Premier League LIVE: Latest scores and updates from Manchester United vs Watford, Crystal Palace vs Huddersfield

Follow the latest updates live from Saturday’s 3pm kick-offs in the Premier League, with Manchester United and Crystal Palace both in action on a busy day in the top flight.

United are looking to get back to winning ways in an effort to move ahead of Arsenal and back into fourth place, and after confirming the appointment of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as permanent manager on Thursday, they will hope to pick up three points at Old Trafford against Watford Fc.

Brighton and Hove Albion take on Southampton at the Amex Stadium in a battle of the south coast clubs, with Burnley hosting Wolverhampton Wanderers at Turf Moor. In what could prove a massive game at Selhurst Park, Crystal Palace take on Huddersfield Town, with the Terriers knowing that defeat combined with wins for Southampton and Burnley would confirm their relegation. Finally, Leicester City take on Bournemouth at the King Power Stadium, and the day’s late kick-off sees West Ham United face Everton. Follow the live action below.



Brighton 0-0 Southampton

Burnley 1-0 Wolves

Crystal Palace 0-0 Huddersfield

Leicester 1-0 Bournemouth

Manchester United 1-0 Watford



Half Time: Burnley 1-0 Wolves




Half Time: Manchester United 1-0 Watford



Half Time: Brighton 0-0 Southampton



Half Time: Leicester 1-0 Bournemouth



Half Time: Crystal Palace 0-0 Huddersfield


​Crystal Palace 0-0 Huddersfield, 39 minutes


Oh dear.

Karlan Grant may not want to see that one again.


The Huddersfield striker pounces on a Crystal Palace error and is one-on-one with the goalkeeper but miscues his attempted chip from a somewhat tight angle, wasting the chance.

Rash-and-grab – Manchester United took the lead against the run of play at Old Trafford, Marcus Rashford’s tenth goal of the season.


Crystal Palace 0-0 Huddersfield, 36 minutes 


Ben Hamer earned a start for Huddersfield this afternoon after Jan Siewert’s side conceded four last time out, and the goalkeeper is pressed into action here. 


Andros Townsend’s defected effort is a little bothersome, but Hamer deals with it well.


A decent little game of football at Selhurst Park.

​Brighton 0-0 Southampton, 33 minutes


Nearly for Southampton.


Danny Ings has the opportunity to shoot but perhaps wastes the chance to have a shot first-time, taking a touch and allowing the Brighton defence to recover after James Ward-Prowse found his striker. 

Manchester United 1-0 Watford, 33 minutes


Top save from Ben Foster!


Anthony Martial fails to beat the goalkeeper from close range.


Manchester United growing into this one after taking the lead.


​GOAL! Manchester United 1-0 Watford (Marcus Rashford, 28 minutes)


Against the run of play but Manchester United lead!


Luke Shaw threads a lovely pass beyond the Watford defence for Marcus Rashford, and the striker, who has come on leaps and bounds in such a situation since Solskjaer took over, finishes with aplomb, lifting the ball over Ben Foster.

Crystal Palace 0-0 Huddersfield, 25 minutes


Huddersfield are playing with real freedom at Selhurst Park. They scored three last time out and have their eyes on similar this afternoon.


And they should be ahead. Chris Löwe forces Vicente Guaita into an excellent save from close range, but the German should have scored.

Asmir Begovic watches on helplessly as Wes Morgan’s heel gives Leicester an early lead at the King Power Stadium.


Manchester United 0-0 Watford, 19 minutes


Manchester United 0-0 Watford, 18 minutes


Watford have continued their strong start at Old Trafford, taking the fight to Manchester United, though Will Hughes is a little too combative in the challenge on this occasion.


He fouls Paul Pogba and is cautioned.

​Leicester 1-0 Bournemouth, 15 minutes 


Close to an equaliser!


Kasper Schmeichel uses his sizeable frame well, spreading himself to block Callum Wilson’s turn goalwards after Ryan Fraser did well to produce a cross.

Manchester United 0-0 Watford, 13 minutes


Manchester United are on the back foot and have David De Gea to thank for keeping the game goalless.


Troy Deeney nods Gerard Deulofeu’s well-directed cross down into the floor, De Gea doing brilliantly to get down and tip the ball away. 


GOAL! Leicester 1-0 Bournemouth (Wes Morgan, 11 minutes)


Two games in a row for Wes Morgan!


Ben Chilwell rifles a shot towards Morgan who diverts the ball in with his heel via the post.


Leicester had started well and they cement their strong position in the game with the opener.

Brighton 0-0 Southampton, 8 minutes


Brighton have started to look over their shoulder as they get dragged into the relegation battle, with their game with south-coast rivals Southampton of real importance this afternoon.


Alireza Jahanbakhsh volleys wide from the edge of the box after a corner.

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Today’s matches

Fulham vs Manchester City – 12:30pm

Brighton vs Southampton – 3pm

Burnley vs Wolves – 3pm

Crystal Palace vs Huddersfield Town – 3pm

Leicester City vs Bournemouth – 3pm

Manchester United vs Watford – 3pm

West Ham United vs Everton – 5.30pm

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