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  • TV channel/Live stream free: Arsenal 1-0 Brighton – Sky Sports Arena
  • Aston Villa 1-0 Chelsea – Sky Sports Action
  • Fulham 0-1 Newcastle – Sky Sports Mix (FREE to Sky customers)
  • Leeds 2-0 West Brom – BT Sport 2 (FREE to ee customers)
  • Leicester 2-1 Tottenham – Sky Sports Football
  • Liverpool 1-0 Crystal Palace – Sky Sports Main Event
  • Man City 2-0 Everton – Sky Sports Premier League
  • Sheffield Utd 1-0 Burnley – BT Sport 3 (FREE to ee customers)
  • West Ham 2-0 Southampton – Sky One (FREE to Sky customers)
  • Wolves 1-2 Man Utd (FREE to ee customers)

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  • Sam Dymond

    TWO PENALTIES FOR LEICESTER!
    TWO GOALS FOR JAMIE VARDY!

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    ASTON VILLA 0-0 CHELSEA

    50. Thomas Tuchel was forced into making a change at half-time, and Kepa Arrizabalaga has replaced Edouard Mendy in the Chelsea goal.

    The Blues first-choice stopper picked up an knock in his attempt to save Traore's opener. It's a concern with the Champions League final six days away.

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    GOAL!
    ARSENAL 1-0 BRIGHTON

    49. For a third consecutive match, Nicolas Pepe scores for the Arsenal.

    It's another peach of a finish too as the Ivorian controls Callum Chambers' cross from the right with one touch, and fires past Roberto Sanchez with his second.

    It means Arsenal leapfrog rivals Tottenham and move into seventh spot!

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    PEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP!
    FORTY-FIVE MINUTES TO GO!

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    HALF-TIME SCORES

    Here's how the final day stands at the break:

    • ARSENAL 0-0 BRIGHTON
    • ASTON VILLA 1-0 CHELSEA
    • FULHAM 0-1 NEWCASTLE
    • LEEDS 2-0 WEST BROM
    • LEICESTER 1-1 SPURS
    • LIVERPOOL 1-0 CRYSTAL PALACE
    • MAN CITY 2-0 EVERTON
    • SHEFF UTTD 1-0 BURNLEY
    • WEST HAM 2-0 SOUTHAMPTON
    • WOLVES 1-2 MAN UTTD

    PEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP!
    THAT'S HALF-TIME!

    GOAL!
    WOLVES 1-2 MAN UTD

    45+4. Deep into first half stoppage time, Juan Mata restores Manchester United's advantage from the penalty spot.

    Again, it was a decision awarded by VAR, overturning Mike Dean's original decision not to award a foul for Romain Saiss' foul on Donny Van de Beek.

    ASTON VILLA 1-0 CHELSEA

    43. Villa have undone Chelsea two minutes before the break with a goal straight off the training ground.

    A corner from the left is pulled back low to an unmarked Bertrand Traore, who connects first time and fires a shot into the ground and up into the roof of the net.

    The Blues remain in fourth, but only in goal difference above Leicester – and there's just a two goal difference between them.

    BERTRAND TRAORE WITH A BIG GOAL!
    ASTON VILLA LEAD CHELSEA!

    • Sam Dymond

      GOAL!
      LEEDS 2-0 WEST BROM

      42. Leeds are finishing their first season back in the Premier League in fitting style.

      Kalvin Phillips is the man on target with a rare goal, and it may be enough to secure his place in England's Euro 2020 squad.

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      LEICESTER 1-1 SPURS

      41. Harry Kane moves clear of Mo Salah in the battle for the Golden Boot, but he may have done the Liverpool player a favour in nudging Leicester out of the top four.

      Kane's smart snapshot, connecting with a loose ball in the area, has the Foxes back in fifth place and Spurs up to seventh.

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      HARRY KANE SCORES HIS 23RD OF THE SEASON!
      TOTTENHAM LEVEL AT LEICESTER!

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      GOAL!
      WOLVES 1-1 MAN UTD

      39. Something for Nuno Espirito Santo to cheer in his final game as Wolves boss.

      Nelson Semedo has equalised, converting Fabio Silva's pull-back after the youngster had been sent clear by Leo Dendoncker.

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      PENALTY SAVED!
      MAN CITY 2-0 EVERTON

      36. Ederson keeps out Gylfi Sigurdsson's spotkick, diving to his right to block, and City's two-goal advantage stays in tact.

      The Brazilian has already won the Golden Gloves award for clean sheets, and could add another to his collection this afternoon.

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      LIVERPOOL 1-0 CRYSTAL PALACE

      36. Sadio Mane slides in at the far post from a corner, and it means that the Senegalese forward has scored in eight consecutive matches against the Eagles. It equals the Premier League record set by Robin van Persie for goals in eight straight games against Stoke.

      More than that, however, it means Liverpool are back in the top four, and are in fact third ahead of Leicester. Chelsea drop into fifth.

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      SADIO MANE SCORES!
      LIVERPOOL FINALLY FIND A WAY THROUGH PALACE!

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      GOAL!
      WEST HAM 2-0 SOUTHAMPTON

      33. Two in three minutes for West Ham, two in three minutes for Pablo Fornals!

      The Spaniard has the Hammers heading for the Europa League, and the home fans are loving every second.

    • Sam Dymond

      GOAL!
      WEST HAM 1-0 SOUTHAMPTON

      30. The Hammers are on their way to ending a superb season on a high.

      Pablo Fornals does the business after Alex McCarthy pushed a shot into his path, and it means the East Londoners have sixth-spot in their grasp especially with Tottenham and Everton losing.

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      GOAL!
      SHEFF UTD 1-0 BURNLEY

      24. The division's bottom club have the lead through David McGoldrick.

      It's been a season to forget for the Blades, but their forward has just netted the 1,000th Premier League goal of this season.

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      FULHAM 0-1 NEWCASTLE

      23. Look no further for your new number nine, Toon Army.

      Joe Willock becomes the first Newcastle player since Alan Shearer to score in seven consecutive games.

      He gets some good fortune from an obliging Fulham defence as he weaves his way through, but finishes well after the ball bounces up off Tim Ream.

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      JOE WILLOCK SCORES!
      IT'S SEVEN GOALS IN SEVEN GAMES!

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      LEICESTER 1-0 SPURS

      20. No sooner had Leicester taken the lead, the Foxes are now contemplating some bad news.

      Wesley Forfana has picked up an injury, and is in tears as he leaves the pitch. It looks like he's done his hamstring.

      Mendy comes on in his place and it looks as though Ndidi is going to drop into defence.

    • Sam Dymond

      GOAL!
      LEEDS 1-0 WEST BROM

      17. A huge road goes up around Elland Road as Rodrigo finds the net – and this one does count.

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      LEICESTER 1-0 SPURS

      18. Leicester lead at the King Power through Jamie Vardy's 14th of the season.

      The striker scored from the penalty spot, a decision award following a VAR review; Vardy had himself won the spotkick after being tripped by Alderweireld's trailing leg.

      The Foxes jump into fourth, and, as it stands, Liverpool are missing out.

    • Sam Dymond

      JAMIE VARDY NETS A PENALTY!
      LEICESTER MOVE BACK INTO THE TOP FOUR!

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