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Follow Mail Sports live blog for all the action, latest score and news from all four 3pm kick-offs as Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal side travel to Burnley, whilst Fulham host Aston Villa, Newcastle take on Bournemouth, Nottingham Forest play West Ham and Spurs face Wolves all at 3pm today.

GOAL – Burnley 0-4 Arsenal (Leandro Trossard)

This is starting to get ugly for Burnley.

Trossard gets in on the act having already missed a couple of big chances.

Will Arteta think about using his bench with a Champions League clash against Porto coming up in midweek?

GOAL – Tottenham 1-2 Wolves (Joao Gomes)

Two for Wolves, two for Gomes and they’re back in front.

Neto goes down the wing and plays it back to him, and it’s a fantastic strike. What a game this is turning in to!

Burnley 0-3 Arsenal

This doesn’t look good for Burnley’s Aaron Ramsey who needs to be taken off and has been given gas and air after appearing to go over awkwardly on his knee.

Let’s hope that’s not as bad as it originally looked.

GOAL – Fulham 0-2 Aston Villa (Ollie Watkins)

The goals are coming thick and fast now!

Lovely ball in behind from Tielemans and watkins keeps his cool to fire home. That should be three points for Villa now.

GOAL – Newcastle 1-1 Bournemouth (Anthony Gordon, penalty)

Neto goes the right way but Gordon’s strike is too good for him to stop.

Newcastle are level with just over half an hour to go.

Newcastle 0-1 Bournemouth

A silly shirt pull from Smith on Guimaraes and after a lengthy VAR check, a penalty has been given. Huge chance for Newcastle to equalise.

Nottingham Forest 1-0 West Ham

Forest go close to doubling their lead as Elanga hits one that goes just off target.

West Ham need to find something here to avoid another defeat.

GOAL – Newcastle 0-1 Bournemouth (Dominic Solanke)

Bournemouth go straight up the other end and they’re in front!

It’s a disastrous moment for Dubravka as he slips when trying to clear the ball and Solanke pounces to find the net.

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Newcastle 0-0 Bournemouth

Nearly the opening goal of the game for Newcastle who have started the second half much better.

Almiron goes alone rather than trying to pick out Barnes in the middle and his effort goes just wide.

GOAL – Tottenham 1-1 Wolves (Dejan Kulusevski)

Tottenham come flying out the blocks at the start of the second half and they’re level!

They didn’t manage a shot on target in the first half, but Kulusevski grabs a crucial goal now as he reacts quickest to the ball bobbling through to him after a deflection off Gomes. Game on!

LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 17: Dejan Kulusevski of Tottenham Hotspur celebrates scoring his team's first goal during the Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Wolverhampton Wanderers at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on February 17, 2024 in London, England. (Photo by Alex Pantling/Getty Images)

GOAL – Burnley 0-3 Arsenal (Bukayo Saka)

Lovely ball through from Odegaard, and Saka dummies to go onto his favoured left foot before choosing to go on his right.

It doesn’t matter as he still finds the back of the net, and that may well be game over.

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We are back underway…

The second halves around the country are just getting started. A big 45 minutes for a number of clubs coming up.

Ian Wright hails ‘world class’ Saka

Rio Ferdinand may not be convinced Saka is world class yet, but Ian Wright certainly is after his goal from the spot today!

Is there any way back for Burnley?

That was a dominant half from Arsenal, and they looked a class above Burnley.

Vincent Kompany will need to deliver a big team talk to try and inspire his side to get back into this after the break.

Arsenal's English midfielder #07 Bukayo Saka (C) celebrates with teammates after scoring their second goal from the penalty spot during the English Premier League football match between Burnley and Arsenal at Turf Moor in Burnley, north-west England on February 17, 2024. (Photo by Andy Buchanan / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or 'live' services. Online in-match use limited to 120 images. An additional 40 images may be used in extra time. No video emulation. Social media in-match use limited to 120 images. An additional 40 images may be used in extra time. No use in betting publications, games or single club/league/player publications. /  (Photo by ANDY BUCHANAN/AFP via Getty Images)

Half time scores

It’s half time in all five Premier League games. Here are the latest scores…

Newcastle 0-0 Bournemouth

Nottingham Forest 1-0 West Ham

Fulham 0-1 Aston Villa

Fulham are hanging on here.

