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•    Live scores and in-match commentary
•    In app customisation to set up ‘favourite club’
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•    Pin favourite articles to homepage
•    View league tables
•    Ability to change goal.com editions

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The app is now available on the following devices: iPhone/iPad, Android/Galaxy Tab, BlackBerry/Playbook, Nokia/QT, Bada/Samsung, Windows Mobile & WebOS - download now from one of the links below.

*Please note some versions may not support the full list of features.

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Man Utd held, Austin hat-trick, Southampton back on track - Premier League reaction LIVE
Follow all the Premier League action with Goal's LIVE matchday blog - and you can join the debate by getting in touch on Facebook and Twitter.

Hosted by Danny Hart
20:00 GMT

And that, my Premier League friends, is that. Thank you very much for following (and for sticking around with no late game!). We'll be back right here from 10:00 GMT on Sunday to bring you build-up to the MASSIVE matches taking place - Newcastle v Sunderland and Liverpool v Arsenal. See you then!
19:57 GMT

Harry Sherlock reports: “West Ham head off the pitch with all three points in the bag, thanks to superb goals from Andy Carroll and Stewart Downing. Leicester, meanwhile, turned in a performance befitting their league standing, with Nigel Pearson’s men worryingly blunt going forward and shockingly porous in defence.”
19:54 GMT

Alex Moretto reports: “It was hardly the prettiest of goals to win it for Swansea, but as the saying goes, you need to be lucky to be good. Steve Bruce would know very little about that, as luck has not been on his side this campaign. The defeat is another massive blow to his job security as calls for his dismissal are already raining down from the home supporters.”
19:52 GMT

Greg Stobart reports: “It was a long time coming but finally Erik Lamela scored his first Premier League goal for Tottenham since his £30 million move to the club in 2013. Spurs never looked comfortable and were very sloppy, especially in the second half, but dug in to record a vital victory to stay in touch with the Champions League places.”
19:49 GMT

Kyle Hancox reports: “QPR's fantastic home form continues and that's 13 points out of a possible 15 at Loftus Road. The Austin-inspired win takes them up to 15th in the table as Burnley drop into the relegation zone. Their search for an away point does not get any easier as they visit the Emirates on Boxing Day to face Arsenal.”
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