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Summary

  1. Swansea score twice in injury time to beat Palace 5-4
  2. Bradley earns first win as Swansea manager
  3. Liverpool beat Sunderland 2-0 - Reds top but Coutinho injured
  4. Leicester equalise late v Boro for 2-2
  5. Hull hit back to draw 1-1 v West Brom
  6. Burnley 1-2 Man City (Aguero double)

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By Phil Dawkes and Neil Johnston

All times stated are UK

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That is all from us. We've had the pleasure of commentating on a true Premier League classic today. Hull 1-1 West Brom. What a game.

There is football still going on, though, so get yourself on over to the live text of Chelsea v Tottenham.

We're off for a lie down.

'A long way to go'

Swansea 5-4 Crystal Palace

Bob Bradley
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More from Swansea boss Bob Bradley: "The players have shown a good way throughout and, for them to have something positive, I think it's important to have something to change the luck man.

"I can't say it enough, it's a great bunch of guys and an unbelievable club but when things are going in the wrong direction, it just takes sometimes a lot of determination and courage.

"You can only repeat that message so many times until it gets old. Today I don't need to say much, I can let them feel good about it.  

"They get an extra day off and then we get back to work knowing we still have a long way to go."

'Important we didn't lose'

Hull 1-1 West Brom

Mike Phelan
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More from Hull manager Mike Phelan: "It was important we didn't lose today especially when you come in off the back of a few defeats and possibly from my point of view we were a bit cautious.

"It's easy to say lets go gung-ho and throw loads of forwards on the pitch but I think they were value to for money first half we were value for money second half. 

"These days there are always a 96 minutes of a game in the Premier League and if you don't stop crosses you will be punished." 

'We haven't learned our lesson'

Swansea 5-4 Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace defender Scott Dann: “I don’t think we can put it into words. The way the changing room is feeling, it’s a difficult one to take and I’m not sure at this minute what the right thing to say is.

“You would like to think when you go 3-1 down and fight your way to get back ahead that you should go on and see the game out and we obviously didn’t do that.

“It’s a crazy game and difficult to take.

“We haven’t learned our lesson and the sooner we do that the better for everyone involved.”

Scott Dann
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'That's one we won't forget'

Swansea 5-4 Crystal Palace

Bob Bradley
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Swansea manager Bob Bradley speaking to BBC Sport: "That's one we won't forget. I've been on the wrong side of those occasionally. I'm going to give the players all the credit today. They fought until the end. 

"Crazy, at 3-1 I thought we were in control but set-pieces still change matches. We have a lot to work at but I didn't want to take the positives from the players today. Afterwards, I got on them a little bit but, in a season when a lot has gone on, today we want to still take the good part.

"I'm very confident to come in to make sure training is good and that the mentality is good but in the short term you have to get points. When you take over a team that is on a bit of tailspin there are no free points."

'The belief was there'

Hull City 1-1 West Brom

Mike Phelan
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Hull City manager Mike Phelan speaking to BBC Sport: "I thought possibility in second half we upped our tempo - I made a change and it seemed to do the trick but overall, our just rewards was the draw. 

"We set up to try and contain West Brom at times but we went in 1-0 down from a set piece which if we do our jobs properly shouldn't happen but I think the belief was there for the players."

Championship update

Rotherham 0-1 Leeds

Things get worse for Rotherham. Peter Odemwingie leads with an elbow straight into the face of Liam Cooper to earn himself a deserved red card.

To follow that game click here.

'Credit to the players'

Liverpool 2-0 Sunderland

David Moyes
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Sunderland manager David Moyes: "We feel a bit frustrated as we did a good job in stopping Liverpool. For long periods we frustrated the crowd. They had a lot of the ball but we did a good job.

"You look at the quality of Liverpool going forward but we kept our forward players on looking for a goal I have to praise the players for the way they stuck at it.

"We had a couple of great chances. The one that fell to Duncan Watmore in particular. You don't get big chances coming here. 

"I think this was a tough game after the two we have won. We knew all week it would be tough. We worked to try and get a result and had a game plan we stuck to. But in the end, on another day, we could have stopped that first goal. But all credit to the players for trying to get something out of it."

'They all hurt'

Swansea 5-4 Crystal Palace

More from Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew: "It's been a tough day for us because Connor Wickham looks like he's got a serious injury. Those seven minutes he was getting treatment proved costly for us. A really tough day for us.

"I feel for our fans as they were magnificent today. To come away with nothing is galling and there's nothing more I can say really."

On the six straight league defeats, he added: "They all hurt."

Alan Pardew
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'We are playing with more swagger'

Hull City 1-1 West Brom

West Brom manager Tony Pulis, speaking to BBC Sport: "I thought we played really well in the first half and we restricted them a lot but you have to give them credit in the second.

