Full time: Manchester United 4-1 Aston Villa

Full time: Crystal Palace 1-0 Chelsea

Full time: Southampton 4-0 Newcastle United

Full time: Stoke City 1-0 Hull City

Full time: Swansea City 3-0 Norwich City

Full time: West Bromwich Albion 3-3 Cardiff City

Full time: Arsenal 1-1 Manchester City

Arsenal v Manchester City

19:24: Manchester City miss the chance to go top of the Premier League after being held to a 1-1 draw by Arsenal, whose title chances are now hanging by a thread. David Silva first half goal threatened to spark a comfortable win but Mathieu Flamini's leveller capped a much improved second half display from the Gunners.

City go above Liverpool on goal difference and trail leaders Chelsea by two points with two games in hand, while Arsenal are five points adrift. Liverpool can go top with victory at Tottenham hotspur and now have the title in their own hands. What an end to the season in prospect.

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Full time: Arsenal 1-1 Manchester City

19:15: Less than five minutes left for either Arsenal or City to find a winner and in all honesty it looks more likely to come from the home side. City have be lathargic in the second half and not really looked like adding to their lead. Yaya Sanogo on for Arsenal.

19:08: Olivier Giroud shoots wide after getting past Martin Demichelis. Oxlade-Chamberlain on for Arsenal now with 11 minutes left. Tad caucious from Wenger that.

19:05: Arsenal living dangerously again. Mountains of City possession ends when the ball is flicked through to Dzeko and when he can't gather the ball in Yaya Toure attempts to round Szczesny but his shot is saved before Dzeko's effort is put behind.

18:57: Decent last quarter in store here and essentially both teams need a second goal in order to boost their title chances. James Milner on for Jesus Navas for City. Wonder how long before we see Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain for Arsenal?

18:50: Arsenal should be ahead. Cazorla's pass deflects through to Lukas Podolski who goes for precision over pace and Joe Hart's back leg sees the ball go agonisingly wide. Totally different game this now.

18:47: Suddenly this game has turned on its head and Arsenal are now setting the pace. Sagna's low cross almost sees Demichelis turn the ball into his own net and the Emirates is rocking. Good test of both sides' title credentials here.

18:44: Szcesney pushes the ball against Mertesacker and is fortunate not to see the ball nestle in his own net. Arsenal though take full advantage of their reprieve and equalise immediately. Gibbs' cross sees Fernandinho slip and Flamini of all people finds the corner.

Goal: Arsenal 1-1 Manchester City (Mathieu Flamini)

18:34: Second half under way at the Emirates.

18:18: David Silva's goal seperates the two sides but in truth there is signficant daylight between these two. Arsenal crashing the burning in the title race as things stand. Manchester City are meanwhile going top.

Half time: Arsenal 0-1 Manchester City

18:07: Arsenal scrapping for an equaliser even if they aren't exerting much quality so far. Lukas Podolski's cross is put behind by Martin Demichelis. The resulting corner however comes to nothing.

17:53: Ball in the net for Arsenal but the flag is up. Gibbs' cross from the left finds Flamini of all people and he slides the ball home but the city defence caught the Frenchman offside and the visitors' lead remains intact.

17:51: City have been slick in the early moments at the Emirates and they have a deserved lead inside 18 minutes. Silva feeds Dzeko in the area and when the Bosnian hits the post the Spaniard reacts first to side-foot into the corner.

Goal: Arsenal 0-1 Manchester City (David Silva)

17:44: First incident of note for Mike Dean to rule on and Tomas Rosicky is adament he should have a penalty. Cazorla feeds him in the left channel of the penalty area and he goes down under contact from Zabaleta but the referee waves away the appeals.

17:40: Kieran Gibbs doesn't stand a chance against the deluge of Manchester City attacks down the right-hand side. So far Arsenal are dealing with Pablo Zabaleta's threat but not sure how long this can go on for.

17:37: No doubt that with City having two games in hand after this, this game is much bigger for Arsenal, whose title ambitious would surely be extinguished if they lose today. City have begun the better and threaten from an early counter-attack but Dzeko can't get his shot away.

17:31: Under way at the Emirates.

17:28: These two teams shared nine goals in the meeting at the Etihad Stadium earlier in the season and we could be in for another goalfest at the Emirates Stadium. Both teams on their way.

17:18: Jose Mourinho is deploying mind games by the dozen after Chelsea's defeat at Crystal Palace. The Portuguese boss says his side are out of the title race after John Terry's own goal led to an unlikely loss at Selhurst Park. It's a good attempt of piling the pressure on both Arsenal and Manchester City, for whom a win is crucial in the evening kick-off.

