That's me out of here then - you can follow the rest of Southampton v Man City over here.
See you for the Spurs game tomorrow.
Match of the Day
In case you missed it, a special Match of the Day programme will be shown on Monday with highlights of the game between Chelsea and Premier League title hopefuls Tottenham.
After Leicester's 1-1 draw at Manchester United on Sunday, Spurs are eight points behind the Foxes in second place but have a game in hand.
Match of the Day will be shown at 22:55 BST on BBC One with Danny Murphy and Robbie Savage joining host Dan Walker.
BBC Radio 5 live will also have live commentary of Chelsea v Tottenham.
Check out the quote right at the end of this clip...
Former City midfielder Paul Lake is on the warpath.
(Read his book if you get chance. It is excellent.)
We mentioned earlier on that Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri is on a plane back from Italy tomorrow night during the Chelsea game. And now we know why.
He is going back to visit his 96-year-old mother to take her for lunch. What a man.
North Wales Police are investigating after a brawl broke out at a football match.
The incident happened as Wrexham team Cefn Druids AFC were losing 7-0 at home to Caernarfon Town FC on Saturday.
Police said a number of people were involved in the incident. They want any supporters who filmed the incident on mobile phones to get in touch.
Both clubs, who play in the Huws Grays Alliance, said they would not comment while awaiting the referee's report.
The incident took place at the Cefn Druids home ground, The Rock.
Good news for fans of Manchester United and West Ham in that chase for the top four as City fall 2-0 behind already.
Sadio Mane gets on the end of a top-class counter-attack to sweep in at the near post.
So the permutations are simple. Tottenham must win all three of their games. If they drop any points, Leicester are champions.
If Spurs do win all three games, then Leicester need two points.
Chris Forryan, Leicester till I Die supporters' group: "I am physically drained, But would I have taken that result at kick-off? Too true.
"1-1 with 10 men away to Man Utd. It's over to Chelsea now. But I have this nagging feeling it may go down to the last game.
"It's still ours to lose though and Spurs will have watched that today and feel gutted we didn't lose.
"Overall United were the better team and when we went behind so early I feared the worst. But we stood tall and as the Man Utd fans in the pub said go and win it against Everton."
With Manchester City currently drawing, here's how the top of the table looks.
More from Claudio Ranieri on BBC Sport: "We didn't come here to win the title, we came here to make a performance because we knew it was a difficult match. At the start United was better than us and we didn't find a solution to give the ball without Jamie Vardy and when we wanted to restart they maintained the ball and it was difficult for us.
"We scored in the right moment and then we got more confidence. I'm very satisfied, I am always satisfied when I see my players play as well as today. After that, you can get a result. It wasn't [a red card for Drinkwater] in my opinion, but I accept the referee's decision. And when Rooney stopped Demarai Gray on the edge of the box, it was a [second] yellow card."
"Do you think the balloons can hold for another week?"
Jamie Vardy is always having a party of course.
Match of the Day
Hot off the press, or the email anyway, is confirmation of a special MOTD on Monday night.
Tune in to BBC One HD - or of course right here - at 22.55 where we will bring you the best of Chelsea v Tottenham.
Match of the Day commentator
"Manchester City travel to the south coast with the second leg of their Champions League semi-final against Real Madrid at the Bernabeu looming large on the horizon.
"It's likely to lead to a few changes to their line up, but a top-four finish isn't guaranteed yet and they can expect to face a tough afternoon against an in-form Southampton side with plenty to play for.
"Saints have won four of the last six games and are only a couple of points behind West Ham in the race for sixth and the probable Europa League spot that will come with it."
BBC Radio 5 Live
The day's third game is about to get under way. You can listen to live commentary from St Mary's with former Tottenham striker Clive Allen.
More from Louis Van Gaal on BBC Sport: "I think it's one of our best performances this season, but we didn't score the winning goal and we were so close, so it's a big pity. They are very strong with set plays and we have to organise better.
"We are still in the [top four] race because Manchester City still have to play Southampton away. It could have [been a red card for Danny Simpson] because he was Danny Simpson and he was the last man, but it was not a heavy foul so I can understand why he didn't give it."
