That's that from us. Make sure you return for more Premier League live text commentaries on Sunday.
If you've missed it we have an addition to Match of the Day this season.
As always you can watch it online (and on BBC One) from 22:20 BST, but we now run a live text alongside it which we encourage you to join in with on social media.
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Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has come unstuck against managers whose surnames start with 'P' on the last six league meetings - Pulis, Poyet, Pardew, Pochettino, Pulis, and Pellegrini.Copyright: EPA
One new signing who might make his Premier League debut is Pedro, the celebrated forward who signed for Chelsea from Barcelona this week.
Of course, this is the Pedro who could have been wearing red and playing against Newcastle today.
On Friday, Blues manager Jose Mourinho said Chelsea did not intend to "beat" Manchester United to the signing of £21m player.
"I only want to beat Man United on the pitch," said the Portuguese boss.
"I don't want to go in that direction. Our job is not to get a player another club wants."
There is live text commentary on three Premier League matches on Sunday.
We start with West Brom v Chelsea (13:30 BST), then the two 16:00 BST games are Everton v Manchester City and Watford v Southampton.
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Here are the thoughts of star-in-the-making Dele Alli, who scored his first Spurs goal.
The former MK Dons midfielder grabbed the opener at the King Power Stadium, before Riyad Mahrez grabbed the equaliser, and his fourth Premier League goal of the season.
The Welsh club scored just before half-time to take the lead in this Championship 17:15 kick-off.
The goalscorer? Kenwyne Jones, who has been linked with a move to Sheffield Wednesday.
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We have three good games for you tomorrow with West Brom hosting Chelsea, Manchester City visiting Everton and Watford facing Southampton.
On Monday, it's Arsenal v Liverpool at the Emirates.
Unlike team-mate Bastian Schweinsteiger, it seems that Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney has put today's result behind him.
By the way, if you want to follow the latest Championship action between Cardiff and Wolves then click here. It's 0-0 at the moment.
"There will have been some harsh words exchanged this week at Sunderland. I've played at the Stadium of Light when the atmosphere isn't positive - it can be an intimidating place to play when things are going against you.
"But Jeremain Lens was outstanding - the way he took the bull by the horns with his creative play, was excellent."
And last but not least...
"We saw an outstanding performance from Jack Butland today. He made some incredible saves - and the one when he denied Cameron Jerome, with the ball already behind him, was brilliant. He was the man of the match for me - he's got Stoke the point today."
West Ham boss Slaven Bilic: "It went wrong from the start. We played a very bad first half. It is very hard to explain three of their four goals - you can't make errors like that at this level. They were more lively and more aggressive but you can't make those mistakes.
"It's not an alarming situation but we can't continue to play without more desire. We simply need a better mentality."Copyright: Getty Images
"There was no flag from the assistant referee, but you could tell from the Aston Villa players' reaction that they thought James McArthur was offside for Crystal Palace's disallowed goal.
"They ran straight over, the referee and his assistant then conferred, and they came up with the correct decision. But because it was about a minute, whether or not the referee got word in his ear from the fourth official, I don't know."
Bournemouth chairman Jeff Mostyn tells Sky Sports he is wearing the same suit he wore when Bournemouth clinched promotion.
"This morning, having lost the first two games, I decided to bring it out again. Even down to a pair of socks my wife was trying to dry as I was walking out of house, I'm wearing the same things.
"I'll be wearing this suit for the rest of the season now."
- Copyright: Getty ImagesQuote Message: I am happy. We had a decent amount of play in the first half but didn't create a great deal today, the conditions took the edge off our game. In the end we are grateful for a number of saves from Jack Butland who was outstanding today. At the moment Jack has a broken finger as well so that shows the strength of character he has. Xherdan Shaqiri will get better the longer he is with us but you can see that he will be a key player for us. He hasn't played much but the 90 minutes today will do him the world of good. from Mark Hughes Stoke manager
"For Leicester's equalising goal, the Tottenham defender backed off Riyad Mahrez. That's because people are respecting him now - players are afraid of him, like you would be of Lionel Messi. When the defender backs off that yard from you, it's because he thinks you're going to go past him and it created the space for his shot."Copyright: Getty Images
Leyton Orient head the division after maintaining their 100 percent start with a 3-2 win at Newport . Wycombe remain unbeaten after a late leveller to draw 1-1 at home to Dagenham & Redbridge . Bristol Rovers keep pace with the early pace-setters after beating Barnet 3-1. Hartlepool lost for the first time, 2-0 at Stevenage .
