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  1. Goodbye!

    Heard the one about the 5000-1 rank outsiders - led by a journeyman manager and previously-unheralded players - winning one of the biggest, richest and most powerful football leagues in the world? It is not a Hollywood script...

    But Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri wants a 'movie-style' ending to the season as the Foxes look to secure the Premier League title at Old Trafford on Sunday.

    See you tomorrow! Because you wouldn't dare miss it....

  2. How it stands

    The foot of the Barclays Premier League

    Barclays Premier League table

    Newcastle leap out of the bottom three after that narrow win against Palace. But will they be fourth-bottom on 15 May??

  3. Post update

    Right we're almost done. Here's a quick glance at the foot of the Premier League table...

  4. Decent debut for Pennington

    Everton 2-1 Bournemouth

    Defender Matthew Pennington made his first Premier League start for Everton, and despite a feeling that he was hard done to in being barged off the ball in the build-up to Bournemouth's equaliser he acquitted himself well.

    The 21-year-old made seven clearances and three blocks, and also won the ball back on eight occasions, more than any of his teammates.

    Matthew Pennington heat map
  5. Howe: 'We're not easing off'

    Everton 2-1 Bournemouth

    The Bournemouth boss rejected accusations his side have eased off over recent weeks with their top flight status all-but assured.

    "People have been accusing us of that for weeks," said Howe, whose team have lost five of their past six matches.

    "I am training the players as hard as ever. Losing hurts and I am determined to end the season on a high. 

     "We created some great chances and didn't take them. How we conceded two goals today is a difficult one to come back on."

    Eddie Howe
  6. Martinez ignoring protests

    Everton 2-1 Bournemouth

    Roberto Martinez: "The win was very important - it has been an emotional time. We had to win. We had to dig deep, we showed we're a team and that we have character.

    On Everton fans protesting about his reign: "In football you have to concentrate on affecting the game and just winning. The winning feeling allows you to move on. That's what we can take from today.

    "Those aspects (fans organising banners to be flown over Goodison) are not for me. My concentration is preparing the players and preparing for the game."

    Roberto Martinez
  7. Protest problems

    Everton 2-1 Bournemouth

    Around 100 Everton fans stayed in the ground for 90 minutes after full-time to protest about Martinez and chairman Bill Kenwright.

    Everton protest
  8. Post update

    Everton 2-1 Bournemouth

  9. Niasse fails to impress

    Everton 2-1 Bournemouth

    Oumar Niasse made his first start since his £13.5m move from Lokomotiv Moscow. The 26-year-old Senegalese striker is the club's third-most expensive player ever, but he's yet to score for the Toffees and today managed 25 touches in his hour on the pitch, with one off-target shot.

    Oumar Niasse
  10. Hibbert is back!

    Everton 2-1 Bournemouth

    Full-time fisherman, part-time footballer Tony Hibbert is back! The right-back made his first appearance for Everton since 6 December 2014, playing the last 45 minutes after replacing Muhamed Besic. 

    The 35-year-old has still yet to score for the Toffees after over 320 appearances, but his every touch today was greeted with a chorus of "shoooooooot!" from the home fans.

    Tony Hibbert
  11. Martinez's future up in the air?

    Everton 2-1 Bournemouth

    Chants from the stand? No. A less-than-complimentary Twitter hashtag? No. A modern-day manager really knows their time could be coming to an end when fans splash out on some aerial advertising. The dreaded plane with a banner chugged over Goodison Park during the first half...    

    Everton v Bournemouth
  12. Post update

    Everton 2-1 Bournemouth

  13. Post update

    Everton 2-1 Bournemouth

    Poor Bobby Martinez. He's taking more flak than a husband who forgot to take the wet washing out of the machine. And even the big screen in the Goodison fan zone stuck the boot in. 

    Disgruntled fans spammed the club's Twitter account with anti-Martinez messages before the game, which Daily Mail sports journalist Joe Strange spotted.  

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  14. The line-ups

    Everton 2-1 Bournemouth

    Everton make three changes from the side that started the FA Cup semi-final last Saturday. 

    Tim Howard replaces Joel Robles, Oumar Niasse is in for Romelu Lukaku, who is on the bench, while Phil Jagielka's place in central defence goes to 21-year-old Premier League debutant Matthew Pennington.


    For Bournemouth, Harry Arter and Callum Wilson return with Dan Gosling and Junior Stanislas dropping out.  

    AFC Bournemouth
  15. Goodison holds touching Hillsborough tribute

    Everton 2-1 Bournemouth

    Football wasn't the most important thing on the minds of the 40,000 or so people at Goodison Park today.

    Ahead of kick-off, the stadium united to celebrate the verdict of the Hillsborough inquest, which concluded 96 Liverpool fans had been unlawfully killed.


    The campaigners were given a long standing ovation by the Everton crowd at the end of an emotional week for the city of Liverpool, while home fans held up banners of support.The Hollies' song 'He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother' - a symbol of the unity between the two football clubs - was also played.

    Margaret Aspinall, chair of the Hillsborough Family Support Group, and Jenni Hicks were among several relatives of victims of the 1989 disaster who were presented to the crowd just before kick-off with Mrs Aspinall embracing Everton manager Roberto Martinez on the touchline.

  16. Next up...

    Everton v Bournemouth

    It's that time of the evening...our final match. Ahhhh. Sad times. Everton and Bournemouth send us home...

  17. Post update

    Watford 3-2 Aston Villa

  18. 'An unbelievable day'

    Watford 3-2 Aston Villa

    Saturday was 19-year-old Aston Villa defender Kevin Toner's full Premier League debut. 

    He made a total of five tackles - more than any other Villa player, and his total of five clearances was only bettered by Ciaran Clark with six.

    Toner stats
  19. Man of the match - Troy Deeney

    Watford 3-2 Aston Villa

    Who else? Watford striker Troy Deeney stepped up with the big performance, but he left it all very late. He was about as average as most of his fellow Watford players until the final stages, when his dramatic double turned the afternoon on its head.

    The Villa fans must hate him. Birmingham City supporter Deeney also scored the decisive goal when Watford won 3-2 at Villa Park in November.

    Deeney celebrates
    Deeney celebrates
    Deeney celebrates
  20. Post update

    Watford 3-2 Aston Villa

    Victory mathematically confirmed Watford's place in the Premier League again next season. But will Quique Sanchez Flores be joining them? The super-smooth Spanish gaffer might not be in the Vicarage Road hotseat, according to recent whispers....