• Saturday's action is kicked off at the Stadium of Light where Tottenham's 2-1 win moves them up into third ahead of Everton playing Chelsea tomorrow.
  • Martin O'Neill hoped his Sunderland side could build on their win over the Premier League champions as Spurs come to town on Saturday.
  • Emmanuel Adebayor is presented with a golden opportunity to put Spurs in front but somehow hits the crossbar from close range.
  • Five minutes before half-time, Seb Larsson's free-kick causes Spurs problems and after Lloris saves from Fletcher, John O'Shea slots home the rebound.
  • Spurs are level on 48 minutes! Carlos Cuellar flicks a header into his own goal from a Kyle Walker free-kick.
  • Aaron Lennon completes the turnaround after the break putting Tottenham 2-1 up on 52 minutes.
  • Martin O'Neill's side have gifted Spurs the lead, Kilgallon deflected the ball into the path of Lennon for Tottenham's second.
  • Simon Mignolet pulls off a great save from Jermain Defoe after Gareth Bale puts it on a plate for the England striker. The game finishes 2-1 to Spurs.
  • Man City take the lead at Carrow Road after just two minutes. Edin Dzeko  applies the finish after being set-up by David Silva.
  • After just three minutes, Wigan lead at Villa Park, Ivan Ramis finds himself in plenty of space to head home a corner.
  • After being hit for eight and four in their last two games, it's a nightmare start for Paul Lambert's side.
  • Squad rotation appears to be the order of the day in the Premier League. The league's top scorer Robin van Persie has to make do with a place on the bench.
  • Pavel Pogrebnyak capitalises on a poor backpass from James Collins to give Reading the lead after five minutes.
  • United initially don't miss their talisman as West Brom are helping them out, Gareth McAuley deflects Ashley Young's cross into his own goal.
  • Southampton take the lead at the Britannia after 10 minutes, Guly de Prado swings in a cross which is dispatched by Rickie Lambert.
  • Swansea take the lead at Fulham, Nathan Dyer's shot is saved by David Stockdale but Danny Graham is on hand to turn the ball into the bottom corner.
  • Norwich grab a goal back against Man City, Anthony Pilkington's free-kick deflects off Gael Clichy to wrong-foot Joe Hart.
  • Stoke equalise against Southampton on 16 minutes, Ryan Shotton's low cross is flicked into the far corner by Kenwyne Jones.
  • After Jay Rodriguez makes it 2-1 on 24 minutes, an own goal from Andy Wilkinson ensures Southampton go into the break 3-1 up against Stoke.
  • Just before the break, Man City are reduced to ten-men when Samir Nasri is adjudged to have headbutted Sebastien Bassong.
  • The two players locked horns but it looked like a harsh decision as there is little sign of an actual headbutt from the Frenchman.
  • Any nerves Man City had about being down to ten-men are settled on 50 minutes when Sergio Aguero chips Mark Bunn.
  • It was a 30-yard floated pass from Yaya Toure that took a slight deflection off Bassong which set-up Aguero to make it 3-1.
  • On 52 minutes Swansea add a second, a fluffed clearance by David Stockdale hits Hangeland and Jonathan De Guzman pounces to capitalise on the mistake.
  • Fulham grab a goal back just minutes later. Berbatov's header hits the bar and after a blocked shot, the ball falls to Bryan Ruiz who finds the corner.
  • Norwich are offered some hope when Snodgrass' cross is headed back across goal by Bassong and Russell Martin is on-hand to head home.
  • Stoke are back in it on 67 minutes. Matthew Upson slides in to follow up a shot blocked by Fonte, his shot finds it's way through a crowded penalty area.
  • The game at Craven Cottage swings back-and-forth, Edin Dzeko beats the offside trap and fires a shot which hits the post and goes in off Mark Bunn. 4-2.
  • Stoke City are reduced to ten-men when Steven N'Zonzi goes in on Jack Cork. The red card looks a bit harsh on closer inspection.
  • The goals keep coming at Carrow Road as Norwich make it 4-3 when Russell Martin scores his second by diverting a Bradley Johnson shot into the net.
  • 65th minute substitute Robin van Persie seals victory for Manchester United in the final minutes with a curling shot from 22 yards.
  • The Dutchman displays a message written on his shirt after finding the net.
  • Alex Pearce celebrates at the final whistle as Reading seal their second victory of the season with a 1-0 win over West Ham.
  • Drama at the Britannia as Cameron Jerome fires a thunderbolt shot from 20 yards in off the crossbar to equalise for Stoke in the 90th minute.
  • Fulham's stand-in keeper David Stockdale reflects on his mistake which proved costly for the Cottagers .
  • In the late kick-off, Theo Walcott breaks the offside trap and neatly curls into the far corner to give Arsenal the lead against Newcastle.
  • Walcott celebrates his sixth Premier League goal this season.
  • Newcastle United bounce back just before half-time when Demba Ba's free-kick deflects off Wilshere and into the back of the net.
  • Five minutes into the second half Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is given too much space by Newcastle and he punishes them with a low drive from outside the area.
  • The 19-year-old scores against his former manager and the man who gave him his professional debut, Alan Pardew. 2-1 to Arsenal.
  • It's 2-2 on the hour. Obertain is the creator, sliding a low cross across the goal face for Sylvain Marveaux to tap home at the far post.
  • Four minutes later Arsenal are ahead again. Jack Wilshere uses his strength to get to the byline and chips a cross which falls to Lukas Podolski.
  • Three minutes since the last goal, Demba Ba loses his marker at the far post to meet a precise cross from Sylvain Marveaux. Three-a-piece.
  • Just doubling checking, yes, we definitely have goalkeepers at the Emirates! Theo Walcott scoops the ball into the top corner to make it 4-3 on 73 minutes.
  • Olivier Giroud gets in on the goal fest. The Frenchman is only on the pitch ten minutes before he finds the net with a diving header.
  • Giroud doubles his tally three minutes later. Walcott is the provider from the right and a powerful finish from substitute makes it 6-3.
  • You still with us? Walcott completes his hat-trick in remarkable fashion, cuts in from the left, beats one defender, is brought down, climbs to his feet...
  • ...and chips the ball past the advancing Tim Krul. Walcott's third comes in the 90th minute and completes a 7-3 victory for The Gunners.

Premier League

Saturday's action is kicked off at the Stadium of Light where Tottenham's 2-1 win moves them up into third ahead of Everton playing Chelsea tomorrow.