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  1. FT: Arsenal 4-0 Watford, Norwich 3-2 Newcastle
  2. Agonising see-saw match at Carrow Road
  3. FT: Bournemouth 0-4 Man City, Stoke 2-2 Swansea
  4. FT: West Ham 2-2 Palace, Sunderland 0-0 West Brom
  5. FT: Aston Villa 0-4 Chelsea

Live Reporting

By Phil Dawkes, James Gheerbrant and Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Thank you and good night

    That is all from us. You can follow the rest of this evening's football via two other live text commentaries. The first is Liverpool v Tottenham, which you can find here.

    The second is El Clasico, which is here.


  2. 'Villa are the worst Premier League side in history'

    Aston Villa 0-4 Chelsea

    Robbie Savage

    6-0-6 on BBC Radio 5 live

    Derby County, dejected

    "I think this Villa team are worse than my Derby team. Not in terms of points - we amassed just 11 points and were terrible. But we weren't ready for the Premier League, we tried to sign people in January and it didn't work. 

    "Aston Villa are an established Premier League club. I think this is the worst Premier League side in history."

  3. Bouncebackability?

    Norwich 3-2 Newcastle

    Robbie Savage

    6-0-6 on BBC Radio 5 live

    "Remember when Newcastle went down last time? They had some really good professionals suited for the Championship. But look at these Villa and Toon squads now. Are these players going to get their team straight back up?"

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    Video caption: West Ham 2-2 Crystal Palace: Eagles' spirited display pleases Alan Pardew

    Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew feels his side did more than enough to earn a "deserved" point after a "spirited display" in their 2-2 draw away at West Ham.

  5. "It was a difficult watch" - Howe

    Bournemouth 0-4 Man City

    Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe felt his side caught City "on a good day" but also rued some self-destructive defending.

    Howe told BBC Sport: "The first goal was probably the most disappointing one because it was from a set-play, a poor ball in really, and we have not dealt with it. 

    "When you give a good team an early goal it gives them a lift and it makes it very difficult. 

    "It was a long game from 3-0 down so credit to the players that they did not cave in but it was a difficult watch, especially early on."

  6. Get involved


    Trevor Rawlinson: Money is still on Leicester for the title. Especially after the last 10 minutes from Liverpool!

    Norwich City OK C: Too early to say we are winning the league next season. #NextLeicester

    Luke: Spurs' run in is stuff of nightmares. If they lose today and against United next week and they are out of it.

    Join in via #bbcfootball, texting 81111 (UK only) or posting on the BBC Sport Facebook page.

  7. Overjoyed Ozil

    Arsenal 4-0 Watford

  8. Tight title race

    Liverpool 0-0 Tottenham

    Robbie Savage

    6-0-6 on BBC Radio 5 live

    "If Spurs fail to beat Liverpool and Leicester win tomorrow then the title race is over."

    And I was just getting into it Robbie. Couldn't you be persuaded to keep the fun going until May at least?

    Tottenham supporter
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    Video caption: Norwich win showed character - Neil
  10. Honours even at Anfield

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer at Anfield

    Hugo Lloris has produced the saves to keep Spurs on level terms - but Mauricio Pochettino's side have had chances of their own, only to be wasteful in the final third with their passing and creation.

    High quality game. Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp will need a lie down after all that shouting and jumping about. Pressing high on fourth official Mike Jones.


    Liverpool 0-0 Tottenham

    No goals, but the teams have gone close. Liverpool have had the best of the chances, forcing some top-drawer saves from Hugo Lloris.

    To follow that game, click here. 

  12. O'Neil's sigh of relief

    Norwich 3-2 Newcastle

  13. 'Newcastle are gone, they are going down'

    Norwich 3-2 Newcastle

    Robbie Savage

    6-0-6 on BBC Radio 5 live

    "Newcastle looked organised in Rafa Benitez's first game against Leicester, but today they were all over the place. They are gone, they are going down. 

    "The concern would be that after equalising the first time they conceded. The same thing then happened again. Surely, at this stage of the season, you see games out."

  14. El Clasico day

    Barcelona v Real Madrid (19:30 BST)


    It's El Clasico day - and you know what that means.

    Barcelona against Real Madrid. The biggest game there is. When Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo continue their quest to be the best player in the world and the best in history.

    La Liga leaders Barca are 10 points clear of their fierce rivals, who sit third in the table behind second-place Atletico Madrid.

    Can Zinedine Zidane win his first El Clasico as a manager? Will Barcelona extend their unbeaten record to 40 matches?

    Build-up on the BBC Sport website starts at 18:30 BST with full live text commentary of the game from 19:30 BST.

  15. Tight affair at Anfield

    Liverpool 0-0 Tottenham

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer at Anfield

    Liverpool are doing well at pressurising Spurs high up the pitch, just the sort of thing manager Jurgen Klopp likes to see.

    The problems for Liverpool come as they look equally likely to inflict wounds of themselves through uncertainty at the back. Mamadou Sakho is a mixed bag while keeper Simon Mignolet always gives Spurs encouragement with the ball at his feet.

    Kyle Walker
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    Video caption: West Ham 2-2 Crystal Palace: Slaven Bilic unhappy with Kouyate red card

    West Ham boss Slaven Bilic feels his side were the better team and that midfielder Cheikhou Kouyate should not have been sent off during their 2-2 draw against Crystal Palace.

  17. Get involved


    Javel Bleach: Kouyate's tackle was uncontrolled and could've broken Gayle's ankle. Clattenburg's decision is understandable.

    Luke Stovell: Goodbye Premier League... #NUFC

    Tom Shardlow: Newcastle's mission improbable becomes mission impossible.

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  18. Happy Hector

    Arsenal 4-0 Watford

  19. Jones in the firing line

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer at Anfield

    Not been a quiet start for fourth official Mike Jones at Anfield. He will have a ringing in his ears from two verbal blasts from Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp and his Spurs counterpart Mauricio Pocettino.

    On the pitch there is some high-paced passing between two teams intent on attack - but still waiting for that crucial breakthrough.

    Jurgen Klopp
    Jurgen Klopp