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Live Reporting

Gary Rose, Caroline Chapman and Phil Dawkes

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    Right, before Tino goes on the warpath it is time for us to knock our coverage of today's football on the head.

    You can keep across the second half of Newcastle versus Chelsea, as well as Faustino Asprilla's angry musings, here.

  2. Tino is getting even more angry...

    Chelsea 3-0 Newcastle

  3. Manager reaction

    Bournemouth 1-3 Stoke

    Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe, speaking to MOTD: "It was a difficult game for us. We started really brightly but they scored a superb goal out of nowhere, that dented our confidence and we never recaptured that start.

    "For you to win games at this level we need everyone to be on song and today we weren't.

    "We have to respond very quickly next week. Our home form has not been as good as would like. We know the difficulty of the league we are in and teams have the ability to hit us on counter attacks, but as long as we get enough points to stay up, it doesn't matter where we get them."

  4. Manager reaction

    Bournemouth 1-3 Stoke

    Stoke manager Mark Hughes, speaking to MOTD: "We wanted to be a bit more resolute and a bit better in terms of how shape today, we certainly were.

    "It was a great strike by Giannelli Imbula. I thought he looked excellent today, you can see what a good player he is and will be for us. We are really delighted with what he has produced.

    "Our threat on the break was there all game."

  5. Tino isn't happy

    Chelsea 3-0 Newcastle

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    Swansea 0-1 Southampton

    Shane Long scored the only goal of the game at the Liberty Stadium. 

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    Everton 0-1 West Brom

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  10. Manager reaction

    Norwich 2-2 West Ham

    Norwich manager Alex Neil speaking to BBC Sport: "We created good opportunities and it was a better performance than we have had recently. But from 2-0 up at home and the way the game was going we should have seen it out.

    "We will take a lot from the performance but we are disappointed we let a lead slip."

  11. Manager reaction

    Norwich 2-2 West Ham

    West Ham manager Slaven Bilic speaking to BBC Sport: "We are never happy with a point, we are not buzzing. But when that points comes after being 2-0 down gives us confidence and satisfaction.

    "After Tuesday night (FA Cup replay against Liverpool) when we played 120 minutes to show that kind of strength and resilience and character and quality makes us happy.

    "To be 2-0 down, all the guys deserve credit and especially the three from the bench who made a huge impact.

    "The last half an hour we were brilliant. We showed the quality that we have."

  12. Manager reaction

    Swansea 0-1 Southampton

    Swansea coach Francesco Guidolin speaking to Match of the Day: "Southampton are a strong team in a good period. They played well, with enthusiasm and calm. It's difficult to score a goal against them at the moment. We had a few situations but we deserved only one point today."

    Asked about Swansea's late penalty appeal for Maya Yoshida's challenge on Alberto Paloschi, he said: "I don't like speaking about the referee because it's a difficult job." 

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    Chelsea 3-0 Newcaslte

  14. Manager reaction

    Swansea 0-1 Southampton

    Southampton boss Ronald Koeman speaking to MOTD: "You hope for that kind of performance. First of all, it was good organisation and we defended well. 

    "For sure, we are totally confident in our defence and we know we have the players who can create chances. It was a fantastic performance.

    "It was a well deserved three points. We have a great run at the moment. It's a pity we have a break. 

    "But it's becoming a great season for us."

  15. GOAL - Chelsea 3-0 Newcastle

    Willian (17 mins)

    Lovely finish from Willian after a fine ball by Diego Costa. There's more goals in this one.

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