- Swansea’s goal came from their first shot of the match, and their first touch in Arsenal’s penalty area
- The Swans have mustered fewer shots (76) and shots on target (20) than any other Premier League side this season
- FT: Palace 2-2 West Ham - Zaha strikes late in injury time
- FT: Liverpool 3-0 Huddersfield - Sturridge, Firmino & Wijnaldum
- FT: West Brom 2-3 Man City - Phillips with late Baggies goal
- FT: Arsenal 2-1 Swansea - Ramsey scores winner for Gunners
- FT: Watford 0-1 Stoke - Fletcher
- Result: Man Utd 1-0 Tottenham (Martial)
Swansea goalscorer Sam Clucas after his team's narrow defeat: "I thought in the first half we played well and we deserved to lead. They didn't do enough to warrant being level.
"We had enough chances to keep exploiting them on the break, but that lapse of concentration in the early part of the second half cost us. They had two chances and teams like this take them.
"The first half was tough because we were always pinned in, and everyone is tired mentally and physically. I think we lost concentration for 15 minutes so it is tough to take, but there are positives to take."
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West Ham manager Slaven Bilic: "It feels like a defeat. We knew that the game was not over at 2-0 up at half-time. I am very disappointed with the penalty, but the way we conceded the leveler was very disappointing.
"We needed to keep the ball and we made the wrong decision with Michail Antonio choosing to cross the ball rather than keep it.
"We have to manage the game on the pitch. The game was finished.
"We didn't want to be passive, but instead exploit the space that they were leaving behind."
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger: "I knew that Swansea had only conceded one goal away from home this season so I knew they would be tight defensively.
"Our pace wasn't sharp enough in the first half, we did not penetrate enough and we had to up the tempo. The second half was much better. The players were conscious of it and knew we had to play at a higher pace.
"Defensively we looked a bit insecure in the first half - we could have conceded a second which would have made it difficult. But were better in the second half."
On Saed Kolasinac scoring the opener and setting up Aaron Ramsey's winner: "I liked his game today, he had a good finish on the goal and some good combinations on the left, leading to the assist for the second.
"Once he scored the confidence grew and he became more and more dangerous."
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West Ham striker Andre Ayew: "We conceded very early in the second half and the pressure was high as we were not able to get on the ball. We have to get back on the front foot and be ready for Liverpool at the weekend.
"When you have a two-goal lead you need to keep that. It is not a bad response to the defeat against Brighton, but we should have left with three points.
"Confidence comes game by game."
Swansea boss Paul Clement says there were still plenty of positives to take from side's performance in defeat at Arsenal ahead of next week's home game against Brighton.
"It is frustrating in terms of results but we saw some positive things. That was not a bad performance, we come to a big ground and gave them a tough game. Now we have got to turn our home form around.
"I liked a lot of things about the performance and we deserved a little bit more than we got."
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West Ham goalkeeper Joe Hart: "I can't believe we have done that. We fought all the way to the end and then we have been so unprofessional. It is two points dropped. As simple as that.
"We shut the game down to a certain extent, but I think that Wilfried Zaha, Andros Townsend, Bacary Sako and Ruben Loftus-Cheek were excellent to be fair. Ee can't let people run through us like that though.
"I hadn't switched off for the winner. It was a difficult shot through legs."
Swansea manager Paul Clement: "We always knew it would be a difficult game and knew we would have long periods under significant pressure.
"But we defended well, certainly in the first half, were solid in our shape and had chances, and were a threat on the break.
"Then we couldn't contain them in the second half and some of the details we got right in the first half we couldn't get right in the second half.
"You still have to believe you can get something and right until the end we were in the game. All it needs is one set play or a bit of quality to get that equaliser but we just didn't get that chance."
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Eddie Howe makes two changes to his Bournemouth side that beat Stoke last time out in the Premier League.
Jermain Defoe returns after missing the last two games through injury while Steve Cook also comes into the defence.
Nathan Ake and Asmir Begovic both play against their former clubs.
Bournemouth XI: Begovic, S Cook, Ake, Francis, A Smith, L Cook, Surman, Daniels, Stanislas, Afobe, Defoe
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Chelsea make one change from their last Premier League game - a dramatic victory over Watford.
It sees Gary Cahill drop to the bench, perhaps with next week's Champions League trip to Roma in mind. Davide Zappacosta comes in at right wing back and Cesar Azpilicueta slots back into the three-man Blues defence.
Chelsea XI: Courtois; Azpilicueta (c), David Luiz, Rudiger; Zappacosta, Bakayoko, Fabregas, Alonso; Pedro, Morata, Hazard
Subs: Caballero, Cahill, Christensen, Ampadu, Drinkwater, Willian, Batshuayi.
Liverpool goalscorer Georginio Wijnaldum: "The manager told us not to get frustrated because they were dropping real deep.
"If we keep playing football, they can not cover the spaces all the time.
"Every win is a big win for us and it was important because we had to give a reaction from the match last week. I think we did well."Copyright: Getty Images
A dramatic end.
And we are not done yet....
Mark Noble has taken offence at some of the Palace celebrations and has to be led away by Joe Hart.
Palace remain bottom, but they are only four points from safety.
Selhurst Park is rocking to the rafters!
They have snatched a point in the eighth minute of injury time and it is the main man Wilfried Zaha who twist, turns and drills a low shot past Joe Hart.
Roy clenches a fist in delight.Copyright: Reuters
Charlie Adam misses a great chance to make it safe, hitting the post having rounded Heurelho Gomes, but it doesn't matter in the end.Copyright: Reuters
Luckily for Nicolas Otamendi no major damage was done. West Brom huff and puff in that final minute of stoppage time, but never look like bagging another.
Man City fully deserve the three points as they regain their FIVE point lead at the top of the Premier League.
Michael Oliver has really earned his money at Vicarage Road today.
The referee is called in to separate Troy Deeney and Joe Allen. Both get bookings, but it could have been a lot worse for Deeney, who had his fingers round Allen's face.
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It's a massive mistake from Nicolas Otamendi. To give a goal away like that in the Premier League is criminal!
And that is your lot.
Liverpool were frustrated in the first half, but imperious in the second half.Copyright: Getty Images
Arsenal dip over the line. The Gunners up into the top four - for now.
Crystal Palace with a late corner as Declan Rice cuts out Wilfried Zaha's cross.
But it won't be taken until Joe Hart has had treatment for a severe case of time-wasting...
Six minutes added on.
Game on? Nicolas Otamendi will be getting a rocket from Pep Guardiola win, lose or draw for this misdemeanour. The Argentine defender cockily tries to chest back to Ederson, Matt Phillips nipping in to poke home.
Could Albion? Could they??