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  1. Post update

    Are we going full circle? The return of two up top? Antonio Conte is certainly suggesting he might give two strikers a go more often.

    That's all the reaction from tonight's games, we'll be back this weekend when the FA Cup semi-finals take centre-stage.

    See you later!

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    Luka: Bakayoko showing signs of improvement, Cahill having a solid game and Hazard making a fantastic impact off the bench made good viewing tonight

    Peter: Most of the season the relegation line has been a point per game, and it still is. Southampton have four games to get to 38, which means they need three wins. The same number they've had in their last 26 league games.

  3. 'A strange and special experience'

    Leicester 0-0 Southampton

    Speaking to BBC Sport, Leicester manager Claude Puel said: "I think it was a strange and special experience for me, but I'm a professional manager and I was focused on our team.

    "We are a little bit disappointed not to win but I'm happy with our performance. It was important to continue the momentum from the second-half against Burnley and I think we did that.

    "We showed a lot of quality and had two or three good chances to score in the first-half and we played with a good tempo and intensity. If we can repeat this performance in the next game against Crystal Palace we will do well.

    "Marc Albrighton started at right-back for the first time and he played with intensity.

    "Kasper (Schmeichel) will play the next game, it was not a big injury but I’m happy with Ben Hamer’s performance and he made a good save in the first-half."

  4. 'We will make changes on Sunday'

    Leicester 0-0 Southampton

    More from Mark Hughes, whose side faces Chelsea in the FA Cup semi-finals on Sunday: "Tonight we probably didn’t play as well as in recent weeks but we took something from the game.

    "It’s a quick turnaround to Sunday and a few of the boys looked a bit tired and leggy out there so we'll probably freshen it up and make changes.

    "We are looking to get maximum points from every game now and we need to be on the front foot. We have to ask more questions than we did of Leicester tonight. Defensively we were better but we have got to get the balance right. Defend properly and be a threat the other way."

  5. 'We wanted to be more expansive'

    Leicester 0-0 Southampton

    Speaking to BBC Sport, Southampton manager Mark Hughes said: "We hoped to get more out of the game and we had a couple of chances. Their keeper has made a good save against Shane Long but we were up against a good side and we had to stay in the game.

    "Clearly we would have liked to have been more expansive but we got a point, and we play at home next which is huge for us.

    "Only time will tell to see whether the point is enough for us. There was a little bit of apprehension in our play which is understandable, but I can't fault the players, they put in a shift during a warm evening.

    "The players are a little bit flat and we have got a big game at the weekend but we are not in the situation where we are downhearted. It’s the disappointment of not getting maximum points, but the key was to get something from the game."

  6. 'Closer than we were'

    Burnley 1-2 Chelsea

    Burnley manager Sean Dyche, speaking to Sky Sports: "They had a couple of moments where they had a couple of golden chances, mainly from our bad play. The first goal was a mix up. We recovered well and then Nick Pope gets a touch on it and hits it into our defending.

    "There has been a bit of noise around them but they are still a top side. I am really pleased with our growing mentality. It is not easy when you are a goal down to come out and take the game on and I felt we did that.

    "I am really pleased with how we are going about our business this season. All in all, closer than where we have been in the past where we have been with these sides. Not disappointed overall.

    "We are not them, we are not close to them yet, but we have moved forward."

  7. 'Fantastic team spirit'

    Burnley 1-2 Chelsea

    More from Antonio Conte, speaking about playing two strikers in the future: "This is a really good option. In the past it was very difficult for me to try this option with the two strikers but they showed a great link and a great combination and at the same time they worked very hard for the team.

    "For sure we will try to reach the FA Cup final. It won't be easy but we must be ready to fight. I saw a fantastic spirit tonight. We must continue this way."

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    Burnley 1-2 Chelsea

    Chelsea boss Antonio Conte, speaking to BBC Sport: "We played a good game against a difficult team because it is not simple to play against Burnley. We played the game very well and the two strikers worked very well. They played a fantastic game with and without the ball. The whole team played an intensive game. We deserved to win."

  9. 'We were chasing shadows at times'

    Burnley 1-2 Chelsea

    Burnley striker Ashley Barnes, speaking to Sky Sports: "It felt like we were chasing shadows at times in the first half but we upped the tempo in the second half.

    "We still have four games to go and hopefully we can pick up as many points as possible and see where we finish."

    Burnley's Ashley Barnes
  10. EFL update

    Blackburn 3-1 Peterborough

    A late third for Blackburn means they have beaten Peterborough 3-1 in League One. They are now eight points clear of third-place and firmly on course to make a return to the Championship.

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    Leicester 0-0 Southampton

    Meanwhile, Southampton remain 18th but are four points from safety. Swansea do have a game in hand, however.

    With four games left, time is not on Southampton's side.

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    Burnley 1-2 Chelsea

    As Simon Stone mentioned a couple of entries below that win moves Chelsea to within five points of Tottenham with four games remaining.

  13. 'We deserved the three points'

    Burnley 1-2 Chelsea

    Chelsea goalscorer Victor Moses, speaking to Sky Sports: "I thought we deserved the three points today from start to finish. It is not an easy place to come and win. We want to take each game as it comes.

    "We can't write ourselves off. We just need to finish as strongly as we can."

  14. Good win, but...

    Burnley 1-2 Chelsea

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport at Turf Moor

    One of Chelsea’s better performances of 2018, which keeps alive their hopes of a top-four finish.

    However, back-to-back league wins for the first time since December leaves Chelsea five points behind Tottenham with a worse goal difference and only four games to do something about it.

    Chelsea manager Antonio Conte

    Burnley 1-2 Chelsea

    All over and Chelsea take the victory to end Burnley's five-match winning run.

    Chelsea's Gary Cahill and Cesar Azpilicueta
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    Burnley 1-2 Chelsea

    Nahki Wells scampers after a loose ball but Chelsea clear.

    Bobby Madley looks at his watch...

  17. 'Chance missed'

    Leicester 0-0 Southampton

    Kevin Kilbane

    Former Republic of Ireland winger on Radio 5 live

    It's been a really disappointing night for Southampton and a chance missed.

    Ryan Bertrand of Southampton

    Leicester 0-0 Southampton

    All over as Southampton claim a hard-fought draw, but is it enough?

    Southampton's Mark Hughes and Leicester City manager Claude Puel
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    Leicester 0-0 Southampton

    ... Alex McCarthy punches clear and Southampton fans breathe a sigh of relief.

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    Leicester 0-0 Southampton

    Leicester have a corner.

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