PREMIER LEAGUE LIVE: Follow all the action from around the grounds as it happens
15:15 GMT, 1 September 2012
Follow Sportsmail's coverage of the Barclays Premier League where there are four games featuring at 3pm including Tottenham v Norwich. Elsewhere, Swansea host Sunderland, West Brom welcome Everton, while Wigan entertain Stoke at the DW Stadium. Send your thoughts on all the day's action to me at [email protected] or contact me on Twitter @Ripinho.
Premier League (3pm)
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Swansea 1-2 Sunderland
Tottenham 0-0 Norwich
West Brom 0-0 Everton
West Ham 3-0 Fulham FT (1.30pm)
Wigan 2-1 Stoke
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16.16: While Adebayor is now on for Spurs, replacing Sigurdsson as the hosts go 4-4-2.
16.14: Bale fires just off target with an outrageous long range effort for struggling Spurs.
West Brom meanwhile are forced into a change as Stephen Reid is replaced by Billy Jones.
16.11: Still Norwich have the better chances as Grant Holt heads Snodgrass's cross off target.
16.08: GOAL! WIGAN 2-1 Stoke
The Latics storm back in front and it's the much improved Franco Di Santo that scores, firing home from 12 yards.
16.06: AVB has sacrificed Sandro in the Spurs midfield to hand Dembele his debut by the way, Norwich still on top though.
16.03: The second halves are back underway.
16.00: Sportsmail's Alex Kay seems to have found AVB's problem at White Hart Lane:
One up front when that one is five foot five or whatever doesn't work. Especially when you spend all day putting crosses in.One up front when that one is five foot five or whatever doesn't work. Especially when you spend all day putting crosses in.
Struggle: Tottenham's Jermain Defoe (right) had a quiet first half against Norwich
15.58: Sunderland with a deserved lead then, while Stoke rallied after falling behind to equalise at Wigan just before the break.
West Brom have wasted the best chance at home to Everton to break the deadlock, while Spurs have Friedel to thank they are not behind at home to Norwich.
Time for Mousa Dembele and Emmanuel Adebayor The hosts look very lost so far against a confident Norwich side.
15.55: From InfostradaLive:
With Stoke City and Swansea City having trailed today, Everton is the only Premier League side that has not been behind in 12/13 EPL season
15.52: GOAL! Swansea 1-2 SUNDERLAND
He is worth every penny! The last touch of the half comes from Steven Fletcher who restores the visitors' lead by sneaking in at the back post.
15.49: Half-time everywhere but Swansea, where time has been added on on for Taylor's ankle injury.
15.46: GOAL! SWANSEA 1-1 Sunderland
It's against the run of play but full credit to the hosts who are back in it after Wayne Routledge latches on to a Dyer flick to fire home.
15.45: What a save from Friedel! The 41-year-old somehow claws away a bullet header from Snodgrass to keep Tottenham level.
Back in it: Stoke's Jon Walters coverts a penalty to bring Stoke level with Wigan
15.43: GOAL! Wigan 1-1 STOKE
Another strong call from the referee as Maynor Figueroa handles inside the area. Jonathan Walters holds his nerve to fire home the penalty just before half-time.
15.42: GOAL! Swansea 0-1 SUNDERLAND
Did the Black Cats over pay for Steven Fletcher Not on this evidence as the Scottish striker runs into the box to coolly finish.
15.41: PENALTY (Stoke)
15.40: More subs at the Liberty Stadium, but this time for Sunderland as David Meyler replaces Lee Cattermole.
15.39: Charlie Adam has already come on for his Stoke debut, replacing Andy Wilkinson.
The former Liverpool midfielder nearly grabs an instant equaliser too but Wigan clear their lines following a mad scramble.
Heads up: West Brom's Shane Long contests an aerial ball with Everton's Sylvain Distin
15.36: Everton have responded to that Shane Long chance as Marouane Fellaini loops Hibbert's cross over the crossbar – arguably the visitors' best moment.
15.33: Spurs are not playing at their best but John Ruddy has been seriously tested in the Norwich goal. The England keeper parries away Gareth Bale's drive before also saving Sandro's follow up.
15.30: The goals are not flooding in so far and we can partly blame Shane Long for that. The West Brom striker gets into a great position six yards out, but his header from a Liam Ridgewell cross cannons off the bar. Should score.
15.27: An even game at Tottenham as Norwich go close through Bradley Johnson. The midfielder's first time effort flies just over the crossbar though.
