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Steven Pienaar's Everton succumbed to a 1-0 defeat against Sunderland on Saturday potentially ending their slim hopes of Champions League qualification

Steven Pienaar could not stop Sunderland from defeating Everton 1-0 on Saturday, with a Steven Sessegnon goal the difference between the two sides. Everton will need a dramatic collapse from either Chelsea, Tottenham or Arsenal in order to for their Champions League aspirations to be met, with David Moyes already conceding that the Toffees have run out of time.

Kagisho Dikgacoi's Crystal Palace played to a 2-2 draw against Leicester City on Saturday which keeps the Eagles in the playoffs. The South African midfielder picked up a yellow card during the stalemate which leaves his side on 67 points.

Dean Furman's Doncaster Rovers slipped to a 1-0 defeat against Notts County on Saturday, allowing for AFC Bournemouth to overtake them at the top of the League One standings. 

Bongani Khumalo finally played the full ninety minutes for PAOK on Sunday, during his side's 2-0 victory over Pas Giannina. PAOK still sit in second spot in the Greek Super League.

Thulani Serero's Ajax Amsterdam had to settle for a 1-1 draw against Heerenveen on Friday night with the Bafana Bafana midfielder watching the action from the bench. Ajax's draw cuts their lead over PSV to four points.

Kamohelo Mokotjo did not make the squad for Feyenoord, who defeated Vitesse 2-1.


Tokelo Rantie should in action on Monday night for Malmo while May Mahlangu's Helsingborg defeated Brommapojkarna 2-0 with the influential midfielder playing 90 minutes before being substituted.


Anele Ngcongca will have been disappointed with his team's performance against Club Brugge on Sunday, as they succumbed to a 2-0 defeat at home.

Darren Keet could not stop Mons from scoring twice against Kortrijk as his team lost 2-1 away from home, which leaves them in third spot of Group A in the Belgian Playoffs II.