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Summary

  1. Liverpool stay top with 5-0 win over Watford
  2. Chelsea beat Spurs 2-0; Kepa dropped
  3. Man Utd win 3-1 at Crystal Palace
  4. Arsenal thrash Bournemouth 5-1
  5. Southampton beat Fulham 2-0
  6. Aguero scores penalty in 1-0 Man City win
  7. Get involved: #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)
  8. Burnley, Brighton & Huddersfield news conferences from 13:00 GMT

Live Reporting

By Denise Evans

All times stated are UK

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  1. See you!

    Ok then, that's your lot from me at the moment.

    I'm off for a sandwich and to re-watch more replays of that incredible Keiran Trippier own goal.

    Here's what's in store in the Premier League this weekend:

    Saturday, 2 March

    • Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal (12:30 GMT)
    • AFC Bournemouth v Manchester City (15:00 GMT)
    • Brighton & Hove Albion v Huddersfield Town (15:00 GMT)
    • Burnley v Crystal Palace (15:00 GMT)
    • Manchester United v Southampton (15:00 GMT)
    • Wolverhampton Wanderers v Cardiff City (15:00 GMT)
    • West Ham United v Newcastle United (17:30 GMT)

    Sunday, 3 March

    • Watford v Leicester City (12:00 GMT)
    • Fulham v Chelsea (14:05 GMT)
    • Everton v Liverpool (16:30 GMT)
    Jurgen Klopp and Marco Silva
  2. Was Sarri wrong to drop Kepa?

    Ian Wright and Alan Shearer debate whether Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri was right to drop goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga after his refusal to leave the pitch during their League Cup final defeat

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    Video caption: Chelsea 2-0 Tottenham: Was Maurizio Sarri wrong to drop Kepa Arrizabalaga?
  3. Suarez at the double

    Real Madrid 0-3 Barcelona

    Barcelona

    Luis Suarez scored a brace to help Barcelona knock El Clasico rivals Real Madrid out of the Copa del Rey.

    Barcelona won 3-0 at the Bernabeu, taking the two-legged tie 4-1 on aggregate.

    Real dominated with 14 shots to Barca's four but the visitors were clinical when it mattered.

    Match report

    Luis Suarez
  4. Pellegrini wasn't happy with a certain decision at The Etihad

    Man City 1- 0 West Ham

    West Ham United

    Former Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini didn't agree with the decision to award a penalty against his West Ham side.

    After the game he said he was "not happy" with the result.

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    Video caption: Manchester City 1-0 West Ham United: Pellegrini disagrees with City penalty winner
  5. Prince William criticises football clubs over mental health

    The Duke of Cambridge has questioned football clubs and their attitude towards mental health.

    Prince William, who is president of the Football Association, accused clubs that fail to support players of a "dereliction of duty".

    The prince, who has been a strong advocate for mental health, created the charity Heads Together in 2017 with the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.

    "Some of these clubs don't do anything about mental health," he said.

    "They pick a player up, he plays football, 'no good', move on.

    "If we've got to change anything, we've got to change the whole way we look after players.

    "Many players come from difficult backgrounds and may have all sorts of issues going on."

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    Prince William
  6. 'Easy to drop Kepa'- Sarri

    Chelsea 2-0 Tottenham

    Chelsea

    Should Kepa remain out of the Chelsea team for more games after #substitutongate on Sunday?

    Manager Maurizio Sarri doesn't seem too affected by the decision to drop him for the win over Tottenham.

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    Video caption: Chelsea 2-0 Tottenham: Sarri praises 'important' win for Chelsea
  7. 'Lukaku grabbed his chance' - Solskjaer

    Crystal Palace 1-3 Man Utd

    Manchester United

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was asked about striker Romelu Lukaku's performance following his two goals in Manchester United's win over Crystal Palace.

    "He [Lukaku] has done loads of running up and down the line, right wing, left wing. He's had a different role because of Marcus Rashford's form," Solskjaer said.

    "He got a chance up front. Two very good finishes, could have had another one as well earlier on, so I am very pleased for Rom. He is a quality finisher.

    "It's great to have him around the place, always happy, always working on his finishing. He's played more than you think, but he's played wide right, wide left, so it's Rash's form that has moved him out there.