There were away wins for Crawley and Plymouth , and draws at Carlisle , Exeter , Mansfield and Notts County . Yeovil recovered from two goals down to earn a first win of the season, 3-2 at home to Luton , and 10-man Portsmouth fought-back from three goals down to earn a point at home to Morecambe .
Bournemouth chairman Jeff Mostyn: "Anyone watching this game over the weekend will be staggered at our performance. I couldn't be more proud of our boys' performance."
"Bournemouth were really unlucky with their result at Anfield on Monday but their reaction has been really impressive. Callum Wilson in particular. He's had to come back from injuries in his career, and first started to score goals at Coventry when they were really struggling.
"Now I'm looking at him to go on and score 15 goals this season. He's certainly up and running now. Outstanding today."Copyright: Getty Images
- Copyright: Getty ImagesQuote Message: It was a really good game, the fans were great and it's very nice for me to play for 90 minutes. I'm sad that we did not win but a point was good for us in the end. It was unbelievably hot! I was not expecting this in England. But I am glad to be here - it is the best league in the world. from Xherdan Shaqiri Stoke's record signing
Bournemouth forward Callum Wilson, who scored a hat-trick, speaking to BBC Sport : "It's a fantastic day on a personal note but the important thing is we got the three points.
"In the first two games I think there were nerves, but today I felt we showed real confidence.
"There's a few things we need to brush up on but it's a fantastic result and instils confidence into the team."
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe speaking to BBC Sport: "It was a really strange game. We were in cruise control in the first half but that seemed to go out of the window after half-time when we made some strange decisions.
"The only disappointment at half-time was that we were not more than 2-0 up.
"We have been really heartened by the two previous games but when you don’t win then naturally the players will question whether we are doing the right things."Copyright: Getty Images
Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew speaking to BBC Sport: "We got a real grip in the second half. Villa were terrific today. Regarding the disallowed goal, Macca (James McArthur) was offside when Gayle's shot hit him. The referee got it spot on.
On matchwinner Bakary Sako: "We've seen the power of Sako in training. This guy has come in to score goals. This win is for Yannick [Bolasie was given compassionate leave following a family bereavement]."
- Quote Message: It's always nice to make some saves and get a point. I was able to produce and it's great when the hard work on the training ground pays off. from Jack Butland Stoke goalkeeperCopyright: Getty Images
Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri: "Tottenham kept possession of the ball but we created the same chances and 1-1 is the right result.
"I am happy, My players have a fantastic spirit. It was an outstanding goal and Riyad Mahrez is a very good player.
"It is important to maintain our place in the Premier League. Seven points, 33 less, that is important for us.
"Skill makes the difference and Mahrez has very, very good skill."
- Copyright: Getty ImagesQuote Message: It's disappointing not to win. We had all the chances in the game but I can't complain with how we played. We were great and Jack Butland made some fantastic saves. There is no question that we deserve to be at this level. from Alex Neil Norwich City manager
- SMS Message: I would not like to guess how many games Villa have managed to throw away in the last 10 minutes of games over the past three years. We won't do well until games finish on 85 mins. Unbelievable!! from Chris W, Sutton Coldfield
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Coventry surrendered their 100 per cent start, losing 2-1 to neighbours Walsall . They are replaced at the top by Gillingham , who beat Wigan 2-0 thanks to goals from Bradley Dack. Sheffield United move up to fourth after a third consecutive victory, 2-0 against bottom club Blackpool .
Barnsley and Bradford fought-out a Yorkshire derby stalemate at Oakwell. It was also goal-less at Chesterfield and Scunthorpe . Swindon were the division's only away winners, 1-0 at Southend and there were home wins for Burton, Fleetwood Port Vale.
- Copyright: Getty ImagesQuote Message: We are disappointed not to win the game but that shows the standards we set ourselves. We fought back and had enough chances to win the game. If it wasn't for Jack Butland we would have won but that is the quality he has. He should be back in the England squad. We have tremendous belief in our squad and we have the freedom to go and play. from Nathan Redmond Norwich City winger
Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood talking to the BBC: "To lose it so late was disappointing. I thought we were very good in the first half. We scored the goal and came back into it.
