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  1. Post update

    Thanks again for your company this evening - join us tomorrow for Leicester v Southampton and Manchester United v Everton.

    See you there!

  2. On for the record?

    Stoke v Swansea

    Stoke need eight points from their remaining six games to record a best-ever finish in the Premier League.

  3. Manager reaction

    Stoke v Swansea

    Stoke manager Mark Hughes: "2-0 isn't the easiest of leads to protect. Maybe we got defensive when they got the goal.

    "They got the second goal from their second shot on target. One of Swansea's players was in an offside position for it, and we've been in to see the officials. But we don't get too many of those decisions."  

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    Stoke v Swansea

    Might Jack Butland have saved both of those?

  5. Niche stat of the day

    Stoke v Swansea

    Gylfi Sigurdsson (10) is the first Icelandic player to score 10 or more goals in a Premier League season since Eidur Gudjohnsen in 2004-05 (12).

    Gylfi Sigurdsson
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    Stoke v Swansea

    It's been a while since we've seen that from Bojan. A cracking little player. 

  7. Job's for the Moyes?


    Stoke v Swansea

    No Jonny Walters in the Stoke attack so it's Joselu leading the line.


    While Swansea boast a very attacking line-up full of pace. Hit Stoke on the break?

  9. 'Villa were hopeless'

    Aston Villa 0-4 Chelsea

    Alan Shearer


    "It was n embarrassing performance from Aston Villa, as soon as they went 1-0 down their heads went down. Chelsea were simple but effective. It was like a training game, Villa were hopeless."

  10. Say it how it is...

    Aston Villa 0-4 Chelsea

    Aston Villa

    Caretaker Aston Villa boss Eric Black: "I'm not overly delighted losing 4-0 today, but things obviously run a little deeper. 

    "If you're bottom of the league and have won three games all season, you're not going to be flying high. We have to be professional until the end, and do our utmost for the club and supporters. We need to continue to work hard to get this club back to where it should be." 

  11. Post update

    Aston Villa v Chelsea

    Pato is the sixth Brazilian to score on his Premier League debut, and he grabbed an assist for that Pedro finish too. His signing was largely mocked but he looked slick enough today. 

  12. Pato's long wait

    Aston Villa v Chelsea

    Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink on BT Sport on Alexandre Pato's debut wait: "He was counting down the days, and knocking on the door. I could have brought him on after 14 days or three weeks but it would have been irresponsible."   

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    Aston Villa v Chelsea

    Still a decent turnout at Villa Park this afternoon - only the real diehards need to still turn up, surely?

  14. LINE-UPS

    Aston Villa v Chelsea

    Time to give the kids a game at Villa? Not yet apparently...

    Aston Villa

    Who's that at the back for Chelsea? It's Matt Miazga of course. The 20-year-old American joined from the New York Red Bulls in January.

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  16. 'We deserved the victory'

    Sunderland 0-0 West Brom

    Sam Allardyce

    Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce: "It was the best performance since I've been here. It was outstanding, particularly in the second half.

    "We controlled the game, we played with composure and huge ability to break a very stubborn defensive unit. We richly deserved the victory, but just couldn't find the back of the net."

  17. 'We must never lose our doggedness'

    Sunderland 0-0 West Brom

    Tony Pulis shouts instructions

    West Brom manager Tony Pulis: "I was concerned today, I think the players thought we were safe - but we showed that wherever we go, we're West Bromwich Albion and we give a performance. We must never lose that doggedness that I love as a coach.

    "Hopefully [in the summer] we'll be able to bring a few players that will give us a little bit more going forward."

  18. Man of the match

    Sunderland 0-0 West Brom

    Jan Kirchhoff tackles Saido Berahino

    BBC Sport's James Gheerbrant went for Sunderland midfielder Jan Kirchhoff. The big German was everywhere, making more passes, touches and interceptions than anyone else on the pitch. Shift.

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  20. Boring, boring Albion?

    Sunderland v West Brom

    This was the seventh game this season that has seen West Brom fail to have a single shot on target.

    And you thought your team could be dull to watch...

    Shots on target