Watkins misses a great chance, and then Lenglet has a decent opportunity from a corner. The visitors will feel they could have put this game to bed.

GOAL – Nottingham Forest 1-0 West Ham (Taiwo Awoniyi)

Forest finally have the goal they have deserved all half.

Awoniyi holds off his man with great strength and never looked like missing. A huge goal for Forest as West Ham’s misery continues.

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Burnley 0-2 Arsenal (Half time)

So far so good for Arsenal.

They have been much the better team so far, and have a two-goal cushion thanks to goals from Odegaard and Saka.

Tottenham 0-1 Wolves

Wolves are on top after taking the lead and Vicario has to make a sharp stop to deny Sarabia.

Sarabia may have been offside but Vicario wasn’t to know that.

GOAL – Tottenham 0-1 Wolves (Joao Gomes)

What a day for the away sides so far!

Wolves have now taken a shock lead as Gomes scores with a bullet corner from a set-piece.

Well deserved for Wolves who have not given Tottenham much at all in this first half.

LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 17: Joao Gomes of Wolverhampton Wanderers celebrates scoring his team's first goal during the Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Wolverhampton Wanderers at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on February 17, 2024 in London, England. (Photo by Alex Pantling/Getty Images)

Fulham 0-1 Aston Villa

Villa think they’ve scored again as Moreno scores after a Watkins flick on.

It’s so tight and VAR check for offside for what seems like an age. It’s finally decided that Moreno is offside by the slimmest of margins.

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GOAL – Burnley 0-2 Arsenal (Bukayo Saka, penalty)

Saka steps up at fires past Trafford.

2-0 Arsenal, and it’s a long way back for Burnley now.

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Burnley 0-1 Arsenal

Trossard is taken out by Esteve, a chance for the Gunners to go 2-0 up.

Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

Tottenham have had 65 per cent possession so far but are yet to find a breakthrough.

Wolves doing a good job of frustrating Ange Postecoglou’s side.

Burnley 0-1 Arsenal

Havertz and Saka work the ball to Trossard who is 10 yards out, but he inexplicably misses his kick.

Burnley still in this but they’re living dangerously!

Nottingham Forest 0-0 West Ham

Now a chance for West Ham, but Bowen’s touch lets him down after good work from Kudus.

A goal looks to be on the way in that game, very open at both ends.

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Nottingham Forest 0-0 West Ham

No goals at the City Ground yet, but there could have been.

Gibbs-White gets into a very promising position, but his finish isn’t quite good enough.

Fulham 0-1 Aston Villa

Nearly a second for Villa!

Bailey cuts inside and hits a shot that clips the crossbar. Villa taking control now.

Sad news for Martinelli FPL owners!

Fantasy Premier League have confirmed Martinelli will not get the assist for Odegaard’s goal after his cut back got a ‘significant deflection’.

Newcastle 0-0 Bournemouth

Another important save from Dubravka to deny a stretching Solanke after a fine Bournemouth move.

The visitors are looking good so far, and Dubravka has had to be on top form.

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GOAL – Fulham 0-1 Aston Villa (Ollie Watkins)

Sloppy from Fulham as they give possession away from a throw-in.

Villa quickly break and Watkins holds off Diop before firing into the net. Villa in front after two offside goals at Craven Cottage.

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Fulham 0-0 Aston Villa

Have Fulham taken the lead here? Ream heads home a free-kick but the flag goes up.

It’s very tight, but the offside is eventually confirmed. Still 0-0.

Burnley 0-1 Arsenal

The home side are yet to trouble Arsenal goalkeeper David Raya so far.

Mikel Arteta will be happy with what he’s seen from his side so far.

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Newcastle 0-0 Bournemouth

Big chance for Bournemouth as Solanke goes through on goal but Dubravka makes a crucial save.