17:14: Teams:

Arsenal v Manchester City

Arsenal: Szczesny, Sagna, Mertesacker, Vermaelen, Gibbs, Arteta, Rosicky, Flamini, Cazorla, Podolski, Giroud

Manchester City: Hart, Zabaleta, Kompany, Demichelis, Clichy, Fernandinho, Toure, Navas, Silva, Nasri, Dzeko.

17:12: Fear not if you're worried if that is the end of the drama, we've got Arsenal against Manchester City to come in a meeting with has extra signficance after Chelsea's defeat at Crystal Palace. Build-up and teams to come.

17:01: Goodness me what a finish in the Premier League! Two goals in stoppage time at The Hawthorns where Cardiff City have recovered from 2-0 and 3-2 down to grab a draw and keep their survival hopes alive against Pepe Mel's West Brom.

The main headlines come from Selhurst Park where Crystal Palace have hung on to beat leaders Chelsea. Manchester City can go top with a win at Arsenal, who have also been given a lifeline in the title race.

Elsewhere, comfortable wins for Southampton and Swansea at home to Newcastle United and Norwich City respectivfully while Stoke grabbed a narrow win over Hull.

Full time: West Bromwich Albion 3-3 Cardiff City

Goal: West Bromwich Albion 3-3 Cardiff City (Mats Daehli)

Full time: Stoke City 1-0 Hull City

Goal: West Bromwich Albion 3-2 Cardiff City (Koulossa Thievy)

Full time: Southampton 4-0 Newcastle United

Full time: Crystal Palace 1-0 Chelsea

Full time: Swansea City 3-0 Norwich City

16:49: Saints add a fourth goal as Jay Rodriguez get in behind, has time is cut back on his right foot and fire past Rob Elliot. Too easy for Southampton against a rotton Newcastle.

Goal: Southampton 4-0 Newcastle United (Jay Rodriguez)

16:45: Was that the chance for Chelsea? Torres intercepts an O'Keefe backpass but skys his effort over the bar. What a let off for Crystal Palace.

16:41: Without wanting to sound like a broken record, Palace have spurned another golden chance. Jerome feeds Joe Ledley but he can only lash it wide. Tony Pulis is seeking a first win over Chelsea for Palace since 1990 but my goodness aren't his side making it hard for themselves.

16:37: Again a chance for Palace and will they live to regret these? A sweeping move from the hosts sees Joel Ward dance through three players and ball comes through to Jason Puncheon who beats Cesar Azpilicueta but Cech holds his near-post shot.

Goal: West Bromwich Albion 2-2 Cardiff City (Steven Caulker)

Goal: Swansea City 3-0 Norwich City (Wayne Routledge)

16:32: Julian Speroni keeps Palace ahead, but who knows how. Hazard goes clean through but is denied by a sprawling save from the Eagles stopper. Torres can't rap his foot around the rebound. Cameron Jerome misses the chance to perhaps put the game beyond doubt but hits the post. Amazing stuff at Selhurst.

16:30: The cherry on the icing on the cake.Jack Cork wins the ball in the Newcastle half and Southampton have four on four. Lallana doesn't need any of team-mates however and rifles the ball into the roof of the net from 25 yards. Tremendous goal.

Goal: Southampton 3-0 Newcastle United (Adam Lallana)

16:24: Some controversy at St Mary's and some tasty tackles going in. Papiss Cisse is perhaps fortunate not to be sent off for a tackle on Callum Chambers and now Moussa Sissoko escaps punishment after a late lunge on Luke Shaw.

16:20: The Eagles a genuine threat on the break now as Chelsea pile forward and Jason Puncheon almost doubles the lead after being put in by Cameron Jerome but he only shoots wide of Petr Cech's goal.

Goal: Stoke City 1-0 Hull City (Peter Odemwingie)

16:17: Oscar on for Chelsea at half-time and now Mohamed Salah. It's been all the visitors since the goal as Palace look to hold onto their vital win. Still over half an hur to go however.

16:11: Palace ahead against the Premier League leaders Chelsea. The cross from the left is into the near post where Joe Ledley is but John Terry gets the wrong side and heads into his own net. Speroni keeps the lead intact with a superb save from Hazard.

Goal: Crystal Palace 1-0 Chelsea (John Terry own goal)

16:08: We're watching one of the most one-sided games in the Premier League this season. Lallana breaks in behind Newcaslte, cuts back inside and crosses towards Rickie Lambert is lurking and he controls the ball and pokes beyond Rob Elliot. Newcastle hopless.

Goal: Southampton 2-0 Newcastle United (Rickie Lambert)

16:06: Newcastle continue on the back-foot against Southampton and Rickie Lambert causes more problems and Haidara is forced to nod the ball away.

16:03: Right almost ready to re-start in the Premier League. Second half's on the way.

15:50: So half time across the country in the Premier League. Palace holding Chelsea and Hull drawing at stoke but Swansea, West Brom and Southampton all heading for wins. Entertainment sprinkled across the afternoon.

