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Summary

  1. Huddersfield go top after goalless draw with Southampton
  2. Newcastle claim first league win to leave West Ham bottom
  3. Abraham and Ayew the Swansea scorers at winless Palace
  4. Britos sent off but Watford hold on for point against Brighton
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By Jonathan Jurejko

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye!

    Let's be honest... It was not the most thrilling of Saturday afternoons. Hopefully there is a bit more drama at Old Trafford. Join Shamoon Hafez for all the latest.

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  2. We have to sort ourselves out - Bilic

    Newcastle 3-0 West Ham

    More from Hammers boss Bilic: “They were the better team, disappointing and frustrating the way we played. They were quicker and better on second balls and punished our mistakes for first couple of goals. Simply, it wasn’t good enough.

    “The first two goals, we gave them the ball in dangerous areas but we have to react. It doesn’t have to be a goal. It helped them.

    “They were more powerful than us. It wasn’t good enough.

    “We can talk about excuses but after this kind of defeat and performance … we are in a bad position and only we can get ourselves out of it.

    “We have to use this international break to sort ourselves out. We didn’t look good with or without the ball. It is everything.”

  3. They were better in everything - Bilic

    Newcastle 3-0 West Ham

    West Ham United

    West Ham boss Slaven Bilic, speaking to Match of the Day: “We made a mistake that led to their first goal and it gave them a boost.

    “We came back in the second half and we better in the first 10 minutes, but it’s a game of mistakes. We didn’t play good, we have to admit it, they were the better side. The goals helped them. They deserved those goals because they pressured high up the pitch.

    “We have to admit they were better in everything, especially in determination and wanting to win second balls and making a transition when doing that. We didn’t deserve anything.

    “We had a midweek game but that had nothing to do with today’s performance.

    “We are trying to be active [in the transfer market] still but I was happy with the team, it was just the performance that was not good. We can talk about the away games but I expected a lot, lot more.”

  4. Where's Big Sam?

    Crystal Palace 0-2 Swansea

    Garth Crooks

    Former Spurs striker on Final Score

    I am seeing players who I don't recognise anymore.

    I don't recognise Puncheon, I don't recognise Benteke - what has happened to their confidence?

    I won't be surprised if Steve Parish isn't on the phone to Sam Allardyce asking how much he wants to come back.

  5. 'It could have been three points. Or one or none'

    Huddersfield 0-0 Southampton

    Southampton

    Southampton manager Mauricio Pellegrino: "We have to think about what we can do to be better in the next game. We have to keep going. Huddersfield are now really high. They are in a good moment.

    On Ryan Bertrand's late chance which was cleared off the line: "We were really close at the end. This is football. We just couldn't score.

    "It could have been three points, one point or none. It was tough from the beginning."

    On whether a draw was fair: "We were in trouble a little when it came to crosses. We had chances in the last 15-20 minutes and put them under pressure. There were moments for us and moments for them.

    On whether Mathias Jorgensen's tackle on James Ward-Prowse should have been a penalty: "It was a difficult situation. We watched it on TV and it was difficult for us. We have to respect the decision of the referee."

  6. Post update

    Watford 0-0 Brighton

    Garth Crooks

    Former Spurs striker on Final Score

    Britos has left the floor with malice. That is violent conduct if ever I have seen it.

  7. We lost emotional balance - Silva

    Watford 0-0 Brighton

    Watford

    Watford manager Marco Silva, speaking to Match of the Day: "It was a difficult match, it started really well for us, we had chances to score. After the first chance they created we lost emotional balance. We need to continue what we did before.

    "The red card changed everything. But after that our players showed good spirit and attitude.

    "We controlled our game well, they had more chances - that is normal for a team with 11 men, but we had chances too."

    On Miguel Britos' red card: "I didn't see it. but the information I have is that it looked fair. I have spoken with the player and we need to be calm to think what we will do."

    On whether he will seek defensive reinforcements before Thursday: "We will see. I hope the club can do what I want to do."

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    Andrew Neill: I just hope that performance doesn't make Ashley think NUFC don't need to make a few more signings still...

  9. I have some friends in the stands - Benitez

    Newcastle 3-0 West Ham

    Newcastle United

    Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez speaking to Match of the Day: "When you are losing it is difficult, when you are winning everyone is happy.

    "We won with everyone trying so hard. The fans were crucial last year and they have to be crucial this year - they are trying to help. I think I have some friends in the stands.

    "I said before that Joselu needed to be fit. He did well, it was a great effort, we understand he will need everyone for the whole season.

    "Matt Ritchie is an important player, the way he works is an example for the others.

    "We will try and bring in players that will give us something different. We know these players."

