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  1. FT: Leicester 1-0 Norwich (Ulloa with late goal)
  2. Foxes now five points clear
  3. FT: Southampton 1-2 Chelsea (Fabregas & Ivanovic)
  4. FT: Stoke 2-1 Villa, Watford 0-0 Bournemouth
  5. FT: West Ham 1-0 Sunderland
  6. West Brom v Crystal Palace (17:30 GMT)

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By Gary Rose and Jonathan Jurejko

All times stated are UK

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Right that's us done. It took a while for things to get going, but in the end there was some pretty decent drama in today's Premier League.

Match of the Day will be on BBC One at 22:20 GMT, but fire up a second screen and follow Match of the Day Social online, with that starting at 22:10. 


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Leicester 1-0 Norwich

Felt amazing to be back on that pitch after 3 months out with injury and even better getting those 3 points!! #LCFC

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Leicester to avoid relegation, Chelsea to finish above United; it's your Premier League predictions...

Simon, Eastbourne: Are my maths correct? Do Leicester only need 1 more point to avoid relegation?

Charles Kahanji: Chelsea are just 5 points behind #ManUtd. They'll definitely finish above Utd

Andy Rudd: Longer odds last year @LCFC being 5 points clear or @Everton actually finding investors?

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West Brom 3-0 Crystal Palace

West Brom are cruising at the break. If you want to stay on top of this game I'd urge you to join my colleague Caroline Chapman for coverage of the second half here because we are winding things down here. 

West Brom's Claudio Yacob, Craig Dawson and Craig Gardner celebrate their side's second goal
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West Ham 1-0 Sunderland

Fantastic 3 points & great team effort! 💪🏻⚒ Gran trabajo del equipo para conseguir los 3 puntos! #WHUFC #COYI #Team

Fantastic 3 points & great team effort! 💪🏻⚒ Gran trabajo del equipo para conseguir los 3 puntos! #WHUFC #COYI #Team

Southampton 1-2 Chelsea

I like Ronald Koeman, but he has sent me into a fiery rage with this tweet. 

Using "loose" instead of "lose". Unforgivable.

Tough to loose this match in the 89th minute, we deserved more.

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Southampton 1-2 Chelsea

First sign of a smile from Chelsea fans this season? 

Wale ibraheem: Don't really know why Chelsea is looking for coach when they already have Gus

Sammiiee: We just came from behind to win a game for the first time in the league this season... Things are actually looking up..

Amy Gower: Well done #CFC steady progress but more than happy handing over the title to #LCFC another blue n white army

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Manager reaction

Leicester 1-0 Norwich

Norwich boss Alex Neil: "I don't think we deserved that. In the game we had good chances and defensively we were solid.

"We kept Vardy and Mahrez quiet and we certainly deserved something. There are a lot of things to take from it.

"We have a game on Tuesday and we'll get it out of our system before then." 

Norwich boss Alex Neil
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Travelling in style

Manchester City are on their way to London ahead of tomorrow's League Cup final against Liverpool at Wembley. 

Think Premier League footballers get nothing but the best all the time? Here they are boarding the train at Stockport...

We're on our way to Wembley! 🚇 #cityatwembley #mcfc

We're on our way to Wembley! 🚇 #cityatwembley #mcfc

GOAL - West Brom 3-0 Crystal Palace

Saido Berahino (30 mins)

This has been brilliant from West Brom. They are playing some wonderful football and deservedly add a third. This time, Saido Berahino volleys in and races off to celebrate with a beaming smile on his face.

In contrast, Palace boss Alan Pardew looks very, very glum.

Saido Berahino makes it 3-0

Manager reaction

Watford 0-0 Bournemouth

Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe: "We should have won today. We were excellent in long spells of the game. But it's a clean sheet and a point. 

"Any point gained away from home is a valuable one. Gomes made some wonderful saves today though. I thought it was a penalty when Behrami handled. 

"The ref had a good game though. The speed of which the ball flies around you, you have sympathy. But from my angle it looked a penalty."

Manager reaction

Watford 0-0 Bournemouth

Watford boss Quique Sanchez Flores: "When you don't win it's important to get a point. We are closer to the 40-point mark.

