Premier League results: Saturday's 3pm kick-offs as they happened

Charlie Eccleshare
The Telegraph
Christian Benteke equalises for Palace against Leicester in a match that finished 2-2  - Rex Features
Christian Benteke equalises for Palace against Leicester in a match that finished 2-2  - Rex Features




Neither side able to dictate the game so far

West Ham enjoying slightly more of the ball, with 196 touches to 166 from Sunderland.

Sunderland vs West Ham 5:01PM

So, that's that

Here's how the Premier League matches finished, and below is how the Premier League table looks:

  • Crystal Palace 2 Leicester 2

  • Everton 3 Burnley 1

  • Stoke 3 Hull 1

  • Sunderland 2 West Ham 2 

  • Watford 1 Swansea 0



Sunderland 2 West Ham 2.The hosts desperately needed to win that, but it's only a draw and they are nine points from safety with only six matches to play. 


Aerial bombardment

Randolph collects Anichebe's cross shot, and it's still Sunderland 2 West Ham 2. A couple of minutes of added on time still to be played. 


Full-time whistles being blown

  • Crystal Palace 2 Leicester 2

  • Everton 3 Burnley 1

  • Stoke 3 Hull 1

  • Watford 1 Swansea 0


Average touch positions (full time)

Average touch positions (full time) 4:52PM

Red card!

Sunderland with a real chance as West Ham are reduced to 10 men - Sam Byram given his marching orders for a second yellow. 

And there'll be 10 minutes of added on time at the Stadium of Light! It's Sunderland 2 West Ham 2. 


Average touch positions (full time)

Average touch positions (full time) 4:51PM

Full time: Everton 3-1 Burnley

It's all over at Goodison Park.


Full-time! Watford 1 Swansea 0

Sigurdsson has missed two good chances for Swansea, and they have been defeated at Watford. Agonising end to the game for the Swans, who remain in the bottom three, two points behind 17th-placed Hull. 


GOAL! Sunderland 2 West Ham 2 (Borini 90')

Borini's first touch as a substitute is to fire Sunderland level! Gibson fires a hopeful diagonal forward, Randolph flaps at it and ends up in no-man's land. The goalkeeper's punch lands at Borini's feet, and the Italian buries a tricky chance from the edge of the box past two West Ham defenders on the line. 

Sunderland 2 - 2 West Ham (Fabio Borini, 90 min) 4:45PM

Swansea pushing

But still they can't break Watford down. Will Hull losing, this would be a real missed opportunity for Clement's side if they come away from Vicarage Road with nothing. 


Oh dear

Okaka scores a wonderful bicycle kick for Watford, and celebrates wildly...before realising he's been flagged offside. Watford still lead Swansea 1-0. 


GOAL! Stoke 3 Hull 1 (Shaqiri 80')

What a hit that is! Arnautovic feeds Shaqiri about 30 yards out, and the Swiss maestro leathers a long-range strike that flies into the top corner. Game, set and match you would think now. Stoke lead 3-1 at the Bet365. 

Stoke 3 - 1 Hull (Xherdan Shaqiri, 80 min) 4:36PM

Late drama to come? 

Hull are piling on the pressure but trail at Stoke, while Palace v Leicester has turned into an absolute cracker. Benteke has gone close for the hosts, who look the more likely team to win it having been 2-0 down after 52 minutes. 


GOAL! Everton 3 Burnley 1 (Lukaku 74')

Lukaku takes Baines' pass on the half-turn, spins past Keane and buries a left-footed finish betone Keane. Brilliant stuff from Lukaku, and as it stands Everton are leapfrogging Arsenal and Manchester United into fifth position (albeit having played three matches more). 

Everton 3 - 1 Burnley (Romelu Lukaku, 74 min) 4:29PM

GOAL! Everton 2 Burnley 1 (Barkley/it may end up being a Mee own goal 71')

Mirallas pulls the ball back for Barkley, who shifts the ball onto his left foot and fires past Heaton thanks to deflections off two Burnley defenders. It's been a tough week for the Everton midfielder, and he celebrates like he means it. 

Everton 2 - 1 Burnley (Ben Mee, 71 min) 4:27PM

GOAL! Crystal Palace 2 Leicester 2 (Benteke 70')

Townsend does brilliantly down the left and stand s up a cross for Benteke, who climbs above Benalouane and nods beyond Schmeichel. Palace back level! 