15:48: The Saints finally go ahead. Rickie Lambert escapes in behind as Newcastle fail to spring the offside trap and Lambter squares the ball for Jay Rodgriez who taps into an almost empty net.

Goal: Southampton 1-0 Newcastle United (Jay Rodriguez)

15:43: The pressure keeps coming from Southampton at St Mary's. Rob Elliot saves again this time from Jay Rodriguez. Just the 13 attempts on goal from the Saints in the first half and still 0-0.

Goal: Swansea City 2-0 Norwich City (Jonathan de Guzman)

Goal: West Bromwich Albion 2-1 Cardiff City (Jordan Mutch)

15:33: Palace now well on top at Selhurst. Successive penalty appeals against Gary Cahill are turned down and now John Terry is booked for a dilberate handball. The eventual free-kick is saved by Cech after Jedinak's strike.

Goal: Swansea City 1-0 Norwich City (Jonathan de Guzman)

15:27: First effort of any note from Crystal Palace. Yannick Bolasie picks the ball up mid-way inside the Chelsea half but he drags his effort wide. Poor effort. Now from Puncheon's cross the winger can only find the side-netting.

15:22: More chances for Southampton and Lallana and Dejan Lovren go off-target tieh six yard headers. Chelsea want a penalty at Selhurst Park as Fernando Torres is barged over by Adrian Mariappa in the box but Lee Mason waves away the appeals.

15:19: Chelsea might not get better chance all afternoon. Azpilicueta is played in on the left side of the penalty area and his cross across the face of goals finds Andre Schurrle and Joel Ward interepts the past at the last moment. A goal-kick is given but the Palace defender prevents a certain goal.

15:16: Southampton continue to knock on the door and Rob Elliot comes to Newcastle's rescue again. Lambert is slid in by Steven Davis and the Toon stopper comes out to make an oustanding stop from close range.

15:14: Rob Elliot plays ahead of the injured Tim Krul for Newcastle today and he makes a terrific save to keep out Rodriguez's header and pushes out sufficiently to deny Adam Lallana from the follow-up.

Goal: West Bromwich Albion 2-0 Cardiff City (Graham Dorrans)

15:10: Our main focus will be on the games at Selhurst Park and St Mary's but neither has begun with much excitement. Sorry.

Goal: West Bromwich Albion 1-0 Cardiff City (Morgan Amalfitano)

15:01: Under way in the Premier League across the country. Could be a cracking afternoon.

14:49: So big win for United but the drama doesn't stop there. We have five 3pm kick-offs to come including leaders Chelsea and relegation threatened Crystal Palace and the battle for 8th as Southampton host Newcastle United, who welcome back manager Alan Pardew albeit only to the stands.

14:36: Could this be the watershed moment in David Moyes' Manchester United career? It's been the most rounded performance of his spell in charge on a day where the supporters have firmly backed their manager. Aston Villa played their part with the opening goal and a host of missed chances afterwards but there remains no doubt that United deserved the three points.

Full time: Manchester United 4-1 Aston Villa

Goal: Manchester United 4-1 Aston Villa (Javier Hernandez)

14:32: This game is petering out somewhat as United cruise to victory in what is a moral boosting win ahead of the visit of Bayern on Tuesday. Less than two minutes plus stoppage time left.

14:21: Fair to say Villa have gone quiet since the third Unted goal but they miss another opportunity to get back into the game as Benteke misses a volley from eight yards as Michael Carrick and David de Gea leave it to each other.

14:18: That was Rooney's final opportunity to claim a treble this afternoon and is replaced by Javier Hernandez. Big job for him on Tuesday night against Bayern.

14:15: Wayne Rooney should have put the result beyond doubt, and claimed his hat-trick. The England international latches onto a ball over the top, shows great control and balance to get the ball onto his right foot but Guzan makes the point blank save.

14:10: Adnan Januzaj on to help United extend this lead. Villa want a penalty and they have a good case and Benteke gets round Vidic and the United captain claws away at the Belgian before he goes down.

14:02: Aston Villa punished for those two missed chances and Manchester United put daylight between themselves and the visitord. Villa can't clear from a United attack and after Marouane Fellaini brigns the ball down, Mata tucks the ball away right-footed. Moyes' two big money signings combine and Mata gets his first United goal.

Goal: Manchester United 3-1 Aston Villa (Juan Mata)

13:57: The chances keep coming for Villa. Albrighton crosses from the byline and Benteke gets above Vidic and can only head over the bar. Great opportunity.

13:53: What a chance for Villa! Benteke is picked out brilliantly by Westwood and the Belgian is in behind and but after taking the ball down on his chest misses his kick from less than six yards and United somehow survive.

