Full time: Norwich City 2-3 Liverpool
Full time: Hull City 0-3 Arsenal
Full time: Everton 2-0 Manchester United
18:05: About as comprehensive a Premier League win as you'll see this season. Everton do the double over Manchester United for the first time for 44 years after goals from Leighton Baines and Kevin Mirallas in the first half and go within a point of fourth place Arsenal with three games left. David Moyes' return to Goodison Park ends in defeat and it mathematically ends the club's pursuit of a Champions League place.
Well it's been a thrilled Easter Sunday in the Premier League. We're back with all the action from the Champions League semi-final first legs. Until then, goodbye.
Full time: Everton 2-0 Manchester United
17:59: Four added minutes at Goodison Park.
17:56: For 87 minutes a complete bystander, Tim Howard comes to Everton's aid when required. Javier Hernandez wriggles away from two Everton challenges and finds Wayne Rooney but the American spreads himself and makes the save. A grand stand finish prevented.
17:48: United have been nothing but neat and tidy in this second half but totally toothless in attack and Everton break swiftly and almost get a third but De Gea turns away Naismith's curled effort.
17:46: Final throw of the dice from David Moyes as Danny Welbeck comes on for Shinji Kagawa. Naismith spurns another chance for Everton as he sweeps wide.
17:41: The threat has tempered from Everton but United are showing little in the way of progress in attack and the hosts look very comfortable. Set to go within a point of Arsenal are Roberto Martinez's side.
17:34: Hernandez injects some much-needed impertus into preceedings for United and he twists and turns and tees up Darren Fletcher but his effort skews wide. Now Wayne Rooney gets caught up in some business he needn't with James McCarthy. Left two feet in that challenge did the United skipper even if he didn't make much contact.
17:30: Everton holding United at arms length as Juan Mata's tame header is saved by Howard. Change for the champions as Javier Hernandez replaces Jonny Evans, who played for the first time in 13 matches today. Danny Welbeck remains on the bench.
17:20: Tim Howard keeps out Shinji Kagawa as United continue to build but again they are caught on the break as Seamus Coleman drives into the area but miscues his shot and is flies wide.
17:15: The second period is less than a minute old and United miss a golden chance to half the deficit. The balls finds its way to Wayne Rooney who twists and turns in front of John Stones but can't get a shot away before the ball to put out for a corner.
17:13: Change for Everton ahead of the second half. Antolin Alcaraz on for Sylvain Distin. Second 45 minutes under way.
16:59: David Moyes' return to Goodison Park is so far not going as planned. Goals from Leighton Baines and Kevin Mirallas, both in contrasting manner but in taken with similar assurance, have the hosts ahead against a United side who look good in possession but lack any cutting edge.
Half time: Everton 2-0 Manchester United
16:56: United are completly dominant in possession but aren't going anywhere and Everton rub salt in the wound by doubling their lead three minutes before the interval as soon as they regain possession. Naismith plays in Mirallas, who escapes in behind Phil Jones and tucks it beyond David de Gea. Clinical from Everton.
Goal: Everton 2-0 Manchester United (Kevin Mirallas)
16:40: As routine a penalty award as you'll ever see as Phil Jones is adjudged to have handled Lukaku's shot. Leighton Baines keeps up his 100% record from the spot in the Premier League by going down the middle and beating David de Gea.
Goal: Everton 1-0 Manchester United (Leighton Baines)
Penalty to Everton
16:32: Fiesty start at Goodison. Everton want a penalty as Evans blocks Naismith's goalbound volley. Mark Clattenburg waves away the appeal and replays suggest he was right to despite the effort flying towards the United goal. Plenty of possession for the visitors but not much thrust.
16:13: Under way at Goodison Park. Fair to say it was a mixed reception for David Moyes.
Everton: Howard, Coleman, Distin, Stones, Baines, McCarthy, Barry, Barkley, Naismith, Mirallas, Lukaku
Manchester United: De Gea, Smalling, Evans, Jones, Buttner, Carrick, Fletcher, Nani, Mata, Kagawa, Rooney
16:05: No sooner are we done at the KC Stadium than attention turns to our final game of the day at Goodison Park. Everton will want to keep the pressure on Arsenal and react to their win at Hull while Manchester United are still pursuing a Europa League place. There is of course the much-awaited return of David Moyes to Merseyside. Interesting to here the reception to his arrival in the dugout after 11 years at the Toffees.
16:03: Three goals and three points for Arsenal. Aaron Ramsey's opener and two from Lukas Podolski put the Gunners four points ahead of Everton in fourth, with three three games to play. Hull are probably safe but still need a point to cement their Premier League status. Steve Bruce will be looking for much better come the FA Cup in May.
Full time: Hull City 0-3 Arsenal
15:58: Four added minutes and it's just a case of whether Arsenal can add to their healthy lead.
15:52: Yaya Sanogo on for Arsenal as Lukas Podolski misses the chance to grab his first treble for the club. This last half an hour since the third goal has been a precession.
