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A comprehensive wrap of all the collated fixtures, scores and match reports from the Premier League:
SATURDAY, 2 OCTOBER
Manchester United 1-1 Everton – MATCH REPORT
Manchester United missed the chance to move top of the Premier League and needed a late VAR call in their favour to avoid another home defeat as Everton emerged from Old Trafford with a 1-1 draw on Saturday.
Yerry Mina’s late winner for the Toffees was ruled out by a review for offside after Andros Townsend had cancelled out Anthony Martial’s opener for United.
Chelsea 3-1 Southampton – MATCH REPORT
Chelsea ended a miserable week on a high, with Timo Werner and Ben Chilwell striking late in a 3-1 win against Southampton, who are still without a league victory this season.
The three points lifted the Stamford Bridge club to the top of the Premier League on 16 points, two clear of Liverpool, Manchester United and Everton.
Wolves 2-1 Newcastle
Hwang Hee-chan struck twice as Wolves beat struggling Newcastle 2-1, while Jeff Hendrick scored for the Magpies.
Burnley 0-0 Norwich
Norwich stopped the rot against Burnley after six straight league defeats but they remain rock-bottom of the Premier League table with just a single point after seven games.
Leeds United 1-0 Watford
Leeds beat Watford 1-0 thanks to a first-half strike by Diego Llorente while Hwang Hee-chan struck twice as Wolves beat struggling Newcastle 2-1.
Brighton 0-0 Arsenal – MATCH REPORT
Brighton brought Arsenal’s Premier League winning run to a halt as the teams played out an uninspiring 0-0 draw at a rain-drenched Amex Stadium on Saturday.
Graham Potter’s men enjoyed the upper hand for large parts of the game but lacked a killer touch as the Gunners failed to build on last weekend’s impressive north London derby win over Tottenham.
Albion fans will be encouraged as their team climbed to fifth spot, two points behind leaders Chelsea, while Arsenal moved up to ninth.
SUNDAY, 3 OCTOBER
Tottenham v Aston Villa – 15:00
West Ham v Brentford – 15:00
Crystal Palace v Leicester City – 15:00
Liverpool v Man City – 17:30