Saturday 25 April 2015

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Manuel Pellegrini's side cannot afford to fall further behind their rivals but are faced with a team who have proved difficult to beat under Tim Sherwood

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A clinical double from Dame N'Doye secured the Tigers a vital win at Selhurst Park, giving Steve Bruce's side a much-needed boost in their bid to avoid Premier League relegation

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John Carver became the first Magpies manager to lose seven games in a row as the Swans returned to winning ways thanks to goals from Nelson Oliveira, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Jack Cork

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Steven Gerrard started for his 500th Premier League appearance for the Reds but a game with little by way of goalmouth action ended in stalemate at the Hawthorns

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Steve Bruce's side lifted themselves into 16th in the Premier League table after a valuable victory at Selhurst Park, the Senegalese striker scoring just after half-time

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The hosts missed a huge chance to gain vital ground as they struggle to stay afloat in the Premier League, with Richard Dunne having a second-half strike ruled out for offside

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Baggies goalkeeper Boaz Myhill had to be alert to keep the Reds at bay but the hosts had their own effort cleared off the line in the second half as Brendan Rodgers's side stalled

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Burnley survival hopes swung in 60 seconds as Matt Taylor's penalty miss and Jamie Vardy's goal gave Leicester City a crucial 1-0 victory

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Charlie Austin missed a first-half penalty as the Rs had the better of the game at Loftus Road without being able to make the breakthrough against a stubborn Hammers side

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The hosts sit joint bottom on points and desperately need three points when they take on an out-of-form West Ham

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The away side are still lingering dangerously close to the bottom three and will hpe they can edge away from it with a win over a team who have won just one of their last five

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The visitors are in dire need of three points as they look to stay out of the bottom three, but face a team who have been in fine form under Alan Pardew

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With the Blues' press officer running late, the Portuguese plotted with journalists at his Friday media briefing to give him a fright upon his arrival

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It's the battle of the relegation candidates. A win for either side would give a huge boost to their survival hopes as the end of the season nears

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Goals from Erik Lamela and Nacer Chadli either side of half-time cancelled out a Graziano Pelle double as two sides battling for Europa League qualification shared the spoils