Watford v Chelsea, Aston Villa v Man City: Premier League clockwatch - as it happened

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10.36pm GMT

Match report: Watford 1-2 Chelsea

Premier League: Chelsea took the points that keep them top in a match that was overshadowed by a lengthy delay so a now medically stable fan could receive medical assistance treatment after going into cardiac arrest. Nick AMes reports from Vicarage Road ...

Related: Chelsea’s win against Watford overshadowed by emergency in stands

Updated at 10.36pm GMT

10.32pm GMT

Match report: Aston Villa 1-2 Manchester City

Premier League: “Manchester City’s sixth consecutive victory derived from a scintillating Bernardo Silva goal that oozed quality from start to finish,” writes Jamie Jackson from Villa Park.

Related: Manchester City’s Bernardo Silva hands first defeat to Gerrard at Aston Villa

10.27pm GMT

Match report: Wolves 0-0 Burnley

Premier League: Wolves were the better side but couldn’t convert their chances on a frustrating night for the hosts at Molineux. Peter Lansley reports ...

Related: Wolves and Adama Traoré left frustrated by Burnley in stalemate

10.25pm GMT

Match report: West Ham 1-1 Brighton

Premier League: Neal Maupay cancelled out Tomas Soucek’s opener with a sublime late bicycle-kick and Jacob Steinberg was at the London Stadium to see it.

Related: Neal Maupay stunner gives Brighton just rewards and frustrates West Ham

10.23pm GMT

Match report: Southampton 2-2 Leicester City

Premier League: “Jamie Vardy squandered a golden chance to win the game for Leicester City but ultimately it was a night when familiar failings put paid to any hopes of earning victory at Southampton,” writes Ben Fisher from St Mary’s.

Related: James Maddison’s clinical finish earns Leicester a point at Southampton

10.20pm GMT

Match report: Everton 1-4 Liverpool

Premier League: “It was everything Everton had feared and Liverpool desired on their return to the stadium where the fault-lines first appeared in their title defence last season,” writes Andy Hunter from Goodison Park.

Related: Brilliance of Mohamed Salah sweeps Liverpool past Everton in derby

10.16pm GMT

Premier League results

On a night of staggered kick-offs and unforeseen but unavoidable delays, here are your Premier League final scores. It’s as you were at the top of the table, with Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool all winning.

  • Southampton 2-2 Leicester
  • Watford 1-2 Chelsea
  • West Ham 1-1 Brighton
  • Wolves 0-0 Burnley
  • Aston Villa 1-2 Manchester City
  • Everton 1-4 Liverpool
  • View the Premier League table

10.11pm GMT

Full time: Aston Villa 1-2 Manchester City

Premier League: Manchester City emerged victorious by the odd goal of three despite a spirited second half fightback from their hosts.

10.09pm GMT

Full time: Everton 1-4 Liverpool

Premier League: Liverpool can’t stop scoring while Everton have taken just two points from the past 24 available.

10.04pm GMT

Full time: Watford 1-2 Chelsea

Premier League: Chelsea take the points from a game that was interrupted for half an hour when a spectator had Vicarage Road went into cardiac arrest during the first half. The fan in question was hospitalised after receiving emergency medical treatment in the stand and is reported to be in a stable condition.

10.02pm GMT

Aston Villa 1-2 Manchester City: Jack Grealish enters the fray to a chorus of loud boos (and some applause) from Aston Villa fans moments after Tyrone Mings had skimmed a downward header harmlessly wide. That’s a weird reaction from those Villa fans, booing a former player and fan of the club that sold him for £100m during the summer.
Manchester City’s Jack Grealish is closely marked by some of his former Aston Villa teammates. Photograph: Nick Potts/PA

Updated at 10.18pm GMT

9.58pm GMT

Match report: Wolves 0-0 Burnley

Premier League: “Wolves could have gone fifth in the Premier League if they had converted their dominance into victory but only scoring once in their past four matches balances the perspective of where Bruno Lage’s team are in their development,” writes Peter Lansley from Molineux.

Related: Wolves and Adama Traoré left frustrated by Burnley in stalemate

9.54pm GMT

GOAL! Everton 1-4 Liverpool (Jota 79)

Premier League: From the edge of the six-yard box, Diogo Jota sends the ball into the roof of Jordan Pickford’s net after a nifty bit of footwork to create space for the shot.

