Aston Villa 1-3 Everton

Bournemouth 2-0 Southampton

Leicester City 2-2 West Bromwich Albion

Norwich City 1-2 Chelsea

Sunderland 2-2 Crystal Palace

Craig Gardner
Gardner curled home a stunning free-kick to draw West Brom level. Getty Images

Well that was another eventful evening in the Premier League. The headlines come from the King Power Stadium where Leicester have dropped two points in the title race after being held 2-2 by West Brom. Tottenham can go top if they beat West while Arsenal and Manchester City can all also make up ground.

Elsewhere, it is all about the bottom where Aston Villa have lost again, 3-0 to Everton, while Sunderland needed a late Fabio Borini goal to draw with Crystal Palace. Norwich were beaten by Chelsea, who are into the top half for the first time since August and Bournemouth pulled further clear of safety after overcoming Southampton.

We are back with full coverage of the remaining five matches in the Premier League this mid-week tomorrow, but until then goodbye.


Full time at the Vitality Stadium, Villa Park and the Stadium of Light. A goal-laden evening in the Premier League.


Courtois makes a fine save from a Norwich corner to keep the Blues ahead. Klose now lashes over from 20 yards. Full time at Carrow Road.


Leonardo Ulloa could have made it two from two. Mahrez's header back comes his way but he can't make contact and West Brom survive. Full time at the King Power Stadium.


Diego Costa misses the chance to put the game to bed. Norwich have five added minutes to find a winner.


Goal: Sunderland 2-2 Crystal Palace (Fabio Borini)


Three added minutes at the King Power Stadium. Free-kick to Leicester...


Yellow card for Claudio Yacob and that is his 10th booking of the season, and he will miss West Brom's last two games. More pressing however is defending the point they currently have from leaders Leicester, who need another moment of inspiration to get all three points.


Ben Foster makes a fine save to keep out Wes Morgan, who reacted first after the ball bounced off Jonas Olsson. Can Leicester get another late winner?


Goal: Bournemouth 2-0 Southampton (Benik Afobe)


Goal: Aston Villa 1-3 Everton (Rudy Gestede)


Eleven minutes left for Leicester to find a winner and go five points clear at the top again. Demarai Gray is their final change as Claudio Ranieri rolls the dice.


Jamie Vardy with another fine contribution as Leicester continue to press. The England man turns another lost cause into a chance as he chases a long ball, dispossesses McAuley and scampers clear before Foster keeps him out.


Goal: Norwich 1-2 Chelsea (Nathan Redmond)

Chelsea have been poor at the start of this second half and they are punished as Norwich give themselves a lifeline. Redmond is played in, in the right-hand channel of the penalty area and he lashes beyond Courtois. Game on with a quarter of the game remaining.


Goal: Sunderland 1-2 Crystal Palace (Connor Wickham)


Not sure how West Brom are not back in front. The Baggies recycle a cleared corner and Fletches lashes the ball in where Rondon can only sky his effort, while leaning back, over the bar.


Jeffrey Schlupp on for Leicester and he almost gives the hosts the lead but his deflected shot goes straight into the arms of Foster.


Goal: Aston Villa 0-3 Everton (Romelu Lukaku)


Goal: Sunderland 1-1 Crystal Palace (Connor Wickham)


Leicester come again and they're almost ahead for a second time. Albrighton has been very lively this evening and his cross is met by Okazaki but it crashes off the crossbar.


Norwich should really halve the deficit. Martin heads a cross from the right back across goal but Jerome misses the target inexplicably.


Goal: Leicester 2-2 West Brom (Craig Gardner)

The Baggies are level and it is a cracking free-kick from Craig Gardner. Mahrez handles around 25 yards out and Garduiner curls over the ball and beyond a motionless Schmeichel.


Back under way in four of our five game tonight. The game at Bournemouth will run about five minutes behind.


The second half at the Vitality Stadium will be delayed while a replacement for fourth official Kevin Friend is found. The official collided with the Southampton bench and is being treated for a head wound.