2015-16 Barclays Premier League
Full-time: Leicester 2-2 West Ham
Full-time: Bournemouth 1-2 Liverpool
- Leonardo Ulloa's last-gasp penalty sees Leicester claim a controversial draw in a thrilling encounter at the King Power Stadium
- Jamie Vardy gave the hosts a first-half lead before eventually being shown a second yellow card for simulation
- Andy Carroll equalised from the spot after Winston Reid was held back by Wes Morgan
- A stunning volley from Aaron Cresswell looked to have secured all three points for West Ham before referee Jonathan Moss harshly penalised Carroll for a foul on Jeff Schlupp
- Claudio Ranieri's leaders are now eight points clear ahead of Tottenham's trip to Stoke on Monday night
- On the south coast, goals from Roberto Firmino and Daniel Sturridge gave much-changed Liverpool a comfortable win over Bournemouth
- Joshua King reduced the deficit late on
That is all for this particular live blog, but stay with IBTimes UK for live coverage of Arsenal's London derby against Crystal Palace at the Emirates Stadium.
A chance for everyone to catch their breath after an extraordinary finish to the game in Leicester. That hugely controversial late penalty means Ranieri's side sit eight points clear at the top of the Premier League before Tottenham's trip to Stoke tomorrow night.
Leicester 2-2 West Ham
Bournemouth 1-2 Liverpool
Ulloa makes no mistake from 12 yards with what will surely be the last kick of the game. Bournemouth reduce the arrears against Liverpool through King and almost grab an equaliser as Cook heads over from Pugh's cross.
No clean sheet for Ward, who earlier made a fantastic save to deny Grabban. Sturridge also hit the post late on.
Goal: Bournemouth 1-2 Liverpool (Joshua King)
Goal: Leicester 2-2 West Ham (Leonardo Ulloa)
Penalty to Leicester with just secondd remaining. Schlupp falls under the challenge of Carroll. Ulloa to take it...
Four minutes of added time for Leicester to find an equaliser. Huth rages at referee Moss after clearly being held by Ogbonna at a corner.
The home fans are furious with the referee.
An astonishing turn of events at the King Power as West Ham complete a crucial turnaround. Antonio weaves his way down the right flank and stands up a cross that is headed into the path of left-back Cresswell, who thunders an unstoppable volley into the back of the net.
A brilliant strike that will provoke wild celebrations in one half of north London.
Goal: Leicester 1-2 West Ham (Aaron Cresswell)
A title lifeline for Tottenham? West Ham win a corner and Reid attracts attention from referee Moss after being shoved by Huth. As the ball eventually comes in, the centre-back is grabbed by Morgan and the referee has no hesitation in pointing to the spot.
Carroll steps up to coolly slot home from 12 yards.
Goal: Leicester 1-1 West Ham (Andy Carroll)
Heart in mouth time for the Leicester fans as multiple crosses are launched into the box before a ball towards Valencia is confidently claimed by Schmeichel.
Changes aplenty on the south coast, where Klopp has introduced Origi and Lallana at the expense of Firmino and Ibe.
Howe sends on Wilson in place of Ritchie.
West Ham launch another attack and play is eventually brought back as Morgan is booked for taking down Carroll. Ranieri brings on Daniel Amartey for Mahrez and Payet's free-kick flies well over the bar.
Carroll wins another header from Payet's corner. The ball ends up with Ogbonna, who can neither get a shot away nor set-up the nearby Kouyate and Leicester clear their lines effectively.
Valencia for Moses is West Ham's final change with 20 minutes left to play.
At Bournemouth, Gradel has been replaced by Marc Pugh and Ward has been forced into a solid save to deny King after the Norwegian striker advanced beyond both Lucas and substitute Mamadou Sakho.
Toure has gone off.
Bilic makes an attacking change, replacing Noble with Lanzini. The Argentine looks to get to work quickly but blasts over, much to the frustration of Carroll.
West Ham are understandably eager to make their numerical advantage count. Huth has to be alert to clear a cross and Reid then gets ahead of Morgan to guide Payet's latest delivery against the post.
I'll leave you to make your own minds up on that one, but it looks a good decision at first glance. Vardy appeared to be the one instigating the contact, dragging his leg across and tumbling just too theatrically for referee Moss' liking.
Ranieri responds immediately by withdrawing Okazaki and throwing on Leonardo Ulloa.
Drama at the King Power as Leicester goalscorer Vardy, harshly booked earlier for a foul on Kouyate, is shown a second yellow card for simulation after tangling with Ogbonna inside the penalty area.
Red card: Jamie Vardy (Leicester)
Real chances in both games but neither are taken. For Liverpool, Allen plays in Sturridge and the England striker lobs Boruc before seeing the ball clip off the outside of the post and wide.
At Leicester, Drinkwater seizes on a rogue pass from Noble and finds Okazaki, who tries to tee up Vardy with a low ball across the six-yard box that is hit just a fraction too hard.