PREMIER LEAGUE LIVE: Follow the action from around the grounds as it happens
15:52 GMT, 10 November 2012
Follow Sportsmail's coverage of the Barclays Premier League as Arsenal's London derby at home to Fulham starts the weekend along with five other 3pm kick-offs. Elsewhere it is Everton v Sunderland, Reading v Norwich, Southampton v Swansea, Stoke v QPR and Wigan v West Brom. Send me your thoughts on the action at email@example.com or contact me on Twitter @Ripinho.
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Arsenal 2-2 Fulham
Everton 0-1 Sunderland
Reading 0-0 Norwich
Southampton 0-0 Swansea
Stoke 0-0 QPR
Wigan 1-2 West Brom
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15.50: Half-time: Reading 0-0 Norwich
Half-time: Wigan 1-2 West Brom
15.49: Half-time: Arsenal 2-2 Fulham
Half-time: Everton 0-1 Sunderland
15.48: Half-time: Southampton 0-0 Swansea
Half-time: Southampton 0-0 Swansea
15.48: GOAL! Everton 0-1 SUNDERLAND
15.46: GOAL! WIGAN 1-2 West Brom
15.45: GOAL! Wigan 0-2 WEST BROM
The credit goes to Billy Jones, whose cross is a decent one across the penalty area but the goal goes to Gary Caldwell who turns the ball into his own goal.
15.42: GOAL! Arsenal 2-2 FULHAM
Who saw this coming at 2-0 Berbatov is involved again as he crosses for Alex Kacaniklic to head home an equaliser for the Cottagers.
15.39: Instant response from Sunderland though as Jack Colback forces a fine low save from Howard.
15.36: Close to an opener for Everton. Leighton Baines cross picks out Nikica Jelavic inside the box, but the Croatian fires over the crossbar.
A hamstring injury has forced Kevin Mirallas off for the home side with Steven Naismith on in his place.
15.33: GOAL! Wigan 0-1 WEST BROM
What a side this Baggies side are becoming. It's brilliance all round, first from Chris Brunt's cross, then from James Morrison's finish from close range.
15.30: GOAL! Arsenal 2-1 FULHAM
Deary me, Arsenal still can't defend corners as former Tottenham striker Dimitar Berbatov heads home Bryan Ruiz's set-piece unmarked.
15.28: Fairly even game still at Reading as Bradley Johnson fires over for Norwich following good play from Wes Hoolahan.
15.25: GOAL! ARSENAL 2-0 Fulham
Strange scenes at the Emirates. Kieran Richardson has had to go off with a hamstring injury, but the visitors failed to send on a sub and have conceded with 10 men.
Mikel Arteta finds himself in acres of space before unselfishly squaring for Lukas Podolski to fire home. Alex Kacaniklic finally comes on for the Cottagers.
15.22: From Sportsmail's Dominic King at Goodison Park:
Lively start here. Two players stand out for Everton: Baines & Mirallas. If Moyes thinks Mirallas can still improve, he'll be some operator.
Saying that Sunderland have had best chances. Sessegnon and Fletcher both might have done better when through on goal, Sessegnon especially.
15.20: From OptaJoe:
0 – Following Olivier Giroud's goal, Sunderland are now the only Premier League side yet to score a headed goal this season. Nuts.
15.17: And another chance for Southampton as Gaston Ramirez curls narrowly wide from 20 yards.
15.15: The Southampton fans sung praises for under pressure Nigel Adkins before the game, and their team seems to be responding.
Ricki Lambert nods the ball down to Adam Lallana but his strike is well saved by Swansea's Gerhard Tremmel.
Head boy: Olivier Giroud's header from Theo Walcott's corner gave Arsenal the lead against Fulham
15.12: GOAL! ARSENAL 1-0 Fulham
It's not often we see the Gunners threaten from a set-piece but they take the lead with one at the Emirates Stadium as Olivier Giroud heads home Theo Walcott's corner.
15.10: Stephane Sessegnon appears to be playing up front with Steven Fletcher today and it very nearly pays instant reward for Sunderland.
The latter plays in the former but Tim Howard makes a great save to deny the forward.
15.07: QPR come out fighting at Stoke, with Djibril Cisse's cross for Junior Hoilett at the back post just evading the forward.
