    Crystal Palace 0-0 Man Utd

    BBC Sport's Alistair Magowan had Palace midfielder Yohan Cabaye down as man of the match at Selhurst Park. The Frenchman returned from injury to break up United's midfield, link play well and almost crowned a rugged performance with a second-half goal. 

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    Yohan Cabaye
  23. One shot on target

    Crystal Palace 0-0 Man Utd

    Manchester United managed one shot on target - a Wayne Rooney free-kick in the first half. They had five efforts in total, compared to Palace's 10. 

    Image caption: Palace's shots on goal are on the left, with United's on the right
  24. Line-ups

    Crystal Palace 0-0 Man Utd

    Crystal Palace
    Man Utd
  25. What the papers say

    Watford 2-0 West Ham

    The Guardian: "West Ham have taken maximum points from their games against Arsenal, Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea, but they also have one of a possible nine against Bournemouth, Norwich and now Watford."

    Daily Express: "Andy Carroll’s personal Halloween nightmare at Vicarage Road carried on when he scuffed a shot wide and then fell over his own feet when he had a simple tap-in after sub Enner Valencia’s shot came back off the woodwork."

    Daily Telegraph: "Watford have struggled to score this season but they boast one of the league’s meanest defences. Here, their obduracy frustrated Bilic’s side."   

    Watford celebrate
  26. Manager reaction

    Watford 2-0 West Ham

    Watford manager Quique Flores, speaking to BBC Sport: "I'm really pleased, very happy with the result and the performance. "I think we enjoyed the game a lot. 

    "The players played with real confidence on the ball, with high pressure, it was an amazing performance. 

    "It's been important to change the mentality when you come in from a lower division, to win gives you the respect of the other teams."

    Quique Flores
    Image caption: If anybody tries to tell you Watford were 'buzzing' with victory, they're not your friend
  27. Manager reaction

    Watford 2-0 West Ham

    West Ham manager Slaven Bilic, speaking to BBC Sport: "What happens weeks before and all the statistics is interesting but it doesn't mean a thing once the referee blows his whistle. 

    "From the start we were basically second best. They were better in every football department and totally deserved to beat us. 

    "We didn't have energy. They were quicker, more hungry than us. Today it was just that." 

    Slaven Bilic
  28. Collins sees red

    Watford 2-0 West Ham

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  30. Player reaction on Twitter

    Watford 2-0 West Ham

  31. GOAL - Watford 2-0 West Ham

    Odion Ighalo (48 mins)

    Odion Ighalo's second goal
    Image caption: West Ham's number five, James Tomkins, maybe should have stopped the pass
  32. Man of the match - Odion Ighalo

    Watford 2-0 West Ham

    BBC Sport's Patrick Jennings had Watford's Nigerian striker Odion Ighalo down as man of the match at Vicarage Road. 

    The 26-year-old scored twice to become the top scorer in Watford's Premier League history, overtaking Heidar Helguson and Hameur Bouazza.

    He has now been involved in the Hornets last nine Premier League goals, scoring seven and setting up two.

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    Odion Ighalo
  33. The Deeney and Ighalo show

    Watford 2-0 West Ham

    Image caption: Deeney and Ighalo combined 14 times during the match - this graphic shows where Deeney found Ighalo
    Image caption: While this graphic shows where Ighalo found Deeney
  34. LINE-UPS

    Watford 2-0 West Ham

    Watford XI
    West Ham XI
  35. Keeping left

    West Brom 2-3 Leicester

    This touchmap shows the influence of Jeffrey Schlupp and Marc Albrighton down the Leicester left wing.

  36. What the papers say

    West Brom 2-3 Leicester

    The Mirror: "Leicester City came from behind once again to claim all three points at West Brom - but they will have to be satisfied with the win, and no pizza. Foxes boss Claudio Ranieri promised the Italian delicacy for his whole squad after they finally kept a clean sheet last weekend, but will not follow suit after their 3-2 win at the Hawthorns."

    Express and Star: "West Brom boss Tony Pulis is going to speak to referees' chief Mike Riley about today's defeat at home to Leicester City. The Baggies had, at least, two strong penalty shouts against Robert Huth waved away during the game by referee Anthony Taylor."

  37. Manager reaction

    West Brom 2-3 Leicester

    West Brom manager Tony Pulis: "Leicester did really well, it was a good game and in Jamie Vardy they have an exceptional player. His pace frightened us all afternoon.

