- Chelsea bounce back after weekend defeat to West Ham after overcoming Huddersfield.
- Crystal Palace score stoppage time winner to beat 10-man Watford.
- Burnley go fourth in the Premier League as Ashley Barnes downs Stoke.
Premier League results
Burnley 1-0 Stoke
Crystal Palace 2-1 Watford
Huddersfield Town 1-3 Chelsea
An amazing finish at Selhurst Park and Crystal Palace beat Watford in dramatic fashion, a fine end to an otherwise poor evening of Premier League football.
Elsewhere, Chelsea eased past Huddersfield town and Burnley went fourth as they overcame an increasingly doomed Stoke City.
We're back tomorrow night with seven more games including Manchester City and Manchester United both in action.
But until then, it's goodbye.
Full time: Crystal Palace 2-1 Watford
GOAL! Crystal Palace 2-1 Watford (James McArthur)
Palace complete the turnaround as McArthur gets the winner. Watford led with 86 minutes on the clock with 11 men. Hows things have changed.
GOAL! Huddersfield 1-3 Chelsea (Laurent Depoitre)
The last kick of the game sees Depoitre head into the corner from a cross from the left.
GOAL! Crystal Palace 1-1 Watford (Bakary Sako)
Guilty of a few late slip up but Palace have drawn level. Can they get the winner?
RED CARD: Tom Cleverley (Watford)
Late hope for Palace as Watford go down to 10 men as Cleverley challenges Jeffrey Schlupp. Four minutes left for the hosts to take advantage of the numerical advantage.
Ashley Barnes celebrates sending Burnley fourth.
Full time: Burnley 1-0 Stoke
Burnley up to fourth in the Premier League as Ashley Barnes sends the Clarets into the Champions League places, though still with 21 games to play. Stoke meanwhile remain 15th.
Ampadu on for his Premier League debut for Chelsea as Andreas Christensen goes off. Nice moment for the youngster who has already played in the Carabao Cup twice this season.
GOAL! Burnley 1-0 Stoke (Ashley Barnes)
Depoitre on for Mounie is Huddersfield's final throw of the dice. But Chelsea are easing to victory and look more likely to get a fourth than concede at the other end.
Sums up Stoke's intentions.
Batshuayi on for Hazard. The Belgian's final contribution sees him flick the ball towards Pedro from an audacious angle, but the Spaniard sweeps wide.
Into the final 15 minutes at Turf Moor where it remains goalless. Burnley can go fourth tonight if they beat Stoke. Mark Hughes men stemming the flow so far.
Chance for Huddersfield. Mounie finally gets free and as Courtois comes out he goes to slip the Belgian who though he gets a touch on the ball it spirals into the air and needs Christensen to head it clear.
The boys in dark blue score a third at Huddersfield.
Hazard can't have long left in this game but he wants a goal to show for his slick display. He slaloms down the right and instead of cutting it back for Bakayoko or William is shoots from a tight angle and Lossl saves.
As we approach the time of year when there are boxes of Celebrations at every turn, there are so many Premier League sides where you really don't know what you're going to get. Add Chelsea to that list.
GOAL! Huddersfield 0-3 Chelsea (Pedro)
This game is done. Huddersfield again fail to get any pressure on the ball and when Willian touches back Alonso's cross, Pedro steers home. Forty minutes to make this a rout.
Willian celebrates doubling Chelsea's lead.
Back under way in west Yorkshire and south London.
Perhaps Chelsea haven't turned the corner just yet, but they have certainly moved on nicely from losing at West Ham. Huddersfield, the long trip and the inclement conditions could have made tonight tricky. But they have handled it well and without one or two of their big hitters.
We are under way in the second half at Turf Moor. Updates as and when they happen.
Half time: Crystal Palace 0-1 Watford
Marco Silva is a happy chap again. Darryl Janmaat has the Hornets ahead at the break....