15.04: Even start at Arsenal, with Fulham's Bryan Ruiz seeing a shot on goal deflected wide.
Respect: Reading players observe a minutes' silence before their game against Norwich
15.01: After a minutes' silence for Remembrance Sunday tomorrow, we get underway.
15.00: From Sportsmail's Dominic King at Goodison park:
Great reception, as expected, for Leon Osman as his name is read out. Has a nice ring to describing him as an 'England international'
14.57: The teams are out across the country, one positive sign that kick-off is on the way.
14.54: From InfostradaLive:
Fulham have won one of their last 39 #EPL away London derbies – the1-0 win at #QPR in February #AFC
14.51: As ever we have Martin Keown previewing the weekend's action for Sportsmail, so check out the former Arsenal defender's Boot Room.
14.48: Stoke boss Tony Pulis makes two changes to his first XI for this afternoon's Barclays Premier League clash with QPR at the Britannia Stadium.
The alterations from last Saturday's 1-0 loss at Norwich see winger Matthew Etherington – named in the Potters starting line-up for the first time since the opening day of the season – and midfielder Glenn Whelan replace Michael Kightly and Dean Whitehead, who both drop to the bench.
For the visitors, still looking for their first win of the campaign, there is one adjustment from their 1-1 home draw with Reading last Sunday as Alejandro Faurlin comes in for Jamie Mackie.
Form man: Theo Walcott keeps his place for Arsenal after scoring at Schalke mid-week
14.45: Theo Walcott retains his place in the Arsenal team for only his second Barclays Premier League start of the season as Fulham come to the Emirates Stadium.
Walcott netted in the midweek Champions League draw at Schalke, and the Gunners make only one enforced change as Francis Coquelin replaces suspended midfielder Jack Wilshere.
England international Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is on the bench after recovering from a hip injury, along with goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny, who had been out with an ankle problem.
Fulham go into the game level on points with Arsenal.
The Cottagers make three changes following last week's draw with Everton, as Ashkan Dejagah, Steve Sidwell and Kieran Richardson come into the starting XI.
14.42: And finally from the Emirates Stadium where Arsenal, despite a wobbly couple of weeks, could go fourth with a victory:
Arsenal v Fulham
Arsenal: Mannone, Sagna, Koscielny, Mertesacker, Vermaelen, Coquelin, Arteta, Cazorla, Walcott, Podolski, Giroud. Subs: Szczesny, Andre Santos, Oxlade Chamberlain, Ramsey, Arshavin, Jenkinson, Chamakh.
Fulham: Schwarzer, Riether, Hughes, Hangeland, Riise, Ruiz, Baird, Sidwell, Richardson, Berbatov, Dejagah. Subs: Stockdale, Senderos, Petric, Karagounis, Duff, Rodallega, Kacaniklic.
Referee: Phil Dowd (Staffordshire)
14.39: Teenage left-back Luke Shaw is set to become the youngest ever Southampton player to start a Premier League match in this afternoon's clash with Swansea.
The 17-year-old came off the bench in Monday's 2-0 defeat to West Brom and is named in the starting line-up at St Mary's, where Jack Cork returns after injury and Jason Puncheon also comes in.
Swansea name the same team that drew 1-1 with Chelsea last weekend, with former Southampton defender Garry Monk captaining the Welsh side.
Young prospect: Luke Shaw (right) makes his first Premier League start for Southampton
14.36: Bottom of the table Saints look shot for confidence at this point – can Swansea take advantage of a defence that has more holes than a tennis racket
Southampton v Swansea
Southampton: Gazzaniga, Clyne, Yoshida, Fonte, Shaw, Puncheon, Cork, Schneiderlin, Lallana, Lambert, Ramirez. Subs: Kelvin Davis, Hooiveld, Steven Davis, Rodriguez, Fox, Ward-Prowse, Mayuka.
Swansea: Tremmel, Rangel, Williams, Monk, Davies, Ki, Britton, de Guzman, Hernandez, Michu, Routledge. Subs: Cornell, Tate, Dyer, Shechter, Moore, Tiendalli, Agustien.