"We saw a young player with no fear like Adama Traore. On the flip side you have young players that make mistakes and Jordan Amavi, hasn't made many but he did today and has to learn from it."Copyright: Reuters
Former Everton forward Landon Donovan is not impressed with the cooling breaks this afternoon...
Ipswich remain top after winning 2-1 at Preston . Charlton , scored a late winner to end Hull's unbeaten start 2-1. Fulham scored an injury-time equaliser to draw 1-1 at home to Huddersfield . Rotherham remain bottom after going down 4-2 at QPR, Charlie Austin scoring twice.
Stephen Dobbie scored Bolton's first goal of the season four minutes into injury time as they drew 1-1 with Nottingham Forest. Burnley earned a first win of the season, 1-0 at home to Brentford. Bristol City upset Middlesbrough, winning 1-0 at the Riverside.
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edmund emiowei: Arsenal fan, but we neutrals are going to have a thrilling time following Bournemouth this season - even if they do go down.
Kyle Murfet: I sold Callum Wilson from my fantasy football team earlier this week. Gutted.
Colin Todd: Delighted for Bournemouth. They were robbed in their last game.
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Tottenham boss Maurico Pochettino talking to BBC: "It was 50/50, a very difficult game for both teams. Second half we played much better.
"I am disappointed with the draw. Last game against Stoke we lost a 2-0 lead and we did it again. We deserved more again but it is a shame.
"I am angry and disappointed, not frustrated. The mistake we made today is difficult to explain."
Crystal Palace matchwinner Bakary Sako: "I'm happy to score on my debut. The most important thing was the three points. Since I was young I had a powerful left foot."Copyright: Reuters
We'll have reaction from managers from all around the Premier League grounds.
I wonder what West Ham boss Slaven Bilic of the 4-3 home defeat by Bournemouth? He might need to borrow the Tinkerman's Kasabian CDs.Copyright: Getty Images
Saidmadrid: Great game of football at the King Power, Leicester playing like this will not have problems to stay up.
Terry Lambert: First to say it. Slaven Bilic and Julian Dicks have to go. Four red cards already and we can’t defend. Worst display by a West Ham defence ever.
Aamir Mir: I guess we shouldn't bother watching the first 75 minutes of PL games. All the action is packed in the last 15 minutes!
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It was a stalemate in the earlier game, largely because of Newcastle's resolute defending.
West Ham almost scramble in an equaliser with a corner but that's full-time! What a game. Crazy.
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"Jeremain Lens has been really creative today. He's been outstanding. Sunderland needed to turn it round and they've taken a step towards doing that."
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Back at the Stadium of Light, defender Sebastian Coates, who hasn't had the best of starts to his full-time Black Cats career, heads high from 10 yards.
Not long remaining here.
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"Crystal Palace are worthy winners. They've been excellent in this second half. They would have been hard done by only getting a draw."Copyright: PA
Yeovil have battled back from two goals down to lead Luton 3-2, Morecambe lead 10-man Portsmouth 3-2, Bristol Rovers are 3-1 ahead against Barnet . Leyton Orient lead Newport 3-2 as they look to extend their 100 per cent start to the season.
There are four minutes of stoppage time at Selhurst Park.
Bradley Johnson to win it! Coming in at the back post, he can't steer in a fine chance! Norwich will feel they should have had all the points today.
Poor Jordan Amavi. The French defender gives the ball away. Scott Dann finds Bakary Sako in the area, who brilliantly places his low shot past the reach of Brad Guzan. A goal on his debut - take a bow.Copyright: PA
There are four minutes remaining at Selhurst Park.
Sheffield United have doubled their advantage to lead Blackpool 2-0. Swindon lead by the only goal at Southend . Crewe and Bury are level after sharing six goals at Gresty Road. Shrewsbury have levelled at Oldham , it's 1-1 at Boundary Park. Gillingham lead Wigan 2-0.
Wes Morgan to win it! No! Great header from the big man but he's denied by Hugo Lloris...Copyright: Reuters
Ryan Fraser restored Ipswich Town's lead against Preston at Deepdale, 2-1 their advantage. Nahki Wells has put Huddersfield 1-0 ahead at Fulham . Charlie Austin claimed QPR's third goal as they lead bottom club Rotherham 3-1. Charlton lead Hull 1-0.