"Having said that, we came again and had the best chances but we weren't thinking about our position in the table. 

"We are playing with more swagger recently. We should have created more chances but we played on Monday so we are 48 hours behind Hull in terms of prep".

Tony Pulis
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Championship update

Rotherham 0-1 Leeds

Chris Wood's simple finish from a Charlie Taylor pull-back means Leeds lead at Rotherham. 

To follow that game click here.

GOAL - Chelsea 0-1 Tottenham

Christian Eriksen

Christian Eriksen
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Foot like a traction engine. Christian Eriksen's long-range strike gives Tottenham the lead at Chelsea.

For more description on the goal - and everything else in the game - click here.

Christian Eriksen
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'We showed great character'

Leicester 2-2 Middlesbrough

Claudio Ranieri
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Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri: "Now we could be tired but fortunately the character and spirit of the group is good. We knew it was a tough match, twice fighting back is not easy. 

"Without Danny Drinkwater we lost something. It was difficult to surprise Middlesbrough, who showed good football to score twice. We showed fantastic character and it's a good performance in the end. I think the draw for us is very good. 

"It was important not have to have three Premier League defeats. Lucky is someone who believes in something more. I feel we have to fight until the end of season. We are fighting for a relegation battle."

Chelsea 0-0 Tottenham

Harry Kane has the ball in the net for Tottenham at Stamford Bridge, but the goal is ruled out for offside.

Follow live text commentary of the game here.

Harry Kane
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'Five bad goals for us and four for them'

Swansea 5-4 Crystal Palace

Alan Pardew
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Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew speaking to BBC Sport: "It was an unbelievable game for us, set play goals, I think there were four of them, incredible really.  

"It had a crazy feel to it the second half. The referee gifted them the first goal, in terms of the decision, and it changed the momentum.

"Then I thought Swansea did well and we were hanging on and then the game went into a period of madness of goals. Bad goals for them and bad goals for us. In the end, five bad goals for us and four for them.

"Very disappointed the way we defended, particularly the last two goals when we got ourselves in front."

What next?

The final Premier League game of the day is about to kick off. To follow Chelsea v Tottenham, click here.

There is also a game from the Championship to follow. Rotherham v Leeds can be found here.

'I thought we did enough'

Liverpool 2-0 Sunderland

Sunderland boss David Moyes, talking to Sky Sports: "I thought we had done enough to keep them out. First goal was always going to be crucial; they had the chances and the ball. I am disappointed with that first goal. But overall we worked very hard to stay in the game.

"We were never going to come here and have lots of chances so it was always going to be tough. But we weren't going to be rolled over and we weren't."

David Moyes
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'It was mad'

Swansea 5-4 Crystal Palace

Jack Cork
Reuters

Swansea midfielder Jack Cork: "It was mad. At 3-1 we thought the game was finished. At 4-3 we were a bit deflated but somehow we managed to get the win.

"It was a mental rollercoaster and we are physically drained.

"At 3-1 we just wanted to get the win and looked a bit nervous. It was so important, we needed that win, especially against Palace. 

"I don't remember who scored the goals. It was one of those crazy games you don't see that often."

'It's unfair to draw the game'

Leicester 2-2 Middlesbrough

Middlesbrough boss Aitor Karanka: "We showed we are a good team and are playing well. We should have won the game and were better than them. 

"We cannot forget Leicester won the Premier League last season and have qualified for the knockout stages of the Champions League. However, it's unfair to draw this game. Our performances with and without the ball have been good. Against top teams we have been really organised.

"I know how good Alvaro Negredo is, and knew the goals would arrive. He did that because the team worked hard. We all have to keep working now."

Alvaro Negredo
AFP

'Bonkers'

Swansea 5-4 Crystal Palace

John Roder

Match of the Day commentator

It was a bonkers afternoon, for sure. It was an astonishing match.

Some good strikes but some calamitous defending as well.

Problems are mounting for Palace after a sixth successive Premier League defeat.

'The most defensive team I have ever seen'

Liverpool 2-0 Sunderland

Klopp and Henderson
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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp: "I was not in doubt about the result. I just tried to fix a few things like using space better. It was an intense game for us and a deserved win at the end.

"The excitement is in the detail and that means you have to celebrate before you score a goal and push the team on if possible. It worked out. It is important the crowd know about the importance of their support.

"It [Philippe Coutinho's injury] is an ankle injury but we can't say anymore until we see a scan. Firmino got a knock on the calf as well. That should not be that serious.

"There is a lot to analyse. This was the most defensive team I ever saw in my life. Sunderland always play a defensive style and that is OK. We forced them to be that. It is the most difficult thing in world football to come through but we stayed concentrated, worked for the moment and found a way."