If Tottenham can win at Chelsea tomorrow I'd strongly fancy Spurs to win their other two games and that means Leicester need to beat Everton or Chelsea. Or do they try and draw both games?...Not over by a long way if Spurs win tomorrow!
Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal: "I think we played one of our best matches of the season, but it was not enough. It was a very difficult match for the referee - when you see what Huth is doing with Fellaini, is that not a penalty? [grabs reporter's hair.]
"Every human being who is grabbed with their hair would react. It is tougher when you don't win, of course it is tougher [to finish in the top four]. But Manchester City have to play Southampton away, so we are still in the race. For me Tottenham can also win - the best has to win. Tottenham has more points against us, but I think Leicester City deserves to win this championship. They have very good organisation, but we have a lot of chances."
When asked about the Robert Huth - Marouane Fellaini clash, Louis van Gaal grabs the TV reporter's hair and asks him how he likes it!
Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri: "The performance was good after the first 15 minutes, when we were a little scared. United started very well and it was difficult for us to restart. After the goal we played better and I think the draw is the right result.
"I wasn't worried because we have very good heart and I knew we would react. The goal maybe gave us more confidence slowly - without Jamie Vardy, it's difficult for us. Marouane Fellaini kicked Robert Huth and it wasn't a good show from him.
"For us it was important to show our mentality - the beginning wasn't good but after that I appreciated our performance. I'd like to watch the Tottenham match but I'm on a flight back from Italy so I might not know the result until I land. For us it's important to continue to work. I met Louis van Gaal in 1994 - he said to me good luck."
The Leicester fans are still singing their heads off...
Claudio Ranieri says he is on a flight back from Italy tomorrow night so he is unlikely to be able to watch the Chelsea v Tottenham game...
Get that cancelled!
Yanis Gbl: Fairly happy with the perfomance, had we played like this before we may have had a chance of top four but definitely gone now.
Wayne Rooney on BBC Sport: "We were the better team and deserved to win in my opinion. [Top four] is going to be difficult now, we're relying on other teams and we're going to have to take maximum points from our remaining games.
"Leicester have made it tough for teams all season but I felt we had the better chances. We're disappointed we didn't win the game, it's a blow, but we have to keep going."
"Tottenham Hotspur, we're waiting for you!" is the chant from the still packed away end.
Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney on Sky Sports: "We're disappointed. I think we were the better team, we played with good tempo. After they scored we were a little bit off it, but we came out second half and I felt we dominated those 45 minutes.
"I feel I'm playing OK in midfield and I'm enjoying it. It's going to be tough to get in the top four now, we felt before this game we had to take maximum points from our remaining games."
Manchester United can now get 69 points if they win their remaining fixtures, so one win for Arsenal will secure their place in the Champions League.
Manchester City need two wins to secure their place - and they play again in 20-odd minutes.
Leicester captain Wes Morgan on Sky Sports: "It was very tough. Manchester United dominated possession and we had to dig in and be resilient. It's a point and it's a step in the right direction. It proved to be an important goal and to score at Old Trafford was a great feeling. I felt I had the better of my marker and any ball that was nearly in I thought I could get a touch. It's not ours until we get two hands on the trophy."
Danny Simpson: "We knew it was going to be tough. The last thing you want is to go 1-0 down early on but credit to the boys, we kept going. We're happy with the point - it would have been nice to have won it here. We'll try and get together tomorrow and watch the game. We'll keep going and see what happens."
Mike Walls: Dilemma for those neutrals wanting Leicester to win the PL, do they support Chelsea tomorrow?
"We're gonna win the league! And now you're gonna believe us!" sing the Leicester fans still packed inside Old Trafford.
Everyone does believe you guys...
Ex-Leicester midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live
"Manchester United fans will be disappointed. Their top four chances look unlikely now, but they stayed and clapped off every single one of Leicester's players. A draw was a fair result."
Ex-Leicester striker on BBC Radio 5 live
"Leicester will be worthy champions. They have been the best side, the most consistent side, the side most together."