    "Now with Rash's injury, he grabbed his chance."

    Solskjaer and Lukaku
  8. Outstanding!

    Liverpool 5-0 Watford

    Liverpool

    "You know what was written and said about us. It is of course not right," Klopp told BBC Sport afterward his side thrashed Watford 5-0.

    "These boys are outstanding and today they showed so much passion."

    Klopp's side were 2-0 ahead in 20 minutes as Senegal forward Mane headed the first before doubling the lead with an outrageous backheel, Trent Alexander-Arnold providing both assists.

    Mohamed Salah hit the post before Divock Origi beat Ben Foster at his near post to make it 3-0.

    Virgil Van Dijk scored two late headers, including one from another Alexander-Arnold assist.

    Jurgen Klopp
  9. What happened in the Premier League on Tuesday?

    In Tuesday night's other Premier League games, Huddersfeild battled to a 1-0 win over Wolves, which was their first in the league since November.

    Leicester won 2-1 in front of new boss Brendan Rodgers who was watching from the stands, who joined the club from Celtic after Claude Puel was sacked on Sunday.

    And finally, Newcastle kept up their good home form with a 2-0 win over Burnley.

    Mounie
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    Jay Barnes: Mesut Ozil once again showed why he's one of the absolute best in the world when it comes to putting in a performance once every five or so matches

    SMS Message: What has Aguero got to do to get player of the year? Leading scorer again with a ridiculous average of one goal every 98 minutes. Will no doubt be overlooked again. from NIgel
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  11. Sigurdsson tops the table

    Everton

    Gylfi Sigurdsson

    I know we've all slept twice since then. so I'm going to recap Tuesday's games quickly.

    Everton recorded a valuable win over Cardiff.

    A Gylfi Sigurdsson brace helped the Toffees to a 3-0 win.

    Speaking of Gylfi Sigurdsson, the midfielder is now the top scoring Icelandic player in Premier League history.

    Iceland scorers
  12. Johnson on 5 live Breakfast

    Former Liverpool defender Glen Johnson was a guest on BBC Radio 5 live's breakfast show this morning.

    Johnson was part of the Liverpool squad that went close to winning the league under Brendan Rodgers in 2014.

    He had plenty to say, but the main bits were:

    • He's backing Liverpool for the title
    • The expectation from the fans is “good pressure”
    • Liverpool and Man City will drop points before the end of the season
    • He would have dropped Kepa if he’d have been in Sarri’s position
    • Dropping Kepa shows the issue between Kepa and Sarri hasn’t been resolved

    To listen to the interview, click here or log on to the BBC Sounds app.

    Glen Johnson
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    AtoD: The mighty northern Reds are catching you Spurs

  14. Did Ozil impress on his Premier League recall?

    Arsenal 5-1 Bournemouth

    Arsenal

    Arsenal manager Unai Emery had this to say about Mesut Ozil after he played an integral part in his side's 5-1 win over Bournemouth.

    "Mesut helped us with his quality and work," Emery said.

    "All the players should be proud tonight and it is the same for Mesut."

    Here's BBC Sport's Jonathan Jurejko's take on the German's performance.

    Mesut Ozil
  15. A frustrating night for one former Man Utd player

    Crystal Palace 1-3 manchester United

    Former Manchester United player Wilfried Zaha endured a difficult night at Selhurst Park.

    The forward scored twice against Leicester last week, but couldn't find the net for Crystal Palace against his old club on Wednesday night.

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    Christopher Stanley: VVD for player of the season, last season thought he was OK but not worth the money, this season he has shown he is worth every penny. The assist for Origi in the derby is enough to win if I am honest...

  17. What happened in the Premier League on Wednesday?

    Well, in a nutshell, there was wins for Liverpool, Man City, Arsenal, Chelsea & Man United.

    And here's a full rundown all in one place of how the games panned out on Wednesday evening.

    Aguero
  18. Post update

    In case you missed this one yesterday, Manchester City are under investigation regarding a 'banned £200,000 payment' to former player Jadon Sancho's agent.

    Sancho is now starring for Borussia Dortmund in the Bundesliga.

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    Image caption: Jadon Sancho playing for Manchester City