13:48: Changes for Manchester United at the start of the second half. Michael Carrick on for Rafael, with Phil Jones going to right back. Under way in the second half.

Half time: Manchester United 2-1 Aston Villa

13:31: United ahead in the first minute of added time in the first half. Kagawa plays a clever ball through to Mata and Bacuna is adjudged to have fouled the Spaniard. Wayne Rooney steps up and smashes the ball into the corner.

Goal: Manchester United 2-1 Aston Villa (Wayne Rooney)

Penalty to Manchester United

13:28: Approaching half-time and it's fair to say a plane carrying a banner has caused more discussion than the game itself. Very poor game with neither finding any momentum. The break can't come soon enough.

13:21: Ron Vlaar twice comes to Aston Villa's rescue. First he brushes off Wayne Rooney after a foot race between the two on the edge of the penalty area before his header prevents Mata finding Kagawa clean through.

13:10: Odd game this one. For so long played second fiddle to a plane in the sky and two goals have come almost from nothing. Not much free-flowing football coming from either Manchester United or Aston Villa. Wouldn't leave it for a second however.

13:07: The first effort of note from Manchester United and they level. Shinji Kagawa crosses and Wayne Rooney guides a header past a despairing Brad Guzan.

Goal: Manchester United 1-1 Aston Villa (Wayne Rooney)

13:02: David de Gea had no chance with the free-kick but the Spaniard almost gifts Villa a second as he clears right against Gabriel Agbonlahor but the ball goes out of play. Let off for United but now another set-piece for the visitors after Buttner is booked for fouling Albrighton. Hardly an ideal start for David Moyes this and Ciaran Clark heads over from the free-kick.

12:58: First moment of action and it comes from Villa. Agbonlahor fouled by Rafael as he attempts to drive into the penalty area. Ashley Westwood over it and he curls it beyond David de gea. Tremendous hit.

Goal: Manchester United 0-1 Aston Villa (Ashley Westwood)

12:50: On the pitch, it's a slow start it must be said from both sides. Villa enjoying a bit more possession but in some ways given their prowess on the break, United might prefer to soak up a bit of pressure.

12:47: The plane has been spotted and there are clearly boos rinding around Old Trafford. A vote of confidence for David Moyes I would say.

12:46: Under way at Old Trafford.

12:42: Old Trafford get to their feet to applaud David Moyes to the dugout, who comes out of the tunnel before the players which is somewhat unusal. Perhaps to get an shot of the pre-match plane. Players are out now, and kick-off is moments away.

12:32: David Moyes is refusing to be distracted by the pre-game protest against his Manchester United tenure but the reception to the chartered plane inside Old Trafford will be a signficant indicator as to his standing within the walls of the club.

12:25: Villa are a 7-1 shot at Old Trafford this afternoon and that appears to be a very good price against a United side who have lost seven times on their own turf this season. That's a Premier League record for the champions and another loss this lunchtime could mean David Moyes won't survive for the visit of Champions League holders Bayern Munich on Tuesday. Today, United fans will express their dismay before kick-off with a banner stating 'Wrong One - Moyes Out'. Very bold and possibly very naive. Either way, it has created headlines.

12:18: Let's ignore the elephant in the room just for a moment and concentrate on Aston Villa. A win for them puts them all but safe of relegation. Having beaten Chelsea at home, Paul Lambert's side were swept aside by Stoke City last weekend. They're not the only side arriving to Old Trafford with some uncertainty hanging over them.

12:15: Teams:

Manchester United v Aston Villa

Manchester United: De Gea, Da Silva, Jones, Vidic, Buttner, Fellaini, Fletcher, Kagawa, Mata, Young, Rooney

Aston Villa: Guzan, Bacuna, Vlaar, Clark, Bertrand, Albrighton, Westwood, Delph, Weimann, Benteke, Agbonlaho

12:10: Another pivotal weekend in the Premier League at both ends of the table. Scores to be settled at the top and the bottom ending with Arsenal hosting Manchester City in a thrilling title duel. First, we're to Old Trafford where David Moyes faces a backlash from Manchester United fans, who will before and during the visit of Aston Villla fly a plane over the stadium asking for the 50 year old's sacking. At some stage, there will be some football. More on that as we get it

Manchester City miss the chance to go top of the Premier League after being held to a 1-1 draw by Arsenal, whose title chances are now hanging by a thread. David Silva first half goal threatened to spark a comfortable win but Mathieu Flamini's leveller capped a much improved second half display from the Gunners.

City go above Liverpool on goal difference and trail leaders Chelsea by two points with two games in hand, while Arsenal are five points adrift. Liverpool can go top with victory at Tottenham hotspur and now have the title in their own hands. What an end to the season in prospect.

To find out if Liverpool can go top of the Premier League return to IBTimes UK tomorrow for full coverage from Anfield. Until then, goodbye.