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Live Reporting

By Alex Bysouth and Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

  1. Get Involved


    Paul: That is surely it for Mustafi? No future at Arsenal now.

    Rachel: Palace putting on a regal performance on HM Queen’s Birthday

    Hugo: Roy has done an immense job with this Palace team. Imagine how good they could be if Benteke could properly rediscover his form of old?!

  2. GOAL - Arsenal 2-3 Crystal Palace

    Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

    Wonderful entertainment at the Emirates! Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang weaves past two defenders on the right, tries to link up with Alexandre Lacazette, Joel Ward cuts it out and the Gabon man just walks on to the loose ball and crashes it into the corner from the edge of the area. Clean as you like!

    Aubameyang scores

    Cardiff 0-1 Liverpool

    That must be one of the shortest Premier League appearances of the season. Fabinho doesn't pass the head injury inquest and he quite rightly comes off. James Milner is on.

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    Arsenal 1-3 Crystal Palace

    There was a question mark over whether James McArthur was offside as he nodded in Palace's third - replays show he was definitely ON.

    McArthur celebrates
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    Cardiff 0-1 Liverpool

    Decent chance for Virgil van Dijk but the big man can't time his jump and nods it wide. Fabinho, who has been on for about 10 seconds, has taken a whack to the head.


    Cardiff 0-1 Liverpool

    Could be a nervy finale for Liverpool. Sadio Mane squirrels into the area but can't get a cross away as Fabinho comes on for Naby Keita.

  7. 'Huge miss'

    Cardiff 0-1 Liverpool

    Michael Brown

    Former Manchester City and Spurs midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    It is a huge opportunity. It's a wonderful ball in around the back and Sean Morrison is normally quite reliable in those areas. It has rolled down his neck and it's a huge miss.

  8. GOAL - Arsenal 1-3 Crystal Palace

    James McArthur

    It looks like Crystal Palace are going to win the Ian Wright derby! Another set-piece causes complete meltdown in the Arsenal defence. Great ball in by Luka Milivojevic, Scott Dann nods it on and James McArthur is free to head in from just a few yards out.

    This will confirm Palace in the Premier League for another year.

    James McArthur scores
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    Arsenal 1-2 Crystal Palace

    The Easter Arsenal horrorshow at the back continues as Crystal Palace almost get clear again. So much hesitation back there!


    Cardiff 0-1 Liverpool

    HOW has that stayed out?! A miss that is felt in Manchester as much as it is in Cardiff. The ground is in shocked silence as Cardiff defender Sean Morrison somehow fails to score.

    I've had to watch it twice to see how on earth that stayed out. A corner is whipped in from the right, Alisson comes and flaps at it and Morrison has an open goal.

    He somehow ends up clearing it behind him instead of finding the net! He actually mistimes his jump, and the ball hits him on the back and squirms away.

    Liverpool's year?

    Morrison miss
  11. CLOSE!

    Cardiff 0-1 Liverpool

    Georginio Wijnaldum's goal is just his second to be scored away from home in the Premier League, with the other 19 all coming in home games.

    And that should be 2-0! Lovely flowing move which ends in a pull-back to Jordan Henderson, 10 yards out, and he fires over the bar.

  12. GOAL - Arsenal 1-2 Crystal Palace

    Wilfried Zaha

    Look up 'rubbish defending' in a dictionary and you'll see this goal. Dear, oh dear, oh dear!

    Palace launch a free-kick from inside their own half, Christian Benteke beats two Arsenal men to it and nods it on, Shkodran Mustafi should still have it under control but for no known reason tries to leave it for his goalkeeper when there's no way that can happen.

    Wilfried Zaha spins around the Germany defender and pokes the ball past Bernd Leno and in. Laughable.

    Zaha goal
    Zaha celebrates
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    Cardiff 0-1 Liverpool

    Liverpool bouncing now, metaphorically and literally as Sadio Mane is sent tumbling in the corner. Mo Salah's free-kick is well cleared.

    Can Cardiff find a way out of this one?

  14. GOAL - Cardiff 0-1 Liverpool

    Gini Wijnaldum

    He got hold of that one! WHACK!

    Trent Alexander-Arnold's corner is either a miscue or a well disguised pass, he hoiks it over from the right to the near post, Gini Wijnaldum has peeled off his man and absolutely wallops it into the back of the net from eight yards.

    Hammered in. Huge relief in the away end and all over the Liverpool players' faces...

    Wijnaldum scores
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    Cardiff 0-0 Liverpool

    Trent Alexander-Arnold finds himself on the left wing as Liverpool reorganise after a half-cleared corner and the England man nails a shot at goal. It's hit very, very hard, and with a touch of wobble, but it's never quite on target and fizzes into the stands.

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    Arsenal 1-1 Crystal Palace

    Much, much better from Arsenal since the break. Alex Iwobi has made a big difference.

  17. CLOSE!

    Cardiff 0-0 Liverpool

    Getting closer! Wooosh!

    Gini Wijnaldum wins the ball back brilliantly and sends Sadio Mane into space on the left of the area, he has Andy Roberston on the overlap but uses him by not using him, instead firing in a dipping shot from a tight angle which ruffles the roof of the net on its way into the stands.

    Jurgen Klopp is looking a touch concerned. This would be filed under two expensive dropped points.

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    Cardiff 0-0 Liverpool

    Cardiff aren't just parking the bus, they continue to ask questions of the Liverpool defence as Sean Morrison loops a header on to the roof of the net. He actually wants a penalty as he thinks he was held by Andy Robertson as he met it...

  19. GOAL - Arsenal 1-1 Crystal Palace

    Mesut Ozil

    How has he got that in there?! Sub Alex Iwobi is immediately involved in engineering some space on the left, he feeds Alexandre Lacazette and he then threads it on into the path of Mesut Ozil.

    He's inside the area, to the left of goal and the angle is tight, but he still somehow squeezes a shot past Vicente Guaita and his near post.

    Unai Emery shakes the hands of all his backroom staff. Half-time changes well done.

    Ozil goal

    Arsenal 0-1 Crystal Palace

    Unai Emery likes a half-time change and here's two - Ainsley Maitland-Niles and Alex Iwobi are on for Carl Jenkinson and Konstantinos Mavropanos.