15:46: Arsenal continue to threaten a fourth goal. Giroud hits the bar from a tight angel before Ramsey tests Harper after Oxlade-Chamberlain appealed for a penalty. Hull have faded in this second half and Steve Bruce needs a rethink in order to trouble the Gunners next month at Wembley.
15:24: Game, set and match at the KC as Arsenal grab a third after 54 minutes. Cazorla gets to the byline and his cross finds Ramsey whose deflected shot is well saved by Harper but Podolski reacts first from the rebound to sweep home. Four in two for the German forward and Arsenal's grip on fourth strengtherns.
Goal: Hull City 0-3 Arsenal (Lukas Podolski)
15:13: Second half under way at the KC Stadium. Matt Fryatt has replaced Shane Long in the Hull attack.
Half time: Hull City 0-2 Arsenal
14:57: Arsenal double their lead in the first minute of added on time with a beautifully worked goal. Hull want a free-kick as Jelavic goes to ground but appeals are waved away and Arsenal break away after after Giroud's cross is chested off by Aaron Ramsey, Podolski meets the ball on the volley and crashes the ball into the corner.
Goal: Hull City 0-2 Arsenal (Lukas Podolski)
14:47: Hull have more than played their part in this game and they almost grab a leveller straight away as Jake Livermore strike the post.
14:41: Vintage Arsenal goals gives them the lead over Hull. A well worked move sees Cazorla feeds the onrushing Ramsey who takes one touch to control the ball and the second to shoot into the corner. Hull have been good but a bit of class does for Arsene Wenger's men.
Goal: Hull City 0-1 Arsenal (Aaron Ramsey)
14:27: First time we've seen Arsenal in attacking mode and Steve Harper has to be alert. Aaron Ramsey's pass is behind Lukas Podolski, but the German comes back onto his right foot and shoots goalwards but his effort is beaten out.
14:24: It's all Hull in the early moments here at the KC Stadium. Jelavic and Long causing all sorts of problems and it's the former who forces Szczesny into a good early save. Yellow card now for David Meyler, who goes in hard on Nacho Monreal.
14:14: An early break in play after five minutes at the KC Stadium as the advertising hoarding around the near touchline are blown onto the pitch by the prevailing wind. A bizarre incident but we're back under way.
14:12: So while Hull City are looking forward to the club's first ever major cup final at Wembley next month, The Tigers are in desperate need of a point or two to cement their Premier League status ahead of next season. Currently on 36 points, six above the bottom three, but with two games in hand over most of the sides around them, one more win will probably do them.
14:07: After an impeccably observed minute's silence to remember former Hull right back Andy Davidson, we're under way at the KC Stadium.
14:06: Before we turn attention to matters at the KC Stadium, it's worth mentioning that that win for Liverpool confirms their return to the Champions League. Regardless of what might follow, that's a great achievement from Brendan Rodgers' men, who have matched their pre-season target.
Hull City v Arsenal
Hull City: Harper, Rosenior, Elmohamady, Davies, Chester, Huddlestone, Livermore, Meyler, Boyd, Jelavic, Long.
Arsenal: Szczesny, Sagna, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Monreal, Arteta, Ramsey, Cazorla, Ozil, Podolski, Giroud.
13:58: No time to stand and stare as we move onto our second game of the afternoon, and a bit of a dress rehearsal ahead of the FA Cup final on 17 May. Hull City host Champions League chasing Arsenal. Team news and kick-off on the way.
13:56: The most important win over Liverpool's 11 straight victories. Raheem Sterling scores two and makes another for Luis Suarez but that only tells half the story as Norwich twice came back into the game through Gary Hooper and Robert Snodgrass' goals. Plenty of encouragement for Norwich but Liverpool go five points clear.
Full time: Norwich City 2-3 Liverpool
13:43: Simon Mignolet makes a vital save! Redmond's cross from the left and Van Wolfswinkel peels away and heads straight at the Belgian. Norwich pilling on the pressure.
13:39: Norwich won't go away and they peg Liverpool back for a second time. Olsson's cross from the left is a good one and Snodgrass bends a brilliant header into the far corner. Moses on and Coutinho off for Liverpool, who need to show more resolve to get the points secure here.
Goal: Norwich City 2-3 Liverpool (Robert Snodgrass)
13:30: Bit of pressure from Norwich as they seek to cut the deficit and Robert Snodgrass forces Mignolet into a fine low stop after the Scot shoots from range. Now Redmond hits one and Skrtel deflects the ball agonisingly wide. The resulting corner sees Russell Martin head over when well placed.
13:23: Just under half an hour to go but you feel Liverpool are out of sight now. Bradley Johnson plays a woeful crossfield pass straight to Raheem Sterling who uses the decoy run of Luis Suarez to drive at the heart at the Norwich defence before his shot deflects off Johnson and up and over the desparing John Ruddy.
