Liverpool can go top of the Premier League this evening – if they beat Brighton at Anfield.
Meanwhile, Arsenal have their first league win under new boss Unai Emery.
They’ve beaten West ham 3-1 in a London derby at the Emirates.
Bournemouth came back from 2-nil down to draw 2-2 with Everton.
Harry Maguire grabbed a late winner as Leicester beat Southampton 2-1 at St Mary’s.
It was goalless between Huddersfield and Cardiff while Wolves held champions Manchester City 1-all in the early game.
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The line-up for the quarter-finals of the Daily Mail FAI Cup will be completed this evening.
Longford Town host Shelbourne in an all First Division second-round clash.
There’s a half-seven kick-off at City Calling Stadium.
Cork are the first team into this year’s T-G-4 All-Ireland Ladies Football Final.
Goals from Saoirse Noonan and Orla Finn proved crucial as the 11-time winners edged out Ulster champions Donegal by 2-11 to 11-points at Doctor Hyde Park.
Sinead Aherne and Nicole Owens goals have Dublin 2-4 to two points up against Galway in the second semi-final.
Meath and Tyrone will contest next month’s All-Ireland Intermediate Ladies Football Final.
Stacey Grimes scored 1-7 as Meath booked their place at Croke Park on September 16th with a 3-18 to 2-5 victory over Roscommon.
Padraig Harrington enjoying another good round at the Czech Masters.
The three-time major winner is 17-under after 16 holes of his third-round.
He shares the lead with Italy’s Andrea Pavan.
11-to-1 shot Muntahaa, ridden by Jim Crowley, has romped to victory in Europe’s richest handicap, the Skybet Ebor.
Muntahaa travelled well to see off stablemate and top-weight Weekender.
Sea The Lion was third with the Ger Lyons-trained Mustajeer in fourth.
New Zealand have beaten Australia 40-12 to retain the Bledisloe Cup
Beauden Barrett’s four-try masterclass led a clinical All Blacks to victory at Auckland’s Eden Park to claim the cup for a 16th straight year.
Barrett finished with a match haul of 30 points, a New Zealand individual match record against Australia.
Lewis Hamilton has secured pole position for tomorrow’s Belgian F1 Grand Prix.
The championship leader took advantage of wet conditions in qualifying to finish ahead of title rival Sebastian Vettel.
Force India pair Esteban Ocon ((pron: ess-ter-ban ock-on)) and Sergio Perez were in third and fourth place respectively