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Summary

  1. Burnley relegated despite victory
  2. Villa, Leicester & Stoke also win
  3. Struggling Newcastle hold West Brom
  4. FT: Everton 0-2 Sunderland

Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance and Marc Higginson

All times stated are UK

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And that's a wrap from us here. Thanks for your company as ever on an engaging day at the foot of the Premier League table.

See you tomorrow for more of the same.

KICK-OFF

Crystal Palace 0-1 Man Utd

We are back under way.

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SUBSTITUTION

Crystal Palace 0-1 Man Utd - Rooney off

Wayne Rooney went through a bizarre 10-minute solo warm-up at half-time, he appeared to be testing an injury, and he's now coming off. On comes Radamel Falcao.

Crystal Palace 0-1 Man Utd

James Scowcroft

Ex-Crystal Palace striker on BBC London 94.9

"Crystal Palace finished the half strongly but if they concede another goal the game will be over. With the league position they are in they can just relax so they should just go for it.

"Luke Shaw going off has disrupted Manchester United, but United have been the better side, created the better openings and showed their quality. Palace have played as if they have got their brakes on."

HALF-TIME

Crystal Palace 0-1 Man Utd

Juan Mata's penalty gives Manchester United a half-time lead.

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'We stirred the hornets' nest'

Newcastle 1-1 West Brom

Newcastle manager John Carver: "When you suffer that sucker blow of conceding the first goal, it is hard. It was like land of the giants against West Brom, with the back four who are all centre-backs.

"But I think we showed courage and the fans got right behind the team and roared us on. It was like the old St James' Park.

Papiss Cisse
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"I think that all the players showed the fight to show what the team and the club means to them. Sometimes you need to stir the hornets' nest to get us going and maybe some of the things that have happened this week have done that.

"Our destiny is in our own hands and the dressing room is about a million times better than it was after Leicester. We need to show a little more finishing ability, but we have Papiss Cisse back for us after he gave us 20 minutes or so today."

Crystal Palace 0-1 Man Utd

The social media reaction to the return of Jonny Evans was not particularly kind...

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Crystal Palace 0-1 Man Utd

Dan Church: What is going on with Luke Shaw ? Can't buy 90 minutes without an injury. Poor bloke

Stoogenuge: Luke "Hargreaves" Shaw.

Jamie McKellar: Dunno who's just come on but he's a spitting image of Jonny Evans.

'The toughest week of my life'

Newcastle 1-1 West Brom

More from John Carver on BBC Radio 5 live: "It's probably been the toughest week of my life.

John Carver
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"There's been an awful lot said but one thing I would say is when you see a performance like that - and hopefully it's not too late - is that the players do care and they do want to stay in the Premier League."

Referring to his

best coach in the world comment, he added: "When I go to the golf course and stand on that tee box I think I am the best golfer in the world.

"When I play cricket I think I am the best all-rounder in the world.

"The remark I made was tongue-in-cheek. That's the way I am."

SUBSTITUTION

Crystal Palace 0-1 Man Utd - Shaw injured

Luke Shaw has had an injury-hit season at Manchester United and he's got another one here. He went up for a header and must have had a bad landing, he was holding his neck. He leaves the field on a stretcher and Jonny Evans comes on.

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'A ludicrous decision'

Hull 0-1 Burnley

Hull boss Steve Bruce on centre-half Michael Dawson being off the pitch when Burnley scored: "I'm not making any excuses but that rule is totally and utterly ludicrous. It is ridiculous that your centre-half has to go off because of a bit of blood on his nose. It was hardly gushing out.

Michael Dawson
Empics

"It's nonsense. It might not have affected the result but it didn't help. You expect Michael Dawson to be standing there and heading the ball clear. It summed up the afternoon for us."

On survival: "No one gave us a cat in hell's chance at Palace or Liverpool, but we believe we can get a result at Tottenham next week. We have got to play better - but we can't play any worse than today."

Barcelona 0-0 Real Sociedad

Spanish La Liga

David Moyes continues to frustrate Barcelona! It's goalless at the break.

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Hull have a mountain to climb - Bruce

Hull 0-1 Burnley

Hull manager Steve Bruce on his team slipping into the bottom three: "It's a huge disappointment - it has been an awful weekend. The disappointing thing for me is that we needed a big performance and we didn't play. For large parts the game bypassed us.

"That's the disappointing thing after playing so well against Crystal Palace and Liverpool a week ago. We played nowhere near to the standard required to win a Premier League game.

"Burnley have beaten us twice and if you want to stay in this division you have got to beat the likes of Burnley. Whether the occasion got to them, I'm not sure. Now we have got a mountain to climb."