15.24: Everton have also been forced into a change as Darron Gibson looks to have pulled a hamstring. The midfielder has been replaced by Tony Hibbert.
15.21: Yacob is fast becoming a hate figure for Everton as he appears to be fortunate not to concede a penalty after bundling over Nikica Jelavic.
Meanwhile at White Hart Lane, Jermain Defoe goes close for Spurs as he shoots wide following a decent run.
15.19: Taylor is being attended to by paramedics and physio as he is given oxygen. The Welsh full-back is being taken off on a stretcher and has been replaced by Ben Davies – let's hope he will be okay.
15.17: And a bigger worry for Swansea fans. Neil Taylor has gone down in tremendous pain and sadly he doesn't look like he is getting back up to continue this game…more soon.
15.14: Small worry for Everton fans. Steven Pienaar trudges off the pitch for treatment following a challenge from Claudio Yacob, but he is back on the pitch at the Hawthorns.
Spot on: Shaun Maloney's (left) penalty handed Wigan the lead against Stoke
15.12: Close from Norwich! A Robert Snodgrass free-kick into the box is headed towards goal by Russell Martin, but despite beating Brad Friedel, the defender's effort cannons off the woodwork. Don't forget Norwich won this fixture 2-1 last season.
15.10: Good effort from Nathan Dyer, as the Swansea forward skates past a defender before forcing Simon Mignolet into a smart save in the Sunderland goal.
15.07: Spurs once again are quick out of the blocks and go close through Gylfi Sigurdsson who whistles a shot wide of the post.
15.05: GOAL! WIGAN 1-0 Stoke
A clear-cut decision for me as Robert Huth handles inside the box, allowing Shaun Maloney to convert the resulting penalty.
15.04: PENALTY (Wigan)
Under pressure: Everton's Leon Osman (right) challenges West Brom's James Morrison for the ball
15.01: Away we go folks…
14.59: The players are making their way out across the country, always a good sign kick off is on the way. Some lovely late summer sunshine has even made an appearance.
14.56: From InfostradaLive:
Everton are unbeaten in their last 11 EPL matches. They have not gone 12 without defeat since 1984-85.
14.53: Stoke's transfer deadline day signings Charlie Adam and Maurice Edu are named on the bench for this afternoon's Barclays Premier League clash with Wigan at the DW Stadium.
Potters boss Tony Pulis makes six changes from the first XI that started Tuesday's Capital One Cup second-round defeat against Swindon, bringing the likes of captain Ryan Shawcross, goalkeeper Asmir Begovic and forwards Jon Walters and Peter Crouch back into the side.
For the Latics – who are without suspended defender Antolin Alcaraz – manager Roberto Martinez makes seven adjustments from their midweek cup victory over Nottingham Forest, with skipper Gary Caldwell and front men Arouna Kone and Franco Di Santo among those being restored.
14.50: Swansea manager Michael Laudrup elects to stick with the same starting XI that beat West Ham as his side look to go top of the Barclays Premier League with victory over Sunderland at the Liberty Stadium.
New signing Ki Sung-yueng has to make do with a place on the bench, with striker Itay Shechter is also among the substitutes after getting clearance to complete his loan move from Kaiserslautern.
Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill hands Premier League debuts to striker Steven Fletcher and winger Adam Johnson, with the big-money signings having made their Black Cats' bows in the midweek win over Morecambe.
Big chance: Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas starts with Jermain Defoe (above) over Emmanuel Adebayor
14.47: New signing Mousa Dembele has to settle for a place on the bench as Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas makes just one change for the visit of Norwich.
Gylfi Sigurdsson comes in for Rafael van der Vaart, who departed for Hamburg yesterday, and Villas-Boas opts for Jermain Defoe up front ahead of Emmanuel Adebayor.
Norwich manager Chris Hughton keeps faith with the same XI that drew with QPR last week, meaning Sebastien Bassong lines up in defence against his former club.
14.44: And finally from the Liberty Stadium where the hosts aim to make it three wins on the spin and go top of the table:
Swansea v Sunderland
Swansea: Vorm, Rangel, Williams, Chico, Taylor, Dyer, Britton, de Guzman, Routledge, Michu, Graham. Subs: Tremmel, Tate, Shechter, Moore, Ki, Agustien, Davies.
