WATCH: LEICESTER 2-3 LIVERPOOL
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WATCH: SOUTHAMPTON 0-1 MAN UTD
WATCH: EVERTON 2-1 BOURNEMOUTH
WATCH: WEST HAM 2-3 TOTTENHAM
WATCH: SWANSEA 1-2 WATFORD
WATCH: BURNLEY 0-0 HUDDERSFIELD
Right then, that's all for Saturday's Premier League action. A solid day's work for Man City, Man United, Chelsea, Tottenham AND Liverpool, while Everton got a much-needed win against Bournemouth.
Another day to forget for Palace, while Swansea's wait for a home win goes on... Join us tomorrow for Brighton v Newcastle - see you then!
UTD SEEK CCTV OVER LUKAKU CHANTS
Manchester United have asked for CCTV footage in order to identify fans chanting a controversial song about Romelu Lukaku.
United last week said they were seeking advice on the Lukaku chant after it was described as "racist" by anti-discrimination body, Kick It Out.
Lukaku insisted United fans "meant well with their songs" but urged supporters to move on from the chant ahead of the game against Southampton on Saturday, where the song was again heard from sections of the United support, before reports of a second chant of "we're Manchester United, we'll sing what we want".
BRIGHTON'S SECRET WEAPON?
We take a look at the impact of Pascal Gross ahead of Brighton's Nissan Super Sunday clash with Newcastle at the Amex Stadium...
Brighton paid just £3m to sign the midfielder from German side Ingolstadt in the summer. After two goals and two assists in five appearances, it already looks like a shrewd piece of business.
So what exactly has Gross brought to Chris Hughton's side? We break down the strengths of a player being heralded as one of the bargain signings of the transfer window.
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Will Chris Hughton finally beat Rafa Benitez?
Premier League new boys Brighton and Newcastle renew their rivalry from the Sky Bet Championship title race on Super Sunday.
Hughton has failed to win any of his six managerial games against his former club Newcastle, and has lost all three managerial meetings with Benitez.
Watch Brighton v Newcastle live on Sky Sports Main Event from 3.30pm tomorrow
CITY ON TOP
Goal difference divides the top two, and it's the blue side of Manchester who sit top of the tree after breezing to a 5-0 win over Palace, while Man Utd ran out narrow 1-0 winners at Southampton.
Here's how the bottom half of the Premier League table looks on Saturday evening. Miserable reading for Palace fans, while Everton will be boosted by that timely win over struggling Bournemouth.
Matt Le Tissier says Alvaro Morata was really impressive and showed every attribute a top striker needs during Chelsea's 4-0 win at Stoke.
MAN UTD TALKING POINTS
Nick Wright rounds up the talking points from Manchester United's 1-0 win over Southampton at St Mary's Stadium.
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THOMMO: CITY WEREN'T SHARP
Phil Thompson agrees with Pep Guardiola that Manchester City were not at their sharpest, despite beating Crystal Palace 5-0...
LEICESTER 2-3 LIVERPOOL
FT: Cracking game as Liverpool were made to sweat to hold on. This win breaks a run of four games without a win but they were indebted to Simon Mignolet, who saved a Jamie Vardy penalty with 20 minutes remaining. Philippe Coutinho scored a stunner in the first-half and looks back to his best. You can see how much this wins means to Klopp - he looks fired up at full-time celebrating with his fans and players. Stay tuned for highlights.
90: FIVE MINUTES ADDED ON!
MERSE ON HUDDERSFIELD
Paul Merson says Huddersfield boss David Wagner should be happy with a point at Burnley.
84: SHOT! Liverpool certainly not shutting up shop. They want the fourth. Wijnaldum drives forward and moves the ball onto his right. He tries his luck from 20 yards but it fizzes wide of the far post.
LEICESTER 2-3 LIVERPOOL
PENALTY APPEAL...NOT GIVEN!! Still Leicester knock on the door. Gray dribbles down the right wing and chips a ball into the middle. Can makes a block. The ball hits his arm, which is at an awkward angle....the home fans wants ANOTHER penalty but Antony Taylor says no. Looked a good shout.
NICHOLAS SLAMS SWANS
Charlie Nicholas says Swansea made endless mistakes during their 2-1 defeat to Watford.
PENALTY TO LEICESTER! VARDY FOULED BY MIGNOLET!
The Liverpool keeper saves it!!
A quite breathless five minutes culminates in Mignolet denying the Leicester striker. He stays down the middle and Vardy smashes it straight at him. Obviously done his research the Liverpool goalkeeper. Great stop.
GOAL!! LEICESTER 2-3 LIVERPOOL (Vardy, 68)
Leicester hit back immediately. Jamie Vardy loves playing Liverpool. This is all about Gray. He smacks a wonderful attempt from a tight angle that Mignolet claws to safety...but only to Vardy, who heads home from close range. Two goals in 90 seconds.