9.51pm GMT

Aston Villa 1-2 Manchester City: On for Matt Targett, Carney Chukwuemeka runs on to a through ball and finds himself in a one-on-one with Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson, who receives the congratulations of several team-mates after saving superbly from the youngster who should have scored but didn’t do a great deal wrong. Excellent goalkeeping.

9.48pm GMT

Watford 1-2 Chelsea: More on that Hakim Ziyech goal. He converted a low cross from Mason Mount with his first touch and has just gone close again with a downward header that didn’t particularly trouble Watford goalkeeper Daniel Bachmann.

9.45pm GMT

Aston Villa 1-2 Manchester City: Steven Gerrard has got a great reaction from his half-time address to his Villa players, while Jack Grealish was actually booed by some fans of his former club as he warmed up on the touchline. He hasn’t come on yet.

9.43pm GMT

Scottish Premiership results

9.41pm GMT

GOAL! Everton 1-3 Liverpool (Salah 64)

Premier League: Mo Salah restores Liverpool’s two-goal cushion in the Merseyside derby. Find out how with Scott Murray ...

Related: Everton v Liverpool: Premier League – live!

9.39pm GMT

GOAL! Watford 1-2 Chelsea (Ziyech 72)

Premier League: Hakim Ziyech puts Chelsea ahead in the delayed game at Vicarage Road.
Chelsea’s Hakim Ziyech (centre) goes over to celebrates his goal with Mason Mount. Photograph: David Klein/Reuters

Updated at 9.50pm GMT

9.38pm GMT

Full time: Southampton 2-2 Leicester City

Premier League: An entertaining match that could easily have gone either way finishes all square at St Mary’s. Southampton took the lead twice but were pegged back on both occasions by Leicester City.

9.35pm GMT

Southampton 2-2 Leicester City: We’re in the third of five minutes of added time at St Mary’s which the match very finally poised.

Everton 1-2 Liverpool: Anthony Gordon is on for Everton, replacing the injured Salomon Rondon ... who has been playing instead of the injured Dominic Calvert-Lewin. That’s a blow, even if the man from Venezuela has struggled to find the net.

Updated at 9.55pm GMT

9.31pm GMT

Scottish Premiership: Kemar Roofe puts Rangers ahead at Hibernian with a goal from the penalty spot after 85 minutes. It’s 1-0 to the reigning champions.

9.29pm GMT

Full time: West Ham 1-1 Brighton

Premier League: Brighton were the better side but needed a late Goal of the Season contender from Neal Maupay to secure a point.
Brighton’s manager Graham Potter (right) celebrates with goalscorer Neal Maupay and Yves Bissouma (right) celebrate after snatching a point. Photograph: Ian Walton/AP

Updated at 10.00pm GMT

9.28pm GMT

Full time: Wolves 0-0 Burnley

Premier League: It’s a point gained for Burnley and two dropped by Wolves, who were dominant but couldn’t score at Molineux.

9.26pm GMT

Watford 1-1 Chelsea: In the Chelsea goal, Edouard Mendy dashes out of his penalty area to thwart Tom Cleverley.

9.22pm GMT

GOAL! Aston Villa 1-2 Manchester City (Watkins 47)

Premier League: Ollie Watkins runs on to a Douglas Luiz pass and sidefoots in off the upright to pull a goal back for Villa.
Aston Villa’s Ollie Watkins sticks the ball home and gets the home side back into the game. Photograph: Bradley Collyer/PA
Watkins celebrates his goal. Photograph: Bradley Collyer/PA

Updated at 9.30pm GMT

9.20pm GMT

GOAL! West Ham 1-1 Brighton (Maupay 89)

Premier League: Neal Maupay holds off Craig Dawson to equalise for Brighton with a splendid bicycle kick, converting a terrific cross from Tariq Lamptey. His splendid strikes survives a VAR check but he gets booked for his over-exuberant celebrations.
Neal Maupay puts the Seagulls level in spectacular fashion. Photograph: Peter Cziborra/Action Images/Reuters
Maupay is rather pleased with such a fantastic finish. Photograph: Alex Pantling/Getty Images
Brighton’s Neal Maupay celebrates scoring their equaliser with fans. Photograph: Peter Cziborra/Action Images/Reuters

Updated at 9.27pm GMT

9.18pm GMT

Scottish Premiership: Aberdeen double their lead against 10-man Livingston, with David Bates scoring their second of the evening on 75 minutes.