"I don't worry about Ighalo not scoring. He gets chances. All the players do need to contribute but we are creating chances - 0-0 is fair enough.

"Our next match is against Man United. They are strong. We have to go into the match knowing this will be a tough match."

GOAL - West Brom 2-0 Crystal Palace

Craig Dawson (20 mins)

It is a good day to be called Craig at the Hawthorns. The Baggies double their lead as Craig Dawson thumps in a header. No way back for Palace?

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Craig Dawson heads West Brom's second
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We played better in the second half - Oscar

Southampton 1-2 Chelsea

Chelsea midfielder Oscar, talking to BBC Sport: "It is a good win. Southampton scored the first goal when we had control of the game but in the second half we played better. 

"They defend so well and we needed to move the ball quicker. We spoke about that in the dressing room and we did move the ball quick in the second half.

"When we have started to win games, the confidence comes and the players are very confident now."

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Moshiri buys 49.9% stake in Everton

Will Farhad Moshiri's investment bring silverware to Goodison Park? The Iranian has bought a 49.9% stake at Everton...

Mark Peers: Still won't win trophies    

Sam Perry: Rip Everton FC  

Rob Brownlow: He's been on the board of Arsenal, and went to Uni here. Hardly clueless.  

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Chelsea's equaliser was lucky - Koeman

Southampton 1-2 Chelsea

Southampton manager Ronald Koeman, talking to BBC Sport: "Chelsea's equaliser was not a shot - it was a cross. Then 2-1 came from a set-piece - normally we defend these situations well. Ivanovic was stronger than one of our defenders.

"We had lead before half-time, which is always good, we defended well and they didn't create a lot. 

"But I think the problem in the second half was we didn't have domination and went back too much, letting them have more ball possession."

Ronald Koeman, Southampton manager
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GOAL - West Brom 1-0 Crystal Palace

Craig Gardner (11 mins)

Simple finish for Craig Gardner, who taps in from a cross.

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Craig Gardner puts West Brom in front
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'Everyone is a bit of a Leicester fan'

Leicester 1-0 Norwich

Jason Roberts

Former West Brom striker on Final Score

“You get carried away with the whole thing; the players are, the fans are, that’s Ulloa coming off the bench and feeling he’s part of it.

“Everyone whose team is not going for the title, you've got to be a bit of a Leicester fan.

“For too long we've looked at how much a club spends and how it correlates in the league table, Leicester are bucking that trend.

“So for anyone who talks about how competitive the Premier League is, it’s a fantastic story.”

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Accumulator agony. We feel your pain, Jay...

Jay, London: Genuinely gutted! My mates and I put on a 8 match accumulator. 1 pound to win 655 pounds. After celebrating wildly when Leicester and Chelsea came through late, we've just found out that Accrington Stanley threw away a 2 nil lead to draw 2-2 against Barnet!  

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We deserved win - Hiddink

Southampton 1-2 Chelsea

Chelsea manager Guus Hiddink: "I think it was a deserved win for us. They haven't conceded in last six, seven games so it was successful for us. 

"We had a setback when we went 1-0 down, it was a present from our defence, but we did very well in the second half. We were well organised and then got the goals."

On replacing Baba Rahman, whose mistake led to Southampton's goal, at half-time: "I don't want to make a fake injury. I took him off because of the error. He has to cope with that. He was very down in the locker room about his mistake, but we have to make decisions like we did."

On match-winner Branislav Ivanovic and the injured John Terry: "Branislav is a very good header, he jumps well and is courageous. Then his execution is perfect. I hope that John is close to returning but we have a lot of games remaining. I don't want to take a big risk on his fitness."

Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink

West Brom 0-0 Stoke

The final Premier League game of the day is under way.

Follow dedicated coverage of it here, or stick with us for goal updates and the rest of the reaction to today's games.

'My players believe until the end'

Leicester 1-0 Norwich

Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri, speaking to BBC Sport: "It was a difficult match. Norwich played well and closed the space, but we believed until the end. This victory was very important to restart after the Arsenal defeat.

"I said before the Arsenal match that Norwich would be more difficult. Both teams could have scored a goal in the final 20 minutes. Fortunately, it was Leicester who scored a goal at the end of the match.

