PREMIER LEAGUE LIVE: Manchester City v Newcastle, Everton v Wolves, Stoke v QPR, Sunderland v Fulham, West Brom v Bolton, Wigan v Blackburn

3.29pm: City still knocking on the door at Eastlands as Krul pulls off a good stop to prevent Mario Balotelli from scoring the opener.

FT: Sunderland 0 Fulham 0

Wolves take a surprise lead at Goodison after a dubious-looking penalty is awarded and Stephen Hunt drills it home down the middle.

FT: West Brom 2 Bolton 1

GOAL! Man City 3 Newcastle 0: Aguero (pen), 72 mins

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FT: Everton 2 Wolves 1

GOAL! Stoke 1 QPR 2: Young, 44 mins

GOAL! Everton 0 Wolves 1: Hunt (pen), 37 mins

Paul Robinson won the penalty, going up for a corner… Subs: Fulop, Tchoyi, Dorrans, Dawson, Jones, Cox, Fortune.

Bolton: Jaaskelainen, Riley, Cahill, Wheater, Robinson, Eagles, Muamba, Reo-Coker, Mark Davies, Klasnic, Kevin Davies. What a week it’s been for Phil Jagielka, who makes amends for that abysmal penalty decision at Goodison to head home a deserved equaliser… Subs: Pantilimon, Dzeko, Kolarov, Johnson, Barry, Silva, Toure.

Newcastle: Krul, Simpson, Steven Taylor, Coloccini, Ryan Taylor, Ben Arfa, Guthrie, Cabaye, Gutierrez, Ba, Sammy Ameobi. there will be delay before it’s taken… At the Etihad Stadium, David Silva starts on the bench for Man City as Sammy Ameobi is given a start for Newcastle. Great drama!

3.25pm: The goals are flying in now! Six in just over 20 minutes and we’re back where we started with six draws…

Man City: Hart, Richards, Kompany, Lescott, Clichy, Nasri, De Jong, Toure Yaya, Milner, Balotelli, Aguero.

5.00pm: What a thrilling day of action in the Premier League, who said the 3pm Saturday kick-off was dead?! A shock at the Britannia and surely one of the games of the season at the DW Stadium, where Yakubu equalised in the 99th minute of the match. 12 goals in our six games already and the woodwork has been hit twice in our only 0-0 so far at the Stadium of Light. Portsmouth are 1-0 down on Michael Appleton’s managerial debut at Vicarage Road and Cardiff lead at Reading.

4.10pm: It’s hard to see how Blackburn are going to turn this one around with 10 men… Subs: Elliot, Santon, Lovenkrands, Perch, Gosling, Smith, Shola Ameobi.

Referee: Chris Foy (Merseyside)

Crucial strike for Everton. Subs: Etheridge, Johnson, Kasami, Ruiz, Gecov, Briggs, Kacaniklic.

Referee: Anthony Taylor (Cheshire)

3.35pm: Close! Demba Ba really should have put Newcastle in front at Eastlands with their first real chance of the game, but Joe Hart makes the save.

GOAL! Wigan 0 Blackburn 1: Yakubu, 1 min

GOAL! Wigan 2 Blackburn 1: Caldwell, 31 mins

Stoke v QPR

2.40pm: The team news is in… Substitutes: Forimca, Petrovic, Blackman, Roberts, Goodwillie, Henley, Bunn.

Referee: Andre Marriner (West Midlands)

Man City v Newcastle

FT: Wigan 3 Blackburn 3

3.50pm: Time to pause for breath after those four goals before half time…

GOAL! Man City 1 Newcastle 0: Balotelli (pen), 41 mins

Opener: Mario Balotelli slots home a penaltyOpener: Mario Balotelli slots home a penalty

GOAL! Stoke 1 QPR 3: Helguson, 54 mins

Wigan have turned it round! Blinding game at the DW, and it’s skipper Gary Caldwell with the goal. Substitutes: Pollitt, Crusat, Watson, Maloney, McArthur, Rodallega, Lopez.