Sunderland: Mignolet, Gardner, Cuellar, O'Shea, Colback, Johnson, Larsson, Cattermole, McClean, Sessegnon, Fletcher. Subs: Westwood, Campbell, Kilgallon, Ji, Meyler, Bramble, Saha.
Referee: Roger East (Wiltshire)
14.41: Full line-ups from the Hawthorns as West Brom and Everton aim to maintain unbeaten starts:
West Brom v Everton
West Brom: Foster, Reid, Olsson, McAuley, Ridgewell, Yacob, Morrison, Mulumbu, Dorrans, Long, Fortune. Subs: Myhill, Rosenberg, Brunt, Gera, Odemwingie, Dawson, Jones.
Everton: Howard, Neville, Jagielka, Distin, Baines, Osman, Gibson, Naismith, Pienaar, Fellaini, Jelavic. Subs: Mucha, Hibbert, Heitinga, Mirallas, Gueye, Coleman, Anichebe.
Referee: Jon Moss (W Yorkshire)
14.38: Some breaking news coming through is that Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli is set to be ruled out for a month due to eye surgery this Tuesday. More details should follow on the home page soon…
14.36: It's full time at Upton Park where West Ham have recorded a 3-0 victory over Fulham. I fear for the Cottagers after this, sorry for the cliche but they really missed Mousa Dembele and Clint Dempsey.
The Hammers meanwhile are looking good on their Premier League return.
Heading back: Peter Crouch (top) returns to the Stoke side after starting on the bench mid-week
14.33: Full line-ups from the DW Stadium where the hosts are looking for back-to-back wins and the Potters their first win of the season:
Wigan v Stoke
Wigan: Al Habsi, Ramis, Caldwell, Figueroa, Boyce, McArthur, McCarthy, Beausejour, Kone, Di Santo, Maloney. Subs: Pollitt, Jones, Crusat, Watson, Gomez, Boselli, Miyaichi.
Stoke: Begovic, Wilkinson, Huth, Shawcross, Wilson, Whelan, Cameron, Whitehead, Kightly, Crouch, Walters. Subs: Sorensen, Pennant, Jones, Edu, Adam, Upson, Jerome.
Referee: Martin Atkinson (W Yorkshire)
14.30: From InfostradaLive:
Norwich have conceded in each of their last 34 EPL away matches – an all-time PL record & Spurs have scored in their last 25 at home
14.27: I can understand if all your thoughts in the last few days have been concentrated on the transfer window, so luckily I have a preview on this weekend's action for you to feed your eyes on.
Sportsmail's Martin Keown gives us his take on the upcoming drama this weekend in his Boot Room.
14.24: Full line-ups from White Hart Lane where Spurs and Norwich will hope to record their first victories of the season:
Tottenham v Norwich
Tottenham: Friedel, Walker, Gallas, Vertonghen, Assou-Ekotto, Livermore, Sandro, Lennon, Sigurdsson, Bale, Defoe. Subs: Cudicini, Huddlestone, Adebayor, Naughton, Dembele, Townsend, Caulker.
Norwich: Ruddy, Russell Martin, Bassong, Barnett, Garrido, Johnson, Howson, Snodgrass, Pilkington, Holt, Jackson. Subs: Rudd, Turner, Surman, Hoolahan, Morison, Tierney, Tettey.
Referee: Mark Halsey (Lancashire)
Last gasp hero: James Morrison (front) secured a point in injury time for West Brom at Spurs last week
14.21: West Brom boss Steve Clarke keeps faith with the side which drew at Tottenham last weekend for the home Barclays Premier League clash with Everton.
Midfielder James Morrison has recovered from an ankle injury but on-loan Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku – a substitute at White Hart Lane – is ruled out with his own ankle setback.
Everton manager David Moyes names the line-up which won 3-1 at Aston Villa last weekend – their second successive league win.
14.18: There is one game in the Premier League happening right now and it's at Upton Park.
Click here to join Alex Horlock and see whether Andy Carroll is hammering the goals in for West Ham on his debut, or whether Dimitar Berbatov is turning on the style for Fulham.
14.15: It's not even been a day since the transfer window closed and already we are starting to see the fall-out.
Well I am feeling it anyway, after constantly refreshing for live updates last night my poor F5 button couldn't take it anymore and gave up on me.
But will the purchases made by Premier League clubs in the last few days turn out to be last minute panic buys or inspired late deals Four fixtures today will provide some clues and the team news is coming up.
Main action: Swansea, Everton, Tottenham and West Brom feature at 3pm