Follow the latest Premier League updates and scores, with six games starting at 15:00, when Liverpool tries to extend the lead at the top of the seven-point standings.
With Manchester City not playing until Sunday, Liverpool can put pressure on Crystal Palace at Anfield, while Manchester United are also at home with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looking to continue his winning streak against Brighton and Hove Albion.
Newcastle United need a home win to exit the relegation zone in front of Cardiff City, the team directly above them, while Bournemouth and West Ham meet in a half-table meeting at Vitality Stadium. That is not the only clash on the south coast when the resurgent Southampton army fights against Everton, and Watford faces Burnley on Vicarage Road. Follow the live action below.
2019-01-19T16: 37: 55.796Z
Bournemouth 1-0 West Ham, 78 minutes
Samir Nasri puts Artur Boruc in trouble from the distance, but the Bournemouth goalkeeper saves Nasri's hard blow well.
Bournemouth clings for the moment.
2019-01-19T16: 34: 14.593Z
OBJECTIVE! Liverpool 3-2 Crystal Palace (Mohamed Salah, 75 minutes)
Salah double, and Liverpool back in front!
Julian Speroni makes the right mistake on a cross by James Milner, dribbles to his own net and Mohamed Salah scores the simplest goal.
2019-01-19T16: 32: 16.556Z
OBJECTIVE! Manchester United 2-1 Brighton (Pascal Gross, 72 minutes)
Hope for Brighton!
A delightful step outside the box by Davy Propper nourishes Pascal Gross who finds the goal to bring Brighton back to Old Trafford.
2019-01-19T16: 30: 03.583Z
Bournemouth 1-0 West Ham, 70 minutes
Callum Wilson is so close to a second, but Lukasz Fabianski's fingertips and woodworking come together to keep his punctured effort.
2019-01-19T16: 25: 41.540Z
GOAL! Liverpool 2-2 Crystal Palace (James Tomkins, 65 minutes)
The building is new level!
A corner is thrown into the box by visitors and James Tomkins rises superbly to beat Alisson with a header.
2019-01-19T16: 25: 03.180Z
OBJECTIVE! Southampton 2-0 Everton (own goal Lucas Digne, 63 minutes)
Southampton does the same thing!
Lucas Digne is unlucky to divert the past Jordan Pickford by sliding back on Nathan Redmond away from him.