Welcome to another huge day of Premier League action. Manchester City are welcoming Wolverhampton Wanderers in the early game, Steven Gerrard returns to Anfield in the stand-out 3pm fixture, before Ralf Rangnick's next chapter as interim Manchester United boss plays out at Norwich. Follow all the action, right here on The Sportsman.
We will be back tomorrow with live coverage of Sunday's Premier League games.
Cristiano Ronaldo's penalty proved the difference between the two sides, as Canaries team depleted by COVID and injuries put on a show.
It was not a great performance from Manchester United, nevertheless a Cristiano Ronaldo penalty and a couple of top saves from David de Gea take them over the line at Carrow Road.
73' Cristiano Ronaldo (Penalty)
Despite attempts from both Ronaldo and Telles, Manchester United have been unable to put one past Tim Krul. Goalless at half-time at Carrow Road.
The Aston Villa manager got a wonderful reception, but no points, at Liverpool. We break down all the drama from the 3pm Premier League kick-offs.
A scrap broke out at the final whistle after a dramatic game at Stamford Bridge, Liverpool snatch the win and Arsenal score three and keep a clean sheet.
90+4' Jorginho (Penalty)
83' Joe Gelhardt
Mo Salah's penalty record is pretty impressive, he has missed just one penalty in the Premier League and this was his first penalty for Liverpool.
65' Mo Salah (Penalty)
58' Jorginho (Penalty)
42' Mason Mount
28' Raphinha (Penalty)
27' Martin Odegaard
21' Alexandre Lacazette
Liverpool fans were on their feet as club legend Steven Gerrard came out of the tunnel at Anfield.
During his pre-match press conference, Jurgen Klopp praised the Villa manager upon his return to his former club.
Despite Wolves' best efforts at the back, Manchester City walk away with the three points, with Raheem Sterling's penalty sealing their victory.
Captain Conor Coady keeping wolves in this game with a brilliant goal line clearance.
Wolves managed to hold off Manchester City in the first half, but will enter the second with just 10 men after Raul Jimenez's bizarre red card.
WATCH: How Raul Jimenez recieved two back-to-back yellows.
One of the most avoidable red cards you will see...
48 seconds between his first and second yellow!
Raul Jimenez is shown red, just seconds after his first yellow, after he blocked the free-kick. There was just 48 seconds between the first yellow and the second. A frustrated Jimenez leaves the pitch just before the half-time whistle.
UEFA have announced that they will not reschedule Spurs' Europa Conference League game against Rennes, this was previously postponed because of the London club's Covid outbreak.
We shall continue to update supporters as matters progress.