Premier League LIVE: Scores and updates across the 3pm kick-offs

Premier League LIVE: Allan Saint-Maximin fires Newcastle ahead against relegation rivals Watford, there’s more misery for Everton as Norwich take a 2-0 lead at Carrow Road and Raul Jimenez puts Wolves 1-0 up over Southampton

  • Newcastle know only three points will do in their home clash with Watford 
  • Everton have the chance to steady the ship as they face lowly Norwich  
  • Latest Premier League news, including live action and results
  • Premier League table – as it stands

Newcastle know these are the kind of games they must be winning to stay up this season as Watford visit St James’ Park. 

That relegation clash looks to be the pick of the 3pm kick-offs but Everton boss Rafa Benitez is also under real pressure to steady the ship with a win away at lowly Norwich. 

Elsewhere, Wolves welcome Southampton to Molineux in a mid table clash. 

Follow Sportsmail’s Spencer Morgan for live Premier League coverage, including build-up, team news and updates, with three 3pm kick-offs taking place.  

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Brilliant!

No chances since halkf-time but the Wolves fans are in fine voice with their lead.

Chance!

Everton are all over the shop.

It’s Mykolenko will an awful backpass straight to Idah. Fortunately for Everton he has his back to goal and can’t adjust himself quickly enough to get a good shot away.

Whta a goal!

Saint-Maximin wins the ball on the left and cuts inside, holding off challenges form two defenders and and firing past the keeper at his near post.

Big goal. 

Keane’s day gets worse as he picks up a yellow straight after the break.

We’re back underway in all three matches.

And the whistle goes for half time with Raul Jimenez’s penalty dividing the teams.

Jose Sa denies Mohammed Salisu again, this time tipping his effort over the bar.

The referee brings an end to a competitive half. Newcastle edging it.

Two goals in two minutes gives Norwich a solid lead at the break.

Two great chances for the Saints as Salisu sees his header well saved before another cross is sent in and Tella skies it at the back post.

Close!

Everton almost pull one back as a corner is fired in to the near post and almost makes its way in.

They need that next goal.

Jimenez sends the keeper the wrong way. Confident.

After a lengthy VAR check, Wolves are awarded a spot kick for a foul by Jan Bednarek on Rayan Ait Nouri..

New signing Trippier has made a good start and has linked well down the right with Ryan Fraser.

As I was saying…

An angry Everton runs on to the pitch to show his displeasure.

He’s quickly removed.

The travelling Evertn fans are not impressed at all. 

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It’s turning toxic in that end fast.

Wolves have weathered the early storm and are starting to pose more of a threat.

Podence wins a header from a corner but it’s straight at the keeper.

Norwich (18th minute) have their fastest two goal lead in a Premier League match since 15 October 2011. When they were leading 2-0 at home versus Swansea after 10 minutes (3-1 win).

Pukki passes up a chance for a third!

Norwich win the ball back. A diagnoal ball is played over the top for Pukki and Pickford rushes out.

Pukki leaves it but would have been able to get there before Pickford had he been more alert.

Close!

Lyanco is a very relieved man as he slides in to clear a low cross and deflects the ball over his own bar.

You wait all day for a bus…

The Canaries counter and Williams plays in Idah, who finishes past Pickford.

They are no longer bottom as things stand.

Norwich lead!

Sargent whips a ball in and Keane proceeds to divert it into his own goal.

566 minutes since their last Premier league goal and it’s a gift.

Lees-Melou with a tame effort from 25 yards, which is easily saved by Pickford.

A decent start from Norwich.

Southampton have dominated the first 15 minutes but no chances yet for either side. 

Of the bar!

Ryan Fraser whips it in from the right, it deflects off Juraj Kucka and Jonjo Shelvey gets a touch on it, poking it against the crossbar!

A bright start from Southampton, who haver had four corners already.

Shlevey with a lunging challenge on Kucka just outside the box.

He picks up a deserved yellow but the free-kick is wasted.

An early chance for Newcastle as Shelvey meets a cross and sends a left-footed volley over.

Great atmosphere at St James’ Park.

Not long until these three games get underway.

And welcome to Sportsmail’s live coverage of Saturday’s 3pm Premier League kick-offs.

There’s three games for us to keep you up to date with this afternoon with Newcastle visiting Watford, Norwich hosting Everton and Wolvdes taking on Southampton.

Team news from all the games coming shortly.

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