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  1. Wijnaldum's rasping strike & Milner penalty send Liverpool two points clear of Man City
  2. City play game in hand against Man Utd on Wednesday
  3. Cardiff three points adrift of safety
  4. Benteke, Zaha & McArthur give Palace win at Arsenal, Ozil & Aubameyang goals for Gunners
  5. Palace secure Premier League safety
  6. Goals from Richarlison, Sigurdsson, Digne & Walcott as Everton pummel Man Utd

Live Reporting

By Alex Bysouth and Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

  1. Early team news

    Everton v Man Utd (13:30 BST)

    We'll have all the team news for you at 12:30, but here's an early glimpse at who could be in or out for both sides.

    Everton are without Andre Gomes, who has been handed a retrospective three-match ban for a challenge on Aleksandr Mitrovic in the defeat at Fulham.

    Tom Davies and Morgan Schneiderlin are vying to replace him, while Yerry Mina is still sidelined through injury.

    Manchester United may rotate their squad following the midweek Champions League exit, with Ander Herrera back in training after a thigh injury.

    Nemanja Matic and Alexis Sanchez are available but Luke Shaw is suspended.

  2. Today's action...

    • Everton v Manchester United (13:30 BST)
    • Cardiff v Liverpool (16:00)
    • Arsenal v Crystal Palace (16:00)
  3. A sizzling Sunday

    Everton v Man Utd (13:30 BST)


    Yes, it's a potentially huge day at the top and bottom of the Premier League, as well as in the race for a Champions League spot.

    United can boost their top-four hopes if they win on Merseyside, before title-chasing Liverpool visit relegation-threatened Cardiff and fourth-placed Arsenal face Crystal Palace.

    So get your sun lounger out, eat that chocolate before it melts and settle down in the garden to follow all the action live with us this afternoon.

  4. Post update

    Everton v Man Utd (13:30 BST)


    Some call it the 'Jesper Blomqvist Derby'...

    ...some don't.


    Either way, it's Everton against Manchester United at Goodison Park to kick-off a splendid Sunday of Premier League football.

    Let's go...