'Massive three points'

Swansea 5-4 Crystal Palace

Leroy Fer
PA

Swansea midfielder Leroy Fer: “We deserved it but we made it hard for ourselves.

“The gaffer spoke about it before the game - they are strong in set pieces attacking but we are strong as well.

“We got four goals - or five goals - from set pieces.

“Three points is massive for us and we have to keep going.”

'Positives to take'

Hull 1-1 West Brom

Hull captain Michael Dawson speaking to BBC Sport:

"There are positives to take - we had an awful lot of possession but it's disappointing to concede from a set piece like that - we will have to look at that in training. 

"When you are 1-0 down you have got to take the game to them and I think we did. 

"It's nice to score - I haven't scored three in a season in a while - but taking the three points would have been better". 

Michael Dawson
Reuters

Team news

Chelsea v Tottenham (17:30 GMT)

Chelsea are unchanged for a sixth successive Premier League game. 

John Terry is missing from the squad because of a muscular injury but Willian returns to the Blues bench.

Chelsea XI: Courtois, Azpilicueta, Luiz, Cahill, Moses, Kante, Matic, Alonso, Pedro, Costa, Hazard.

Chelsea
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Tottenham make three changes to the side that lost at Monaco in the Champions League on Tuesday. 

Spurs have to remodel their defence because of Danny Rose's suspension and Jan Vertonghen comes in at left-back, with Kyle Walker returning at right-back. 

Eric Dier and Kevin Wimmer pair up again in the middle. In midfield, Christian Eriksen comes in for Harry Winks, who drops to the bench.

Tottenham XI: Lloris, Walker, Dier, Vertonghen, Wimmer, Wanyama, Dembele, Eriksen, Alli, Son, Kane.

Spurs
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What a game

Swansea 5-4 Crystal Palace

65 minutes: Swansea 1-1 Crystal Palace.

93 minutes: Swansea 5-4 Crystal Palace.

Stunning.

Swansea
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Reds patience pays off

Liverpool 2-0 Sunderland

Origi
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Liverpool goalscorer Divock Origi: "The manager said before the game we had to stay patient. He said if we played like that the whole game we would win." 

Asked if he knows anything about Philippe Coutinho's injury, he says: "No not at all. I hope it's ok for him because he is a very important player for us."

I wonder what will be the first game on Match of the Day?

FULL-TIME

Swansea 5-4 Crystal Palace

What a game. Just... what a game.

Scott Dann
Reuters

FULL-TIME - Hull 1-1 West Brom

FULL-TIME

Liverpool 2-0 Sunderland

Liverpool go top of the Premier League on goal difference. They had to work for it, but you can't say they didn't deserve it.

Jurgen Klopp
Reuters

GOAL - Swansea 5-4 Crystal Palace

Fernando Llorente

Oh. My. Word. Chaos. Utter chaos. Goodness knows how, but Swansea look to have won this game. Federico Fernandez knocks back Gylfi Sigurdsson's free-kick and there is Fernando Llorente again to finish. This stadium may be about to head into orbit. 

Fernando Llorente
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FULL-TIME - Leicester 2-2 Middlesbrough

Leicester salvage a point they hardly deserved. Boro are still seeking a first away win since 21 August.

Negredo dejected
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GOAL - Leicester 2-2 Middlesbrough

Islam Slimani

Scenes. Islam Slimani displays nerves of steel as he pulls Leicester level from the penalty spot in the dying seconds.

Slimani celebrates
Reuters

GOAL - Liverpool 2-0 Sunderland

James Milner

All over. James Milner strokes home his fourth spot-kick of the season to send Liverpool top.

James Milner.
Reuters

PENALTY TO LEICESTER

Leicester 1-2 Middlesbrough

Drama! Wes Morgan is brought down by Marten de Roon and the referee points to the spot.

Islam Slimani picks up the ball. It will be one of the last kicks of the match.

PENALTY for Liverpool

Liverpool 1-0 Sunderland

Saido Mane
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GOAL - Swansea 4-4 Crystal Palace

Fernando Llorente

You are kidding me?! More twists and turns than a twisty, turny thing. After Fernando Llorente's header is saved by the feet of Wayne Hennessey, the striker is there to flick home Gylfi Sigurdsson's effort from range. Madness at the Liberty Stadium. Utter madness.

Fernando Llorente
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Liverpool 1-0 Sunderland

It is very difficult to go from survival mode to attack in an instant, as Sunderland are finding. They have offered very little since Divock Origi's strike. 

Hull 1-1 West Brom

It's an end-to-end finish at Hull. Brilliant save by keeper David Marshall to keep out Nacer Chadli's superbly-struck free-kick.