9.15pm GMT

Watford 1-1 Chelsea: Making a rare start for Chelsea, Saul Niguez suffers the indignity of being replaced at half-time. Again. Thiago Silva replaces him.

9.12pm GMT

West Ham 1-0 Brighton: Michail Antonio tees up Declan Rice on the edge of the Brighton penalty area but his shot is saved by Robert Sanchez.

9.11pm GMT

Watford 1-1 Chelsea: The fan who suffered cardiac arrest during the first half of the game, prompting a delay of 30 minutes or so, is reported to be in a stable condition, presumably in the hospital that is very close to Vicarage Road.

9.07pm GMT

Premier League half-times: Aston Villa 0-2 Manchester City, Everton 1-2 Liverpool.

9.03pm GMT

Scottish Premiership: Livingston’s Jackson Longridge is sent off after picking up his second booking. The 10 men he leaves behind trail Aberdeen by the only goal of the game.

9.01pm GMT

West Ham 1-0 Brighton: Adam Lallana misses a glorious scoring opportunity and his Brighton side are still a goal in arrears.

9.00pm GMT

GOAL! Aston Villa 0-2 Manchester City (Silva 43)

Premier League: Bernardo Silva scores on the volley from a Gabriel Jesus cross as City sweep forward on the counter from a Villa corner. That’s a cracking goal!
Manchester City’s Bernardo Silva celebrates scoring the second goal of the game. Photograph: Bradley Collyer/PA Images

Updated at 9.18pm GMT

8.59pm GMT

Leicester City 2-2 Southampton: A worrying sight for Leicester City fans as James Maddison goes down and then walks gingerly to the touchline rubbing his right hip/buttock after shipping a knock. He’s all smiles, so it doesn’t look too serious.

8.57pm GMT

Premier League: Following an interrupted first half at Vicarage Road, the players leave the field again, on this occasion for the half-time interval.

8.56pm GMT

GOAL! Everton 1-2 Liverpool (Gray 38)

Premier League: Demarai Gray makes it “game on” at Goodison Park. Scott Murray has the latest ...

Related: Everton v Liverpool: Premier League – live!

8.54pm GMT

Southampton 2-2 Leicester City: Leicester City win a free-kick wide on the right and James Maddison’s delivery is superb. Vardy connect but sends the ball over the bar.

8.53pm GMT

GOAL! Southampton 2-2 Leicester City (Maddison 49)

Premier League: James Maddison pulls a low right-footed shot from a tight angle just inside the near post. Could ALex Mccarthy have done better in the Southampton goal? I’d need to see it again.
Leicester City’s James Maddison (second left) scores his team’s second goal and gets the visitors back on level terms. Photograph: Glyn Kirk/AFP/Getty Images

Updated at 9.07pm GMT

8.51pm GMT

Wolves 0-0 Burnley: Chris Wood has been subbed off by Sean Dyche just after the hour mark at Molineux. He’s not best pleased and makes a comment on his way to the bench that doesn’t seem to go down too well with his boss.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche (left) has a few words with Chris Wood after he is substituted. Photograph: Zac Goodwin/PA

Updated at 9.09pm GMT

8.49pm GMT

Southampton 2-1 Leicester City: The second half is under way at St Mary’s following a delay due to a medical emergency in the stands. Sky Sports are reporting that the fan who needed attention is consious and communicative, which is good news.

8.48pm GMT

GOAL! Watford 1-1 Chelsea (Dennis 43)

Premier League: It’s coming up to half-time in the delayed game at Vicarage Road, where Emmanuel Dennis has just equalised for the hosts.
Watford’s Emmanuel Dennis scores their equaliser. Photograph: David Klein/Reuters
Then celebrates. Photograph: Richard Heathcote/Getty Images

Updated at 9.06pm GMT

8.46pm GMT

GOAL! Aston Villa 0-1 Manchester City (Dias 27)

Premier League: Manchester City have been completely dominant against Villa and their good work is rewarded. Ruben Dias puts them in front with his first goal of the season. His shot from distance took a deflection off Leon Bailey that left Emi Martinez with no chance in the Villa goal.
Ruben Dias of Manchester City thunks home the opening goal of the game. Photograph: Shaun Botterill/Getty Images
Then celebrates. Photograph: Bradley Collyer/PA

Updated at 9.19pm GMT

8.44pm GMT

VAR! West Ham 1-0 Brighton

Premier League: West Ham’s second “goal” is choked off and to be completely honest, I’m not really sure why. It’s either a foul by Craig Dawson, an offside ... or something else. I’m going with an offside shout against Michail Antonio.

