- Alvaro Morata nets stunning second-half header as Jose Mourinho tastes defeat on his latest return to Stamford Bridge
- Result sees fourth-place Chelsea move within one point of Manchester United in second
- Everton halt losing run and claim their first win under caretaker manager David Unsworth at Goodison Park
- Oumar Niasse and Dominic Calvert-Lewin score after Watford take 2-0 lead through Richarlison and Christian Kabasele
- Leighton Baines notches a late penalty before former Toffees midfielder Tom Cleverley misses his own spot-kick at the end of 12 minutes of stoppage time
- Everton's first win since September moves them out of the relegation zone and up to 15th
- Recap: Tottenham 1-0 Crystal Palace, Manchester City 3-1 Arsenal
Everton's maiden win under Unsworth and their first in any competition since September is enough to drag them out of the relegation zone and up to the dizzy heights of 15th.
West Ham drop into the bottom three as they look set to relieve Slaven Bilic of his managerial duties on Monday.
Meanwhile, a third straight defeat under Silva leaves Watford ninth.
That result at Stamford Bridge means fourth-place Chelsea move to within a point of Tottenham and Manchester United. Is the title race effectively over already with City opening up an unassailable-looking eight-point gap at the summit?
The relief on Conte's face was plain to see at the end after a week of further pressure. Interesting to note that he did not shake hands with Mourinho at the end of the game, either.
Morata will also be very pleased to end his run of six matches without a goal.
I think I need a lie down after that...
Everton 3-2 Watford
Stepping up against his old club, Tom Cleverley sends his penalty wide. Unbelievable.
Crazy late drama as Pickford brings down Richarlison to hand Watford a 100th-minute penalty.
Penalty to Watford!!!
Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United
A late 25-yard free-kick from Rashford deflects off the wall and out for a corner. Last chance for United to pinch an equaliser.
12 minutes of added time at Goodison Park after that injury to Gomes.
Morata is sent through by Willian on the counter but gets his feet in a muddle and a golden chance to put the game to bed goes begging.
No mistake from Baines from 12 yards. Everton have fought back from a 2-0 second-half deficit to lead 3-2 in the dying minutes.
Goal: Everton 3-2 Watford (Leighton Baines)
Holebas trips Aaron Lennon and gives Everton the chance to steal a late victory...
Penalty to Everton
Key save from Courtois to keep out Fellaini's effort. United penning Chelsea back as we enter four minutes of stoppage time.
Rashford unleashes a promising shot from the edge of the box that looks to deflect behind off Martial.
Conte sends on Willian in place of Hazard.
Crucial intervention from Bailly to stop Morata and win a free-kick inside the United box.
Sloppy mistakes now from United as they struggle to get anything going in the final third. Rashford's back-post cross to Fellaini is hopelessly overhit.
De Gea almost gets caught out by a deep cross from Rudiger.
Herrera, already on a yellow, fouls Hazard yet again. Is he lucky not to be going off?
Level pegging at Goodison after Calvert-Lewin heads home from Baines' corner.
Can Everton complete the comeback?
Goal: Everton 2-2 Watford (Dominic Calvert-Lewin)
Disciplined defending from Nemanja Matic. He tracks Hazard all the way and the Belgian ends up shooting straight at De Gea.
Fellaini is inexplicably caught in possession by Bakayoko, who takes on Smalling before shooting wide to the right.