Full time: Tottenham Hotspur 3-1 Fulham

Full time: Aston Villa 0-0 Southampton

Full time: Cardiff City 1-1 Stoke City

Full time: Newcastle United 1-2 Swansea City

Full time: West Ham United 0-1 Crystal Palace

Full time: Chelsea 1-2 Sunderland


19:29: The Premier League never ceases to amaze. Jose Mourinho's unbeaten home league record is gone as Sunderland come from behind to ruin the Blues' title hopes and given their survival aspirations a major boost. The title is all but in Liverpool's hands, ahead of their trip to Norwich tomorrow, who must now react themselves to Sunderland's win here.

We have three more games tomorrow and you can expect plenty more drama. Until then, goodbye.

Full time: Chelsea 1-2 Sunderland

19:20: Sunderland sitting very deep now and John Terry almost towers a header in but Mannone holds on.

19:19: Five added minutes at Stamford Bridge.

19:19: A minute plus added time for Sunderland to hold and upset Chelsea's title surge.

19:16: The Chelsea bench have presumably seen the replay of the penalty decision and assistant Rui Faria is seething with anger and is really going for referee Mike Dean. It takes three or four Chelsea backroom staff to move the Portuguese coach away from the touchline as he is sent to the stands by Dean. All going off here. Schurrle almost levels straight away but Mannone turns it over.

19:14: Drama at Stamford Bridge. Sunderland win a penalty after Azpilicueta is adjudged to have fouled Jozy Altidore. Replays suggest the American slipped by Mike Dean's view looked clear. Fabio Borini, on loan from Liverpool and a former Chelsea player, goes straight down the middle and Jose Mourinho is close to seeing his unbeaten home league record and title hopes fade away here.

Goal: Chelsea 1-2 Sunderland (Fabio Borini)

Penalty to Sunderland

19:08: Fernando Torres on for Samuel Eto'o as Chelsea desperatly search for a second and all three points. The Spaniard tries acrobatically to get a senseational winner from a half-cleared corner but the ball baloons over.

19:05: Chelsea's best chances are coming when they allow Sunderland to come onto them and they counter-attack and alost grab a second. Schurrle's shot is deflected and Ba nips in, round Mannone but his shot from a tight angle is blocked away for a corner.

19:00: Marc Schwarzer sets Chelsea away with a booming goal-kick which forces Vito Mannone to head clear outside his own penalty area as Ba looked for some scraps and the Sunderland keeper has fallen awkwardly and has been treated after the heavy fall.

18:56: Another chance for the Blues. Willian gets to the byline and pulls the ball back to Ba who while stretching to shoot skews wide. Two changes for Sunderland as Jozy Altidore and Emanuele Giaccherini both come on.

18:53: Demba Ba on for Oscar as Chelsea press for a winner in the last half an hour here. Ahead of the trip to Madrid on Tuesday, this is far from ideal preparation for Jose Mourinho's men.

18:47: As cynical a foul as you'll see this weekend from Lee Cattermole to deny Oscar from breaking clear and Mike Dean shows a yellow card. It keeps Sunderland in the game and for an animated Gus Poyet that will do.

18:38: Great chance for Chelsea to take the lead within three minutes of the restart. Chelsea spring free on the break through Willian who eventually feeds Eto'o who opens his body and curls wide of the far post. Wonderful chance and a brilliant break from the hosts.

18:34: Real act of petulance from Ramires there and he has almost certainly ruled himself out of next weekend's title decider against Liverpool. A three game ban on the way. The second half is under way too.

18:21: Decent first half packed with incident at Stamford Bridge. Goals from Samuel Eto'o and Connor Wickham but there could have been many others at both ends, while Ramires should have seen red for hitting Seb Larsson. Really could go either way this one.

Half time: Chelsea 1-1 Sunderland

18:19: Sunderland almost in for a second after a lacklustre pass from Terry across the back four allows Johnson in but Azpilicueta recovers to clear the danger.

18:17: Vito Mannone was the villian in midweek and he's threatening to play the same role again this evening. The Italian make a hash of clearing out a cross from Salah and with the goal gapping Seb Larsson makes a goal-saving header to deny Ramires making it 2-1. Earlier the Italian turned away Matic's effort from range before recovering to claw away Oscar's cross. Chelsea also wanted a penalty for a handball by Alonso. More incident now and Ramires clearly thumps Larsson off the ball. Mike Dean misses the incident an that could be one for The FA's retrospective panel.

18:10: Chelsea still being held by Sunderland but I am not sure how. Another Willian corner picks out Ivanovic who heads down and when Mannaone gets something on the initial header the balls bonces off the bar and safely into the Italian's arms.

17:51: Well, well, well. Sunderland behind for just five minutes before drawing level at Stamford Bridge. Marcos Alonso's goalbound shot is fumbled by Marc Schwarzer and Connor Wickham, albeit from an offside position, turns it home with a delightfully chipped finish for his third goal in two games.

Goal: Chelsea 1-1 Sunderland (Connor Wickham)

17:45: Just 13 minutes gone and Chelsea turn their early dominance into a lead. Willian's corner from the left finds Samuel Eto'o who volleys home his 12th league goal of the season, all of which have come at Stamford Bridge. Too easy.

Goal: Chelsea 1-0 Sunderland (Samuel Eto'o)

17:40: First opening comes for Sunderland. The front two combine as Wickham finds Borini but when the Italian takes aim from 30 yards his effort flies harmlessly wide.

17:32: Under way at the Bridge.

17:29: Teams are out at Stamford Bridge and kick-off is fast approaching. Sun-decked in west London.

17:23: Although you wouldn't know it, but both Chelsea and Liverpool are four points away from the Premier League and today Jose Mourinho's side can take another step towards the championship with victory over Sunderland ahead of Brendan Rodgers' side's trip to Norwich City on Sunday.

17:16: As previously mentioned, Petr Cech is out for Chelsea through illness and is replaced by 41-year old Marc Schwarzer. Elsewhere, Eden Hazard remains out so Mohamed Salah and Willian will both support Samuel Eto'o who comes in for Demba Ba.

For Sunderland, Connor Wickham starts again in attack alongside Liverpool loanee Fabio Borini, who will be looking to do his parent club a favour against his former side at Stamford Bridge. Nine games without a win are Sunderland streching back since before the League Cup final. Can they catch the champions-elect cold this tea-time?

17:10: Teams:

Chelsea v Sunderland

Chelsea: Schwarzer, Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry, Azpilicueta, Ramires, Matic, Willian, Oscar, Salah, Eto'o

Sunderland: Mannone, Vergini, Alonso, Brown, O'Shea (c), Cattermole, Colback, Larsson, Johnson, Borini, Wickham

17:06: So let's turn our attention to the final game on this Easter Saturday and it concerns title chasing Chelsea and rock bottom Sunderland. The Blues can go top with a win while Sunderland will be hoping to build on their draw at Manchester City and give their survival bid a signficant boost. Team news on the way....

16:59: A few firsts this afternoon worth noting. Crystal Palace win a fifth league game in a row for the first time since 1992. What a job Tony Pulis has done with the Eagles and they win the London derby against West Ham. Meanwhile, Alan Pardew becomes the first Newcastle United manager to lose five successive games in the Premier League. What does that mean for his future?

16:56: Full time across our four 3pm kick-offs. Big wins for Swansea and Crystal Palace on the road, while Aston Villa hold Southampton and Cardiff drop points at home to Stoke.