Premier League Aston Villa 1-1 Bolton FT
Blackburn 1-1 Fulham FT
Everton 0-1 Newcastle FT
Stoke 1-1 West Ham FT
Tottenham 3-1 Wolves FT
West Brom 3-1 Birmingham FT
16.58: That's full-time everywhere. Everton still without a win as Newcastle hold out in a frantic final couple of minutes.
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16.56: How has he missed! Six yards out goal at his mercy Marouane Fellaini shoots over the bar. It is just not Everton's day.
16.53: I said he was good, Tim Krul pulls of a magnificent save to deny Yakubu in the dying moments.
16.49: GOAL! Tottenham 3-1 Wolves
A fluke but they all count. Alan Hutton charges down a Richard Stearman clearance and it comes straight back off him to loop past a helpless Marcus Hahnemann. He and the Spurs fans will not care though.
16.48: Newcastle looking much more comfortable at Everton with the home side failing to put the visitors under any sort of pressure.
16.46: Villa trying to press forward but they are relying too much on John Carew knock-downs, which are proving simple enough for Bolton to deal with.
Super sub: Roman Pavlyuchenko gives Spurs the lead late on at White Hart Lane
16.45: GOAL! Tottenham 2-1 Wolves
Heartbreak for Wolves, but Spurs have edged in front. Roman Pavlyuchenko showing an instinct for goal which Keane didn't have by sweeping home.
16.38: Fear not I have not forgot about Villa - Bolton and Rovers - Fulham.
Just there is nothing happening there. Cue a late twist?
16.36: Speaking penalties, Newcastle have just had a blatant one turned down.
Coleman scythes down Kevin Nolan who is absolutely furious. Nolan could have scored too, Everton are very lucky to have 11 still on the field.
16.33: GOAL! Tottenham 1-1 Wolves
Storming run from Alan Hutton ends when he taken out by Stephen Ward.
New boy Rafael Van der Vaart, scores from the spot non his home debut.
16.32: PENALTY (Tottenham)
16.31: Everton have woken up, and Newcastle are inviting attacks by dropping further back in to their half. Watch this space.
16.27: GOAL! West Brom 3-1 Birmingham
They are flying now! Jonas Olsson looks to have made it safe for the home side who are set for seven points from a possible nine at home.
16.25: That is it for Keane, Roman Pavlyuchenko is on, just 20 minutes to go.
16.22: Stalemate at Ewood Park remains that with no real action to speak of, likewise at Villa Park. Must be the Parks.
16.21: Changes not working for Everton they are still playing awful.
But they have had a penalty shout. Yakubu had his shirt pulled on a shot, which I have seen given in games from the past.
16.18: GOAL! West Brom 2-1 Birmingham
No doubt about this one. Peter Odemwingie is played on side by Lee Bowyer and from a difficult angle completes the comeback for Roberto Di Matteo's side.
16.17: I have a feeling today is a pivotal moment for the career of Robbie Keane.
He continues to waste chances and I just wonder if he fails to score today and Spurs lose, whether Harry Redknapp will finally lose his patience with the striker.
16.14: Newcastle remain in front against Everton who have brought on Yakubu for Beckford and Seamus Coleman for Tony Hibbert.
Bold from Moyes but they have not made a difference as of yet.
American hero: Clint Dempsey equalises for Fulham
16.12: GOAL! Blackburn 1-1 Fulham
They have done nothing up to this point, but Fulham have equalised with what is their first real attack.
New man Carlos Salcio sends in a delicious ball for Clint Dempsey to head home.
16.10: GOAL! West Brom 1-1 Birmingham
Confusion at the Hawthorns. It looks like Scott Dann has scored an own goal, but the announcer has gave it to Peter Odemwingie.
To be honest Baggies fan will not care they are back in it.
16.08: Scott Carson called in to action at the Hawthorns. Doing well to save a free-kick from Sebastian Larsson.
16.06: Spurs started off well in the second half, but Wolves are having none of it as their defence continues to stand firm. Jermaine Jenas expertly tackled by Jody Craddock after a dangerous run.
16.04: Second halves are underway.
15.56: But that is nothing compared to Everton. They are getting put to the sword by Newcastle and if it stays the same they will go second from bottom, despite playing some pretty good stuff this season.
15.53: Spurs well on top at White Hart Lane, but it's all pointless if you can not score.
Wolves won both games 1-0 last season as well, not looking good for the home side.
15.51: Last action of the halves that, as it's half-time all round.
