PREMIER LEAGUE LIVE: Follow all the action from around the grounds as it happens
Follow Sportsmail's coverage of the Barclays Premier League where the 3pm action features six games including a West Midlands derby between Wolves and Aston Villa. Elsewhere it is Everton v Blackburn, Fulham v Newcastle, QPR v Wigan, Stoke v West Brom and Sunderland v Swansea. Email me your thoughts on the action at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact me on Twitter @Ripinho.
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Everton 1-0 Blackburn
Fulham 0-1 Newcastle
QPR 2-0 Wigan
Stoke 0-1 West Brom
Sunderland 1-0 Swansea
Wolves 2-1 Aston Villa
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16.07: Jerome Thomas cuts back for Marc Antoine Fortune, who fails to take advantage of a decent opportunity to double the Baggies lead.
16.06: Slightly surprised with Stoke who are once again slow out of the blocks against West Brom. The Baggies once again dictating play.
16.03: Big changes for Villa. Gabriel Agbonlahor, who is slightly unwell, has been replaced by Stephen Warnock.
16.02: Away we go again.
15.54: From InfostradaLive:
QPR have won all previous seven #EPL home matches when leading by at least two goals at halftime.
15.49: Half-times everywhere in the Premier League.
15.46: GOAL! QPR 2-0 Wigan
One cracking effort follows another as Akos Buzsaky leaves Ali Al Habsi with no chance after crashing home a free-kick. The Latics in real trouble here.
15.45: GOAL! Fulham 0-1 NEWCASTLE
It was the last goal to come from any game in the 3pm kick-offs but my word it was worth waiting for.
Hatem Ben Arfa feeds Danny Guthrie with the ball, and from 30 yards the midfielder rockets a left foot strike past Stockdale. Fabulous stuff.
15.42: Fulham's struggles continue as Steve Sidwell has had to go off injured. Martin Jol deciding to go more attacking by sending on Andy Johnson.
15.40: It's going to be one of those days for Blackburn. Fellaini loses the ball in midfield and shortly after Dunn has a strike that cannons off the post. Dashed unlucky.
15.37: GOAL! Stoke 0-1 WEST BROM
Not Thomas Sorenson's finest hour. The goalkeepers union will side with him on blaming the wind but he really must do better with James Morrison's strike as he lets it squirm too easily into the back of the net. As deserved lead for the Baggies though.
Spot on: Heidar Helguson fired QPR in front against Wigan
15.34: GOAL! QPR 1-0 Wigan
The hosts have been well on top and win a penalty after James McCarthy handles inside the box. Heidar Helguson firing home the resulting spot-kick.
15.33: PENALTY (QPR)
15.32: GOAL! WOLVES 2-1 Aston Villa
The home side are well on top now in the derby as Roger Johnson wins the first header from a corner, before Dave Edwards makes up for his miss earlier by nodding home the centre-back's knock on.
15.31: No goals at the Britannia Stadium but West Brom have really taken the game to Stoke and have been much the better team.
The away side are also on top at Craven Cottage as Newcastle dominate possession against Fulham.
15.28: Wolves have suddenly woken up and really should score here. Matt Jarvis cuts the ball back for Dave Edwards, who with the goal at his mercy only fires straight at Given.
Controversial: Tim Cahill's (right) goal for Everton came courtesy of a handball from Marouane Fellaini
15.25: GOAL! EVERTON 1-0 Blackburn
It's that time of the day again, yep, controversial time. Marouane Fellaini appears to let the ball roll down his arm like a basketball player to tee up Tim Cahill to score his first goal for 33 games.
15.22: GOAL! WOLVES 1-1 Aston Villa
Game on here after Michael Kightly peels off Ciaran Clark to finish low past Shay Given. Most of the credit for the goal goes towards Emmanuel Frimpong though, who stormed through the centre of the park before teeing up the midfielder.
15.19: Cracking game at Goodison Park. Landon Donovan has been very influential so far and his corner is headed just over by Shane Duffy.
Unstoppable: Swansea's Michel Vorm dives in vain trying to keep out Stephane Sessegnon's strike
15.16: GOAL! SUNDERLAND 1-0 Swansea
Well that will cheer the home fans up and that's before you mention how superb this strike is. Stephane Sessegnon so often is the key man in the Black Cats attack and he finishes a move he started with a fine high strike past Michel Vorm.
15.14: Bad news for Sunderland as Nicklas Bendtner has had to off with an eye injury after a high challenge from Angel Rangel.