Very open in that game so far.

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Burnley 0-1 Arsenal

Dangerous times for Burnley as Trossard races through and Trafford does well to force him wide.

The flag belatedly goes up but it looked tight. Arsenal well on top after that Odegaard opener.

Dan Ashworth in attendance at St James’ Park

Newcastle 0-0 Bournemouth

A fast start at St James’ Park as well.

Anthony Gordon almost opened the scoring a few moments ago by charging down a clearance, but his block just went wide.

Tottenham 0-0 Wolves

Wolves will wonder how they’re not in front as Hwang misses a great chance from just over six yards out.

It’s been a frantic start at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Nottingham Forest appoint Mark Clattenburg as their new referees’ analyst

A bit of news away from the pitch for Nottingham Forest.

They have appointed Mark Clattenburg as their new referees’ analyst, turning to the former Premier League official.

GOAL – Burnley 0-1 Arsenal (Martin Odegaard)

The dream start for Arsenal!

Rice drives forward and finds Martinelli. His cut back gives Odegaard time and after one touch he fires into the corner of the net.

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Burnley 0-0 Arsenal

Arsenal enjoying most of the possession in the early stages as expected, but Burnley aren’t letting them settle just yet.

Fulham 0-0 Aston Villa

The ball is in the net at Craven Cottage and Watkins briefly thinks he’s scored but the flag ges up for offside.

VAR confirms it’s the correct decision.

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And we’re off!

The whistle blows and we are underway at Turf Moor.

Here come the teams…

The players are out on the pitch and we are almost ready to go.

A huge game at both ends of the table. Should be a fascinating one.

Warm-ups over, it’s nearly game time!

The warm-ups are done, and the players will be emerging from the tunnel soon for this afternoon’s games.

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Can Arsenal’s men follow the women’s example?

It has been a fantastic day for Arsenal so far, with their women’s team just beating Man United 3-1 in front of a sold-out Emirates Stadium.

Can the men’s team make it double delight over the next couple of hours?

Can Son inspire Spurs win?

Son Heung-min is back in the Tottenham starting XI after coming off the bench in last week’s dramatic win against Brighton.

He is still sporting trapping on his finger after dislocating it during an argument with his South Korea team-mates at the Asian Cup, but Ange Postecoglou insists that incident just proves Son’s inner steel.

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Pressure on Arsenal after emphatic Liverpool win

Arsenal will start this afternoon’s game five points behind Liverpool after the Reds beat Brentford 4-1 in today’s lunchtime kick-off.

Can the Gunners handle the pressure to keep pace with Jurgen Klopp’s side?

Liverpool's Mohamed Salah celebrates scoring his sides third goal during the English Premier League soccer match between Brentford and Liverpool at the Gtech Community Stadium in London, Saturday, Feb. 17, 2024. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)

Can Michail Antonio make the difference for West Ham?

West Ham have looked toothless up front in recent weeks, but have Michail Antonio back today. Can he make a big difference for Moyes’s men?

Warm-ups underway

Warm-ups have begun all around the country, with kick-off less than 40 minutes away.

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Landmark day for Newcastle’s Martin Dubravka

Newcastle goalkeeper Martin Dubravka will make his 150th appearance for the club this afternoon.

Can he mark it with a clean sheet and three points?

Emile Smith Rowe back in the Arsenal squad

Emile Smith Rowe missed Arsenal’s win at West Ham last week after twisting his ankle in training.

It has proved to be just a minor issue for him, though, as he is back in the squad this afternoon. A welcome boost for the Gunners.

Kalvin Phillips and Michail Antonio back for West Ham

Kalvin Phillips and Michail Antonio both start for West Ham as David Moyes rings the changes after last week’s thrashing by Arsenal.

Kurt Zouma was taken off at half time in that game, but will captain the Hammers today.

Morgan Gibbs-White captains Nottingham Forest

Morgan Gibbs-White will captain Nottingham Forest today.

Exciting wingers Callum Hudson-Odoi and Anthony Elanga both start for Nuno Espirito Santo’s side.

