Contest: It's Bristol City 1-0 QPR, with Hungarian midfielder Adam Nagy putting the hosts ahead of their first goal for the club. At the Den, Millwall advanced against Sheffield on Wednesday, with Matt Smith hitting the opener.
Contest: With their one-off advantage over Wigan, Leeds forward courtesy of a knock from Patrick Bamford.
LINK! Norwich City 1-0 New Castle (Pukki 32)
Prime Minister: Teemu Pukki reverses his man to reach the end of a cross and a strong home for his second goal in so many premiership games.
League One: Ivan Toney scores with a powerful header to restore a pair between Peterborough and Ipswich Town.
A brilliant goal excluded from VAR intervention
Prime Minister: Leandro Trossard scores with a brilliantly hit right-foot volley on his debut for Brighton, only for his effort to be excluded from VAR. A possible offer on Dan Burn's final build seems.
Contest: Danny Graham scores from the spot to put Blackburn one against Middlesbrough, after his shirt was tugged as he tried to jump for a cross at the far post.
Contest: There was a red card at the DW Stadium, where Wigan's Joe Williams was sent off for his second backup offense in his side's game against Leeds United.
Contest: Joe Lolley turns supplier for Nottingham Forest, cruising for Lewis Grabban, who goes home to double lead Nottingham Forest against Birmingham City.
Contest: Joe Lolly wins in the bottom corner from a distance to put Nottingham Forest ahead of Birmingham City. Meanwhile at Kenilworth Road, Harry Cornick led Luton in a one-way lead against West Brom.
LINK! Aston Villa 0-2 Bournemouth (Wilson 12)
Prime Minister: Harry Wilson won his debut for Bournemouth to double his lead against Aston Villa. His 25-yard shot took a great deflection before passing Tom Heaton on the Villa goal.
Contest: Joe Rafferty strikes to put Preston one against Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium.
LINK! Everton 1-0 Watford (Bernard 10)
Prime Minister: Bernard cuts off the wing and hits Ben Foster at his near post with a sideline shot to put Everton ahead at Goodison Park.
League Two Latest: Bradford City 1-0 Oldham, Colchester United 1-0 Cambridge United.
League One latest: Blackpool 1-0 Oxford United, Peterborough 0-1 Ipswich Town.
Contest: The misery continues for Stoke City manager Nathan Jones, whose side have returned home to County Derby. Martyn Waghorn with the goal in the Britannia Stadium.
LINK! Aston Villa 0-1 Bournemouth (King 2pen)
Prime Minister: Bournemouth rush to wing as Josh King scores from the penalty spot to give them an early lead against Villa.
Not long ago: The last of the pre-match formalities is based on the length and breadth of the UK and taking off in today's three-player games just a few minutes away.
Match report: Arsenal 2-1 Burnley
Ed Aaron was at the Emirates for the Guardian. This is how he saw a fun game develop.
Full-time: Burnley Arsenal 2-1
Prime Minister: The final whistle blew at the Emirates, where Unai Emery's side saw Burnley with the odd target 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 halftime. Pierre Emerick Aubamayang scored the winner in the second half, while Dani Ceballos was outstanding in midfield in his full debut for Arsenal.
Brighton v West Ham lines
Brighton: Ryan, Montoya, Duffy, Dunk, Burn, March, Gross, Stephens, Propper, Trossard, Murray.
Subs Maupay, Locadia, Andone, Webster, Mooy, Button, Bernardo.
West Ham: Fabianski, Fredericks, Diop, Ogbonna, Masuaku, Wilshere, Rice, Snodgrass, Fornals, Lanzini, Hernandez.
Subs Balbuena, Zabaleta, Yarmolenko, Roberto, Sanchez, Ajeti, Antonio.
Referee: Anthony Taylor (Cheshire)
Aston Villa v Bournemouth lines
Aston Town: Heaton, Elmohamady, Engels, Mings, Taylor, McGinn, Douglas Luiz, Grealish, Trezeguet, Wesley, El Ghazi.
Subs Lansbury, Steer, Hourihane, Konsa, Targett, Jota, Davis.
