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Summary

  1. Eight matches on MOTD tonight
  2. Presenter Gary Lineker joined by pundits Alan Shearer and Ian Wright
  3. Watch live by clicking 'Live Coverage' tab

Live Reporting

By Jonathan Jurejko

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    When will Louis van Gaal be waving farewell to Manchester United? Not quite yet it appears.

    But it is time for us to say our goodbyes. Make sure you join us on Tuesday night for second v fourth. It's a big one - Leicester v Manchester City. See you then!

    Lous van Gaa
  2. The league table

    Look away now Villa fans (that's any of you who haven't already switched off in a huff). Your team are 11 points adrift after that "must-win" game at Norwich. The Canaries fly away from the relegation zone with that crucial win.

    Premier League
  3. The league table

    One final bit of housekeeping before we disappear...the Premier League table. Arsenal move top after their 2-0 win against Bournemouth, but Leicester can leapfrog them by beating fourth-placed Manchester City on Tuesday.

    Premier League
  4. Manager reaction - Curtis

    Crystal Palace 0-0 Swansea

    He might be the last manager we hear from tonight - but Alan Curtis has come out with the best quotes....

    Alan Curtis

    It's fair to say that Swansea caretaker manager Alan Curtis has little interest in taking on the job full-time.

    “I’ve got to say I’m enjoying the job, but as I said to Alan Pardew at the end, I don’t know how he keeps going as a full-time manager. I’ve only done it for two weeks, and my voice has gone, my looks have gone and my hair’s starting to go!”

  5. Manager reaction - Pardew

    Crystal Palace 0-0 Swansea

    Yohan Cabaye and Jack Cork

    Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew was unhappy with referee Neil Swarbrick's decision to book Yohan Cabaye for a first-half challenge on Jack Cork.

    It was Cabaye's fifth booking of the season, and so he will miss next Sunday's home game against Chelsea.

    “I just thought it was a poor decision to book Cabaye," Pardew says. "We’ve lost him for a key game. Fans pay a lot of money to see players like that, and the referee’s taken him out of the game.

    “A mistimed challenge is not a yellow card. It’s a deliberate tackle to stop someone progressing down the pitch. Brede Hangeland escapes a booking for a far worse challenge. We want great players on the pitch. Stop handing out yellow cards. That's my plea for 2016."

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  7. Man of the match

    Crystal Palace 0-0 Swansea

    Ashley Williams

    Swansea captain Ashley Williams was described as a "pain in the butt" by Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew afterwards. "The ball seemed to be attracted to Williams like a magnet," Pardew said.

  8. Player reaction

    Crystal Palace 0-0 Swansea

  9. Post update

    Crystal Palace 0-0 Swansea

    Time for a late winner? Nope.... Palace keeper Wayne Hennessey flings himself down to his left to push out Gylfi Sigurdsson's late free-kick.

    Swansea go back down the M4 happy.

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  11. Baby blues

    Crystal Palace 0-0 Swansea

    It's been an eventful few days for Crystal Palace substitute Lee Chung-yong. Having scored the winner in a 2-1 victory at Stoke nine days ago, he rushed home to South Korea as his wife had a baby. Unfortunately, he arrived too late, and missed the birth. Ah well, as a consolation, at least he gets to play the final 19 minutes of this cracker.

    Lee Chung-yong
  12. Post update

    Crystal Palace 0-0 Swansea

    Swansea were pushed back by Crystal Palace's pressure, as this graphic showing the average position of each player demonstrates.

    Crystal Palace v Swansea
  13. Nowt to shout about

    Crystal Palace 0-0 Swansea

    Crystal Palace fan

    There wasn't a single shot on target during the first half at Selhurst Park. Plenty of time to read the programme...

  14. Team news - Swansea

    Crystal Palace v Swansea

    For Swansea, only goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski, captain Ashley Williams and full-back Neil Taylor remain from the starting line-up that beat West Brom on Saturday.  

    Swansea City
  15. Team news - Crystal Palace

    Crystal Palace v Swansea

    There are changes galore at Selhurst Park - Crystal Palace have made four, Swansea eight.

    Marouane Chamakh makes his first start of the season in attack for Palace, having had a long struggle back to fitness following a thigh problem.

    Crystal Palace
  16. Next up...

    Crystal Palace 0-0 Swansea

    I'm sorry to inform that we are almost finished. That's the bad news. The good news? We've got one match to whizz through....

  17. Man of the match - Victor Anichebe

    West Brom 1-0 Newcastle

    Scoring has been a problem for Pulis' men of late, but Victor Anichebe - making his first start of the season - added ballast to West Brom's forward line and was a nuisance and a reliable outlet. 

    His performance was only missing a goal, the crossbar preventing him from heading home from a corner. 

    In the first half, Dummett also blocked Anichebe's powerful effort and the industrious striker received a deserved ovation from the home fans as he hobbled off injured before full-time. 

    Victor Anichebe
  18. Post update

    West Brom 1-0 Newcastle

    I wouldn't fancy crossing Tony Pulis. It'd be like getting a rollicking from your headteacher as a kid. But it appears Saido Berahino has been stood outside Mr Pulis' office this week. "It's all sorted now," says Pulis when asked about whether there was disagreement between the pair.

  19. Manager reaction - McClaren

    West Brom 1-0 Newcastle

    Newcastle manager Steve McClaren: "We've had a tough three days and I feel so sorry for the lads. After so much effort and attitude, to stand toe to toe with West Brom, dealing with all the crosses and the balls in the box, I thought we did ever so well. 

    "But the game hinged on two things. It was a certain penalty. It's unbelievable. It doesn't help us, it's cost us the chance to get the first goal, which is all-important in this kind of game.

    "We're all unhappy with the goal we conceded. We coped with everything and I don't think Darren Fletcher will say it was a bullet header but that's football. Decisions at each end have cost us but we'll battle on."

    Steve McClaren
  20. Manager reaction - Pulis

    West Brom 1-0 Newcastle

    West Brom boss Tony Pulis: "We deserved the victory. It was a good, open game. The first 10 minutes we could have been 3-0 up, they defended stoutly but thank goodness the dam did burst in the end.

    "They were dangerous on the counter and we had to defend the set-plays well, but I don't think there's any argument that we should have won the game. The disappointing thing again is that we should have scored more goals. 

    "Victor Anichebe on his day is unplayable. He's got everything you'd want from a centre forward."

    Tony Pulis