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GOAL! Bournemouth 2-0 Aston Villa (Moore 80)

The substitute Kieffer Moore has doubled Bournemouth’s lead! They are 10 minutes away from a memorable return to the Premier League.

The latest Premier League scores

  • Bournemouth 1-0 Aston Villa
  • Leeds 2-1 Wolves
  • Newcastle 2-0 Nottm Forest
  • Tottenham 4-1 Southampton

GOAL! Newcastle 2-0 Nottm Forest (Wilson 78)

Game over at St James’ Park. Callum Wilson gets in front of a defender to bang Joelinton’s cross past Dean Henderson. That’s a clinical finish, which seals a thoroughly deserved victory for Newcastle.

GOAL! Leeds 2-1 Wolves (Aaronson 74)

Brenden Aaronson caps a terrific debut by putting Leeds in front! It was a fairly simple finish, sidefooted past Jose Sa from a brilliant low cross by Patrick Bamford.

Championship Sunderland, who were 1-0 up and 2-1 down at Bristol City, now lead 3-2 thanks to a goal from Ross Stewart.

Everton v Chelsea kicks off at 5.30pm, and Barry Glendenning has all the team news.

The latest Premier League scores

  • Bournemouth 1-0 Aston Villa
  • Leeds 1-1 Wolves
  • Newcastle 1-0 Nottm Forest
  • Tottenham 4-1 Southampton

Leeds 1-1 Wolves

“Wolves have been brilliant so far in the second half,” says Mac Millings, “and Pedro Neto just executed a sublime turn between two Leeds players that had me emitting a very loud private-moment noise.”

GOAL! Spurs 4-1 Southampton (Kulusevski 63)

Dejan Kulusevski, who has been brilliant all day, gets Tottenham’s fourth! It was a classy finish, stroked across Bazunu from eight yards after a cutback from Emerson Royal.

Tottenham Hotspur’s Dejan Kulusevski celebrates scoring their fourth goal. Photograph: Matthew Childs/Action Images/Reuters

GOAL! Spurs 3-1 Southampton (Salisu og 61)

A farcical own goal from Mohammed Salisu has given Spurs a two-goal cushion at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Emerson Royal’s tame cross would have rolled safely across goal, but Salisu got in a tangle and turned it into his own net. He’ll regret that in the morning.

Scotland latest

Well, well: Alex Iacovitti has equalised for Ross County against Celtic.

GOAL! Newcastle 1-0 Nottm Forest (Schar 58)

Fabian Schar wallops Newcastle into the lead! It was a helluva strike, boosted past Dean Henderson at the near post from at least 25 yards. He was a long way to the right of centre, so maybe Henderson could have done better. But it was a cracking hit from Schar.

Newcastle United’s Fabian Schar celebrates scoring their first goal with team-mates as Nottingham Forest’s Jesse Lingard looks dejected.
Newcastle United’s Fabian Schar celebrates scoring their first goal with team-mates as Nottingham Forest’s Jesse Lingard looks dejected. Photograph: Lee Smith/Action Images/Reuters

Scotland department (again)

Celtic scored at the start of the second half, and so have Rangers: the new signing Antonio Colak has scored his first goal for the club to put them ahead against Kilmarnock.

The latest Premier League scores

  • Bournemouth 1-0 Aston Villa
  • Leeds 1-1 Wolves
  • Newcastle 0-0 Nottm Forest
  • Tottenham 2-1 Southampton

Scotland department Celtic are no longer goalless – Kyogo Furuhashi has put them ahead at Ross County.

Peep peep! The second halves are under way.

Scotland department

“Celtic are Rangers are both goalless at half time against Ross County and Kilmarnock respectively,” writes Simon McMahon. “St. Johnstone lead 1-0 at Motherwell, and even the most optimistic St. Mirren fan must realise the game is up already at Aberdeen, where they are down to 10 men and trailing 3-0 after the first 45 minutes.”

“Hi Bob,” says Mac Millings. “Since we’re all making early predictions now, after my Hornets won their opener on Monday, please allow me to congratulate them on their promotion this season, but also offer my commiserations for their relegation next year.”

A real man would have called the 2024-25 season as well.

“The scorers at Spurs usually get a clenched-fist yell on the big screens,” says John Tumbridge. “Spurs don’t seem to have one of these for Dier or Sessegnon.”

Given their respective scoring records at Spurs, I suspect even Roy Keane would figure this particular failure to prepare.

Leeds 1-1 Wolves

“Jesse [Marsch] has his lads playing in a fierce aggressive manner but the Leeds fan deserve partial credit,” says Mary Waltz. “They are screaming the minute Leeds get possession and it seems to intimidate the Wolves players.”

I think I said last night that, pound for pound, the best atmosphere in the Premier League is at Selhurst Park. Much as I admire Palace’s home support, my head was stuck in 2019-20.

“Spurs,” says George Meikle, “sure look onnit front foot wise.”

Can you please stop plagiarising Galeano?

League One It’s now Burton 0-4 Bristol Rovers, which gives them a goal difference of 0-7 after a game and a half. Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s half-time teamtalk will be one for the books.

Aaron Collins celebrates after scoring Bristol Rovers’ fourth goal.
Aaron Collins celebrates after scoring Bristol Rovers’ fourth goal. Photograph: Robbie Stephenson/JMP/Shutterstock

Half-time reading

Half time

Peep peep! Bournemouth and Spurs are ahead, Leeds have recovered well after conceding an early goal at Elland Road, and Nottingham Forest are somehow level at St James’ Park. These are the half-time scores:

  • Bournemouth 1-0 Aston Villa
  • Leeds 1-1 Wolves
  • Newcastle 0-0 Nottm Forest
  • Tottenham 2-1 Southampton

“Mary Waltz is an optimist’s pessimist,” says Billy Ditchburn. “It’s all over for Liverpool now. They can’t come back from this. Best they can hope for is to finish two points behind City, and it’ll be these two points.”

Leeds 1-1 Wolves On Soccer Saturday, Clinton Morrison is full of praise for Leeds’ first-half performance. It sounds like their intensity has been a real problem for Wolves.

“Thankfully,” says Ian Copestake, “the solution to the Dony downer types is to embrace the tree marked ‘football is about the journey and not the result’. Obviously it’s a big tree.”

Correction: QPR are now 3-1 up against Middlesbrough. It’s still going to be fascinating to see how Michael Beale, such a highly regarded coach, does this season.

QPR are now 3-0 up against Middlesbrough. It’s going to be fascinating to see how Michael Beale, such a highly regarded coach, does this season.

Newcastle 0-0 Nottm Forest It’s goalless at St James’ Park, but it sounds like Newcastle are battering Nottingham Forest: 66 per cent possession, 13 shots to Forest’s one.

“Far be it for me to deny any football fan their pessimism – as an Everton fan I know it too well – but City lost their opener last season and still won the crown so maybe Mr. Dony should step down from the ledge,” pleads Mary Waltz.

GOAL! Tottenham 2-1 Southampton (Dier 32)

Spurs have come from behind to lead. A corner was half cleared and eventually back out to the taker, Son, on the left. He whipped it back into the middle, where Eric Dier was lurking with appreciable intent. He stooped to guide a deft header across Bazunu and into the net. Both Spurs’ goals have come from defenders.

Eric Dier (kneeling) heads home Spurs’ second goal.
Eric Dier (kneeling) heads home Spurs’ second goal. Photograph: Sean Ryan/Shutterstock

The latest Premier League scores

  • Bournemouth 1-0 Aston Villa
  • Leeds 1-1 Wolves
  • Newcastle 0-0 Nottm Forest
  • Tottenham 1-1 Southampton



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