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Aboubakar Kamara scored twice as Fulham came from behind to beat QPR at Craven Cottage in the first of the weekend’s fixtures played last night.

West Ham and Tottenham Hotspur got the weekend’s Premier League action started at the London Stadium in today’s lunchtime kick-off. It’s Jose Mourinho’s first game in charge of Tottenham and his new side currently leads 2-0, courtesy of goals from Son Heung-min and Lucas Moura.

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Our crack team of Premier League supporters – collectively known as the Observer Fans’ Network - have offered their thoughts on the season so far. Begrudge them their joy! Laugh at their pain! Nod in agreement at their almost unanimous disapproval of VAR!

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The weekend starts here. Well, technically it started at Craven Cottage last night, before continuing at the London Stadium, where West Ham are entertaining Tottenham Hotspur in today’s lunchtime kick-off. But it’s safe to say that technically, the weekend really starts here, as we count down to today’s three o’clock games.

We’ll keep you updated on the games already in progress, while bringing you team news and build-up ahead of those to come. Stay tuned for all the news – goals, cards, VAR and more – that’s fit to print as another Saturday afternoon’s action unfolds.

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