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West Ham 1-2 Arsenal, Southampton 1-1 Chelsea, Tottenham 0-0 Man Utd - LIVE
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16:21 GMT

28/12/2014

MAN CITY 2-1 BURNLEY - COMEBACK ON?

Rob Pollard reports: “What looked like being a comfortable afternoon for City has turned far more difficult. Burnley’s goal, scored by George Boyd, has given then renewed optimism they can leave the Etihad with something and they’re now playing with freedom. They’ve created two or three decent chances since their goal and City are sat way too deep, almost inviting pressure.”

16:20 GMT

28/12/2014

GOAL! Newcastle 0 Everton 1 (Kone)

16:18 GMT

28/12/2014

WEST HAM 1-2 ARSENAL - ROUTE ONE

Reda Maher reports: “West Ham are launching the ball into the Arsenal box as they hunt an equaliser, Sakho going close. Allardyce elects to withdraw the Senegalese for Enner Valencia, who has searing pace and will stretch the likes of Mertesacker.”

16:15 GMT

28/12/2014

KICK-OFF

Such is the craziness of festive fixtures, we have a match kicking off NOW. Stay here for updates on all the major happenings or click below for a dedicated play-by-play commentary.

LIVE: Newcastle 0-0 Everton
 

16:14 GMT

28/12/2014

WEST HAM 1-2 ARSENAL - KOUYATE GOAL

GOAL: West Ham are right back in it! They get the goal their first-half performance warranted as CHEIKHOU KOUYATE's header loops past Wojciech Szczesny. It was deflected, but it's Kouyate's goal. Game on!

16:12 GMT

28/12/2014

GOAL! West Ham 1 (Kouyate) Arsenal 2

16:10 GMT

28/12/2014

ASTON VILLA 0-0 SUNDERLAND - DELPH SENT OFF

Julian De Martinis reports: “He slides in high with studs showing on Jordi Gomez just after the Sunderland man had gotten the ball from a throw-in. The players absolutely cannot believe it, and a yellow may have sufficed, but it's yet another match where Villa are down to 10 men.”

16:08 GMT

28/12/2014

STOKE 1-0 WEST BROM - DIOUF GOAL

GOAL: Bojan Krkic is the architect of the move once again, sending an exquisite ball forward to Erik Pieters. The defender picks out MAME DIOUF in the centre with a pass, and the striker's first touch is superb, as he takes it past Gareth McAuley before slotting home from close range.

16:07 GMT

28/12/2014

MAN CITY 2-1 BURNLEY - BOYD GOAL

GOAL: Burnley are back in it! Danny Ings, who's been bright all afternoon, shoots, GEORGE BOYD gets a touch and the ball rolls under Joe Hart's arm. Hint of offside but Hart will be disappointed.

16:06 GMT

28/12/2014

RED CARD! DELPH SENT OFF FOR VILLA!

16:06 GMT

28/12/2014

GOAL! Stoke 1 (Diouf) West Brom 0

16:04 GMT

28/12/2014

GOAL! Manchester City 2 Burnley 1 (Boyd)

15:59 GMT

28/12/2014

TITLE RACE - AS THINGS STAND

Chelsea were much improved in the second half but couldn't find a winner against a stubborn Southampton. That means if Manchester City hold on to beat Burnley - SPOILER: They will - there will be just one point between the top two. And wouldya look at the New Year's Day fixtures...

Tottenham v Chelsea
Man City v Sunderland

Could City top the table by Thursday evening?
 

15:57 GMT

28/12/2014

FULL-TIME: Southampton 1-1 Chelsea

15:56 GMT

28/12/2014

SOUTHAMPTON 1-1 CHELSEA - LATE PRESSURE!

Chelsea are piling on the pressure in the closing stages, but Filipe Luis’ latest delivery from the left sails over everyone for a goal kick. Southampton are attempting to get the ball to the corner flag to waste time. Can they hold on?

15:54 GMT

28/12/2014

STAT ATTACK

15:53 GMT

28/12/2014

FOUR MINUTES ADDED ON AT ST MARY'S

15:53 GMT

28/12/2014

WEST HAM 0-2 ARSENAL - FIRST-HALF SUMMARY

Reda Maher reports: “The Hammers were by far the better team for most of the half, putting Arsenal on the back foot and seeing a goal disallowed, but the brilliance of Alexis won the visitors a penalty, converted by Cazorla, and minutes later they were 2-0 up thanks to a Welbeck tap-in. Until the opener on 40 minutes Arsenal had barely created a chance.”
 

15:51 GMT

28/12/2014

SOUTHAMPTON 1-1 CHELSEA - SCHNEIDERLIN SENT OFF!

Morgan Schneiderlin is sent off with minutes remaining for a second bookable offence. It's still all Chelsea, and now Loic Remy is on for Diego Costa. Time for a winner yet...