Crystal Palace 2 - 2 Leicester (Christian Benteke, 70 min) 4:26PM

GOAL! Stoke 1 Hull 1 (Crouch 66')

Arnautovic pings a cross-field pass to Walters, who cuts inside and gets a cross in from the right to Crouch, who soars above the Hull defenders and buries a header across Jakupovic into the bottom corner. Lovely goal, and Stoke are back in front. Hull now just two points above Swansea as it stands. 

Stoke 2 - 1 Hull (Peter Crouch, 66 min) 4:22PM

Leicester pushing

Ward very nearly scores an own goal from Fuchs' long throw, but it remains Palace 1 Leicester 2. 


Opportunities going begging

Mirallas denied for Everton against Burnley, as Niasse misses a great chance to put Hull ahead at Stoke. 


What a lorra goals

A flurry of activity soon after half-time, with six goals in the five games. Jakupovic meanwhile has made a great save to deny Crouch at the Bet365, where it's Stoke 1 Hull 1. 


Neither side taking control of the game yet

Hull enjoying slightly more of the ball, with 404 touches to 374 from Stoke.

Stoke vs Hull 4:11PM

Crystal Palace 1 Leicester 2 (Cabaye 54')

Palace right back in it straight away as Cabaye scores for the second consecutive game with a low effort from about 10 yards out. 

Crystal Palace 1 - 2 Leicester (Yohan Cabaye, 54 min) 4:10PM

Crystal Palace 0 Leicester 2 (Vardy 52')

Vintage Leicester as Jamie Vardy is sent scampering clear on the counter-attack. He cuts inside and bends one into the corner with his left foot. Wayne Hennessey should have done better in the Palace goal, but great pace from Vardy. 

Crystal Palace 0 - 2 Leicester (Jamie Vardy, 52 min) 4:10PM

Stoke 1 Hull 1 (Maguire 51')

A well deserved equaliser as Harry Maguire volleys home from a corner after a few ricochets in the box. What a huge goal that could turn out to be for Hull, who move three points clear of Swansea in the live table. 

Stoke 1 - 1 Hull (Harry Maguire, 51 min) 4:09PM

The shot count is similar

Stoke and Hull are evenly matched in attack so far - the vistors have fired in nine shots to the hosts' seven.

Stoke vs Hull shots on goal 4:09PM

Everton 1 Burnley 1 (Vokes 52')

Robles concedes a penalty with a bonkers charge out of his box to being Vokes down. The Welshman picks himself up and strokes the penalty home, sending Robles the wrong way. 

Everton 1 - 1 Burnley (Sam Vokes, 52 min) 4:07PM

GOAL! Everton 1 Burnley 0 (Jagielka 49')

Jagielka scores for the third match running, having previously not scored since May 2015. It's an untidy one, as he scuffs home from a corner, but in any case Everton are in front. 

Everton 1 - 0 Burnley (Phil Jagielka, 49 min) 4:04PM

Sunderland 1 West Ham 2 (Collins 47')

Snodgrass whips in an inswinging corner from the right, and Collins bundles in a header to give West Ham the lead. Oh dear, Sunderland concede right at the start of the second half, just as they did against United last week. Moyes' team-talk working wonders again. 

Sunderland 1 - 2 West Ham (James Collins, 47 min) 4:03PM

Back under way

The matches are restarting, with Valencia replacing Gueye for Everton at half-time. 


Second half: Stoke 1-0 Hull

The second 45 has begun at bet365 Stadium.


Second half: Everton 0-0 Burnley

We're back under way at Goodison Park.


Second half: Crystal Palace 0-1 Leicester

We're back under way at Selhurst Park.


Second half: Sunderland 1-1 West Ham

The action restarts at Stadium of Light.


Second half: Watford 1-0 Swansea

The action restarts at Vicarage Road.


The state of play

The half-time whistles have been sounded around the grounds. Here's what's happened so far:

Crystal Palace 0 Leicester 1 -Huth's sixth-minute header gave the visitors the lead. Zaha and Townsend have come close for Palace since, but Leicester good value for their lead. 

Everton 0 Burnley 0 - Chances for both sides in what's been an end to end game. Vokes has had two very presentable opportunities for Dyche's side. 

Stoke 1 Hull 0 - Since Arnautovic's sixth-minute goal, Hull have come storming back and have created plenty of chances. Markovic and Niasse have been wasteful though. Niasse also could have been sent off for raising his hands to Cameron when already on a booking. 

Sunderland 1 West Ham 1 - Kazri cancelled out Ayew's opener with a goal directly from a corner. Ayew has since suffered what looks like a serious knee injury. 