Steve BRuce
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Steve gets that sinking feeling...

"It was like being in a football stadium again."

Newcastle 1-1 West Brom

John Carver
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Newcastle manager John Carver on BBC Radio 5 live: "We went 1-0 down from another set-piece but showed some character. We didn't show that last week at Leicester and it was good to see.

"The brilliant thing for me was that it was like being in a football stadium again. Everybody was so focused on the football, including me.

"I thought the fans were fantastic, and that's not me playing lip service, that's from the heart."

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Crystal Palace 0-1 Man Utd

Carl Taylor: If that's at the other end of the pitch it's not a penalty, simple as.

Andrew Morris: Pen all day long. Dann deliberately moved his arm toward the ball and it hit his arm. Solution? Don't move arm towards the ball!

Dee Evans: A referee call that Sir Alex would be proud of!

Crystal Palace 0-1 Man Utd

Who do you think has scored the most penalties in Premier League history?

It's Liverpool with 102, ahead of Chelsea on 100, Arsenal on 94, Manchester United on 90 now and Newcastle on 89.

'I'm not interested in other results'

Aston Villa 1-0 West Ham

Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood: "I'm not interested in other results. It's in our hands. If we get the results, we'll stay up.

"The results haven't always gone our way, but the performances have been gradually improving. Today wasn't pretty, but we deserved the win, no doubt about that.

Tom Cleverley
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"I watched Tom Cleverley score a lot of goals for Watford many years ago, but you've got to get into the box to score goals - and he's done that.

"I want two wins now. We're going all out for that."

GOAL

Crystal Palace 0-1 Man Utd - Juan Mata (Pen 19 mins)

Juan Mata steps up, left footed, passed into the corner. Tidily done.

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Crystal Palace 0-0 Man Utd

Fraser McIntosh: The virus at United this week must have been bad. They all look as white as a sheet.

Mitul Patel: What's more silly? Wasting two hours of revision or watching United attempt to score.

Brandon Clarke: A win for Palace today and suddenly it's exciting to be a Liverpool fan again!

PENALTY to UNITED

Crystal Palace 0-0 Man Utd

Ashley Young's cross hits Scott Dann on the arm and the penalty is given! It was high up, near his chest, that looks harsh to me.

'We are almost there'

Leicester 2-0 Southampton

Leicester City winger Marc Albrighton: "This run is breeding confidence in us. There is a sense we are almost there but we need to keep doing what we are doing. I'd be surprised if the club has been through so many big games in such a short space of time but we have two massive ones now.

Marc Albrighton
Reuters

"We were dead and buried eight weeks ago and everyone pointed that out so if we can pull this escape off it will go down as one of the greatest."

'Delighted we're staying up'

Newcastle 1-1 West Brom

West Brom manager Tony Pulis: "The lads have got 40 points before we have come here today. We knew that Newcastle would be up for it today, but we have responsibility to the clubs around the bottom who are fighting for their lives.

Tony Pulis
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"We are just sorry that we have had two clear-cut chances that have come back off the post. I'm delighted for all the Albion supporters and everyone who has backed me since I have come in here that we are staying up.

"We will try and change one or two things around on and off the pitch in the summer, but we want to keep the same sprit that has held us in good stead.

"It is very difficult to say what a team is going to do in the next game, they showed great fighting spirit today, but if you look at results around the bottom of the table it is a credit to all those managers down there how they have responded to the challenge."

HITS THE WOODWORK

Crystal Palace 0-0 Man Utd

Worth a go...! Daley Blind lines up a 25-yarder and hits a swerving strike, right across the ground, and Julian Speroni just about gets a hand on to it and pushes it against the post. Brilliant save!

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'We were excellent'

Stoke 3-0 Tottenham

Stoke City

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes: "We got the reward for a really good performance, we were excellent from start to finish and saw the game out quite comfortably.

Mark Hughes
Reuters

"In recent weeks we have conceded the opening goal but today we got our noses in front and I felt we were really comfortable. It was a performance of a top 10 side. The quality of our play at times was exceptional."

Crystal Palace 0-0 Man Utd

James Scowcroft

Ex-Crystal Palace striker on BBC London 94.9

"It's another fantastic game but they are two teams not in great form. Manchester United are desperate to get a win to cement their place in the top four of the Premier League.

"Crystal Palace are safe and will be playing in the Premier League next season, but will want to end their season on a high."

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Newcastle 1-1 West Brom

Nico Lennon: Big point for us (Newcastle) today. Vital to stop rot. Burnley did huge favour winning at Hull. On to QPR next week with Janmaat back.