  10. I'm proud of our start - Wagner

    Huddersfield 0-0 Southampton

    Huddersfield Town

    Huddersfield manager David Wagner: "I was happy how brave we were in the first-half. Unfortunately, we didn't score and this is why we have to accept the 0-0.

    "There were some good blocks and saves. We missed opportunities. Southampton had the best chances in the second-half.

    "It was an unbelievable save on the goal line.

    "We have three clean sheets in the Premier League so I am very proud with what we have done so far. We will go into this international break with a smile on our face.

    "We will take every game how it comes and try our best. We wanted to show that we are brave. Every game you have a chance. I am very happy."

  11. Post update

    Manchester United v Leicester (17:30 BST)

    Ian Brown

    BBC football commentator

    Harry Maguire is fit to start for Leicester. He helped Hull to a 0-0 draw at Old Trafford last season but now his England credentials will be tested to the full by a red hot Lukaku and the starting Antony Martial. Maguire might just be auditioning for an England start .

  12. Post update

    Man Utd v Leicester (17:30 BST)

    While we continue to sweep up all the post-match reaction from the four 3pm kick-offs, there is another game about to start. And the result could see Huddersfield knocked off the top of the Premier League...

    Follow all the action from Manchester United's home game against Leicester City.

  13. Crystal crisis?

    Crystal Palace 0-2 Swansea

    Garth Crooks

    Former Spurs striker on Final Score

    I think we are seeing the start of a crisis at Crystal Palace. The results are bad enough - but it's the way they are playing that frightens me most.

  14. Palace need to show more...

    Crystal Palace 0-2 Swansea

    Crystal Palace

    Crystal Palace manager Frank de Boer had a few frank words to say in his post-match BBC Sport interview after his side's second home defeat of the season.

    Those who are easily offended might want to look away now...

    "We have to show some balls from the first second of the game," says the Dutchman. "It wasn't until after we were two nil down, that we showed we really can play.

    "It was not because of the quality of Swansea that we lost. We made two mistakes in the first-half, they had two half chances and scored both times.

    "It is a very hard lesson for us. If we do not show balls or courage then you get punished. In second-half you saw a different Palace who creates chance and with a bit of luck you make one of those. It just wasn't the day for us.

    "Hopefully you will see a different Palace after international window."

  15. Mixed feeling for Brighton - Knockaert

    Watford 0-0 Brighton

    Brighton & Hove Albion

    Brighton winger Anthony Knockaert: "We are glad to get our first point but we're also disappointed not to get a win because we were playing against 10 men. We had a few chances but couldn't find a goal.

    "We showed better character today and there are some good signs for the future. We have two weeks to work hard during the international break.

    "At half-time the manager told us to keep calm and we didn't have to score in the next five minutes.

    "We knew it would not be easy because they kept good shape and in the end I think they were happy with a draw."

  16. Clement pleased by 'decent' start

    Crystal Palace 0-2 Swansea

    Swansea City

    Swansea boss Paul Clement speaking to BBC Sport: "It is hard coming away from home in the Premier League, so four points out of two away games is very positive.

    "Tammy Abraham and Jordan Ayew took their goals well, they both scored midweek, it's what you want from the strikers. Our offensive play in the second half needed to be much better. We will not get carried away, we have got to get better and improve.

    "We played two games away from home and won four points, our home game was against Manchester United. To also go through in the EFL Cup, we can say it has been a decent start to the season.

    "We have our eye on a couple of transfer targets, we will try and bring in some quality players to be competitive this year."

  17. Hughton eyeing attacking spark

    Watford 0-0 Brighton

    Brighton & Hove Albion

    More from Brighton manager Chris Hughton, who is yet to see his newly-promoted side score a Premier League goal: "It is a concern, yes, because on the balance of play and getting in areas we are, we should do better.

    "We need to find a way to win these games, we hit the post twice and feel it is coming.

    "I hope we are successful in this transfer window to get a bit more attacking threat. I hope I'll be busy, can't guarantee it but we are trying as hard as we can. It is a difficult market."

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    Sharon Jenkins: Maybe Huddersfield are doing a Leicester. Who would go on telly in their pants if they win the Premiership?

  19. 'They are like family'

    Newcastle 3-0 West Ham

    Newcastle United

    Newcastle United scorer Ciaran Clark: "We didn't start off the best in the first two games and wanted to put that right. There's always pressure."

    On new signing Joselu scoring on his debut: "I'm very happy to score and to get the three points. It was important to win this game before the international break. I feel good.

    "The team has been good with me - they were like family on the first day. Today I had an opportunity and I tried to work hard for the club and the team."

  20. Post update

    Crystal Palace 0-2 Swansea

    Kevin Kilbane

    Former Huddersfield winger

    The big positive for Swansea to take from today is Tammy Abraham. He works hard without the ball and he deserved that goal today.