Watford 1 Swansea 0 - Clement's side were on top but Capoue's sixth goal of the season shortly before half-time seperates the sides. Mawson badly at fault for the goal. 



Half time: Stoke 1-0 Hull

The teams head in at the break at bet365 Stadium.


Bad news for West Ham

Their goalscorer Ayew looks to have suffered a bad knee injury and is receiving treatment as whistle goes for half-time at the Stadium of Light. 


Average touch positions (half time)

Average touch positions (half time) 3:47PM

Half time: Crystal Palace 0-1 Leicester

The first 45 minutes is up at Selhurst Park.


Average touch positions (half time)

Average touch positions (half time) 3:47PM

Half time: Everton 0-0 Burnley

The first 45 minutes is up at Goodison Park.


Hull almost down to 10

Niasse could be off. He's already on a yellow card, and raises his hands to Cameron, but the referee gives him just a talking to. 


Average touch positions (half time)

Average touch positions (half time) 3:46PM

Average touch positions (half time)

Average touch positions (half time) 3:46PM

Half time: Watford 1-0 Swansea

The first 45 minutes is up at Vicarage Road.


Half time: Sunderland 1-1 West Ham

The half-time whistle blows at Stadium of Light.


Average touch positions (half time)

Average touch positions (half time) 3:43PM

GOAL! Watford 1 Swansea (Capoue 42')

Oh dear, Mawson slips to gift Capoue a clear run on goal. The Frenchman's shot is saved, but the rebound drops kindly for him and he lashes home to put Watford in front! You can hear the cheers coming from east Yorkshire! 

Watford 1 - 0 Swansea (Etienne Capoue, 42 min) 3:42PM

The shot count is similar

Everton and Burnley are evenly matched in attack so far - the home side have fired in nine shots to the visitors' nine.

Everton vs Burnley shots on goal 3:41PM

Townsend denied

The Palace winger bursts into the box but Huth stretches every sinew to block his right-footed shot. Leicester defiant at the moment, and still lead 1-0. 


The shot count is similar

Sunderland and West Ham have both attempted five shots each.

Sunderland vs West Ham shots on goal 3:39PM

More chances at Goodison

Lukaku's header is over the bar from Baines' cross, before Vokes is gifted a chance by Jagielka, but his effort is weak and straight at Robles. 

Miss: Everton 0 - 0 Burnley (Romelu Lukaku, 37 min) 3:37PM

Decent save Heaton

The Burnley keeper gets down low to his right to keep out Holgate's low effort. Still 0-0 at Goodison. 


Hull the big losers at the moment

They trail Stoke 1-0, while 18th-placed Swansea are closing the gap to them by one point as it stands with their 0-0 draw at Watford. 


Burnley holding their own

Everton have faded the last 10 or so minutes, and Vokes goes one on one with Robles, but the keeper makes the save with his chest. Burnley could, and probably should, be ahead. 



No breakthrough for Swansea

Clement's side have been on top at Watford, but it remains goalless. Ki's low shot from about 12 yards is held by Gomes. It's still 0-0. 


More Hull chances

Markovic has missed a couple of opportunities for Hull, who are piling on the pressure at Stoke. Still Stoke 1 Hull 0. 


Crystal Palace can't make their domination of the ball count

For all their possession, the hosts still trail to Leicester.

Crystal Palace vs Leicester 3:27PM

GOAL! Sunderland 1 West Ham 1 (Khazri 26')

Would you believe it, Sunderland have done a goal! After seven matches without scoring, Moyes' side finally get the ball in the back of the net. Khazri's corner goes all the way in! Randolph claims he was impeded, but the goal is given. 

Sunderland 1 - 1 West Ham (Wahbi Khazri, 26 min) 3:25PM

No joy for Palace

Puncheon has an age to line up a left-footed shot from the edge of the box, but Huth steps out to make the block. Leicester still 1-0 up at Selhurst Park.


Huge Hull opportunity

Hull have been battered at Stoke, but Niasse has just missed a glorious chance from about six yards out. Silva's side trail 1-0 at the Bet365 Stadium. 

Miss: Stoke 1 - 0 Hull (Oumar Niasse, 21 min) 3:19PM

Burnley inches away

Barkley does brilliantly to clear Keane's header off the line from a corner. Very good game this, end to end stuff at Goodison Park. 


Everton pressure building

Gueye has a low effort from just inside the area but Heaton makes a simple save down to his left. Still 0-0. 