    "But the referee should have given us a penalty and sent their man off. It shouldn't happen at this level - the standard of refereeing should be better.

    "[Referees' chief] Mike Riley should be on the phone asking why we weren't given two penalties.

    "I've had a go in the tunnel with him and I apologise about that. I should be writing my report but I do hope they look at it."

    Tony Pulis
  38. Manager reaction

    West Brom 2-3 Leicester

    Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri: "We fight to the end. We have a very strong character and play good football. 

    "I told my players they were playing very well at half-time, to be careful at set-plays, and it was important to move the ball quickly and put them under pressure. We did that well. 

    "It's important Jamie Vardy continues to work for the team. The record is good for everybody."

    Claudio Ranieri
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  40. Player reaction on Twitter

    West Brom 2-3 Leicester

  41. GOAL - West Brom 2-3 Leicester

    Image caption: Leicester went straight through the middle for Vardy's goal
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    West Brom 2-3 Leicester

    Jamie Vardy will grab the headlines for extending his goal-scoring run to eight games in a row, but Riyad Mahrez helped turn the tide for the Foxes.

    The 24-year-old was influential throughout but two goals in seven minutes grabbed the game by the scruff of the neck.

    Riyad Mahrez
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  45. West Brom 2-3 Leicester

    Jamie Vardy
  46. LINE-UPS

    West Brom 2-3 Leicester

    West Brom team
    Leicester City team
  47. What the papers say

    Swansea 0-3 Arsenal

    The Guardian: "Wenger’s team were beaten twice by Swansea last season and gaining vengeance, especially amid an injury crisis, is the sort of achievement that gives credence to suggestions that Arsenal may finally have the gumption to become champions once again."  

    Daily Mail: "There were times here when Arsene Wenger simply could not help but smile. This was not his team at their best because, quite simply, they still looked vulnerable to silly lapses of thought.

    "But this is also a side that has developed that beautiful knack of burying their shortcomings underneath piles of wins."

  48. 'I like Campbell's spirit'

    Swansea 0-3 Arsenal

    Quote Message: Swansea took six points off us last year and that shows we've moved forward. The second half we were a different team. After we scored the first goal it was all us and there was only one winner on the pitch. Joel Campbell took his goal really well and he is still a young player who had to wait for his chance. He's adapted to Europe, been in a few leagues and come back and I like his team spirit and work rate. from Arsene Wenger Arsenal manager
    Arsene WengerArsenal manager
    A Wenger
  49. 'Score flatters Arsenal'

    Swansea 0-3 Arsenal

    Quote Message: There were a lot of positives in our play and we were exceptional in the first half. We should have taken the lead when we were on top. We gifted Arsenal two goals and you can't do that against any team, let alone Arsenal. I'm disappointed to lose, but I think the scoreline flatters Arsenal. from Garry Monk Swansea City manager
    Garry MonkSwansea City manager
  50. Player reaction on Twitter

    Swansea 0-3 Arsenal

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    Swansea 0-3 Arsenal

  52. Stat attack

    Swansea 0-3 Arsenal

    Since making his Premier League debut in August 2012, Olivier Giroud has scored more headed goals than any other player (15).

  53. 'Ozil Arsenal's heartbeat'

    Swansea 0-3 Arsenal

    He might not have scored but Mesut Ozil's heat map illustrates he was at the heart of Arsenal's best moves.

  54. LINE-UPS

    Swansea 0-3 Arsenal

  55. Wasteful Bony

  56. What the papers say

    Man City 2-1 Norwich City

    Independent: "The belief that English goalkeepers are the best in the world is one that did not survive the Winter of Discontent, let alone the formation of the Premier League. However, this was not an afternoon that did much for their reputation."

    Telegraph: "The last time Joe Hart celebrated a goal quite so wildly was when Sergio Aguero settled the 2011-12 title race with the last kick of the season, but as Yaya Toure secured victory for Manchester City from the penalty spot, Hart was hugging team-mates as though another championship had just been secured."

    Mirror: "As it stands, the jury remains out on Bony. The reaction of City fans to Bony, berating him for his shortcomings, suggests they are losing patience with the former Swansea man."  