Bournemouth: Ramsdale, Smith, Steve Cook, Ake, Daniels, Harry Wilson, Lerma, Billing, Fraser, King, Callum Wilson.
Subs Boruc, Surman, Solanke, Ibe, Stacey, Rico, Mepham.
Referee: Martin Atkinson (W Yorkshire)
Norwich City v Newcastle lines
Norwich: Krul, Aarons, Hanley, Godfrey, Lewis, Trybull, Leitner, Emi, Stiepermann, Cantwell, Pukki.
Subs Byram, Roberts, Vrancic, Fahrmann, McLean, Tettey, Srbeny.
New Castle: Dubravka, Schar, Lascelles, Dummett, Krafth, Hayden, Shelvey, Ki, Ritchie, Almiron, Joelinton.
Subs Clark, Muto, Willems, Fernandez, Manquillo, Darlow, Longstaff.
Referee: Stuart Attwell (Warwickshire)
Everton v Watford lines
Everton: Pickford, Coleman, Keane, Mino, Digne, Gbamin, Andre Gomes, Richarlison, Sigurdsson, Bernard, Calvert-Lewin.
Subs Holgate, Walcott, Tosun, Iwobi, Davies, Kean, Lossl.
Watford: Foster, Femenia, Dawson, Cathcart, Holebas, Doucoure, Capoue, Hughes, Pereyra, Deulofeu, Deeney.
Subs Gomes, Janmaat, Cleverley, Welbeck, Gray, Quina, Kabasele.
Referee: Lee Mason (Lancashire)
Southampton v Liverpool lines
Southampton: Gunn, Bednarek, Yoshida, Vestergaard, Valery, Ward-Prowse, Romeu, Hojbjerg, Bertrand, Adams, Redmond.
Subs Cedric, Ings, Djenepo, Armstrong, Obafemi, Dance, Forster.
Liverpool: Adrian, Alexander-Arnold, Matip, van Dijk, Robertson, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Wijnaldum, Milner, Salah, Firmino, Mane.
Subs Lonergan, Fabinho, Gomez, Henderson, Lallana, Shaqiri, Origi.
Referee: Andre Marriner (West Indies)
LINK! Burnley Arsenal 2-1 (Aubamayang 64)
Prime Minister: Pierre Emerick Aubamayang fires into the bottom left corner of the penalty area to put Arsenal back in front of the Emirates. Follow the second half here …
Meanwhile in League One: Still looking for their first league win of the season, Sunderland lead Portsmouth with the odd goal of three as they approach the Stadium of Light. Marcus Hamess pushed the visitors ahead, but Jordan Willis and Chris Maguire turned things around for the hosts.
LINK! Arsenal 1-1 Burnley (Barnes 43)
Prime Minister: Ashley Barnes survived a VAR check for an offer to use some rough marking to restore parity in the Emirates and it is not more than Burnley deserves. 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 travels to Newport Prefecture, while Swindon and Exeter go toe-to-toe with St James Park, where something will have to give.
Portsmouth fans have been forced out of their beds at dusk to make the 334-mile journey from Fratton Park to Sunderland for this mid-day break. It is 1-1 at the Stadium of Light after 30 minutes, a score with which Sunderland fans have usually grown accustomed to last year.
Sheffield Wednesday and Charlton Athletic are the surprise early fixtures in the Championship and both sides will be expected to make it three wins out of three this afternoon. Lee Bowyer takes Charlton to Barnsley, while Wednesday travels to Den to take on Millwall. At the bottom of the table, Reading, Stoke City and Blackburn still had no point on the board.
In last night's game, Fulham beat Huddersfield Town by the odd goal of three, a defeat that cost the Terriers boss Jan Siewert his job. The German took over in January following the resignation of David Wagner, but mastered only one win in his 19 games in charge.
Football! Football! Football! Football!
Arsenal and Burnley have started prime ministerial proceedings at the Emirates this weekend in today's lunch. With nearly 30 minutes left, Arsenal led a fairly even contest courtesy of Alexandre Lacazette's strike after 13 minutes from one of the seven top-flight matches today.
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