ARSENAL 1-1 WOLVES
MAN CITY 3-1 MAN UTD
CHELSEA 0-0 EVERTON
LIVERPOOL 2-0 FULHAM
CRYSTAL PALACE 0-1 TOTTENHAM
NEWCASTLE 2-1 BOURNEMOUTH
SOUTHAMPTON 1-1 WATFORD
HUDDERSFIELD 1-1 WEST HAM
LEICESTER 0-0 BURNLEY
CARDIFF 2-1 BRIGHTON
ALL OF TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS
Before we sign off for the evening, let's bring you all of today's highlights (available to view on our mobile app, only).
SPURS STRENGTHEN POSITION
And that result means Tottenham strengthen their position in the Champions League places, albeit ahead of games involving all of the teams around them tomorrow. They are level on 27 points with Chelsea and Liverpool. That's two points behind leaders Manchester City, having played one game more.
Stick with us - highlights from Selhurst Park are on the way...
C PALACE 0-1 TOTTENHAM
It's all over.
Another away win for Tottenham. More disappointment at home for Palace.
Foyth is the hero for Spurs while Sorloth spurned a brilliant late chance to snatch a draw.
WATCH: SORLOTH CHANCE
Here's a look at that chance for Sorloth, which he should have finished...
90+1: CHANCE! What a chance for Palace. Sorloth has to score.
A shot from the edge of the box takes a deflection and falls through kindly for Sorloth, who is one-on-one with Lloris. The striker goes for power but smashes the shot straight at the goalkeeper.
WATCH: LLORIS SAVE
How crucial could this prove to be? Hugo Lloris gets down well to deny Jeff Schlupp...
85: CHANCE! Palace are starting to apply some pressure.
Van Aanholt plays a clever one-two and then puts in a cross which takes a deflection and falls for Townsend. It's at an awkward height for him to hit and he can only scoop it goalwards, making it a comfortable save for Lloris.
C PALACE 0-1 TOTTENHAM
83: Play is stopped as Lamela has blood on his face. Looked like he was caught by Schlupp as he fell to the floor. He gets to his feet and is going to be replaced. He is holding a pad to his bleeding forehead as he makes way for Winks.
80: SAVE! Palace cause problems from a free-kick and then keep it alive and play it out to Schlupp, who hits a shot that Lloris pushes away.
WATCH: THOMMO ON DECISION
Phil Thompson says the referee got Southampton's disallowed goal 'totally wrong' costing them two points as they drew with Watford.
WATCH: FOYTH STRIKES
It's Tottenham who have the breakthrough at Selhurst Park, with Juan Foyth taking advantage of slack defending from Crystal Palace to put the visitors ahead.
GOAL! C PALACE 0-1 TOTTENHAM (Foyth, 66)
Would you believe it?
After conceding two penalties on his debut last week, Foyth has scored his first Premier League goal.
It's really slack defending from Palace as Kane wins a header from a corner which deflects off McArthur and loops up into the air.
Ayew really should get there first but he waits for the ball to drop and it proves costly as Foyth leaps and heads in from close range.
AUSTIN FUMES WITH OFFICIALS
Southampton striker Charlie Austin had a goal controversially ruled out against Watford and didn't hold back, claiming 'the officials need help' and says they 'cost Saints two points.'
C PALACE 0-0 TOTTENHAM
58: CLOSE! A corner comes out to Davies and he hits a shot into the ground. It bounces up into the box and Kane jumps for it, but can only nod a header over the bar under pressure.
We've little over half an hour left at Selhurst Park and that means it's probably worth another look at tomorrow's fixtures to see what else we've got lined up for you this weekend. There are four more games to go, with a Super Sunday double header to feast your eyes upon as Chelsea host Everton and Manchester City take on their great rivals Manchester United. Both games are live on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event.
54: CHANCE! Big chance for Tomkins.
Again it's from a corner which is played to the back post. Tomkins gets free of Alli but heads wide at the near post.
Surely he had to go across goal with the header.
MAGUIRE, MADDISON LEAD MARCH
On an emotional day for everyone associated with Leicester, Harry Maguire and James Maddison led a march attended by thousands of supporters in honour of owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha.
50: CHANCE! Lucky for Lloris, very lucky.
The corner is chipped in from the right side and Lloris comes to punch and misses it completely. Fortunately for the goalkeeper, Tomkins, who was probably not expecting the ball to come through to him, can't keep his header down.
47: They're back underway at Selhurst and Palace look for Ayew with a ball over the top but Foyth gets there first and passes back to Lloris.
NICHOLAS ON LEICESTER
It's been a tough week for Leicester following the squad's trip to Thailand for the first couple of days of Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha's funeral and Charlie Nicholas believes that had an effect on the performance Claude Puel's team gave.
"It was a decent performance," he said. "They never created a great amount of chances and when they did, Joe Hart was more than equal to them.
"They did hit the bar and overall, I think Leicester probably did have the slight edge but Burnley looked more like the old Burnley with their organisation.
"With the emotions running around Leicester at the moment, the passion of the crowd and the commitment, it was about trying to get through the day.
"They (the fans) were energetic and got behind their team. The team showed good energy too but they must have been mentally and physically tired.
"Although they didn't give in to that, I could see they were just missing a half yard. There were some decent performances and I think both teams will be relatively pleased."
It's goalless at Selhurst Park between Crystal Palace and Tottenham - here are the best bits from a rainy first half in south London.
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And that is half-time.