  57. 'Hart is human'

    Man City 2-1 Norwich City

    Quote Message: It was an extraordinary game. Norwich defended very well. The games before Champions League games are always difficult. But we have the character, the personality and the trust to win the game - we are not finished until the last minute. Joe Hart is human, he makes mistakes. He has saved us in a lot of other games - he's a good professional, he won't have any problems. from Manuel Pellegrini Manchester City boss
    Manuel PellegriniManchester City boss
    Manuel Pellegrini
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  59. 'We made mistakes'

    Man City 2-1 Norwich City

    Quote Message: I thought we limited Man City to very little, but if you're going to lose a goal away to the top teams, you want it to be from a bit of quality, so to lose one to a set-piece is disappointing. Then we made mistakes at the back for the second goal and it cost us the game. If people do their jobs properly and do the basics right, the rest of our game has been good. from Alex Neil Norwich City boss
    Alex NeilNorwich City boss
    Alex Neil
  60. Yaya not happy?

    Man City 2-1 Norwich City

    Toure and Pellegrini

    Yaya Toure was upset about something when he was subbed off. It looked like he had a few stern words for his gaffer.

  61. Player reaction on Twitter

    Man City 2-1 Norwich

  62. Keeper nightmares

    Man City 2-1 Norwich City

    Joe Hart drops the ball

    One good turn deserves another, they say.

    Minutes after Joe Hart dropped the ball at the feet of the Cameron Jerome, Norwich's John Ruddy decided he'd make his fellow keeper feel a bit better by going walkabout and leaving the goal open. That led to Russell Martin handling Raheem Sterling's shot.

    It was an error that handed Man City a victory from a game that they laboured in for long periods.

    John Ruddy
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  64. De Bruyne's impact

    Man City 2-1 Norwich City

    Kevin De Bruyne graphic
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  66. Man of the match - Kevin De Bruyne

    Man City 2-1 Norwich City

    BBC Sport's Chris Osborne gave Kevin De Bruyne the man of the match award, after the forward made Man City's opener and created four other chances for his side. The Belgian was persistent on a frustrating day for the hosts.

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    Kevin De Bruyne
  67. Bony's bad day

    Man City 2-1 Norwich City

    Man City fans grew a bit frustrated with Wilfried Bony today, as the striker failed to capitalise on some good positions. He had nine shots and missed the target six times (pictured).

    Bony shots
  68. Line-ups

    Man City 2-1 Norwich City

    Man City XI
    Norwich XI
  69. What the papers say

    Chelsea 1-3 Liverpool

    The Guardian: "There is an acknowledgement among the hierarchy at the club that mistakes may have been made over the summer in terms of recruitment which may have contributed to the team’s malaise to date this term – as well as, perhaps, the sale of Petr Cech to Arsenal – but an immediate upturn in results is now desperately needed." 

    Daily Mail: "The Portuguese did not deliver a convincing appraisal of his side’s failures or why he remains the man for the job - instead saying as little as possible. Mourinho refused to answer 12 questions on television, constantly replying ‘I have nothing to say’ and said ‘no’ when later asked if he had managed for the final time at Stamford Bridge."

  70. Lucky Lucas?

    Chelsea 1-3 Liverpool

  71. Social media brutality...

    Chelsea 1-3 Liverpool

    This image by popular website Bleacher Report has proven something of a social media hit. They simply title it 'Chelsea - The Sinking Bus.'

    And you can read more on the social media reaction to to Jose Mourinho's pain in our round-up piece here.

    Jose Mourinho
  72. Manager reaction

    Chelsea 1-3 Liverpool

    Jose Mourinho

    Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho told BBC Sport: "What I see from my players was good until a moment where they felt it was impossible to do better.

    "The fight goes on but sometimes there are fights that are very impossible to win. I can play against any team, against any manager, win, lose but more than this?"

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  74. Manager reaction

    Chelsea 1-3 Liverpool

    Jurgen Klopp and Jose Mourinho

    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp on Jose Mourinho's future: "I feel for him. He's a great coach. I don't think anyone in this room doubts hes one of the best in the world. Things like this happen. I had a similar situation at Dortmund last year. The good thing was no one in the club wa sin doubt of my situation. I feel for him of course but it's work."  

  75. Player reaction on Twitter

    Chelsea 1-3 Liverpool

  76. More Mourinho records...

    Chelsea 1-3 Liverpool

    Jose Mourinho

    Jose Mourinho lost six times in a season once on his beat during two spells with Chelsea. Surely that record will go and his next league outing is at Stoke - the side who beat the Blues on penalties in midweek. 

    Revenge or the end?

