Leicester must wait to claim the Premier League title after being held to a 1-1 draw by Manchester United at Old Trafford.
Sadio Mane scored a hat-trick as Southampton thumped Manchester City 4-2 in the Premier League on Sunday.
Andre Ayew scored twice as Swansea comfortably beat a much-changed Liverpool side 3-1 in the Premier League on Sunday.
The top stories making the back pages of Monday's newspapers, with Manchester United stepping up their pursuit of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Louis van Gaal insists Marouane Fellaini's elbow on Robert Huth was a "normal reaction" to having his hair pulled.
Claudio Ranieri insists he won't watch the match that could see Leicester crowned champions because he will be on a plane.
Guus Hiddink says John Terry still has the same desire he had during the Dutchman's first spell in charge at Chelsea.
Tottenham will make a late decision on Eric Dier ahead of their Premier League match at Chelsea on Monday Night Football.
Arsene Wenger says backing from the majority of Arsenal fans will not tempt him to try and match Sir Alex Ferguson's 26-year reign.
Mauricio Pochettino hopes his new Tottenham deal will help the club attract new stars and keep their current ones.
Man Utd's Marouane Fellaini is likely to face retrospective action from the FA after he hit out at Leicester's Robert Huth, says Graeme Souness.
Man City lacked urgency and desire at Southampton and they have 'short-changed' their fans this season, says Graeme Souness.
We look at the top-four race as Arsenal, Man City, Man Utd and West Ham battle it out.
Jurgen Klopp took the blame after Daniel Sturridge failed to acknowledge Liverpool fans following a 3-1 defeat at Swansea on Sunday.
Refereeing decisions, Riyad Mahrez and Wayne Rooney feature in our Old Trafford talking points.
Ronald Koeman was full of praise for his players after Southampton thrashed Manchester City 4-2 at St Mary's on Sunday.
All the latest transfer talk as Arsenal reportedly enter the race to sign Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski.
Manuel Pellegrini defended his team selection after Manchester City were beaten 4-2 at Southampton on Sunday.
Ed Chamberlin is joined in the studio by Graeme Souness, Neil Lennon and Thierry Henry to reflect on Super Sunday.
Francesco Guidolin said he was happy to help Swansea reach Premier League safety after a 3-1 victory against Liverpool.