There seems to be no serious damage to the striker but he looks disorientated and Martin O'Neill takes no chances by bringing him off and sending on Connor Wickham
First blood: Darren Bent (right) gave Aston Villa the lead in the West Midlands derby at Wolves
15.11: GOAL! Wolves 0-1 ASTON VILLA
A terrible error from Christophe Berra who makes a hash of trying to clear the ball. Darren Bent steals the ball from him but is brought down moments later by the defender for a stonewall penalty that the striker converts.
15.10: PENALTY (Aston Villa)
15.09: But Blackburn respond as Everton stopper Tim Howard sticks out a leg to deny David Dunn from close range after some good work from Junior Hoilett.
15.06: More chances! This time it's at Everton where the hosts fire over through Victor Anichebe on the volley just yards out.
15.04: And a chance in the derby for the away side. Gary Gardner with a superb opportunity to head home seconds into the game but he directs the chance off target.
15.02: Early chance for Newcastle as Cabaye proves he is over that injury by testing David Stockdale from 20 yards with a first-time effort.
Fast start: Sunderland's Seb Larsson reflects on missing an early chance against Swansea
15.01: Away we go then.
14.58: Teams are out then, as we prepare to get underway.
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14.54: Wantaway defender Christopher Samba is left out of the Blackburn squad for today's Barclays Premier League trip to Everton.
Boss Steve Kean said he would assess the centre-back's mental state before deciding whether to play him and selects fit-again Scott Dann instead, while David Goodwillie comes in for the suspended Ayegbeni Yakubu up front with new loan signing Anthony Modeste on the bench after receiving international clearance.
Everton are severely limited by injuries and manager David Moyes makes only one change from the draw at Aston Villa last weekend, Victor Anichebe replacing Royston Drenthe, while Darron Gibson makes his home debut.
14.51: Stoke manager Tony Pulis makes just one change for his side's Barclays Premier League clash with West Brom at the Britannia Stadium.
Midfielder Ryan Shotton returns to the line-up in place of Wilson Palacios, who fails to make the 18 on duty, after missing last weekend's goalless draw at Liverpool.
Looking to end an 18-game winless away run against Stoke stetching back 30 years, Baggies boss Roy Hodgson makes four changes.
Crucially, Jonas Olsson returns to skipper the side after missing the last four matches with a calf injury, whilst Gabriel Tamas, Graham Dorrans and Marc-Antoine Fortune are also included.
Hodgson drops Gonzalo Jara-Reyes, Craig Dawson and Peter Odemwingie to the bench, with Paul Scharner absent with an achilles injury.
On the up: Yohan Cabaye (right) returns after being taken off on a stretcher against QPR last week
14.48: Newcastle midfielder Yohan Cabaye passes a late fitness test to start at Fulham this afternoon.
The France international recovers from an ankle injury to feature as Alan Pardew makes one change to the side that defeated QPR 1-0 last weekend, bringing in Hatem Ben Arfa for Ryan Taylor.
Counterpart Martin Jol makes one enforced change to his Fulham starting line-up, with Steve Sidwell replacing the injured Mousa Dembele.
14.45: Controversial captain Joey Barton returns to the QPR line-up for this afternoon's clash against fellow strugglers Wigan at Loftus Road.
The 29-year-old, who last night launched a tirade against former manager Neil Warnock on Twitter, slotted back into the Rangers starting XI after completing a three-match suspension.
Fitz Hall and DJ Campbell are handed starts for the home side while bottom side Wigan bring in Emmerson Boyce, Steve Gohouri and Ben Watson.
14.42: On-loan striker Robbie Keane is handed his first Aston Villa start in the Barclays Premier League clash with his former club Wolves at Molineux.
Villa boss Alex McLeish also hands a full debut to 19-year-old midfielder Gary Gardner, the younger brother of Sunderland midfielder Craig Gardner.
McLeish drops left-back Stephen Warnock, with Ciaran Clark replacing him, while midfielder Stephen Ireland is ruled out with a tight hamstring.
Wolves manager Mick McCarthy keeps faith with the side which drew 1-1 at Tottenham in their last league outing after making 10 changes for the midweek FA Cup tie with Birmingham.
Making the cut: Gylfi Sigurdsson (left) impressed after coming on against Arsenal last week
14.39: Wes Brown returns to the starting line-up as Sunderland attempt to bounce back from defeat at Chelsea against Swansea.
The former Manchester United defender, who has missed the previous three games through injury, replaces Matt Kilgallon after he damaged an ankle at Stamford Bridge in the only change.
Swans boss Brendan Rodgers also fields a largely unchanged side from the one which beat Arsenal last weekend, with Gylfi Sigurdsson coming in for Kemy Agustien, while there is a seat on the bench for loan signing Josh McEachran.