8.42pm GMT

GOAL! West Ham 2-0 Brighton (Duffy 48og)

Premier League: West Ham double their lead but there’s a VAR check. Robert Sanchez dealt horribly with a corner and in a pile of legs and arms the ball bounced in off Michail Antonio or Shane Duffy.

8.40pm GMT

Southampton 2-1 Leciester City: Oh dear. The start of the second half at St Mary’s has been delayed because of a medical emergency in the stands. Following the alarming news from Vicarage Road earlier, we obviously wish whoever has taken ill at this game well too.

8.37pm GMT

GOAL! Everton 0-2 Liverpool (Salah 19)

Premier League: Everton fans are already heading for the Goodison Park exits as their side go two goals down against Liverpool. Ouch. find out what sent them back to the warmth of the pub with Scott Murray ...

Related: Everton v Liverpool: Premier League – live!

8.34pm GMT

GOAL! Watford 0-1 Chelsea (Mount 29)

Premier League: Mason Mount puts Chelsea ahead against Watford in the delayed game at Vicarage Road. Teed up by Kai Havertz, Mount slots home to finish a well-worked move from the visitors after a poor collective start.
Chelsea’s Mason Mount scores their first goal. Photograph: Paul Childs/Action Images/Reuters
Here’s the view of the finish from the other end of the pitch. Photograph: Marc Atkins/Getty Images

Updated at 8.52pm GMT

8.32pm GMT

Everton 0-1 Liverpool: After good work from Diogo Jota, Trent Alexander-Arnold arrows the ball towards the top corner from a pull-back. Jordan Pickford flies across his goal to put the ball out for a corner.

8.31pm GMT

Scottish Premiership: It’s Dundee 1-0 St Johnstone as they approach half-time at Dens Park. Daniel Mullen got the goal for the hosts.

8.27pm GMT

GOAL! Everton 0-1 Liverpool (Henderson 9)

Premier League: Jordan Henderson opens the scoring for Liverpool before the 10-minute mark at Goodison Park. Read all about it with Scott Murray ...

Related: Everton v Liverpool: Premier League – live!

8.26pm GMT

Aston Villa 0-0 Manchester City: Manchester City have had 88% possession after nine minutes of play at Villa Park.

8.25pm GMT

Everton 0-0 Liverpool: It’s a frantic start at Goodison Park, where Mo Salah brings a fine right-handed save out of the diving Jordan Pickford, who is wearing an alarming amount of hair gel.

8.23pm GMT

Premier League latest

  • Southampton 2-1 Leicester (half-time)
  • Watford 0-0 Chelsea (latest)
  • West Ham 1-0 Brighton (half-time)
  • Wolves 0-0 Burnley (half-time)
  • Aston Villa 0-0 Manchester City (latest)
  • Everton 0-0 Liverpool (latest)

8.19pm GMT

Premier League: With the half-time whistles peeping or about to be blown in three of our four early kick-offs, play begins at both Villa Park and Goodison Park. You can follow the Merseyside derby with Scott Murray ...

Related: Everton v Liverpool: Premier League – live!

8.16pm GMT

This, from the Watford Twitter account. Of course we echo their sentiments and wish the stricken fan all the very best.

8.13pm GMT

Scottish Premiership: Aberdeen go a goal up against Livingston in one of four top flight games being played in Scotland tonight. Ryan Hedges with the goal at Pittodrie.

8.10pm GMT

West Ham 1-0 Brighton: Jakub Moder picks up a wonderful pass from Neal Maupay but is thwarted by West Ham goalkeeper Lucasz Fabianski, who saves his low drive splendidly.
West Ham United’s Lukasz Fabianski makes a save from Brighton & Hove Albion’s Jakub Moder. Photograph: Hannah McKay/Reuters

Updated at 8.38pm GMT

8.09pm GMT

Watford 0-0 Chelsea: After a 22-minute delay for a medical emergency in one of the stands, the players are back out for a brief warm-up. I have no further information on what exactly happened to prompt the delay but will bring any news as it comes in. Our thoughts are with whoever it was that required treatment.

