15:00: Chelsea vs Norwich City
15:00: Everton vs Aston Villa
15:00: Newcastle United vs Leicester City
15:00: Southampton vs Stoke City
15:00: Swansea City vs AFC Bournemouth
15:00: West Bromwich Albion vs Arsenal
Dramatic day in the Premier League has come to an end with shocks and goal everywhere, including Jamie Vardy's record-equalling 10th consecutive Premier League goal. That is all we have time for on this live text but on the other side is live coverage of Man City v Liverpool and Real Madrid v Barcelona. Until next time, goodbye.
Full time: Swansea 2-2 Bournemouth
Full time: Newcastle 0-3 Leicester
Full time: Southampton 0-1 Stoke
Full time: West Brom 2-1 Arsenal
Full time: Chelsea 1-0 Norwich
Full time: Everton 4-0 Aston Villa
Into stoppage time at Stamford Bridge where Norwich are pressing hard but the Blues look comfortable. Arsenal meanwhile into added on time at West Brom.
West Brom camped on the edge of their own penalty area and Arsenal can't break through. The Gunners stalling again in their title bid.
Sanchez wins a penalty after being fouled by Chris Brunt but Santi Cazorla fails to level, slipping as he takes it and the ball loops over the top.
Penalty for Arsenal
West Brom almost go 3-1 up as Jonas Olsson is denied. Arsenal not been particularly impressive in pursuit of an equaliser.
Campbell on for Arsenal and he should level but makes a complete hash of a back post effort from six yards out. Should score.
Joel Campbell on for Arsenal as they try to force their way back into the game at the Hawthorns.
Giooal: Newcastle 0-2 Leicester (Leonardo Ulloa)
Goal: Chelsea 1-0 Norwich (Diego Costa)
The Blues lead and their Spanish axis are key against. Cesc Fabregas takes a quick free-kick and catch Norwich out. Costa takes the ball down, cuts inside and fires past Ruddy. Barely a celebration from the forward after scoring form the first time in half a dozen games.
Goal: Everton 4-0 Aston Villa (Romelu Lukaku)
Chelsea pressing hard as we reach the hour mark but they can't rediscover their cutting edge. Cesc Fabregas cuts inside and without an out-ball we shoots goalwards which Ruddy saves easily.
Mesut Ozil strikes the post for Arsenal inside two minutes of the second half. Mikel Arteta now off injured for the Gunners as Mathieu Flamini comes on. Nightmare for Arsene Wenger.
Back under way in the Premier League. But late getting going at the Hawthorns but we're well into the second half
Half time at the Hawthorns and Stamford Bridge, but it is at St James' Park where the attention is where Jamie Vardy has scored a goal in a record-equalling 10th Premier League game. He equals Rudd van Nistelrooy's record and as things stand he is firing his Leicester side top of the Premier League.
Goal: Newcastle United 0-1 Leicester City (Jamie Vardy)
Goal: Everton 3-0 Aston Villa (Ross Barkley)