Referee: Andre Marriner (W Midlands)
14.33: Remember when Wigan would struggle for successive wins Well Roberto Martinez continues to wave his magic at the DW Stadium as the Latics aim to record a third straight Premier League victory which could take them as high as tenth (if they win 7-0):
Wigan v West Brom
Wigan: Al Habsi, Ramis, Caldwell, Figueroa, Boyce, McCarthy, Watson, Beausejour, Kone, Di Santo, Maloney. Subs: Pollitt, Jones, Gomez, McManaman, Boselli, Fyvie, Stam.
West Brom: Myhill, Jones, McAuley, Olsson, Ridgewell, Mulumbu, Yacob, Lukaku, Morrison, Brunt, Long. Subs: Luke Daniels, Popov, Rosenberg, Dorrans, Gera, Odemwingie, Tamas.
Referee: Neil Swarbrick (Lancashire)
14.30: Everton manager David Moyes names an unchanged side for the visit of Sunderland as the Toffees look to extend their seven-match unbeaten run.
The Scot sticks with the same 11 which drew at Fulham last weekend, their fourth successive league draw.
Sunderland are without captain Lee Cattermole and Phil Bardsley, both injured, so Danny Rose and James McClean return to the side as the only two changes from the defeat at home to Aston Villa.
14.27: Big opportunity for Everton this afternoon when they host a shot-shy Sunderland at Goodison Park. Three points will put them just two points behind third-placed Manchester City:
Everton v Sunderland
Everton: Howard, Coleman, Jagielka, Heitinga, Baines, Mirallas, Osman, Neville, Pienaar, Fellaini, Jelavic. Subs: Mucha, Oviedo, Naismith, Distin, Hitzlsperger, Gueye, Vellios.
Sunderland: Mignolet, Gardner, O'Shea, Cuellar, Rose, Johnson, Larsson, Colback, McClean, Fletcher, Sessegnon. Subs: Westwood, Wickham, McFadden, Kilgallon, Vaughan, Bramble, Saha.
Referee: Lee Mason (Lancashire)
Djibril to the rescue: Cisse scored QPR's equaliser in a 1-1 draw with Reading last Sunday
14.24: Speaking of first wins, that's what QPR will try do achieve when they visit the Britannia Stadium:
Stoke v QPR
Stoke: Begovic, Wilkinson, Huth, Shawcross, Cameron, Nzonzi, Walters, Whelan, Adam, Etherington, Crouch. Subs: Sorensen, Palacios, Jones, Whitehead, Upson, Kightly, Jerome.
QPR: Julio Cesar, Bosingwa, Ferdinand, Nelsen, Traore, Diakite, Faurlin, Granero, Hoilett, Taarabt, Cisse. Subs: Green, Derry, Hill, Wright Phillips, Mackie, Onuoha, Zamora. Referee: Martin Atkinson (W Yorkshire)
14.21: Reading goalkeeper Adam Federici is handed his first league start since August as the Royals look for their first Barclays Premier League win of the season at home to Norwich.
Federici comes back into Brian McDermott's line-up for his first league appearance since the 4-2 defeat at Chelsea in the second game of the season, with first-choice goalkeeper Alex McCarthy missing due to a shoulder injury.
Chris Hughton names the same Norwich side that secured a 1-0 victory at home to Stoke last weekend hoping to pick up a first away league win of the campaign.
14.18: First bit of news comes from the Madejski Stadium, where bottom-three side Reading are still searching for their first win of the season:
Reading v Norwich
Reading: Federici, Gunter, Morrison, Gorkss, Shorey, McCleary, Leigertwood, Tabb, McAnuff, Roberts, Hunt. Subs: Stuart Taylor, Mariappa, Pogrebnyak, Le Fondre, Kebe, Robson-Kanu, Cummings.
Norwich: Ruddy, Whittaker, Turner, Bassong, Garrido, Snodgrass, Tettey, Johnson, Pilkington, Hoolahan, Holt. Subs: Bunn, Howson, Jackson, Morison, Elliott Bennett, Tierney, Ryan Bennett.
Referee: Chris Foy (Merseyside)
14.15: Last week it was the Capital One Cup, this weekend it is the Champions League and Europa League that the Premier League has a tough task to follow up.
Europe's action mid-week received a double thumbs up from me, so minus the offside controversy and floodlights failures – let's hope for more of the same today.
Team news as ever is on the way.
Back on track Lukas Podolski's Arsenal will hope to bounce back from last week's loss at Manchester United