8.07pm GMT

West Ham 1-0 Brighton: Adam Webster is the second Brighton player to have been forced off by injury in the first half of their game against West Ham. He’s replaced by Shane Duffy.

8.05pm GMT

GOAL! Southampton 2-1 Leicester City (Adams 34)

Premier League: Che Adams has restored Southampton’s lead at St Mary’s, diving between defenders to head home a Nathan Redmond cross from the right.
Southampton’s Che Adams heads the home side back in front. Photograph: Andrew Matthews/PA Images

Updated at 8.15pm GMT

8.03pm GMT

Wolves 0-0 Burnley: Adama Traore hits the bar with a shot on the counter as Wolves break upfield. Moments previously, Romain Saiss whacked the ball out of play for a corner, accidentally hitting an unfortunate female fan in the face. She has a bloody nose and her young child is in tears but it doesn’t seem too serious. The physios are behind the goal looking after her and hopefully she’ll be OK.

8.00pm GMT

Watford 0-0 Chelsea: Play has yet to resume at Vicarage Road, where there has been a medical emergency in the crowd.

7.59pm GMT

West Ham 1-0 Brighton: Vladimir Coufal crosses to the far post, Michail Antonio heads across the face of goal and Pablo Fornals thumps the ball off the cross-bar. It bounces down but doesn’t cross the line. Inches!
Pablo Fornals of West Ham thwacks a shot goalwards ... Photograph: Ian Kington/AFP/Getty Images
But it thumps against the bar. Photograph: Simon Dael/Shutterstock

Updated at 8.13pm GMT

7.57pm GMT

Southampton 1-1 Leicester City: McCarthy does better this time, getting down at his right post to save from a James Maddison drive that looked to be going wide.

7.55pm GMT

GOAL! Southampton 1-1 Leciester City (Evans 22)

Premier League: Jonny Evans fires home on the follow-up for Leicester City after Alex McCarthy spilled a low, long range effort from Wilfred Ndidi after good work down the inside right by James Maddison.
Jonny Evans gets the Foxes back on level terms. Photograph: James Marsh/Shutterstock

Updated at 8.06pm GMT

7.52pm GMT

West Ham 1-0 Brighton: Solly March is already on for Brighton, replacing the injured Jeremy Sarmiento. Now Adam Webster is down hurt and receiving treatment for the visitors at the London Stadium.

7.50pm GMT

Southampton 1-0 Leicester City: Southampton continue to dominate possession against Leciester City at St Mary’s, taking a series of throw-ins down the left touchline.
Adam Armstrong of Southampton shields the ball from James Maddison of Leicester City. Photograph: James Marsh/Shutterstock

Updated at 8.09pm GMT

7.48pm GMT

Watford 0-0 Chelsea: Watford confirm that play has been suspended at Vicarage Road so that somebody in the crowd can receive emergency treatment from the medical staff of both teams. Our very best wishes go out to whoever has taken ill and those who are treating him or her.

Updated at 7.49pm GMT

7.45pm GMT

Wolves 0-0 Burnley: Chris Wood gets between two defenders to get on the end of a Charlie Taylor cross but doesn’t hit the target. The Burnley striker may have been a fraction offside.

Updated at 7.46pm GMT

7.44pm GMT

Watford 0-0 Chelsea: The night’s work of Watford full-back Adam Masina comes to an abrupt end as he succumbs to injury and is replaced by Danny Rose. There is also talk of a medical emergency in one of the stands. Play has been suspended at Vicarage Road and the players have left the field.