"The conclusion I have drawn from this is that my players believe until the end. That, for me, is very important. If the other teams start to win, they can win all the matches. But for us, the next match is always the final match. That is our mentality.

"I was so worried about this match, because after two weeks, your players can lose their tempo, but now I am very relaxed, and now I start to think about the West Brom match. It is a derby and a very, very, very tough match."

Claudio Ranieri

Manager reaction

Stoke 2-1 Aston Villa

Stoke boss Mark Hughes speaking to BBC Sport: "We needed to be a little more dynamic in the second half and we were.

"At 2-0 we were quite comfortable and cruising to a conclusion. The referee should have given a free-kick to ourselves [in the build-up to Aston Villa's goal] but at 2-1 they brought on Gestede and that was a threat to us but all in all I felt we coped with it.

"Every time we have had a little blip we have bounced back very quickly and we have done that today."

Mark Hughes
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Manager reaction

Stoke 2-1 Aston Villa

Aston Villa boss Remi Garde, speaking to BBC Sport: "The players did what they can. 

"The first 45 minutes we were OK and defended well. We tried to do our best but we started the second half too poorly and when you are 2-0 down it is over.

"When you are bottom of the table it is difficult to play with full confidence. The fans were behind the team. We don't have enough quality."

Remi Garde
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Hiddink 'didn't see' key decision

Southampton 1-2 Chelsea

So Ronald Koeman, unsurprisingly, reckons that ref Martin Atkinson should have awarded his team a free-kick in the run-up to Chelsea's equaliser. And what does his Dutch compatriot Guus Hiddink think?

"I haven't seen it and if I see it I'll give it my fair view," says the Chelsea manager.

"But there are many duels and referees in England usually let a lot of duels go."

On the fence...

Guus Hiddink
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You have to listen to the linesman - Koeman

Southampton 1-2 Chelsea

A bit of controversy surrounds that Chelsea equaliser - definitely one to watch on Match of the Day later and make up your own mind.

The linesman flagged for a foul by Chelsea substitute Kenedy on Southampton defender Cedric Soares, but he was overruled by referee Martin Atkinson. Seconds later, Cesc Fabregas stuck the ball in the Saints net...

Here's Saints manager Ronald Koeman's take on it...

"I don't understand that. The linesman is the closest to the situation. If it is a fault by Kenedy then you have to listen to the linesman. That's why you have linesmen - to help you," he tells BBC Sport.

Ronald Koeman
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Football League final scores

Championship round-up

There are new leaders in the Championship tonight. Burnley are top for the first time this season after coming from a goal down to win 2-1 at next-to-bottom Bolton, with Andre Gray scoring twice to take his total for the Clarets to 16 since his arrival from Brentford last August. That was £9m well spent by Sean Dyche.

Jose Mourinho was at Craven Cottage to watch Middlesbrough, managed by his former Real Madrid assistant boss Aitor Karanka move level on points with second-placed Hull by beating Fulham 2-0. Albert Adomah headed the first, with Grant Leadbitter adding a penalty.

There was drama aplenty at the foot of the Championship, where Neil Warnock guided Rotherham to a first win in eight matches as they beat Brentford 2-1. Warnock's side are just three points from a position of safety after MK Dons lost 3-2 at Blackburn.

The most extraordinary game of the day, though, was at The Valley. Charlton game from two goals down to draw level against Reading as on-loan Arsenal forward Yaya Sanogo scored a hat-trick - only to lose 4-3 as Deniss Rakels scored in the second minute of stoppage time. It means that the Addicks have just one win from their last 17 league matches.

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League One round-up

League One's game of the day turned out to be an anti-climax, as leaders Burton were held 0-0 at home by fourth-placed Walsall. That was good news for Wigan, in second, who moved to within two points of top spot by beating Bury 3-0, with Will Grigg scoring twice and all three goals coming in the first 21 minutes.

Even better news for Gary Caldwell's team came as third-placed Gillingham surprisingly lost 2-1 at home to struggling Chesterfield, for whom former Manchester United and Wolves forward Sylvan Ebanks-Blake scored. Millwall, in fifth, were denied victory by one of their former players, as midfielder Richard Chaplow scored for Doncaster in a 1-1 draw.