Attempt Saved: Everton 0 - 0 Burnley (Idrissa Gueye, 15 min) 3:16PM

Watford hit back

Watford have their first shot at goal, while Swansea have registered four efforts so far.

Watford vs Swansea shots on goal 3:14PM

Dodgy keeper

Fernandez so nearly gives Swansea the lead at Watford after Gomes flaps horribly at Sigurdsson's free-kick. 


Close for Palace

Zaha has a volley blocked by Huth in the area, and Leicester hang on. They're a little fortunate to be ahead at Selhurst Park. 


Watford enjoying plenty of touches of the ball so far.

Watford have had 128 touches of the ball compared to 38 by Swansea.

Watford vs Swansea 3:07PM

GOAL! Crystal Palace 0 Leicester 1 (Huth 6')

A flicked near-post Robert Huth header from Fuch's long throw gives Leicester the lead.

Crystal Palace 0 - 1 Leicester (Robert Huth, 6 min) 3:07PM

Leicester have their first sight of goal

Leicester respond to the earlier Crystal Palace effort with their first shot of the game.

Crystal Palace vs Leicester shots on goal 3:06PM

GOAL! Sunderland 0 West Ham 1 (Ayew 5')

Carroll meets Byram's cross on the volley and lays it into the path of Ayew who cooly finishes from close range. 


GOAL! Stoke 1 Hull 0 (Arnautovic 6')

A bullet Arnautovic strike from the edge of the box makes it 1-0 to Stoke.

Stoke 1 - 0 Hull (Marko Arnautovic, 6 min) 3:06PM

Stoke have their first strike at goal

Stoke respond to the earlier Hull effort with their first shot of the game.

Stoke vs Hull shots on goal 3:04PM

Chance for Everton

Holgate pulls it back for Lukaku, but his right-footed shot from about 12 yards out is straight at Heaton. 


West Ham threaten for the first time

Following the earlier Sunderland effort, West Ham register their first attempt at goal.

Sunderland vs West Ham shots on goal 3:04PM

Everton threaten for the first time

Following the earlier Burnley effort, Everton register their first attempt at goal.

Everton vs Burnley shots on goal 3:03PM

Cattermole booked for Sunderland

After 60 seconds. Even by his standards that's good going. 



We're under way in the five matches. 


Hillsborough remembered

A rapturous minute's applause at Goodison Park to remember the victims of the Hillsborough disaster 28 years on. 


Kick off: Crystal Palace vs Leicester

We're under way at Selhurst Park.


Kick off: Everton vs Burnley

They're off and running at Goodison Park.


Kick off: Stoke vs Hull

We're under way at bet365 Stadium.


Kick off: Sunderland vs West Ham

They're off and running at Stadium of Light.


Kick off: Watford vs Swansea

We're under way at Vicarage Road.


Teams are out

Players are taking to the pitches across the country, hands are being shaken, and mascots are doing their things in big fury costumes. We're a few minutes from kick-off. 


Sunderland v West Ham preview

Never mind a win, home supporters would be happy with a goal. Sunderland last troubled the scorers on February 4, 675 soul-destroying minutes ago, a seven-game drought still two short of the unwanted Premier League record held by Crystal Palace. David Moyes' woeful side look doomed 10 points adrift of safety, but victory for West Ham will banish any lingering relegation fears.

Jason Mellor's prediction: 1-1        

Sunderland: Pickford, Jones, O'Shea, Denayer, Manquillo, Cattermole, Ndong, Gibson, Khazri, Defoe, Anichebe. 

Substitutes: Mannone, Djilobodji, Rodwell, Borini, Pienaar, Kone, Januzaj.

West Ham United: Randolph, Byram, Collins, Fonte, Masuaku, Ayew, Fernandes, Kouyate, Snodgrass, Lanzini, Carroll. 

Substitutes: Cresswell, Nordtveit, Feghouli, Adrian, Fletcher, Calleri, Rice.

Referee: Andre Marriner (West Midlands)



Watford v Swansea preview

With the question of Walter Mazzarri’s future remaining unclear and Watford having little to play for, a trip to Vicarage Road is an opportunity for the Swans to take three precious points in their battle against the drop. They haven’t won on the road since their January success at Anfield.  

Tom Prentki's prediction: 1-1    

Watford: Gomes, Janmaat, Prodl, Mariappa, Holebas, Capoue, Doucoure, Cleverley, Amrabat, Deeney, Niang.

Substitutes: Success, Behrami, Kabasele, Pantilimon, Mason, Okaka, Pereira.

