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Championship results

Southampton 3-1 Leeds United

Bristol City 2-3 Stoke City

Cardiff City 2-0 Rotherham United

Huddersfield Town 1-1 Ipswich Town

Hull City 1-1 Plymouth Argyle

Millwall 0-3 Swansea City

Norwich City 2-0 Birmingham City

Preston 0-4 West Brom

QPR 1-3 Coventry City

Watford 2-3 Middlesbrough

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Full time: West Ham 2-0 Sheffield United

Premier League: Sheffield United are also without a top flight win this season after going down to goals from Jarrod Bowen and Thomas Soucek.

Full time: Newcastle 2-0 Burnley

Premier League: Burnley lose their fifth game in six and remain without a Premier League win as Newcastle swat them aside with a minimum of fuss at St James Park.

Full time: Everton 1-2 Luton Town

Premier League: Luton secure their first ever Premier League win at Goodison Park, where Everton demonstrate that the recent signs of life they’ve shown may have been misleading.

Full time: Bournemouth 0-4 Arsenal

Premier League: Bournemouth remain winless under Andoni Iraola after shipping four goals against Arsenal at the Vitality Stadium.

Full time! Wolves 2-1 Manchester City

Premier League: The champions have dropped points for the first time this season, losing to Wolves at Molineux in a turn of events few could have predicted. That’s a superb win for Gary O’Neil’s side.

GOAL! Arsenal 4-0 Bournemouth (White 90+4)

Premier League: Ben White completes Arsenal’s rout of Bournemouth, who remain without a win in the Premier League this season.

Ben White’ heads a fourth goal for Arsenal

The Gunners fourth comes via Ben White’s noggin. Photograph: David Price/Arsenal FC/Getty Images

Full time: Manchester United 0-1 Crystal Palace

Premier League: Sound the crisis klaxon! Crystal Palace take all three points back to London after beating Manchester United at Old Trafford through a Joachim Andersen goal.

Championship: Stoke come from two goals down to the take the lead against Bristol City through a Nathan Lowe goal in the 89th minute.

Manchester United 0-1 Crystal Palace: United have an optimistic penalty appeal turned down after a deflected shot hits Marc Guehi’s hand, which was by his chest and not in an “unnatural” position.

Championship: Ipswich Town equalise against Huddersfield at the John Smith’s Stadium, where Brandon Williams has headed Ciaran McKenna’s side back on terms. Meanwhile at Deepdale, West Brom have gone 4-0 up against unbeaten Preston through Kyle Bartley.

Scottish Premiership: Jack McKenzie scores Aberdeen’s third goal of the afternoon at Ibrox, where they lead 10-man Rangers 3-1.

Championship: Mykola Kukharevych scores Swansea’s third without reply against Millwall at the Den as the Welsh side wrap up only their second league win of the season. It’s the Ukrainian’s first league goal of the season.

Everton 1-2 Luton Town: On as a substitute, Beto heads a decent chance over when he should have at least hit the target for Everton in their desperate search for an equaliser.

Scottish Premiership: Abdallah Sima pulls a scrappy goal back for 10-man Rangers, who trail Aberdeen 2-1 with 15 minutes to go at Ibrox.

GOAL! Newcastle 2-0 Burnley (Isak 76pen)

Premier League: Ameen Al-Dakhil fouls Anthony Gordon in the Burnley box and Anthony Isak slots home from 12 yards to double Newcastle’s lead.

Alexander Isak scores a penalty

Alexander Isak slots home a penalty to give the Magpies a two goal lead. Photograph: Lee Smith/Action Images/Reuters

Manchester United 0-1 Crystal Palace: United are piling the pressure on their visitors as they search for an equaliser but haven’t scored yet. They go close through Tyrick Mitchell, who shins the ball narrowly wide of his own goal.

Scottish Premiership: Rangers substitute Scott Wright gets booked for the second time since coming on at half-time and is sent off at Ibrox, where Rangers trail Aberdeen 2-0.

Championship: Former Everton striker Ellis Simms puts Coventry City 3-0 up against QPR at Loftus Road with a far post shot from a corner.

Scottish Premiership: Abnerdeen have just gone 2-0 up against Rangers at Ibrox, where calls for the under-pressure home manager Mick Beale’s head are growing in volume.

GOAL! Wolves 2-1 Manchester City (Hwang 66)

Premier League: Craig Dawson clears a Phil Foden shot off the goal line and moments later, Hwang Hee-chan arrows the ball into the roof of the net at the other end of the pitch to round off a fine Wolves counter-attack. Manchester City’s perfect start to the season is in grave danger of coming to a most unexpected end.

Hwang celebrates his goal.

Joy for Wolves as Hwang restores their lead over the Champions! Photograph: Ed Sykes/Action Images/Reuters

Championship: The Championship goals continue to fly in – Wesley Hoedt has just equalised for Watford against Middlesbrough at Vicarage Road, where it’s 2-2.

Championship: Kion Etete puts Cardiff one up against Rotherham in the Welsh capital, while John Rowe has given Norwich a 2-0 lead against Birmingham City at Carrow Road.

At the Den, Millwall trail Swansea City by the same scoreline and Coventry have just gone 2-0 up against QPR at Loftus Road through Josh Eccles.

Delano Burgzorg has given Huddersfield an unlikely 1-0 lead against table-topping Ipswich Town at the John Smith’s Stadium, while West Brom have just gone 3-0 up against Preston at Deepdale through Matt Phillips. And breathe.