At the bottom, there was cause for minor celebration at Colchester, who picked up only their fifth point in 19 matches, and kept their first clean sheet since September, drawing 0-0 at home to Shrewsbury, who are deep in trouble themselves. Crewe lost and Oldham drew, and both remain on course for the drop.

Moshiri buys 49.9% stake in Everton

Exciting times for #Everton fans with their new shareholder. Don't think Martinez is the manager to take them forward though. #bbcfootball

Everton takeover

A couple of tweets from Everton about the news that Farhad Moshiri has become a major shareholder at the club. The Iranian doesn't mess about with endearing himself to Toffees' fans...

Farhad Moshiri: "Bill Kenwright has taught me what it means to be an Evertonian and I look forward with excitement to working with him."

Bill Kenwright on Farhad Moshiri: "After an exhaustive search I believe we have found the perfect partner to take the Club forward."

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Ndivhuho Tshishonga: When you enjoy watching Drinkwater,Vardy and Mahrez instead of Hazard, Fabregas and Costa...Crazy season

Mickey: Is Chelsea's aim to become a Zorro Appreciation Society? 

Karel Deprez: Will somebody please tell the Aston Villa team that the match has started?

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We dropped too deep - Van Dijk

Southampton 1-2 Chelsea

Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk: "We're very disappointed. We did it ourselves, we dropped back too much.

"Their first goal was lucky, the second was a set piece, we should have done better. The first goal was a cross but that goes in and gives them belief.

"We knew they were a good team, but we still have confidence and know we can finish the season strongly." 

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BreakingMoshiri buys 49.9% stake in Everton

Breaking news

You may have missed the brief entry during the late Premier League drama, so here's some more detail on the Everton takeover.

The Toffees say Iranian Farhad Moshiri has become a major shareholder, taking a 49.9% stake in the Goodison Park club.

Read more here.

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Over to you, north London...

Big Gray: Looks like the pressure is back on in North London. Don't blow it Arsenal

Nick, from Calne: I look at Arsenal's away games for the rest of the season and apart from the Sunderland game I fear for them. Another season without the title I fear.  

Hassan: The title is Leicester's to lose.

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Football League final scores

League Two round-up

Northampton's run of 10 successive League Two wins is over. Chris Wilder's runaway leaders have faced all sorts of financial woes this season, yet have proved unstoppable on the pitch.But Hartlepool, in the bottom four, held them 0-0 at Victoria Park today.

Plymouth, way behind in second, beat Notts County 1-0 thanks to a Graham Carey goal, while Oxford, in third, won 2-1 at fifth-placed AFC Wimbledon. Accrington, in fourth, slipped up, losing a two-goal lead as John Akinde's 90th-minute equaliser gave Barnet a 2-2 draw.

Oh to be a season-ticket holder at bottom club Dagenham and Redbridge, who have not won a single home game in any competition all season, and today lost 1-0 at home to struggling Yeovil. York, who are next to bottom, are now two points from a position of safety after Olly Lee's stoppage-time goal gave Luton a 3-2 win at Bootham Crescent.

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Leicester 1-0 Norwich

Robbie Edwards: The sign of champions. Win even though they have played bad.

Ian Rhodes: Tinkerman has done it again!!!

Richard: Sat working in the library at the University of Leicester you don't need to look online to know when Leicester are winning, great noise from the King Power, huge goal in the title race!   

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Leicester 1-0 Norwich

Leicester goal

How big could that goal be for Leicester? Five points clear at the top of the table now and the pressure is put on Tottenham and Arsenal, who both play tomorrow.

At the other end of the table things are looking bleak for Aston Villa, who are eight points adrift after their latest defeat.

'Leicester doing the impossible'

Leicester 1-0 Norwich

Kevin Kilbane

Ex-Everton and Republic of Ireland winger on Final Score

"Everyone wants Leicester to win it, it will give everyone belief their team can do the impossible.

"So often it’s lifeless the relationship between the players and supporters, not this Leicester team."

Leonardo Ulloa celebrates for Leicester