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"Riyad Mahrez cuts in from the right and the Spurs defenders were back pedaling the whole time. He just curls it into the far corner and Hugo Lloris had no chance. All the Leicester fans are off their seats. They can't believe the turnaround."Copyright: Reuters
"Really sloppy defending. When a team goes down to 10 men you just have to keep it tight defensively but Bournemouth were all over the place."
Quiet second halves in the Premier League, eh?
A mad, mad 10 minutes in the top flight. Modibo Maiga, off the bench, strokes in West Ham's third after a powerful, surging run through the middle. Can they? With 10 men?Copyright: Getty Images
"It's been all Crystal Palace but then after a great bit of skill from Adama Traore Aston Villa are level. But it's an unfortunate own goal from Pape Souare."
Brilliant. Absolutely brilliant.Riyad Mahrezcuts in and bends a stunning effort around Hugo Lloris. Leicester are level. Great drama.Copyright: Reuters
Callum Wilson steps up - hat-trick! What a day for the new boys.
And Carl Jenkinson has to go. Another red card for Slaven Bilic's team.Copyright: Getty Images
Max Gradel, into the box, clipped by Carl Jenkinson - penalty!
What a moment for the former MK Dons man! Dele Alli stoops to head Spurs ahead at the back post after a cross from the left squirms its way across the box. Alli looked suspiciously offside but he makes sure from close range.Copyright: Reuters
Leicester hand a debut to midfielder Gokhan Inler as we close in on full-time. Foxes shutting up shop?
That's unfortunate for Pape Souare, but let's not take anything away from Adama Traore.
Villa's new signing powers into the area and attempts to square the ball, but instead sees his pass deflected in by the unlucky Palace man.Copyright: Reuters
Good hands Costel Pantilimon. The Sunderland keeper palms away Bafetimbi Gomis's header from Jefferson Montero's cross.
Bournemouth put together a lovely flowing move to carve West Ham apart, but just as Marc Pugh is about to gallop clear the referee stops play to treat an injured Hammer in midfield. The away side are furious with the timing of the call.
Stoke seem to have weathered the Norwich storm and are seeing more of the ball themselves now. Anyone find a winner?
Now there is no disputing this goal. Jason Puncheon's corner ball finds the head of Scott Dann who powers in.
Palace manager Alan Pardew is jubilant on the touchline. The home fans raise the volume.Copyright: Reuters
They've just had a second drinks break of the match. It's a bit like the ol' refuelling in F1.Copyright: PA
"At last, Sunderland are showing a bit of character and fight for their supporters. Their goal was a typical Jermain Defoe effort, through the legs of the defender and into the bottom corner."Copyright: Getty Images
"Jermain Defoe has been the real spark for Sunderland today. He takes this goal really well, a brilliant diagonal run across the pitch and a lovely finish."
Have a look at how Jermain Defoe's equaliser went in for Sunderland.Copyright: Opta
So close for the hosts. Leicester winger Riyad Mahrez has been a box of tricks all game and he thumps the base of the post from a tight angle. Cracking effort.
Another drinks break - a chance to regroup?
"James McArthur is offside... eventually - the goal was originally given. Dwight Gayle's shot is miles off target and I think McArthur looks just offside. There must have been at least minute between the goal being given and the referee changing his mind."
Sunderland are denied. Midfielder Jack Rodwell's shot hits the arm of Swansea defender Ashley Williams but referee Neil Swarbrick waves away the appeals. No doubt they will analyse that on Match of the Day later.
LeadersLeyton Orientlead 3-2 atNewport. Yeovilhave fought back from two goals down to level 2-2 againstLuton. Kemar Roofe's fourth goal of the season from the penalty spot has levelled forOxfordatMansfield.Copyright: Getty Images
Brilliant goal, just what their play deserved. Bournemouth's front three combine as Max Gradel picks out Marc Pugh at the perfect time. Pugh is on the left of the box, calmly sells a dummy to the last man and curls a shot into the far corner. Right in front of the away fans too.Copyright: PA
Leaders Coventry have pulled a goal back through Jacob Murphy to trail 2-1 at neighbours Walsall . Fleetwood lead Colchester 3-0, Liam Kelly's penalty has put Oldham 1-0 up against Shrewsbury . Billy Sharp has put Sheffield United 1-0 ahead at home to Blackpool .
