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Saturday, September 15 results

Watch: All the goals as Vorm blunders allow Wijnaldum and Firmino to fire Liverpool to Wembley win over Tottenham 

Eden Hazard extends Chelsea’s perfect start with hat-trick against Cardiff 

Watch: Olivier Giroud is the best target man in the WORLD, claims Chelsea's hat-trick hero Eden Hazard 

Guardiola pleased he put faith in Sane

Leroy Sane seizes centre stage as champions City beat Fulham

More to come from Ozil – Emery 

Fraser double steers Cherries to another impressive win 

Terrific Terriers keep on winning as Benitez laments another loss

Watford (3) v Man Utd (10)

Watford have no fresh injury concerns. Winger Gerard Deulofeu has been out with a groin problem in recent weeks and suffered a minor injury on his return to training, but should be back soon. Midfielder Tom Cleverley (Achilles) is the Hornets' only long-term absentee.

Marcus Rashford starts a three-match domestic ban after his red card against Burnley, but Luke Shaw could feature despite sustaining concussion last weekend. Ander Herrera (ankle) and Marouane Fellaini (back) are doubts, while Marcos Rojo and Diogo Dalot will step up their return from injury when the under-23s face Reading on Friday.

Last season: Man Utd 1 Watford 0, Watford 2 Man Utd 4

Last five league matches: Watford L W W W W; Man Utd W W L L W

Top scorers (all competitions): Roberto Pereyra (Watford) 3; Romelu Lukaku (Man Utd) 3

Match odds: H 3-1 A 10-11 D 12-5

Referee: Mike Dean (Wirral)

Sunday, September 16

Everton (7) v West Ham (20)

Everton's injury crisis has eased with Theo Walcott, Idrissa Gana Gueye, Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Bernard all in contention. Defender Yerry Mina trained with the squad for the first time since his

move from Barcelona after recovering from a foot injury, while midfielder James McCarthy has also returned from a broken leg. Defender Seamus Coleman will be out for two weeks with a stress fracture of the foot and forward Richarlison serves the final match of his suspension, while Phil Jagielka (knee), Andre Gomes (hamstring) and Michael Keane (head) are still absent.

Jack Wilshere will miss the trip after picking up an ankle problem in training. West Ham will assess the former Arsenal star next week before determining how long he will be out of action. Striker Javier Hernandez has a virus so will also miss out, while Andy Carroll, Manuel Lanzini and Winston Reid remain long-term absentees.

Last season: West Ham 3 Everton 1, Everton 4 West Ham 0

Last five league matches: Everton L D W D D; West Ham W L L L L

Top scorers (all competitions): Dominic Calvert-Lewin & Richarlison (Everton) 3; Marko Arnautovic (West Ham) 2

Match odds: H 21-20 A 12-5 D 13-5

Referee: Martin Atkinson (W Yorkshire)

Wolves (11) v Burnley (19)

Wolves could be without Raul Jimenez as the forward, who scored on the opening day of the season against Everton, suffered a muscle injury while away on international duty with Mexico. Portuguese winger Ivan Cavaleiro is yet to play this campaign due to a back problem and he will remain out.

Burnley have Johan Berg Gudmundsson back available, but Ben Gibson is out. Winger Gudmundsson has recovered after missing the 2-0 home loss to Manchester United last time out due to a hamstring problem. Gibson, who was also not a part of the squad for that game, is to see a specialist about his groin issue. Fellow defender Stephen Ward is fit again after a foot injury.

Last season: No corresponding fixture

Last five league matches: Wolves L D L D W; Burnley L D L L L

Top scorers (all competitions): Willy Boly, Leo Bonatini, Helder Costa, Raul Jimenez, Ruben Neves & Adama Traore (Wolves) 1; Jack Cork, James Tarkowski & Chris Wood (Burnley) 2

Match odds: H 3-4 A 19-5 D 5-2

Referee: Andre Marriner (West Midlands)

Monday, September 17

Southampton (12) v Brighton (14)

Southampton expect to have striking trio Charlie Austin, Shane Long and Danny Ings available. Austin (hamstring) and Long (toe) have been absent from training this week, while Ings has been suffering with a blister. Saints have no other selection concerns.

Florin Andone and Jose Izquierdo could make their first appearances of the season for Brighton. Romania forward Andone, a summer signing from Deportivo La Coruna, has been sidelined with a groin problem, while Colombia winger Izquierdo has been building his fitness following his involvement in the World Cup. Defenders Bruno and Lewis Dunk are available following their recent injury problems.

Last season: Southampton 1 Brighton 1, Brighton 1 Southampton 1

Last five league matches: Southampton L D L L W; Brighton L L W L D

Top scorers (all competitions): Danny Ings (Southampton) 2; Glenn Murray (Brighton) 3

Match odds: H 1-1 A 29-10 D 9-4

Referee: Anthony Taylor (Cheshire)

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