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Summary

  1. Watch on BBC One from 22:20 (23:10 in Scotland)
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  3. Leicester five points clear at top of Premier League

Live Reporting

By Patrick Jennings and Stephan Shemilt

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    Right then. You know what that music means - that's all from us today. 

    Thanks for all your comments, and until the next time, we'll be seeing you!

  2. Post update

    Chelsea 1-1 Stoke

    Martin Keown

    Former Arsenal defender on MOTD

    "Stoke are going well. Every time you look up, Jack Butland is making an outstanding save. Mark Hughes is really building something."

  3. Post update

    Chelsea 1-1 Stoke

    Martin Keown

    Former Arsenal defender on MOTD

    "Traore's is a fantastic finish. His left foot is like a wand. He spanks it. It's some finish from a young man."  

  4. Chelsea's 'surprise' selection

    Chelsea 1-1 Stoke

    Stoke boss Mark Hughes: "We're grateful to equalise but we deserved more from the game. It was an excellent away performance - we took the game to Chelsea. We were encouraged by the team they picked. 

    "I was a bit surprised. I thought they had a chance to get in the Champions League. We're really pleased with the performance."

    Hughes
  5. Should Chelsea have had a pen?

    Chelsea 1-1 Stoke

    Chelsea interim boss Guus Hiddink: "Stoke play well and creatively and they pushed us back. The first goal we got after a sloppy start, it was a beautiful goal. 

    "We should have got a penalty for a foul on Oscar. Any referee would have given a free-kick if it was outside the box. That was a key point. Stoke got some encouragement after that."

    Hiddink
  6. Man of the match

    Chelsea 1-1 Stoke

    BBC Sport's Emlyn Begley went with the stats for his man of the match. In a game short of spectacular performances, with neither of the scorers in inspired form, Giannelli Imbula claimed the prize. 

    The £18m deadline-day signing tried more passes (61) than anyone else on the pitch, including the most in the opposite half (46)

    Giannelli Imbula
  7. Post update

    Chelsea 1-1 Stoke

    Bertrand Traore played up front for Chelsea in Diego Costa's absence - but he actually only had two touches in Stoke's box before being replaced by Loic Remy. 

    The 20-year-old Burkina Faso striker scored his goal from outside the area - and a very tidy strike it was too.

    Bertrand Traore
  8. Line-ups

    Chelsea 1-1 Stoke

    Chelsea
    Stoke
  9. Post update

    Chelsea 1-1 Stoke

    Sorry Stoke fans, you're up last tonight. Along with the Premier League champions Chelsea.

    Off to Stamford Bridge we go... 

  10. Swansea's strange win

    Swansea 1-0 Norwich

    Alan Curtis

    Swansea first-team coach Alan Curtis: "It was a strange game. The first half was poor from both teams but we upped our game and we got the goal. We were hanging on a bit at the end.

    "When it's two teams who need the points it affects it. It was one of the worst games of the season.

    "We felt like we had to make changes in the second half and everyone played their part and we're delighted. It gives us breathing space."

  11. Post update

    Swansea 1-0 Norwich

    Alan Shearer

    MOTD

    "Norwich have got problems.

    "When they conceded, they were actually on the attack. Not enough are bothering to get back and cover.

    "Sigurdsson was given so much space to finish."

  12. Fate out of Norwich's hands?

    Swansea 1-0 Norwich

    Norwich manager Alex Neil: "It was edgy but I don't think there was a team that was clear. You hope you've got the players to make the difference.

    "Swansea opened up in a 10-minute spell and got the goal.

    "We need to win games to stay in this league. We've got to stay positive and we've got to believe we can win these remaining games. The other teams may determine out fate."

    Alex Neil
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  14. Too little, too late

    Swansea 1-0 Norwich

    The first half was not good for either side, but Norwich only managed three touches in the penalty area during the opening 45 minutes...

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    There was a huge improvement in the second half for the Canaries, especially after the introduction of Patrick Bamford, but they still failed to find the back of the net.

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  15. Man of the match - Gylfi Sigurdsson

    Swansea 1-0 Norwich

    It's got to be the goalscorer.

    Gylfi Sigurdsson showed some serious Icelandic cool to slot home the winner.

    And he also channeled both Lee Sharpe and Eric Cantona in a corner flag kung fu kick celebration. Always nice to see.

    Gylfi Sigurdsson
    Image caption: Hiiii-YA
  16. Line-ups

    Swansea 1-0 Norwich

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  17. Post update

    Swansea 1-0 Norwich

    Right then, up to South Wales, for Swansea's game at home to Norwich...

    Infantino
    Image caption: Where new Fifa president Gianni Infantino was in the stands.
  18. Post update

    Southampton 1-1 Sunderland

    Alan Shearer

    MOTD

    "Sunderland have hope. They are going the right direction.

    "Newcastle-Sunderland is a huge game. The winner stays up."

    That's Sunderland's next league game - on Sunday, 20 March.

  19. Just where Saints for 85 minutes?

    Southampton 1-1 Sunderland

    Southampton manager Ronald Koeman: "For 85 minutes, we were not at the level I expect of Southampton. I think we lack confidence at the moment. They made it very difficult with their defensive organisation.

    "We played better football with one player less on the pitch.

    "The red card was a one-on-one situation. If it's a foul, then it's a red card. You have to accept that."

    Ronald Koeman
  20. Player reaction

    Southampton 1-1 Sunderland