- Manchester United fail to close gap on top four with 0-0 draw against West Bromwich Albion.
- Wilfried Zaha and Christian Benteke hand Crystal Palace shock 2-1 victory over Chelsea.
- Tottenham secure 2-0 win over Burnley thanks to goals from Dier and Son.
- Resurgent Leicester City complete routine 2-0 victory over Stoke City.
- Sunderland suffer 1-0 defeat by Watford while Hull City edge West Ham United 2-1.
What an enthralling afternoon of Premier League action. Crystal Palace may have opened up the title race, Tottenham have closed the gap on leaders Chelsea, while Hull's survival was boosted against West Ham United.
Elsewhere, Manchester United have lost ground on the top four, Leicester continued their resurgence while Sunderland's Premier League race looks just about run.
That's all from IB Times UK today, have a very good evening.
Full-time: Chelsea 1-2 Crystal Palace
Full-time: Hull City 2-1 West Ham United
Full-time: Manchester United 0-0 West Bromwich Albion
Full-time Burnley 0-2 Tottenham
Puncheon and Zaha combine well but the Ivorian could not put the game beyond doubt from eight yards. Inching ever closer to a huge victory.
Full-time: Leicester City 2-0 Stoke City
Chelsea going route one in their attempts to restore parity, but Palace look set to secure a vital three points. Could this result open up the title race? SEVEN minutes of stoppage time to play.
GOAL! Hull City 2-1 West Ham United (Ranocchia)
Nothing of note from Manchester United, who just can't penetrate the West Bromwich Albion defence. The Baggies almost snatched a goal during their rare foray forward, Darren Fletcher's effort palmed on to the crossbar by David de Gea.
Alli almost adds to Tottenham's lead but his curled effort flashes just past Heaton's goal.
Chelsea trying desperately to find an equaliser against Crystal Palace but Sam Allardyce's men are standing strong. Not long left to play at Stamford Bridge.
GOAL! Burnley 0-2 Tottenham (Son)
Son scores his 15th goal of the season with a close-range finish. Great work from Dele Alli to tee up the Korean. Three points are heading back to north London, surely.
It's Costa's turn to miss a huge chance at Stamford Bridge. The out-of-form Spaniard looked to have fouled Sakho during the build-up, but it mattered little as he flashed his header wide.
Wayne Rooney has just been introduced for Manchester United.
Benteke spurns a golden chance to make it 3-1 to Crystal Palace. The Belgian was left unmarked from a set-piece but couldn't guide his effort on target. Might he rue that come the final whistle?
Elsewhere Foster has just saved a rocket of a shot from Rashford. West Brom really frustrating United at the moment.
GOAL! Burnley 0-1 Tottenham (Dier)
The England international scores his first goal of the season with a lovely controlled effort from the edge of the area. Spurs' pressing has paid off.
Mkhitaryan almost goes through for United but West Brom's defence manage to make up for their earlier error.
Scott Dann has been stretchered off at Stamford Bridge and is replaced by Damien Delaney. Still 2-1 to Palace.
Zaha almost doubles his side's lead shortly after Dann's departure, but Courtois does well to deny the Ivorian.
GOAL! Watford 1-0 Sunderland (Britos)
Britos is left unmarked and nods home for Mazzarri's men at the back post. Pickford's net finally breached.
Fellaini has just missed a guilt-edged opportunity for Manchester United after some excellent work by Anthony Martial. Not the Red Devils' day so far, just over half an hour left to play.
GOAL! Hull City 1-1 West Ham United (Robertson)
Grosicki delivers a ball into the path of Robertson, who takes a touch past a West Ham defender and rifles home to restore parity to the scoreline at the KCOM. Big goal for the Humbersiders.
Heaton saves excellently from Davies to keep the scores level at Turf Moor.
Hazard causing Crystal Palace are smorgasbord of problems already in the second half but Chelsea still trail. Costa is in the referee's bad books, surprisingly.
Elsewhere, Tottenham's Harry Winks has been taken to a local hospital after injuring his ankle against Burnley.
GOAL! Leicester City 2-0 Stoke City (Vardy)
Vardy's volley doubles the champion's lead. The England international has been in fine form since the sacking of Ranieri and has taken his goal excellently.
We're back under way around the grounds. Will Palace pull off a major upset against, will Tottenham come away from Turf Moor with a precious win, and will Manchester United ever get going against West Bromwich Albion?