Whilst Liverpool are already Premier League champions, there remains much to be sorted as the relegation and European battles continue to twist and turn.
Second half goals from Sadio Mane and Curtis Jones proved enough for Liverpool to squeeze past Aston Villa, with Jones’ goal coming on the volley after Mohamed Salah headed Andrew Robertson’s cross towards the youngster.
Villa however sit third bottom above Bournemouth on goal difference after Mason Greenwood’s brace helped fifth-placed Manchester United defeat the Cherries 5-2.Embed from Getty Images
Watford however remain a point ahead of the pair despite losing 3-0 at Chelsea, in which Ross Barkley produced an assist then goal, either side of Willian’s penalty after Etienne Capoue had fouled Christian Pulisic.
Norwich meanwhile remain rooted to the foot of the Premier League after Leandro Trossard’s strike from Aaron Mooy’s pass on counter-attack fired Brighton towards safety.
West Ham meanwhile aren’t entirely safe yet after twice taking the lead at Newcastle, only for Miguel Almiron and Jonjo Shelvey to equalise in an eventual 2-2 draw which leaves the Hammers four points above the drop in 16th position.Embed from Getty Images
Elsewhere, Wolves’ unbeaten restart came to an end after late respective goals in each half from Bukayo Saka and Alexandre Lacazette gifted Arsenal victory at Molineux, as the Gunners climbed to seventh.
John Egan’s 80th minute strike rescued Sheffield United a point at Turf Moor after James Tarkowski had put Burnley ahead, as the Blades look to fight Arsenal for the last Europa qualification spot.Embed from Getty Images
Southampton stunned Manchester City through Che Adams’ 39 yard stunner to clinch a shock home win, despite second-placed City dominating a tight encounter watched by a record peak audience of 5.8m on BBC1.
Jamie Vardy surpassed a century of Premier League goals as Leicester crushed Crystal Palace in a three goal display at the King Power Stadium, of which Kelechi Iheanacho initially put them ahead from Youri Tielemans’ 49th minute low cross.
Finally, Michael Keane accidentally deflected Giovani Lo Celso’s shot into his own net to gift Tottenham a narrow victory over Everton.