7.39pm GMT

Wolves 0-0 Burnley: Sound the disciplinary tightrope klaxon! Ben Mee gets an early booking in Burnley’s game against Wolves for a foul on Adama Traore, who’d got away from him.
Burnley’s Ben Mee checks on Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Adama Traore before going into the ref’s book. Photograph: Zac Goodwin/PA Images

Updated at 7.52pm GMT

7.37pm GMT

GOAL! West Ham 1-0 Brighton (Tomas Soucek 5)

Premier League: Tomas Soucek scores his second Premier League goal of the season, heading West Ham ahead from an early corner against Brighton at the London Stadium.
A cheeky header by the front stick by Tomas Soucek gives the home side an early lead. Photograph: David Loveday/TGS Photo/Shutterstock
Happy Hammers’ fans. Photograph: Javier García/Shutterstock

Updated at 8.04pm GMT

7.35pm GMT

GOAL! Southampton 1-0 Leicester City (Bednarek 3)

Premier League: Kasper Schmeichel saves superbly from a Nathan Tella free-kick but Jan Bednarek is on hand to pounce and score with the follow-up.
Jan Bednarek of Southampton opens the scoring. Photograph: Michael Steele/Getty Images

Updated at 7.49pm GMT

7.31pm GMT

Peeeeeeeep!!!! Our four 7.30pm kick-offs are under way. Stay tuned!

7.22pm GMT

Aston Villa v Manchester City line-ups

Aston Villa: Martinez, Cash, Konsa, Mings, Targett, McGinn, Nakamba, Douglas Luiz, Buendia, Watkins, Bailey.

Subs: Sanson, Steer, Tuanzebe, Young, El Ghazi, Hause, Carney Chukwuemeka, Davis, Jacob Ramsey.

Man City: Ederson, Joao Cancelo, Dias, Ake, Zinchenko, Fernandinho, Rodri, Bernardo Silva, Gabriel Jesus, Mahrez, Sterling.

Subs: Grealish, Steffen, Carson, Foden, Mbete-Tabu, Palmer, McAtee, Lavia, Wilson-Esbrand.

Referee: Mike Dean (Wirral)

7.19pm GMT

Everton v Liverpool line-ups

Everton: Pickford, Coleman, Godfrey, Keane, Digne, Townsend, Doucoure, Allan, Gray, Richarlison, Rondon.

Subs: Kenny, Delph, Begovic, Iwobi, Tosun, Gordon, Gbamin, Branthwaite, Dobbin.

Liverpool: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Matip, van Dijk, Robertson, Henderson, Fabinho, Thiago, Salah, Jota, Mane.

Subs: Konate, Milner, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Minamino, Tsimikas, Origi, Kelleher, Williams, Morton.

Referee: Paul Tierney (Lancashire)

Related: Everton v Liverpool: Premier League – live!

7.05pm GMT

Watford v Chelsea: Claudio Ranieri has made one change to the Watford line-up that lost against Leciester on Sunday. Joao Pedro is in for Cucho Hernandez.

Thomas Tuchel has made no fewer than six changes to the team that drew with Manchester United at the weekend. Andreas Christensen, Christian Pulisic, Saul Niguez, Mason Mount, Cesar Azpilicueta and Kai Havertz are all in, with Jorginho, Timo Werner and Thiago Silva among those dropping to the bench. Reece James is not in tonight’s match squad.

7.02pm GMT

Wolves v Burnley: Wolves manager Bruno Lage makes two changes to the side that drew at Norwich on Saturday. Ruben Neves is suspended while Francisco Trincao is dropped. Leander Dendoncker and Adama Traore come in.

For Burnley, Nathan Collins and Jack Cork replace the suspended James Tarkowski and Ashley Westwood.

6.54pm GMT

West Ham v Brighton: Jarrod Bowen is recalled to West Ham’s side for the visit of Brighton. Bowen was on the bench in the 2-1 defeat at Manchester City on Sunday. Vladimir Coufal also comes in for the injured Aaron Cresswell.

Brighton have drafted in Adam Lallana and Jeremy Sarmiento, for a full debut, with Tariq Lamptey and Pascal Gross dropping to the bench.

6.52pm GMT

Southampton v Leicester City: Southampton recall Kyle Walker-Peters, Nathan Redmond and Nathan Tella for the visit of Leicester, with Lyanco, Romain Perraud and Armando Broja dropping to the bench.

Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers sticks with an unchanged 20-man squad on the back of Sunday’s 4-2 win at home to Watford.

6.44pm GMT

Wolves v Burnley line-ups

Wolves: Jose Sa, Kilman, Coady, Saiss, Nelson Semedo, Dendoncker, Joao Moutinho, Ait Nouri, Traore, Jimenez, Hwang.

Subs: Hoever, Trincao, Moulden, Silva, Ruddy, Cundle, Bueno, Campbell.

Burnley: Pope, Lowton, Collins, Mee, Taylor, Gudmundsson, Brownhill, Cork, McNeil, Wood, Cornet.