15.45: GOAL! Everton 0-1 Newcastle
They have deserved it as well and what strike it is! Hatem Ben Arfa picks up a Wayne Routledge pass to hit a sizzler in to Tim Howard's net.
Sucker punch: Fletcher (left) shows wasteful Spurs strikers how it is done
15.45: GOAL! Tottenham 0-1 Wolves
Deja-vu for Spurs. Wolves have scored with their first attack. Steven Fletcher converting a Kevin Foley cross.
15.39: A sad sight to see. Spurs' once talismanic Robbie Keane just seems to hold the club back these days, as he completely scuffs a header from Bale's cross.
The 2006 spec Keane would have buried that.
15.38: Bolton should probably have a penalty too, Richard Dunne looking like he clips Johan Elmander just moments later but the home side survive.
15.34: GOAL! Aston Villa 1-1 Bolton
What will Bolton do when he eventually stops? Kevin Davies controls a Martin Petrov cross to swivel and strike home from close range. The man gets better with age.
15.33: Injury at Goodison. Steve Harper's day is over after he lands awkwardly on his shoulder after challenging Beckford for the ball.
Tim Krul, who is pretty handy between the sticks, comes on.
15.31: Still all Newcastle, Everton can't seem to string two passes together as the Toon Army continue to press forward.
Route one: Samba took advantage of a long ball from Paul Robinson to put Blackburn in front
15.29: GOAL! Blackburn 1-0 Fulham
Schwarzer looks like he is fouled by El-Hadji Diouf, but the goal is about as route one as it gets.
Paul Robinson punts the ball high and far up the field, with the next touch coming from Chris Samba who heads home.
15.27: Penalty shout at Ewood Park but it looks like the ref is right to ignore appeals.
El Hadji-Diouf leads a break for Rovers but he is stopped in his tracks by a perfectly timed Hangeland tackle in the box.
15.22: Spurs have gone close, Robbie Keane hounded out by the Wolves defence just as he looks like hitting in a rebound from Gareth Bale's shot.
15.20: Just the West Midland rivals doing the damage, chances coming in rations everywhere else.
15.16: Newcastle finding their feet at Goodison Park. Ben Arfa and Jose Enrique are linking up well but no chances as of yet.
Nice touch: Jerome guides Birmingham in to a 1-0 leas
15.16: GOAL! West Brom 0-1 Birmingham
A lovely move from City concludes with Liam Ridgewell heading across goal for Cameron Jerome to crash home.
15.13: GOAL! Aston Villa 1-0 Bolton
Told you. Ashley Young buries a free-kick from 25 yards out after being fouled by Fabrice Muamba.
Look who's in town: Gerard Houllier watches events at Villa Park
15.11: Quiet start so far, not just goals but any action at all.
(That usually kicks things in to life.)
15.07: What is it with the top keepers in this league at the moment? Mark Schwarzer is all over the place at Ewood Park, as from a long ball he is left stranded in no-mans land with Brede Hangeland bailing him out by clearing off the line.
Salmon like: Blackburn's Ryan Nelsen outjumps Clint Demsepy of Fulham
15.06: Everton have started like a train as they are camped inside Newcastle's half. They are probably still buzzing from the United game last week.
15.05: Rocky start from Fulham, Nikola Kalinic already causing troubles as his mazy run ends by being fouled just outside the box.
15.02: Away we go then.
14.58: Teams are out over the country, we are under starters orders.
14.55: For what it's worth here are my predictions for today:
Aston Villa 2-2 BoltonBlackburn 1-2 FulhamEverton 1-0 NewcastleTottenham 2-1 WolvesWest Brom 0-0 Birmingham
14.52: If there was one thing that has grabbed everyone's attention this week, it has been the amount of injuries we have seen lately.
Bobby Zamora and Antonio Valencia both suffered serious injuries through innocent enough challenges.
So what is causing this? You can email me on the above address to tell me your views, and you can also read Colin Young's piece on the subject by clicking here.
14.45: For more previews why not click here for Andy Townsend's boot room to check out his verdicts on this weekend's matches.
14.41: Ryan Nelsen and Michel Salgado are also passed fit to start for Blackburn.
While at Goodison Park, Jermaine Beckford starts for the Toffees where the visitors Newcastle give starts to Cheik Tiote and Hatem Ben Arfa.
Sol Campbell is on the bench.
14.39 The highlight from White Hart Lane is Rafael Van der Vaart is passed fit and will make his home debut for the club. Robbie Keane also gets his first start of the season.
14.38: And here is the news from White Hart Lane.