  77. Party like it's 1989!

    Chelsea 1-3 Liverpool

    Liverpool celebrate
  78. Firm up Firmino

    Chelsea 1-3 Liverpool

    Roberto Firmino

    Firmino was impressive and more accurate with the ball than any player who started the game. He may need to toughen up though - of the 25 duels he contested, he only came out on top in 28%.

  79. Chelsea out-worked

    Chelsea 1-3 Liverpool

    Emre Can

    A simple stat which perhaps illustrates work ethic, pressing, maybe even desire. Liverpool ran 115km as a team today, Chelsea, just 107km.

    That's a big difference and may be explainable if Chelsea had more of the ball but the fact is they didn't, Liverpool enjoyed 57% of the possession.

  80. Man of the Match

    Chelsea 1-3 Liverpool

    Philippe Coutinho may not have been able to claim the match ball but this was the first time he managed two goals in a Premier League game since moving to English football.

    The likes of Lucas and arguably Roberto Firmino were more consistent over 90 minutes but for his general play and of course, telling moments, Coutinho takes Man of the Match.

    Philippe Coutinho
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  82. Brave Liverpool...

    Chelsea 1-3 Liverpool

    A look at the average positions players took up today shows how expansive Liverpool were compared to their hosts. 

    The Reds (right in this image) pushed full-backs Alberto Moreno (18) and Nathaniel Clyne (2) high up the pitch. James Milner (7) was also very advanced on the right flank.

    Chelsea v Liverpool
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    Former Burnley, West Brom and Southampton midfielder Richard Chaplow has nailed his Saturday evening.

  84. Rock hard Lucas

    Chelsea 1-3 Liverpool

    Lucas Leiva

    In this game, Lucas Leiva (here on the right), played 73 passes. That is nearly the combined total of the two men in Chelsea's central midfield - John Obi Mikel and Ramires, who managed 76 as a duo.

  85. LINE-UPS

    Chelsea 1-3 Liverpool

  86. Coming up

    A reminder of tonight's running order...

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  89. Fantasy football shocks

    Did you pick these in August?

    How did your fantasy football team get on today?

    Philippe Coutinho in your side? Riyad Mahrtez too? Well done if so. This is the dream team, or best available, for the season so far. How many of those would have been certain picks on day one of the season?

    I'm going to go for Aleksandar Kolarov, Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez - the other eight have really gazumped us all!

    Fantasy football
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  91. Take a walk behind the scenes

    Former Chelsea defender Ruud Gullit is also in the studio tonight - head over here for a taster of what he'll be saying about the Blues...

  92. So good, so Vardy

    Presenter Gary Lineker has been going through his preparations. This little sneak peak would suggest Leicester's Jamie Vardy could get some air time tonight...

    Vardy graphic
  93. Who would be a keeper?

    As Jermaine Jenas has alluded to, it's been a funny old weekend for goalkeepers. 

    Let's face it, goalkeepers are funny old characters. Anyone happy to play in a position where one mistake can be the undoing of your team has to be a little bit unusual.

    Jens Lehmann anyone? 

    Anyway, while we wait for Match of the Day to start, take a look at our rundown of the highs and lows for Premier League custodians today.

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    Two very optimistic tweeters waiting for Match of the Day to start. One of them is going to be very disappointed....

  95. Keepers weepers

    Jermaine Jenas is alongside Ruud Gullit to give you expert opinion tonight - but which three keepers is he talking about here?..

  96. So much to talk about

    Montage of moments

    So, what’s your big talking point of the day?

    Jose’s woe? Hart’s howler? Vardy’s form? Carroll’s caper?

    All this and more will be discussed on tonight’s show – and you can add your penny’s worth.

    Tweet us using #MOTD, post a comment on the MOTD Facebook page, or text us from UK mobiles on 81111.

  97. Match of the Day social

    That's right ladies and gentlemen, it's almost time for Match of the Day. 

    Tonight it's on at 22:25 GMT on BBC One. Watch on your telly, if you've got one, or use the Live Coverage tab at the top of this very page. 

    Image caption: Here's what's coming up...
  98. Match of the Day Social

    Good evening, welcome. 

    I trust the water flows freely down your mountain. 

    Welcome to Match of the Day Social. Here you'll find extra analysis, stats and opinion to complement tonight's programme.  

    It's like Match of the Day, but erm, social, too - so that means you can get involved.

    Image caption: Is Jose feeling zen this evening?
    Image caption: And does this man ever sit down?