Swansea City: Fabianski, Naughton, Fernandez, Mawson, Olsson, Fer, Ki, Fulton, Narsingh, Llorente, Sigurdsson. 

Substitutes: Ayew, van der Hoorn, Borja Baston, Nordfeldt, Routledge, Kingsley, Carroll.



Stoke v Hull preview

Stoke, beaten in their last four, have not lost five consecutive top-flight matches since 1985 and will expect to end the run. Hull’s away record is dreadful - only one point won in seven months – but after five home wins in six under Marco Silva they are out of the bottom three and will see a chance here.  

Jon Culley's prediction: 1-1    

Stoke: Grant, Shawcross, Martins Indi, Muniesa, Johnson, Cameron, Adam, Pieters, Shaqiri, Arnautovic, Berahino. Substitutes: Butland, Bardsley, Diouf, Walters, Imbula, Crouch, Sobhi.

Hull: Jakupovic, Ranocchia, Dawson, Maguire, Markovic, N'Diaye, Huddlestone, Clucas, Robertson, Grosicki, Niasse Substitutes: Hernandez, Maloney, Mbokani, Henriksen, Marshall, Elmohamady, Evandro.

Referee: Stuart Atwell (Nuneaton)



Everton v Burnley preview

It is difficult to look beyond an Everton victory. Free-scoring and irresistible on occasions, Ronald Koeman’s men tend to hold sway at Goodison, while Burnley are dreadful travellers. The Blues have scored 23 goals in their last six home outings, in sharp contrast, the visitors have managed just 9 on the road, all season.

Steve Sutcliffe's prediction: 3-1    

Everton: Robles, Holgate, Jagielka, Ashley Williams, Baines, Gana, Schneiderlin, Davies, Barkley, Lukaku, Mirallas. 
Substitutes: Barry, Valencia, Stekelenburg, Calvert-Lewin, Lookman, Pennington, Kenny.

Burnley: Heaton, Lowton, Keane, Mee, Ward, Brady, Barton, Hendrick, Boyd, Vokes, Barnes. 
Substitutes: Flanagan, Gray, Defour, Westwood, Tarkowski, Pope, Agyei.

Referee: Mark Clattenburg (Tyne & Wear)



Crystal Palace v Leicester preview

Fresh from a dogged showing in Madrid's Calderon, the Leicester City roadshow now rolls into the cauldron of south London. There it will face a Crystal Palace team still delighting in their thrashing of Arsenal, and looking for a victory that would take them above the champions in the table. 

Sam Dean's prediction: 2-0  

Crystal Palace: Hennessey, Ward, Kelly, Sakho, Schlupp, Milivojevic, Cabaye, Townsend, Puncheon, Zaha, Christian Benteke. 

Substitutes: Speroni, Van Aanholt, Flamini, Campbell, McArthur, Sako, Delaney.

Leicester City: Schmeichel, Simpson, Benalouane, Huth, Fuchs, Mahrez, Ndidi, King, Albrighton, Vardy, Ulloa. 

Substitutes: Chilwell, Drinkwater, Musa, Amartey, Okazaki, Zieler, Gray.

Referee: Mike Dean (Wirral)




The team news is in for what is a big old day in the relegation fight with four of the bottom five in action at 3pm. 

Sunderland look doomed whatever their result against West Ham at the Stadium of Light today, but Swansea and Hull are separated by just two points above and below the drop zone, with Palace still needing another win or two up in 16th place. 

Swansea are at mid-table Watford, who Paul Clement will be hoping have donned their flip-flops ready for the beach season.

Hull travel to free-falling Stoke, while Palace host champions Leicester with Sam Allardyce looking to beat the Premier League champions at home for the third straight season. 

Everton meanwhile can move up to sixth and three points clear of Arsenal if they beat the league's worst away side Burnley at Goodison Park. 


No Slimani for Leicester

Manager Craig Shakespeare confirms that the Algeria striker picked up an injury in training today and is out for the trip to Crystal Palace. 


Watford v Swansea teams


Sunderland v West Ham teams


Stoke v Hull teams

Hull starting XI:Jakupović, Robertson, Dawson, Ranocchia, Maguire, Grosicki, N’Diaye, Clucas, Huddlestone, Marković Niasse

Subs: Marshall, Hernández, Maloney, Mbokani, Henriksen, Elmohamady, Evandro


Everton v Burnley teams


Palace v Leicester teams



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Crystal Palace v Leicester City

Kick-off: 3pm Saturday

TV: Highlights MOTD

Starting XIs

Crystal Palace (possible, 4-2-3-1): Hennessey; Ward, Kelly, Sakho, Schlupp; Milivojevic, Cabaye; Zaha, Puncheon, Townsend; C Benteke.