GOAL!! LEICESTER 1-3 LIVERPOOL (Henderson, 67)
The skipper delivers! Vardy nearly sneaks in down the channel at one end, but Matip crowds him out. From there, Liverpool hit on the counter. It's a four on three and Sturridge makes the right pass. Henderson sets himself and rolls home. Big goal for the visitors.
HUGHES WE MADE CATASTROPHIC
Stoke boss Mark Hughes said that errors cost his side in their 4-0 defeat to Chelsea but added that Alvaro Morata had an excellent day for the champions.
LEICESTER 1-2 LIVERPOOL
64: Leicester are going more direct where possible now. They win a free-kick about 40 yards out and send the big boys up. Morgan wins the second ball inside the area but is penalised for a foul.
65: SUB! Sturridge replaces Firmino.
HODGSON: FOCUSSED ON LONG TERM
Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson says there is no point in crying over a tough fixture list and hopes his side will improve in the long term after a 5-0 defeat to Manchester City.
CONTE: IT WASN'T EASY
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte says that their 4-0 win at Stoke wasn't easy despite the scoreline, adding that his side must rest ahead of another busy week.
56: CHANCE!! Liverpool win a corner. Coutinho whips in a tasty delivery and Lovren battles with Maguire. He looks to have got the better of the Leicester man but he header is well off target. Lovren is fuming with the referee as he feels he was fouled. He gets a booking for his troubles.
HOWE: OUR BEST DISPLAY OF THE SEASON
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe took heart from his side's performance despite losing at Everton, labelling it their best of the season so far.
47: SHOT!! Liverpool work the ball down the right. A ball finds Coutinho lurking at the back post and he takes on the first-time volley. He controls the shot well but it's straight at the goalkeeper.
MORE PALACE WOE
Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson has just confirmed that club-record signing Christian Benteke suffered knee-ligament damage in his side's 5-0 loss at Man City this afternoon.
“Benteke's not well," Hodgson told the club's official website. "We think it's a form of
ligament damage, but not sure how bad. He'll have a scan tomorrow. Won't play against United.”
45: We are back. Cliche alert - the next goal is massive. Liverpool have started brightly.....
CLUTCHING AT THIN AIR
PIC! Leicester 'keeper Kasper Schmeichel was powerless to prevent Philippe Coutinho's 30-yard free kick from finding the back of the net in the first half at the King Power.
KOEMAN: NIASSE MADE THE DIFFERENCE
Everton boss Ronald Koeman paid tribute to match winner Oumar Niasse after he scored twice in their win over Bournemouth and added that it was a good decision to change the system.
HT: He's back! Coutinho stole the show here with a trademark free-kick from 30 yards. It was a stunner. That was Liverpool's second after Salah had headed them in front. They've been clinical and deserve their lead, but have made life much harder for themselves, conceding that late Okazaki goal. All to play for in the second period.
PELLEGRINO: WE ALLOWED THEM TO COUNTER
Southampton boss Mauricio Pellegrino felt his side played well in their defeat to Manchester United, but said that efficiency up front proved to be the difference.
GOAL!! LEICESTER 1-2 LIVERPOOL (Okazaki, 45+3)
What a half! Leicester are back in it as Liverpool's set-piece woes come back to haunt them. Mignolet had to be alert to push over a Vardy header but Leicester score from the resulting corner. Mignolet comes and makes a flaky punch, it hits Gomez and dribbles towards the goal-line. Okazaki is there to poke it home from a yard out. Liverpool want a foul on their goalkeeper, but nothing given. Game on.
SILVA: PLAYERS NEVER LOST BELIEF
Watford boss Marco Silva felt his side controlled the first half during their win over Swansea and says the victory shows his players never lose belief and focus.
LEICESTER 0-2 LIVERPOOL
43: CHANCE!! Liverpool break. Firmino finds space inside the area down the left and strikes a right-footed effort towards the far post. Coutinho is charging in but can't quite get a touch. The ball flies two yards wide.
40: CONTROVERSY! Okazaki puts the ball in the net...but it's chalked off for offside. A free-kick is knocked down by Maguire into the path of Okazaki, who was five yards offside from the original ball but level from Maguire's touch. He hammers it home, but the linesman flag cuts short the celebrations.
Tough on Leicester - although on second viewing, the lino may have flagged for Maguire being offside, which looked a correct call.
CLEMENT: WE HAVE TO BE BETTER
Swansea boss Paul Clement was unhappy with his side's performance over the 90 minutes as they lost 2-1 to Watford, saying they gifted their opponents two goals.
38: It's been a turbulent few months for the Brazilian - but he's back doing what he does best. Has bossed this game.
36: SHOT! First attacking signs from Chilwell, who receives a bouncing ball from Albrighton. He thumps a half-volley from a tight angle towards goal but Mignolet gets down quickly to grab and hold on.
PEP: WE DIDN'T MOVE THE BALL
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola felt his side were not sharp enough, despite beating Crystal Palace 5-0.
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