Tottenham v WolverhamptonTottenham: Cudicini, Kaboul, King, Gallas, Assou-Ekotto, Van der Vaart, Huddlestone, Jenas, Bale, Crouch, Keane. Subs: Pletikosa, Hutton, Bassong, Kranjcar, Palacios, Lennon, Pavlyuchenko. Wolverhampton: Hahnemann, Foley, Stearman, Craddock, Mancienne, Ward, Henry, David Jones, Jarvis, Doyle, Fletcher. Subs: Hennessey, Van Damme, Elokobi, Edwards, Ebanks-Blake, Bent, Guedioura.Referee: Michael Jones (Cheshire)
14.36: Final score at the Britannia. West Ham grab their first point of the season in the absence of Avram Grant as the Hammers secure a 1-1 draw at Stoke.
14.35: Just waiting for some team news at White hart Lane, but here is the rest of the lineups:
Blackburn v FulhamBlackburn: Robinson, Salgado, Samba, Nelsen, Givet, Grella,Jones, Mame Diouf, Pedersen, El-Hadji Diouf, Kalinic. Subs: Bunn, Emerton, Linganzi, Nzonzi, Mwaruwari, Hoilett, Chimbonda.Fulham: Schwarzer, Kelly, Hughes, Hangeland, Salcido, Duff, Etuhu, Murphy, Davies, Dempsey, Dembele. Subs: Etheridge, Pantsil, Baird, Gera, Riise, Eddie Johnson, Greening.Referee: Anthony Taylor (Cheshire)Everton v NewcastleEverton: Howard, Hibbert, Jagielka, Distin, Baines, Osman, Arteta, Heitinga, Pienaar, Fellaini, Beckford. Subs: Mucha, Bilyaletdinov, Neville, Gueye, Yakubu, Coleman, Barkley.Newcastle: Harper, Perch, Coloccini, Williamson, Jose Enrique, Routledge, Tiote, Barton, Ben Arfa, Nolan, Carroll. Subs: Krul, Campbell, Lovenkrands, Ryan Taylor, Smith, Gutierrez, Ameobi.Referee: Andre Marriner (W Midlands)West Brom v BirminghamWest Brom: Carson, Jara, Olsson, Tamas, Shorey, Thomas, Scharner, Mulumbu, Brunt, Odemwingie, Fortune. Subs: Myhill, Tchoyi, Pablo, Barnes, Bednar, Reid, Dorrans.Birmingham: Foster, Carr, Johnson, Dann, Ridgewell, Larsson, Gardner, Ferguson, Bowyer, Hleb, Jerome. Subs: Taylor, Murphy, Derbyshire, Michel, Fahey, Zigic, Beausejour.Referee: Chris Foy (Merseyside)Aston Villa v BoltonAston Villa: Friedel, Luke Young, Collins, Dunne, Warnock, Petrov, Albrighton, Ireland, Downing, Ashley Young, Agbonlahor. Subs: Guzan, Carew, Heskey, Reo-Coker, Clark, Cuellar, Bannan.Bolton: Bogdan, Steinsson, Knight, Andrew O'Brien, Robinson, Petrov, Muamba, Holden, Lee, Kevin Davies, Elmander. Subs: Lainton, Taylor, Mark Davies, Klasnic, Ricketts, Moreno, Blake.Referee: Mike Dean (Wirral)
14.30: The summer may be coming to an end, but in its place the Premier League is just starting to heat up as the table starts to take shape.
Just the five games playing at the traditional kick-off time of 3pm, although the top four are not in action then there are some interesting sub plots.
Caretaker boss Kevin MacDonald takes charge of Aston Villa one more time before he hands the ropes to Gerard Houllier as they host Bolton Wanderers.
Blackburn have not won since the opening day of the season and today Fulham come to town who remain unbeaten under Mark Hughes this season.
Everton are still looking for their first win of the and recent matches suggest they are getting closer.
But today's opponents Newcastle have been inconsistent and it all depends which United side turn up. The Toon Army that beat Villa 6-0 or the Loony Toons that lost 2-0 against Blackpool
Tottenham have not won at home this season and are up against a Wolves who did the league double over them last season, but can Wolves bounce back from defeat at Fulham last week?
Last but not least, Alex McLeish will hope to celebrate his new contract at Birmingham with victory at West Brom. But the Baggies have looked good at home and are unbeaten in their two games thus far.
Just over five minutes left at the Britannia stadium, where it's Stoke 1-1 West Ham and you can follow our live coverage of that match by clicking here.
As usual team news on the way.
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