Goal: Norwich City 1-3 Liverpool (Raheem Sterling)
13:20: Amid this title run in is this the moment we see Liverpool's championship hopes really tested? Ten successive wins have come without alarm but they face adversity in the form of a Norwich side fighting for their lives at the bottom. Chelsea and Manchester City fans willing an equalier I am sure.
13:16: Liverpool contribute to their own problems as Norwich are back in it. A high cross from the right sees Mignolet and Skrtel converge on the ball and fail to deal with pressure from Bradley Johnson and the loose ball falls the way of Gary Hooper who nets his first goal since Boxing Day. Game very much on.
Goal: Norwich 1-2 Liverpool (Gary Hooper)
13:09: Liverpool should be out of sight at Norwich. Suarez tees up Sterling who lashes over the bar. Norwich have started the second half no better than the first.
13:06: Second half has begun at Carrow Road. No changes at half time.
12:51: Liverpool's grip on the Premier League title becomes firmer while Norwich slip further towards the trap door. Raheem Sterling scored the first from 25 yards before making the second for Luis Suarez, who netted his 30th league goal of the season with a cool finish. Norwich have offered very little.
Half time: Norwich City 0-2 Liverpool
12:47: Yellow card for Michael Turner as the first half comes to a close. Saved an almost certain third as Sterling broke away and the England winger had Suarez for company.
12:44: Five minutes to go until half time and Liverpool pushing for a third. Gerrard's corner from the left finds Sakho but his header flies wide.
12:35: Liverpool have kept a lid on the Norwich pressure since going two up and they this game in their hands. Nathan Redmond unleashes an effort from range
12:19: Norwich pose their first real threat and they almost get back in the game. Turner wins the header at the back post and the ball falls to Hooper, but Joe Allen get the vital block in.
12:14: The champions-elect double their lead with just 11 minutes on the clock and Luis Suarez grabs his 30th league goal of the campaign. Sterling plays a delicious cross inside Michael Turner and Suarez opens his body and plants his effort past Ruddy from eight yards.
Goal: Norwich City 0-2 Liverpool (Luis Suarez)
12:11: That is Raheem Sterling's eighth goal since early December and his surge toward earning a World Cup place with England. Liverpool have made a really fast start here and they almost make it two as Joe Allen is denied by John Ruddy.
12:07: What a start for Liverpool! The title favourites ahead inside four minutes as after paitient build-up from the left, Sterling slips past Bradley Johnson and hits a rasper from fully 30 yards which soars past John Ruddy.
Goal: Norwich City 0-1 Liverpool (Raheem Sterling)
12:02: Under way at Carrow Road. Strap in for what should be a thrilling Sunday in the Premier League.
11:58: So can Norwich go five points clear of the bottom three, or will Liverpool go five points clear at the top? Teams are out at Carrow Road and we're almost ready to go.
11:54: You can't help but notice the Liverpol tinge to the PFA Players' Player and Young Player of the Year awards, but two of those nominees are missing today. Jordan Henderson and Daniel Sturridge are both out through suspension and injury. The responsibility will be on Luis Sarez to reproduce his brilliance against Norwich aginst. He has 11 goals in five league appearances against the Canaries, including three hat-tricks. The Uruguay international holds the key today.
11:50: Sunderland's win at Chelsea doesn't just put the onus on Liverpool to react, but it's also a big day for Norwich City. The Black Cats have a game in hand and the Canaries are very much in the line of fire. Neil Adams' side produced a good performance in defeat at Fulham last weekend but must start matching those showings with points. Norwich have the best home defensive record outside the top four and that will surely prove vital to their hopes this afternoon.
11:40: Gary Hooper comes in for Ricky van Wolfswinkel in the only change for Neil Adams' first home game in charge of Norwich City.
Two changes for Liverpool, both of which are enforced. Jordan Henderson is suspended and Daniel Sturridge is suspended so Brendan Rodgers brings in Lucas Leiva and Joe Allen.
Norwich City v Liverpool
Norwich City: Ruddy, Whittaker, Martin, Turner, Olsson, Johnson, Howson, Fer, Snodgrass, Redmond, Hooper.
Liverpool: Mignolet, Johnson, Skrtel, Sakho, Flanagan, Gerrard, Lucas, Allen, Sterling, Coutinho, Suarez.
11:30: Happy Easter to you all and what a cracking Sunday in the Premier League we have in prospect. After Chelsea's lost their unbeaten home league record under Jose Mourinho against Sunderland, Liverpool have the chance to go five points clear at the top with a win at relegation threatened Norwich City, who are hovering nerviously two pointd above the drop zone having won once since February.
Later we have the dress rehearsal for the FA Cup final when Hull City host an Arsenal side striving for that fourth Champions Lague place. Victory over West Ham handed the Gunners back the initiative but they face a tough task against Steve Bruce's men who are no guarenteed safety themselves having lost four of their last six.
Finally, we head to Goodison Park for David Moyes' return to Everton for the first time as Manchester United manager. Roberto Martinez's men will be keen to react to whatever Arsenal do at Hull while United know five wins between now and the end of the season will assure them a Europa League place. Oh how times have changed.