Blackburn: Robinson, Salgado, Hanley, Dann, Givet, Rochina, Nzonzi, Dunn, Pedersen, Hoilett, Yakubu. City are without Silva, Dzeko and Barry, all of whom start on the bench. What’s most surprising is that it’s at the back it all seems to be going wrong.

He was supposed to out for a few more weeks, but not only is Shane Long back for West Brom, he’s put them back in front.

4.48pm: Yet again the goals come in a flurry! Crucial, crucial strike for Wigan and for Blackburn boss Steve Kean, you feel.

4.30pm: City are hammering nails in Newcastle’s coffin now, and they’ve brought Silva on now, too. What price on Steve Kean being sacked this weekend?

GOAL! Wigan 2 Blackburn 2: Hoilett, 60 mins

Wigan hit back immediately through their Spanish midfielder Jordi Gomez.

Follow Sportsmail’s coverage of the Barclays Premier League with six games kicking off at 3pm including the battle between two unbeaten sides when Manchester City host Newcastle. It was a bit of a soft penalty again… Newcastle will be regretting those two misses at 0-0 and it looks to be all over at the Etihad now… Man City look to have ended Newcastle’s unbeaten run but there’s plenty to play for in all the other games… Elsewhere it’s Everton v Wolves, Stoke v QPR, Sunderland v Fulham, West Brom v Bolton and Wigan v Blackburn.

GOAL! Wigan 1 Blackburn 1: Gomez, 7 mins

Game on! And it’s a set-piece, unsurprisingly… Shock of the day will go to QPR if they can hang on at the Britannia.

Lancashire hot pot: Gary Caldwell celebrates his strikeLancashire hot pot: Gary Caldwell celebrates his strike

4.42pm: Stone wall penalty for Stoke at the Britannia turned down by referee Mike Jones as Joey Barton fouls Robert Huth.

Game over: Sergio Aguero celebrates scoring Man City's third goalGame over: Sergio Aguero celebrates scoring Man City’s third goal

GOAL! Wigan 3 Blackburn 2: Crusat, 88 mins

GOAL! West Brom 1 Bolton 0: Thomas, 16 mins

Fresh from his exploits in helping Ireland to qualify for Euro 2012, Jon Walters gives Stoke an early lead… bit of a snore by all accounts although Sunderland did hit the woodwork twice early on in the game… Subs: Mucha, Bilyaletdinov, Stracqualursi, Gueye, Barkley, Vellios, Mustafi.

Wolves: Hennessey, Stearman, Johnson, Berra, Ward, Edwards, Henry, Milijas, Hunt, O’Hara, Doyle. Subs: Bogdan, Petrov, Sanli, Knight, Pratley, Ngog, Kakuta.

Referee: Neil Swarbrick (Lancashire)

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HALF-TIME: Stoke 1 QPR 2, West Brom 1 Bolton 1, Wigan 2 Blackburn 1, Man City 2 Newcastle 0, Everton 1 Wolves 1

Everton: Howard, Hibbert, Heitinga, Jagielka, Baines, Coleman, Fellaini, Osman, Drenthe, Cahill, Saha. ByJoe Ridge for MailOnline

Updated: 17:01 GMT, 19 November 2011

4.38pm: Nothing to report from the Stadium of Light… Stay with Sportsmail for coverage of Swansea v Man United, kick-off 5.30pm.

4.20pm: What is going on at Stoke? The wheels seem to have well an truly come off after a strong start to the season. Both sides are weakened today, though. You get the feeling there may be more goals in that one.

PENALTY FOR BLACKBURN!

Sunderland v Fulham

Everton v Wolves

Yakubu breaks the deadlock in the Lancashire derby at the DW Stadium after just 67 seconds…

GOAL! Stoke 1 QPR 0: Walters, 8 mins

3.47pm: What’s going on?! A flurry of goals… Subs: Carson, Gardner, Vaughan, Ji, Meyler, Noble, Egan.

