Premier League AT HALF: Goals in four of five 10 a.m. kickoffs

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There’s only one scoreless match as we hit halftime of five Premier League mid-morning matches around the United Kingdom.

[ MORE: Stream all 10 a.m. EDT action ]

Watford 1-2 Southampton

Troy Deeney put the Hornets on the board, the ninth of the year and fifth in six matches for the captain. But Dusan Tadic made it even, and Nathan Redmond put Saints ahead before the break.

Swansea City 1-1 Burnley

Fernando Llorente’s 10th goal of the season had Paul Clement‘s side ahead at the Liberty Stadium, but Andre Gray converted a wrongly-awarded penalty to get it level.

Stoke City 2-0 Middlesbrough

Marko Arnautovic scored a pretty little goal from a Glenn Whelan long ball for the opener, then added a second from close range. USMNT center back Geoff Cameron returns to the Starting XI for Stoke, manning the midfield.

West Bromwich Albion 0-0 Crystal Palace

The visitors are up for it at the Hawthorns, as Sam Allardyce‘s Eagles seek a win streak.

 

Leicester City 1-1 Hull City

Sam Clucas moved the ball across the line for Marco Silva’s Tigers, but Christian Fuchs made the most of some good work down Leicester’s left flank to level the score.