Spurs have been on top but Palace have hung in there.
LE TISS ON HUDDERSFIELD
After their recent home win over Fulham, Huddersfield picked up another point at home to West Ham today in a 1-1 draw - but Matt Le Tissier thinks it should have been all three.
He said on Gillette Soccer Saturday: "I don't really think West Ham were at the races today and they weren't at their very best. Huddersfield will possibly feel like that's two points dropped.
"They got off to a great start just six minutes in when Pritchard scored but they've got to score more than one goal in a Premier League game this season and they'll never have a better chance.
"Mounie had a couple of chances, Depoitre had a real good chance right at the end there when there was a lovely cross and he just couldn't get anything on it. Billing hit the post with a cross which was so close to going in. They'll feel it's two points dropped."
'INJURIES ROCKED US'
Bournemouth's Eddie Howe says injuries to Adam Smith and Jefferson Lerma were a disruption to them during their 2-1 loss at Newcastle.
'WE HAVE NO LUCK'
After seeing his Huddersfield team pegged back and held to a 1-1 draw by West Ham, David Wagner says once they get luck going their way they'll gain more points.
WATCH: KANE DENIED
Harry Kane's gone close for Tottenham at Palace - but was kept out well by home goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey.
PUEL PROUD OF PLAYERS
Following the 0-0 draw with Burnley, Leicester manager Claude Puel says he's proud of his players after a difficult period for the club.
WATCH: DELE'S CHANCE
Was it a shot or a pass? Either way, Dele Alli will feel he should have done better with this opportunity.
C PALACE 0-0 TOTTENHAM
28: CHANCE! Davies does well to dig out a cross and it finds Alli unmarked about 12 yards out. He looks to place a header - maybe trying to pass it to Kane instead of shoot - and it goes a few yards wide of goal.
Pochettino puts his palms out as if to say 'what was that?'.
MERSE ON NEWCASTLE
Newcastle are up to 14th in the Premier League after beating Bournemouth 2-1 - and they impressed Paul Merson in the process.
He told Gillette Soccer Saturday: "I thought their game management, especially towards the end when they were 2-1 up, was very good.
"Bournemouth gave what they had and I thought they just ran out of a few ideas but it was a really good game.
"Rondon's second was a phenomenal header. It was a proper number nine's goal and the goalie - who I think was outstanding last week - was outstanding again. He's made some great saves. He's probably the one that got them the points.
"Back to back wins, when you're in the bottom half of the Premier League, is big stuff in a week."
'OFFICIALS COST US'
Mark Hughes was left frustrated after Charlie Austin had a goal controversially ruled out for offside as Southampton drew 1-1 with Watford.
'A POINT IS FAIR'
Watford boss Javi Gracia believes the point his side took from their 1-1 draw at Southampton was a fair outcome.
19: CLOSE! Sissoko cuts in from the left side, skips past a couple of tackles, gets into the box, goes past Tomkins and then hits a shot which is well blocked by Sakho.
Crucial block from Sakho as Sissoko was only 10 yards out.
'OCCASION BIGGER THAN GAME'
Sean Dyche reflects on an emotional day at the King Power Stadium as Leicester pay tribute to Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha ahead of their match against Burnley.
'A BEAUTIFUL GOAL'
Manuel Pellegrini reflects on West Ham's 1-1 draw with Huddersfield, in which Felipe Anderson scored a late equaliser for the away side.
17:CHANCE! Sakho plays a ball over the top from inside his own half, which Townsend gets to ahead of Foyth.
Townsend has a shot from an acute angle and drives it into the side-netting.
THOMMO ON DISALLOWED GOAL
Phil Thompson thinks Austin is right to feel hard done by and told Gillette Soccer Saturday: "This was astonishing. This is not right. Everybody goes celebrating and there's not one of the Watford players who think there's anything untoward.
"The ball gets pulled back towards the edge of the box, Charlie Austin strikes the ball and it takes a bit of a deflection.
"You have Yoshida, who was standing what you consider at the far post or just outside and he makes absolutely no attempt to go anywhere near the ball.
"The ball is probably about a yard away from him and if anything, he just watches the ball sail past him into the back of the net. It's a goal.
"Simon Hooper gets this totally wrong - or he's taken information from his assistant on the side and who is further away. Looking at his angle, he might think he's interfering with the goalkeeper's line of vision.
"He's not. He's to the side of Ben Foster so he's not impeding his view. If he is being given information, he should overrule him because he can see Yoshida is not making any attempt to play the ball or impeding.
"It's a perfectly good goal. It's an easy decision that he (the referee) shouldn't get wrong."
AUSTIN'S ASTONISHING RANT
In his post-match interview with Sky Sports, Southampton's Charlie Austin raged at the officials after he had a goal ruled out for offside with his side 1-0 ahead.
"It’s ridiculous. They shouldn’t be in the game. They get a
point. We scored a perfectly good goal to make it 2-0 and the game is done and
dusted. We won the game, but the officials cost us two points today.
"They said it was offside. They said it hit Maya but it didn’t.
I hit it twice. It hit me and bobbed up. That’s why it has done Foster. It’s a
"You go on about VAR this and VAR that, help the officials
out. Clearly they need help. We play in the Premier League, the best league in the world,
the most-watched league in the world. So give them all the help they need
because clearly they cost us two points today. It’s a joke."
BENITEZ CREDITS PLAYERS
Newcastle's Rafael Benitez says his players gave everything in their 2-1 win over Bournemouth at St James' Park.
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