Out: Campbell (hamstring), Dann, Wickham (both knee), Remy (calf), Souare (leg), Tomkins (calf).

Test: Townsend (heel).

Leicester City (possible, 4-4-2): Schmeichel; Amartey, Benalouane, Huth, Chilwell; Gray, Drinkwater, King, Albrighton; Slimani, Ulloa.

Out: Mendy (ankle), Morgan (back), Wague (shoulder).

Referee: M Dean (Wirral).

Stat of the game: Wilfried Zaha has had a hand in five goals in as many games (two goals and three assists).

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Everton v Burnley

Kick-off: 3pm Saturday

TV: Highlights MOTD

Starting XIs

Everton (possible, 4-3-3): Robles; Holgate, Williams, Jagielka, Baines; Gueye, Davies, Schneiderlin; Mirallas, Lukaku, Barkley.

Out: Besic (fitness), Bolasie, Funes Mori (both knee), Coleman (leg), Lennon (knock), McCarthy (hamstring).

Burnley (possible, 4-4-2): Heaton; Lowton, Mee, Keane, Ward; Boyd, Barton, Hendrick, Brady; Gray, Barnes.

Out: Long, Marney (both knee).

Test: Gudmundsson (fitness).

Referee: M Clattenburg (Durham).

Stat of the game: Everton have scored 26 goals in their past seven Premier League games at Goodison Park.

<span>Romelu Lukaku is in a rich vein of form</span>
Romelu Lukaku is in a rich vein of form


Stoke City v Hull City

Kick-off: 3pm Saturday

TV: Highlights MOTD

Starting XIs

Stoke City (possible, 4-2-3-1): Grant; Johnson, Shawcross, Martins Indi, Pieters; Cameron, Whelan; Shaqiri, Berahino, Arnautovic; Walters.

Out: Afellay (knee), Allen (hamstring), Ireland (leg).

Tests: Adam (knock), Butland (fitness), Given (back), Walters (knee).

Hull City (possible, 4-2-3-1): Jakupovic; Elmohamady, Ronocchia, Davies, Robertson; Evandro, Huddlestone; Markovic, Clucas, Grosicki; Niasse.

Out: Elabdellaoui (back), Keane, Odubajo (both knee), Mason (head).

Test: Maguire (knee).

Referee: S Attwell (Warwickshire).

Stat of the game: Stoke are unbeaten in six league meetings against Hull.

<span>Hull manager Marco Silva is a man on a mission</span>
Hull manager Marco Silva is a man on a mission


Sunderland v West Ham United

Kick-off: 3pm Saturday

TV: Highlights MOTD

Starting XIs

Sunderland (possible, 4-2-3-1): Pickford; Jones, Kone, Denayer, Manquillo; Ndong, Cattermole, Rodwell; Borini, Defoe, Anichebe.

Out: Kirchhoff, McNair, Watmore (all knee), Larsson (ban), Oviedo (hamstring).

West Ham United (possible, 4-2-3-1): Randolph; Byram, Collins, Fonte, Cresswell; Kouyate, Nordtveit; Ayew, Lanzini, Snodgrass; Carroll.

Out: Antonio (hamstring), Noble (ban), Obiang (ankle), Ogbonna, Tore (both knee), Reid (groin).

Referee: A Marriner (West Midlands).

Stat of the game: Sunderland have gone 675 minutes without scoring a goal.

<span>David Moyes' Sunderland look doomed to relegation</span>
David Moyes' Sunderland look doomed to relegation


Watford v Swansea City

Kick-off: 3pm Saturday

TV: Highlights MOTD

Starting XIs

Watford (possible, 3-5-2): Gomes; Janmaat, Cathcart, Mariappa; Amrabat, Cleverley, Doucoure, Capoue, Holebas; Deeney, Niang.

Out: Britos (ban), Kaboul (hamstring), Pereyra, Zarate (both knee), Watson (groin).

Tests: Behrami (hamstring), Prodl (rib).

Swansea City (possible, 4-2-3-1): Fabianski; Naughton, Fernandez, Mawson, Olsson; Carroll, Fer; Ayew, Sigurdsson, Routledge; Llorente.

Out: Cork (ankle), Dyer (Achilles), Rangel (foot).

Test: Britton (hamstring).

Referee: L Mason (Lancashire).

Stat of the game: Only two goals have been scored in three Premier League meetings between the sides.

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