Bournemouth, brilliant to watch this afternoon. A real effervescence about their approach as they tee up half-time sub Marc Pugh on the edge of the D, he rifles in a swerving shot which Darren Randolph just about beats clear.
The best of Harry Kane. The England man has nothing on but manages to hold off two defenders, nutmeg a third and get a shot away. He was on the stretch as he made contact though and couldn't get the power he needed.Copyright: Reuters
Sunderland are back in it thanks to a lovely finish from Jermain Defoe. Jeremain Lens plays in Defoe who fires in an angled shot. Happy Ellis Short?Copyright: Getty Images
Great save again! Having Jack Butland in their back pocket made Stoke's decision to sell Asmir Begovic all the easier, and the youngster makes a belting one-hander to keep out Nathan Redmond's low shot.Copyright: Getty Images
What a minute. James McCarthur's goal is ruled offside after referee Keith Stroud consults his assistant. Gayle shot went in offf his team-mate who was ruled to have strayed offside.
"Cheikhou Kouyate‘s reaction is key here. Artur Boruc makes a good save but Kouyate‘s anticipation is brighter than the Bournemouth defence and he gets there for the goal."Copyright: Getty Images
Better from the hosts, who have been much improved after the break. Can they score though?
Neon yellow is so 2015-16.
Charlton lead Hull 1-0, QPR lead bottom club Rotherham 2-0 thanks to two goals from Tjaronn Chery, Bolton's search for a first goal this season continues after Gary Madine missed from the penalty spot against Nottingham Forest . It's 0-0 at the Macron Stadium.
"You have to fear for Bournemouth now. Two first-half goals should have been enough to win this, but they've conceded two goals early in the second-half and now they look like they could go on to lose this."Copyright: Getty Images
Double change for Stoke which perhaps illustrates the sort of players they have at their disposal now. Off go Marko Arnautovic and Ibrahim Afellay, on come Stephen Ireland and Joselu.
Stephen Ireland was the game-changer from the bench last week. Repeat/Copyright: PA
I'll have a half-time team talk from Slaven Bilic to go, please. Whatever the Croatian said to his troops at the break, it's certainly worked as the Hammers roar back to level it up. Diafra Sakho collects a throw-in on his chest, turns to shoot and Artur Boruc can only palm it out to a waiting Cheikhou Kouyate , who buries it, roof of the net.
The crowd - booing before the break - are buoyant.
So close to goal number two. Jonjo Shelvey's delivery into the area finds Ghana's Andre Ayew, whose header comes off the crossbar.
Unlucky Norwich! Well on top since the break, midfielder Graham Dorrans sees his low shot tuned on to the post by Jack Butland. Fine save.
"It's a definite penalty but Josh King just doesn't need to make a challenge there. With a 2-0 lead you just want to see the game off for 10 minutes after half-time.
"It was a ridiculous challenge from King, he dangles a loose leg. Bournemouth should be long gone."Copyright: Getty Images
"Why is Josh King in his own penalty area making challenges like that? There's just no need."
Nathan Redmond, excellent thus far this season, releases Cameron Jerome but he slides wide when he should have scored.
Seconds later Wes Hoolahan heads wide. Norwich on top.Copyright: Getty Images
The two substitutions combine to almost supply the opener.
Dwight Gayle feeds Jordon Mutch, who breaks down the right and squares the ball along the six-yard area to Bakary Sako at the back post. He just fails to get a connection from about two yards.
No nonsense, no mistake, Mark Noble, skipper for the second half after Kevin Nolan was hooked at the break, steers into the corner with an air of confidence. Game on.Copyright: Getty Images
Mark Noble tripped by Josh King... You can file that one under 'soft.' Toe on the ball?
Almost the perfect start to the second half for Spurs, as Nacer Chadli sprints in behind to meet Kyle Walker's through-pass but he shoots high into the side-netting. A tight angle, and a decent hit.
Dwight Gayle (formerly of 'Bristol City bid') and Jordon Mutch come on for Wilfried Zaha and Glenn Murray. The two to come off were doing quite well, we thought.Copyright: Getty Images
Leaders Leyton Orient have surrendered a two-goal lead to go in level at 2-2 against Newport . Unbeaten Cambridge are losing at home 1-0 to Crawley , and Portsmouth are also in danger of surrendering their unbeaten start, trailing Fleetwood 3-1 at Fratton Park. Luton lead 2-1 at winless Yeovil .