No Armando Broja for Fulham

Fulham will have to cope without on-loan Chelsea striker Armando Broja who has been ruled out through illness.

Aston Villa aiming to get back on track

Pau Torres returns for Villa after a recent injury, with John McGinn captaining the side and Ollie Watkins up front.

Dominic Solanke leads the line for Bournemouth

Bournemouth will be looking to bounce back after defeat at Fulham last weekend.

Dominic Solanke leads the line against a team he was linked with in January.

Harvey Barnes fit to start for Newcastle

Harvey Barnes makes his first start since returning to the squad after a serious toe injury.

No place in the Newcastle squad for Alexander Isak, though.

Hwang returns for Wolves

Just one change for Wolves after their loss against Brentford last week as Hwang Hee-chan replaces the injured Matheus Cunha.

Son starts for Spurs

Tottenham captain Son Heung-min is back in the starting XI for Tottenham’s home clash with Wolves.

Emerson Royal and Ben Davies come in for the injured Pedro Porro and Destiny Udogie.

Burnley XI to face Arsenal

Can Vincent Kompany’s men pull off a major upset to revive their survival hopes?

Arsenal unchanged

Mikel Arteta names the same XI that thrashed West Ham 6-0 last weekend.

Eddie Howe’s fears over Man United target Dan Ashworth

Will today be Dan Ashworth’s final game at Newcastle?

The sporting director has been heavily linked with Man United, and Eddie Howe wants a quick resolution to his future due to concerns over the level of information that Ashworth has when it comes to Newcastle’s transfer targets.

Team news on the way…

We will bring you today’s team news from 2pm.

Who do you want to see starting for your side this afternoon?

Tottenham make most money of Premier League clubs per match

A UEFA report has revealed Tottenham make the most money per game of all Premier League clubs.

They sit third on the list of Europe’s top clubs, ahead of the likes of Arsenal, Man United and Liverpool.

Arsenal arrive at Turf Moor

Arsenal’s players have arrived at Turf Moor as they look to maintain their title push at relegation-threatened Burnley.

David Moyes urges West Ham stars to take responsibility

It has been a tough couple of weeks for West Ham after 3-0 and 6-0 defeats at Man United and Arsenal, respectively.

David Moyes has called on his players to take responsibility for their ‘disappointing’ defending, as they look to get back on track at Nottingham Forest today.

Injuries piling up for Aston Villa

Aston Villa are enduring their most difficult period of the season after losing their last two games against Chelsea and Man United.

Their cause was not helped earlier this week when it was confirmed Boubacar Kamara will not play again this season after tearing his ACL.

Can they bounce back and get a positive result at Fulham this afternoon?

Newcastle aiming to make St James’ Park a fortress again

Newcastle have had a very good home record under Eddie Howe, but have not won any of their last three home games.

They will look to end that run against Bournemouth today, and are likely to be reliant on key midfielder Bruno Guimaraes, who is just one booking away from a two-match suspension.

Tottenham without first-choice full backs

Tottenham host Wolves this afternoon but will have to get a result without injured pair Pedro Porro and Destiny Udogie.

Ange Postecoglou has confirmed the full backs are unavailable, but will Spurs be able to cope without them?

Kylian Mbappe to Arsenal?

Kylian Mbappe is set to leave PSG this summer after informing the club he will not be extending his contract.

Real Madrid are the favourites to secure his signature, but Mikel Arteta insists Arsenal should be ‘in the conversation’ as a potential option for the World Cup winner.

Good afternoon!

Hello and welcome to our live coverage of this afternoon’s Premier League action. We have five games kicking off at 3pm, with title-chasing Arsenal travelling to Burnley.

We will also bring you updates from Tottenham vs Wolves, Newcastle vs Bournemouth, Fulham vs Aston Villa and Nottingham Forest vs West Ham.

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  • GOAL – Burnley 0-3 Arsenal (Bukayo Saka)

  • GOAL – Burnley 0-2 Arsenal (Bukayo Saka, penalty)

  • GOAL – Burnley 0-1 Arsenal (Martin Odegaard)

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