Jonathan Grieve: That was a really nervous 90 minutes. 3 points would have been nice but I can't complain. Much more optimistic for #nufc now.

'We have been phenomenal'

Leicester 2-0 Southampton

Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson talks to Match of the Day's Gary Lineker: "It transpires that we needed the run we have had to give ourselves a chance. When you get to Christmas with the position we were in we were hoping we'd get to the final day with it still being in our hands. We have had a fantastic run but have work to do. Even for a weird manager like myself we have to take stick and see it through.

Nigel Pearson
PA
Is Pearson sport's most prominent Nigel these days?

"The players continue to work hard, believe in ourselves. Throughout the season we played to a level where the results didn't always reflect our performances. The fans stuck with us, they've seen enough to suggest we've got performances in us. This run's been phenomenal really. Look at Sunderland's win today at Everton, it shows you can't really compare seasons. With 37 points we are still having to fight hard."

KICK-OFF

Crystal Palace 0-0 Man Utd

Game on!

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Hull 0-1 Burnley

Finian in Peterborough: Plenty of the Burnley players such as Danny Ings, George Boyd etc are of Premier Lague quality, so expect a lot of players to leave this summer.

Callum in London: Burnley are in good hands to come straight back with Sean Dyche at the helm. Let's hope they see sense and stick with him.

Crystal Palace v Man Utd (17:30 BST)

The sides are out at a sunny Selhurst Park. Palace are safe from the drop, while a win for Manchester United would see them close in on Arsenal in third.

'We are hungry for European football'

Leicester 2-0 Southampton

Southampton manager Ronald Koeman talks to BBC Sport: "If you start the game and you know the opponent is fighting against relegation you can expect they are aggressive and we weren't in the beginning. It's difficult to explain.

"At least we had a reaction. We didn't create any good chances. It's difficult to explain because we play for European football. If you watch the first goal it tells everything. Between three or four players from Southampton, their player is scoring a goal.

"Everybody is hungry for European football because it's a great achievement and still we are in that situation, we have to react and change our mentality.

"Always the last part of the season gives someone a good or bad feeling. We need a reaction next week at home because the fans expect and deserve a team that will win next week."

Aston Villa 1-0 West Ham

Kevin Kilbane

BBC Final Score

"Aston Villa are playing well. They had their backs to the wall in the second half and when you're near the bottom of the table, in front but under pressure it is a true test."

You'd think that that Burnley side can be right at the top end of the Championship next season if there are no major changes. The Norwich side in the play-offs is basically the one which went down. Obviously they will lose Danny Ings - where is he going to end up now?

We're in good shape to bounce back - Dyche

Hull 0-1 Burnley

Dyche
PA

Burnley manager Sean Dyche after his side's relegation was confirmed despite beating Hull: "I'm delighted with the way the players performed today and the manner of the result. Statistically we knew it would be tough to stay up, but mentally the players have been terrific. To say they have been written off from the start by so many - their resilience has been fantastic. We did what we had to do today but we have not done it enough over the course of the season.

"Scoring goals has been our problem. Our shape has been good, our energy and work-rate has been terrific. The players will grow from these experiences - so will I, so will the staff, so will the club. I've been proud of the players home and away, we have always tried to attack and played on the front foot. But of course relegation is disappointing.

"I believe we're in decent shape to bounce straight back. There will be definite growth in the players. I can imagine we will be competitive in the Championship next season."

Hull 0-1 Burnley

Guy Mowbray

BBC MOTD commentator at the KC Stadium

"Today's performance has been a step forward for Burnley, and typified what they have brought to the Premier League. They battle hard but are just short on quality - but they will come back stronger. For Hull City - oh dear. Worrying times for them."

Crystal Palace v Man Utd (17:30 BST)

Eagle
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This photo doesn't do him justice. A beast.

One of the stars of the season for me, the Crystal Palace eagle, goes through his pre-match routine of landing on the crossbar and just being generaly terrifying. Absolutely massive.

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Gavin Harper: Stoke don't get the plaudits they deserve. Matched last season's total with 2 games left, and with our best player (Bojan) out!

Chris Minshull: Why are Spurs being slated and Stoke given no credit for being the dominant team for 90 mins for the 2nd time this season?

James Presland: This is purely tactical by spurs - tactical Europe avoidance. Just need to lose a few more...

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Hull 0-1 Burnley

Trevor Sinclair

Former England winger on BBC Final Score

"Hull's points tally that they have got is not enough, they need more points so they are now the favourites to go down in that third position."