I'm gone. Enjoy the rest of your weekend. You stay classy.
Swansea 2-2 Stoke
Great resilience from the Swans who, having not conceded this season prior to today, came from behind twice against their visitors to earn a seventh point out of a possible nine.
Sunderland remain unbeaten but have only played two games after their home match with Reading last week was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
West Brom 2-0 Everton
Seven points out of nine for the home side. They've beaten the two Merseyside teams 5-0 on aggregate in the space of two weeks.
For Everton, their good start comes to an end on a whimper. They were deservedly beaten but will rue two missed chances by Jelavic and Fellaini at 0-0.
Tottenham 1-1 Norwich
Still no first win for Villas-Boas, but a good point for Norwich, who despite being winless themselves are atoning for their 5-0 opening day defeat at Fulham.
Wigan 2-2 Stoke. Watch out for Ali Al-Habsi's save in the highlights.
The red may have been warranted, in that case. He could have been playing for Fulham today, Huddlestone...
Tom Huddlestone is sent off seven minutes after coming on. Mark Halsey's got that wrong.
His managerial career will have begun brilliantly if West Brom hold on for a win against Everton. They started the campaign with that 3-0 win versus Liverpool before taking a point at Tottenham last week.
Norwich equalise courtesy of Robert Snodgrass. Spurs to be denied again at White Hart Lane for a second successive week?
2-0 West Brom. Cross from Chirs Brunt and the header from Gareth McAuley.
Has the shop been shut up?
David Moyes' Everton going for it. You rarely hear that said.
Stoke equalise again at the DW Stadium and it's Peter Crouch who heads in the leveller from Walters' looping ball into the box.
Chico is sent off this time. It's another overzealous challenge from the Spaniard, following on from his marauding against West Ham last week.
Swansea equalise again against Sunderland and guess who it is again? Michu! His fourth goal in three games.
It's Mousa Dembélé! What a strike from the Belgian, a hard low strike past John Ruddy and it's 1-0 to Tottenham against Norwich.
Minutes after Fellaini spurned a great chance for Everton, Peter Odemwingie assists Shane Long with a great pass to give the Baggies the lead. West Brom 1-0 Everton.
Bad tackle from Chico on James McClean, studs showing and all, but the referee signals the ball was played. It wasn't, and Swansea are lucky to still have 11 men on the pitch.
Have scored in their last 25 home league games, Norwich have conceded in their last 34 away league games. Had 0-0 written all over it.
Replaces Gylfi Sigurdsson. Very 4-4-2.
Odd he didn't start, ditto Dembélé. Should arrive on the pitch soon.
Has a fracture to his ankle, unfortunately. Three months out at the very least.
Referee Jon Moss told Everton's Belgian midfielder to go back to the dressing room to tape up his socks with the right colour. This new rule is perhaps the most nonsensical yet.
It's Franco di Santo again for Wigan, who go 2-1 up against Stoke to regain their lead.
A positive and essential move by Villas-Boas. Someone should drive forward now for Spurs.