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Live Reporting

By Ben Collins

All times stated are UK

  1. Premier League games on Amazon

    Why are there Premier League games on at weird times this midweek? Why can't I find any in the TV guide? And will social media ruin goals for me?

    These are all valid questions. And we answer them for you here

  2. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    Tuesday night's games were the first to be shown by Amazon as part of the Premier League's latest broadcast package, making it the first time 'televised' Premier League games in the UK were not on a traditional TV channel.

    The kick-off times were staggered, so we had one half where we could flick between the two games.

    But on Wednesday night five games are kicking off at 19:30 GMT before the Merseyside derby from 20:15 GMT.

    Is anyone as excited as me? And how was the live streaming experience for you last night? Is it the sign of things to come?

  3. Eagles up to fifth

    Crystal Palace 1-0 Bournemouth

    Jeffrey Schlupp scores against Bournemouth

    Man City's win took them back to second in the Premier League and Crystal Palace went fifth with a home win against Bournemouth.

    The Eagles even went down to 10 men in the first half, with Mamadou Sakho sent off for a high challenge on Adam Smith, before Jeffrey Schlupp fired in a late winner after a superb run by the German.

  4. Jesus walks...

    Gabriel Jesus scores his first goal against Burnley

    And he's not a bad finisher too.

    With Sergio Aguero out injured, Gabriel Jesus will get a few games to lead the line for Manchester City.

    And the Brazilian stepped out to the plate on Tuesday night by scoring two goals to set City on course for a 4-1 win at Burnley.

    Calling the first goal a Christmas miracle would be a bit much but it was definitely a fine finish, with the 22-year-old striker curling a delicious effort inside the far post.

  5. Good morning

    Thanks for joining us for all the reaction to Tuesday night's Premier League action, which saw Manchester City get back to winning ways while 10-man Crystal Palace managed to beat Bournemouth.

    We'll also bring you updates before the rest of the midweek Premier League fixtures, which include the Merseyside derby at Anfield and Jose Mourinho's return to Old Trafford.