Fulham: Schwarzer, Hughes, Hangeland, Baird, Senderos, Dempsey, Murphy, Etuhu, Duff, Zamora, Dembele. Five of our six games are in the balance going into the final stages.

Stoke: Sorensen, Wilkinson, Shawcross, Huth, Higginbotham, Pennant, Whitehead, Delap, Etherington, Walters, Crouch. Surely they’ll be made to rue those misses when Mancini wheels out the cavalry in the second half… Subs: De Vries, Elokobi, Craddock, Ebanks-Blake, Fletcher, Jarvis, Guedioura.

Referee: Jon Moss (W Yorkshire)

3.15pm: It’s all Man City at the Etihad, but as they have done all season, Newcastle are defending resolutely…

2.50pm: No Adel Taarabt in QPR’s squad despite the fact they have only named six subs, you can’t help but feel his QPR career is as good as over.

GOAL! Everton 2 Wolves 1: Baines (pen), 83 mins

GOAL! Wigan 3 Blackburn 3: Yakubu (pen), 90(+9)

GOAL! Man City 3 Newcastle 1: Gosling, 89 mins

Wigan: Al Habsi, Stam, Gohouri, Caldwell, Figueroa, Moses, McCarthy, Gomez, Jones, Diame, Sammon. Subs: Murphy, Orr, Derry, Buzsaky, Smith, Hewitt.

Referee: Mike Jones (Cheshire)

Newcastle's star man, Ba none: Demba Ba (right) has been in fine scoring form for the ToonNewcastle’s star man, Ba none: Demba Ba (right) has been in fine scoring form for the Toon

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3.05pm: Early goals in the Championship too… Looks like the makings of an epic up in Wigan…

RED CARD! David Dunn has been sent off for Blackburn after picking up a second yellow card against Wigan.

Blackburn are back in it!

Young at heart: Luke Young celebrates his goal for QPRYoung at heart: Luke Young celebrates his goal for QPR

GOAL! West Brom 2 Bolton 1: Long, 56 mins

3.26pm: It was the man who scored West Brom’s opener – Jerome Thomas – who gave away the penalty to allow Bolton to equalise.

Wigan v Blackburn

GOAL! West Brom 1 Bolton 1: Klasnic (pen), 21 mins

2.59pm: The pick of the six games on paper is undoubtedly the clash between the two undefeated sides – Man City and Newcastle. And for Newcastle there is no Best, Tiote or Obertan, but Hatem Ben Arfa makes his first start of the season.

GOAL! Stoke 2 QPR 3: Shawcross, 64 mins

West Brom v Bolton

4.05pm: The second halves are under way… Peter Crouch has just missed a sitter for Stoke.

Sunderland: Westwood, O’Shea, Turner, Brown, Bardsley, Elmohamady, Colback, Cattermole, Richardson, Bendtner, Sessegnon. For Stoke, Asmir Begovic is dropped after his shocker against Bolton – Thomas Sorensen comes in.

GOAL! Man City 2 Newcastle 0: Richards, 44 mins

3.40pm: Close again! Newcastle miss their second relatively easy chance of the game. thre’s six minutes added on at the DW, though… Meanwhile, Tim Cahill has just missed a glorious chance to put Everton in the lead against Wolves.

FT: Stoke 2 QPR 3

GOAL! Stoke 1 QPR 1: Helguson, 22 mins

GOAL! Everton 1 Wolves 1: Jagielka, 44 mins

4.53pm: The full times are starting to come in… Subs: Begovic, Whelan, Jones, Fuller, Wilson, Upson, Palacios.

QPR: Kenny, Young, Ferdinand, Gabbidon, Hill, Wright-Phillips, Barton, Faurlin, Traore, Mackie, Helguson. Crouch nods down and Shawcross bundles home. they could do with a win today after that 5-0 mauling at Bolton.

FT: Man City 3 Newcastle 1

West Brom: Foster, Reid, McAuley, Olsson, Shorey, Brunt, Mulumbu, Morrison, Thomas, Gera, Long

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