14.36: And finally from the Stadium of Light:
Sunderland v Swansea
Sunderland: Mignolet, Bardsley, O'Shea, Brown, Richardson, Larsson, Cattermole, Vaughan, McClean, Bendtner, Sessegnon. Subs: Westwood, Turner, Gardner, Wickham, Ji, Meyler, Elmohamady.
Swansea: Vorm, Rangel, Caulker, Williams, Taylor, Dyer, Britton, Sinclair, Allen, Sigurdsson, Graham. Subs: Tremmel, Routledge, Monk, McEachran, Moore, Agustien, Richards.
Referee: Chris Foy (Merseyside)
14.33: The Baggies are on their worst run of the season right now but can they avenge their last-gasp defeat against Stoke at the Hawthorns from earlier this term
Stoke v West Brom
Stoke: Sorensen, Woodgate, Shawcross, Huth, Wilson, Shotton, Whelan, Delap, Etherington, Walters, Crouch. Subs: Begovic, Jones, Fuller, Pennant, Whitehead, Wilkinson, Jerome.
West Brom: Foster, Tamas, McAuley, Olsson, Shorey, Thomas, Mulumbu, Dorrans, Morrison, Cox, Fortune. Subs: Fulop, Mattock, Tchoyi, Long, Jara Reyes, Odemwingie, Dawson.
Referee: Anthony Taylor (Cheshire)
14.30: Lineups from Craven Cottage:
Fulham v Newcastle
Fulham: Stockdale, Kelly, Hangeland, Senderos, John Arne Riise, Ruiz, Murphy, Sidwell, Duff, Dempsey, Zamora. Subs: Etheridge, Baird, Johnson, Gecov, Hughes, Frei, Briggs.
Newcastle: Krul, Simpson, Williamson, Coloccini, Santon, Ben Arfa, Guthrie, Cabaye, Gutierrez, Best, Shola Ameobi. Subs: Elliot, Lovenkrands, Perch, Gosling, Ryan Taylor, Obertan, Ferguson.
Referee: Lee Mason (Lancashire)
Under the spotlight: Joey Barton returns to the QPR side following a three-match ban
14.27: Big game down at the bottom as 18th in the table take on 20th:
QPR v Wigan
QPR: Kenny, Young, Hall, Ferdinand, Hill, Mackie, Buzsaky, Barton, Wright-Phillips, Helguson, Campbell. Subs: Cerny, Orr, Derry, Bothroyd, Smith, Ramage, Macheda.
Wigan: Al Habsi, Gohouri, Caldwell, Boyce, Figueroa, Gomez, McCarthy, Watson, McArthur, Moses, Rodallega. Subs: Pollitt, Crusat, Di Santo, McManaman, Sammon, Stam, Lopez.
Referee: Jon Moss (W Yorkshire)
14.24: And from Goodison Park:
Everton v Blackburn
Everton: Howard, Neville, Duffy, Heitinga, Baines, Donovan, Gibson, Fellaini, Anichebe, Cahill, Saha. Subs: Mucha, Hibbert, Bilyaletdinov, Drenthe, Stracqualursi, Gueye, Vellios.
Blackburn: Robinson, Lowe, Dann, Givet, Olsson, Nzonzi, Hoilett, Petrovic, Dunn, Pedersen, Goodwillie. Subs: Bunn, Modeste, Formica, Rochina, Vukcevic, Hanley, Henley.
Referee: Mark Halsey (Lancashire)
14.21: Team news from the West Midlands derby:
Wolverhampton v Aston Villa
Wolverhampton: Hennessey, Foley, Johnson, Berra, Ward, Henry, Frimpong, Kightly, Edwards, Jarvis, Fletcher. Subs: De Vries, Stearman, Elokobi, Milijas, Ebanks-Blake, Hunt, Doyle.
Aston Villa: Given, Hutton, Collins, Dunne, Clark, Albrighton, Petrov, Gardner, Agbonlahor, Bent, Keane. Subs: Guzan, Cuellar, Bannan, Weimann, Warnock, Delfouneso, Baker.
Referee: Michael Oliver (Northumberland)
14.18: Meanwhile, if you need your dose of live football now may I suggest you follow our live coverage of Norwich v Chelsea with Nick Metcalfe. Our Nick has been a bit of a goal repellent in recent times, so find out here if that is still the case.
14.15: Now, I know what you are thinking – all the action is tomorrow. But while I agree that the showbiz games have been saved for the end of the weekend, there are plenty of Premier League sub-plots to keep us entertained today.
Can Wolves avoid a second derby defeat in a week Are Blackburn really turning the corner under Steve Kean Can Martin O'Neill continue his fine start at Sunderland Ninety minutes of football is what separates us from at least having a better idea. Team news coming up.
White Hart gain: Wolves will hope to replicate their performance that secured a draw at Tottenham last week