- Watch Final Score on this page for all the goals as they go in
- Mata and Martial goals for Man United against Watford
- Late McAuley goal as West Brom level against West Ham
- Sorry Sunderland 4-0 down - Gabbiadini double for Southampton
- Stoke win through Allen goal - Palace on course for eighth league loss in 11
- Middlesbrough v Everton goalless
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho says his side played "fabulous football" and were "phenomenal" during the first half of their 2-0 victory over Watford.
READ MORE: Manchester United 2-0 Watford
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Only Bournemouth (6) have conceded more goals in the 90th minute of Premier League games than West Ham this season (4).
Middlesbrough boss Aitor Karanka praises his side's performance in their 0-0 draw with Everton and says the stalemate was a "good result" against the in-form Toffees.
MATCH REPORT: Middlesbrough 0-0 Everton
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Manolo Gabbiadini became the 16th player to score three goals in his first two Premier League appearances, and the first since Zlatan Ibrahimovic in August.
The Italian was also just the second Southampton player to score in his first two Premier League games for the club, after Henri Camara in February 2005.
Sadio Mane has scored twice in two minutes to put Liverpool firmly in control at Anfield.
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It was a good afternoon for Swansea and Leicester in the end as the bottom three all lost. Swansea face Leicester tomorrow.
Sunderland midfielder Steven Pienaar: "That's a hard one to swallow. It's very disappointing after last week's performance. We wanted to build upon the momentum but I think we've let everyone down today. We wanted to win this game and build on last week, so it's very disappointing.
"When you are at home but you concede first it's always hard, and we went into the dressing room 2-0 down at half-time. The manager tried to change a few things but it didn't work.
"We have to keep working. We go back to the drawing board."
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West Ham boss Slaven Bilic: "The way we played makes me proud and happy. We should have, could have scored more but we scored enough to win the game.
"To concede like this, it is very frustrating.
"The decisions were big time against us, every one of them. It is hard for referees but when you are on the wrong side of all decisions it makes you very, very angry. The referee was very bad today.
"We should enjoy tonight but now we have that bitter taste in our mouths. We didn't deserve anything but a win tonight.
"To be fair I am already big time punished with what happened in the game. I don't think that I crossed the line, it was nothing personal. It was the fourth or fifth decision which went against us and it's hard to get over that without reacting."
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West Ham boss Slaven Bilic: "We played fantastic. First half we conceded the early goal and then we were good on the ball, they were dangerous on the counter but in the second half it was all us."
What was wrong today? "Everything. I am the first to say it is very hard for the referees with the pace of the game but this, you are on the wrong end of all the major decisions and there were more than a few. You can live with one, you can live with two but not all of them. I rate Michael Oliver, he knows that, but this was. I calmed myself down these last few years but now I can't get over this.
"This feeling is awful. The refereeing, nothing personal, was awful. I won't speak to him, what's the point? He knows I rate him which is why I even more don't understand today.
"It was all against us today. The goal for us was disallowed for offside. The feedback from my bench was that it was onside, when I told the linesman he said it was disallowed for a foul. I didn't ask him what for, we were not having a coffee and we won't have a coffee.
"I don't see why I should be punished. I am punished enough from my point of view."
Defeated Sunderland boss David Moyes: "We didn't play well, not as well as last week. We made some defensive mistakes.
"We had a great chance to maybe move out of the bottom three had the games gone for us, but unfortunately it didn't fall for us. Southampton themselves had fragile confidence, but they got a goal off their centre-forward's arm.
"We played OK without creating too many clear-cut opportunities, and the more attacking changes we made the worse we became. Southampton have this season mostly been very good, and they're certainly a very good passing team.
"This is a game gone and the games are running out. We have to win some if we have a hope of staying up, simple as that."
Sixth v second, the big game of the day is about to get going and you can follow it in full here.
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West Brom boss Tony Pulis: "Fair play to West Ham they changed the system and caught us out a bit. It was cat and mouse and an entertaining game for the supporters.
"There were lots of incidents where people were falling over today and Michael Oliver got most of them right.
"The players have played some smashing stuff at times. They kept fighting and fighting and never gave up. We have 13 games to go and we still need to try and get as many points as we can."
Former Arsenal defender on Final Score
Manchester United were just too good for Watford in the end. To my mind Juan Mata never gets the credit he deserves, and I was pleased too to see Martial get on the scoresheet - he's a young man I'm very excited about.
Crystal Palace defender James Tomkins: "We looked a lot more solid today but the ball didn't go in the back of the net.
"Stoke had one shot on target in the second half and scored but we can take positives from the game.
"We all need to stay positive. We all believe that we can pull together and get out of it. Nothing is going our way."
Former Arsenal defender on Final Score
There were problems at Crystal Palace before Sam Allardyce arrived, and Big Sam seems simply incapable of turning this around.
The manager, who's so experienced, needs to work hard to get the fear out of his side. But I just don't see it happening now.
Former Arsenal defender on Football Focus
Danny Rose being injured could affect Tottenham today, but their side is so full of quality. There's so much good about what they do.
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Norwich 5-1 Nottm Forest
Aston Villa 0-1 Ipswich
Derby 3-3 Bristol City
Fulham 3-2 Wigan
Leeds 0-2 Cardiff
Brighton 4-1 Burton
Preston 4-2 Brentford
QPR 1-2 Huddersfield
Reading 0-0 Barnsley
Rotherham 1-1 Blackburn
You can enjoy all the EFL reaction over on this page.
Saints midfielder Dusan Tadic: "We really needed this. We knew today was going to be tough and we knew we hard to be sharp. We're very happy to have won.
"Sunderland played well occasionally, and pushed us very hard in the first 15 minutes with their high energy. But we kept moving the ball quickly and when now we have Manolo Gabbiadini, a very good player who wants to play smart and work hard for the team. I'm happy he's scoring.
"We needed to show our character today, to regain our stability and win more matches."