GOAL! Wolves 1-1 Manchester City (Alvarez 58)

Premier League: Julian Alvarez equalises for the champions with a sensational whipped free-kick over the wall and into the top corner. Jose Sa got a fingertip or two to the ball but was powerless to keep it out.

Julian Alvarez equalises.

Julian Alvarez beats the Wolves wall to equalise for City. Photograph: Michael Regan/Getty Images

Manchester United 0-1 Crystal Palace: Palace goalkeeper Sam Johnstone makes two excellent saves in quick succession, denying Bruno Fernandes and Rasmus Hojlund.

GOAL! Bournemouth 0-3 Arsenal (Havertz 53pen)

Premier League: Back in the Arsenal side, Kai Havertz scores from 12 yards after a Ryan Christie foul on Martin Odegaasd. That’s Arsenal’s second penalty of the game and Havertz’s first goal in 20 club games.

Kai Havertz scores for Arsenal.

Kai Havertz finally gets on the scoresheet for Arsenal. Photograph: John Sibley/Action Images/Reuters

Championship: Stoke come from two goals down to equalise against Bristol City, with Haksabanovic converting a cross to make it all square.

Bournemouth 0-2 Arsenal: Neto saves well from Bukayo Saka, who latched on to a Martin Odegaard backheel early in the second half but couldn’t increase Arsenal’s lead at the Vitality Stadium.

Championship half-times

Southampton 3-1 Leeds United (FT)

Bristol City 2-1 Stoke City

Cardiff City 0-0 Rotherham United

Huddersfield Town 0-0 Ipswich Town

Hull City 1-1 Plymouth Argyle

Millwall 0-1 Swansea City

Norwich City 0-0 Birmingham City

Preston 0-2 West Brom

QPR 0-0 Coventry City

Watford 1-2 Middlesbrough

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Premier League half-times

Aston Villa 6-1 Brighton (FT)

Bournemouth 0-2 Arsenal

Everton 1-2 Luton Town

Manchester United 0-1 Crystal Palace

Newcastle United 1-0 Burnley

West Ham 2-0 Sheffield United

Wolves 1-0 Manchester City

Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool (5.30pm BST)

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GOAL! Bournemouth 0-2 Arsenal (Odegaard 44pen)

Premier League: Martin Odegaard scores from the spot after Max Aarons had fouled Eddie Nketiah with a late tackle in his own penalty area.

Martin Ødegaard cores a penalty for Arsenal

Martin Ødegaard on the mark for the Fluorescents. Photograph: David Price/Arsenal FC/Getty Images

GOAL! Everton 1-2 Luton (Calvert-Lewin 41)

Premier League: Dominic Calvert-Lewin scores in his third consecutive game, nudging the ball home from an inch out after Abdoualye Doucoure had steered an effort goalwards. The goal survives a VAR check for a possible offside.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin scores

Dominic Calvert-Lewin grabs one back for Everton. Photograph: John Clifton/Action Images/Reuters

Manchester United 0-1 Crystal Palace: Casemiro squanders a good chance to restore parity for Manchester United. Unmarked at the near post, he got on the end of a corner but sent his effort wide.

GOAL! West Ham 2-0 Sheffield United (Soucek 37)

Premier League: Gustavo Hamer coughs up cheap possession inside his own half and West Ham break upfield towards the Sheffield United penalty area. Tomas Soucek rounds off the move with a low finish past Wes Foderingham.

Tomas Soucek scorees for West Ham

Big Tom battles his way to a second goal for the Hammers. Photograph: Rob Newell/CameraSport/Getty Images

Championship latest

Southampton 3-1 Leeds United (FT)

Bristol City 2-1 Stoke City

Cardiff City 0-0 Rotherham United

Huddersfield Town 0-0 Ipswich Town

Hull City 0-1 Plymouth Argyle

Millwall 0-1 Swansea City

Norwich City 0-0 Birmingham City

Preston 0-2 West Brom

QPR 0-0 Coventry City

Watford 1-2 Middlesbrough

GOAL! Everton 0-2 Luton Town (Morris 32)

Premier League: It seems that rumours of Everton’s resurgence have been greatly exaggerated. They’re 2-0 down against Luton Town after Carlton Morris connected with a Alfie Doughty free-kick to steer the ball past Jordan Pickford. The Hatters are on course for their first win of the season.

Carlton Morris celebrates his goal for Luton

Carlton Morris celebrates in front of some glum looking Evertonians. Photograph: John Clifton/Action Images/Reuters

Championship: Stoke pull a goal back against Bristol City, with Mehdi Leris getting them back into the game. It’s now 2-1 at Ashton Gate. Meanwhile at Deepdale, West Brom have doubled their lead against Preston through Alex Mowatt.

GOAL! West Ham 1-0 Sheffield United (Bowen 24)

Premier League: West Ham break on the counter and Jarrod Bowen sweeps a Vladimir Coufal pull-back into the bottom corner with a neat first-time finish.

Jarrod Bowen scores for West Ham

Jarrod Bowen scores as the Irons lead the Blades. Photograph: Andrew Couldridge/Action Images/Reuters

GOAL! Manchester United 0-1 Crystal Palace (Andersen 26)

Premier League: Eberchi Eze sends a free-kick into the Manchester United box, where a side-footed volley from Joachim Andersen takes a wicked deflection on its way past Andre Onana.

Joachim Andersen is congratulated by Joel Ward after giving Palace the lead at Old Trafford.

Joachim Andersen is congratulated by Joel Ward after giving Palace the lead at Old Trafford. Photograph: Russell Cheyne/Reuters

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