Subs: Hennessey, Roberts, Lennon, Rodriguez, Pieters, Norris, Vydra, Long, Thomas.

Referee: John Brooks (Leicestershire)
The shirt and captain’s armband of Conor Coady hangs from its peg in the home dressing-room. Photograph: Jack Thomas/Wolves/Getty Images

Updated at 7.30pm GMT

6.41pm GMT

Watford v Chelsea line-ups

Watford: Bachmann, Femenia, Cathcart, Troost-Ekong, Masina, Louza, Joao Pedro, Cleverley, Sissoko, King, Bonaventure.

Subs: Ngakia, Rose, Gosling, Fletcher, Tufan, Kabasele, Hernandez, Kucka, Elliot.

Chelsea: Mendy, Chalobah, Christensen, Rudiger, Azpilicueta, Loftus-Cheek, Saul, Alonso, Pulisic, Mount, Havertz.

Subs: Arrizabalaga, Jorginho, Thiago Silva, Lukaku, Werner, Barkley, Hudson-Odoi, Ziyech, Sarr.

Referee: David Coote (Nottinghamshire)
Fans making their way to Vicarage Road. Photograph: Richard Heathcote/Getty Images

6.38pm GMT

Southampton v Leicester City line-ups

Southampton: McCarthy, Livramento, Bednarek, Salisu, Walker-Peters, Tella, Ward-Prowse, Romeu, Redmond, Adam Armstrong, Adams.

Subs: Lyanco, Long, Perraud, Broja, Djenepo, Smallbone, Elyounoussi, Valery, Forster.

Leicester City: Schmeichel, Castagne, Evans, Soyuncu, Thomas, Soumare, Ndidi, Lookman, Maddison, Barnes, Vardy.

Subs: Albrighton, Ward, Iheanacho, Perez, Amartey, Choudhury, Dewsbury-Hall, Vestergaard, Daka.

Referee: Rob Jones (Northumberland)
The scene at St Mary’s Stadium ahead of tonight’s game between Southampton and Leicester City. Photograph: Tony Obrien/Reuters

6.33pm GMT

West Ham v Brighton line-ups

West Ham: Fabianski, Johnson, Dawson, Zouma, Coufal, Soucek, Rice, Bowen, Benrahma, Fornals, Antonio.

Subs: Perkins, Yarmolenko, Lanzini, Vlasic, Areola, Noble, Diop, Masuaku, Kral.

Brighton: Sanchez, Veltman, Webster, Dunk, Cucurella, Bissouma, Moder, Sarmiento, Lallana, Trossard, Maupay.

Subs: Lamptey, Mac Allister, Mwepu, Gross, March, Steele, Duffy, Locadia, Burn.

Referee: Chris Kavanagh (Lancashire)
A rainbow corner flag at the London Stadium. Photograph: Peter Cziborra/Action Images/Reuters

6.20pm GMT

Leeds United 1-0 Crystal Palace

Premier League match report: Raphina scored from the penalty spot deep in second half stoppage time to pull Leeds United away from the drop zone.

Related: Raphinha holds nerve and grabs vital win for Leeds against Crystal Palace

6.20pm GMT

Newcastle United 1-1 Norwich City

Premier League match report: The mother of all six-pointers ended with the spoils being shared and both teams still in the relegation mire.

Related: Norwich’s Teemu Pukki denies 10-man Newcastle first win with powerful strike

6.19pm GMT

Tonight's Premier League fixtures

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Updated at 7.19pm GMT

6.19pm GMT

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6.16pm GMT

Midweek clockwatch ...

You join us for the second and busiest of three consecutive nights of midweek Premier League action, with six matches scheduled for this evening. The Merseyside derby is probably the pick of them on paper, with a hideously out-of-form Everton, without a win since September, hosting Liverpool at Goodison Park.

Scott Murray will be keeping his beady eye on that one in a dedicated minute-by-minute report but we’ll keep you posted with any goal updates, while maintaining a more roving brief around the grounds staging tonight’s other games.

We’ll bring you news of all the major talking points, post-match reaction as well as on-the-whistle reports on what promises to be a lively evening’s football action.

Related: Benítez stays upbeat while Everton fans fear Merseyside derby doomsday

Updated at 6.17pm GMT

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