Premier League: The final whistle has been blown at the Emirates, where Unai Emery’s side have seen off Burnley by the odd goal of three. Alexandre Lacazette gave Arsenal a first half lead, only for Ashley Barnes to score his third goal in two games to level proceedings just before half-time. Pierre Emerick Aubamayang scored the winner in the second half, while Dani Ceballos was outstanding in midfield on his full debut for Arsenal.
Meanwhile in League One: Still looking for their first league win of the season, Sunderland lead Portsmouth by the odd goal of three as they approach half-time at the Stadium of Light. Marcus Hamess put the visitors ahead, but Jordan Willis and Chris Maguire have turned things around for the hosts.
Premier League: Ashley Barnes has survived a VAR check for offside to take advantage of some slack marking to restore parity at the Emirates and it’s no more than Burnley deserve. You can follow the action with Scott Murray …
Plymouth, Swindon and Exeter City have all won two games each and are the only teams in the fourth tier with perfect records in these early stages of the season. Plymouth travel to Newport County, while Swindon and Exeter go toe to toe at St James Park, where something will have to give.
Portsmouth fans were forced out of their beds at the crack of dawn to make the 334-mile trip from Fratton Park to Sunderland for this afternoon’s lunchtime kick-off. It’s 1-1 at the Stadium of Light after 30 minutes, a scoreline with which Sunderland fans have become wearily accustomed in the past year.
Sheffield Wednesday and Charlton Athletic are the surprise early pace-setters in the Championship and both sides will be hoping to make it three wins out of three this afternoon. Lee Bowyer takes Charlton to Barnsley, while Wednesday travel to the Den to take on Millwall. At the bottom of the table, Reading, Stoke City and Blackburn have yet to get a point on the board.
In last night’s game, Fulham beat Huddersfield Town by the odd goal of three, a defeat which cost Terriers boss Jan Siewert his job. The German took over in January following the resignation of David Wagner, but masterminded just one win in his 19 games in charge.
We’ll bring you all the team news and build-up ahead of today’s three o’clock kick-offs and keep you posted on all the major talking points and goals as they go in around the grounds. Because we’re good like that, when it comes to watching football so that you don’t have to. Don’t touch that dial.