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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.

BT Sport understand that Kevin Friend either fainted or tripped, but collided with the Southampton dugout and is said be bleeding . St John's Ambulance are currently treating him but it is important to note that he is conscious.

Concerning moment just before half time at the Vitality Stadium where fourth official Kevin Friend has collapsed. Mike Dean took the players off immediately and we wait to see if he will re-emerge for the second period.

Goal: Norwich 0-2 Chelsea (Diego Costa)

Norwich have good reason to feel hard done by after the first half. Diego Costa escapes in behind and finishes well, but he is a good two yards offside when he goes through. It is not even close to be honest. Harsh on the hosts.

Goal: Leicester 2-1 West Brom (Andy King)

The Foxes into the lead at the end of the first half. Mahrez with the most audacious of back-heels and King finishes well. Leicester so far passing a big test of their title credentials.

Goal: Aston Villa 0-2 Everton (Aaron Lennon)

Thibaut Courtois very fortunate to escape conceding a indirect free-kick inside his own penalty area as Gary Cahill clearly passed the ball back to the Belgian. The injustice is almost rubbed in from a Norwich point of view and Fabregas floats a free-kick to the back post and Ruddy does well to claw it away at the last minute.

Jamie Vardy smashes the cross bar with a clattering header from a Mahrez cross. It has been all Leicester since West Brom took the lead.

Goal: Sunderland 1-0 Crystal Palace (Dame N'Doye)

Stephane Sessegnon in trouble with the officials after complaining over an over-the-top challenge from Fuchs. He gets a yellow card from Mark Clattenburg for his troubles, but the Leicester defender get away without punishment.

Goal: Bournemouth 1-0 Southampton (Steve Cook)

Goal: Leicester 1-1 West Brom (Danny Drinkwater)

Every team needs a slice of luck if they're to win the title and Leicester may have just had theirs. Danny Drinkwater takes aim from 25 yards and it hits Jonas Olsson and loops over Ben Foster.

Ryhad Mahez leading the charge for Leicester, who are searching for an equaliser. His cross comes through to Vardy but Foster makes an easy save.

Kenedy's first Chelsea goal was timed at 39 seconds and is the quickest in the Premier League this season. It was a hell of a strike too.

Norwich keep pressing and they almost level again through Jerome, who is becoming continually elusive tonight. Hoolahan crosses from the left and the ex-Birmingham man heads towards the near [post but onto the roof of the net.

Goal: Leicester 0-1 West Brom (Salomon Rondon)

The Premier League leaders are behind. Darren Fletcher plays a fine ball in behind and Rondon gets in front of Wes Morgan and gets there before Schmeichel to loft into the net. Big test for Ranieri's men now.

In fairness to Norwich, they have lied down and allowed Chelsea to dominate here and they could so easily be level. Redmond tees up Jonny Howson and his goal-bound effort hits Cameron Jerome and goes behind

Goal: Aston Villa 0-1 Everton (Ramiro Funes Mori)

Goal: Norwich 0-1 Chelsea (Kenedy)

Chelsea hit the front inside a minute at Carrow Road. Fabregas feeds Kenedy, who cuts inside and on his second Blues start he drives goalwards and beyond John ruddy. Problems for the relegation-threatened hosts.

Under way across the country.

Teams out around the country and we're almost ready to go. Five games in the Premier League tonight, without our focus on events at Norwich and Leicester. Updates on the way.

Three of the bottom four are in action tonight in the Premier League including Sunderland who have won one of their last six. They host a Crystal Palace team who have not won a league game since December, despite their run to the FA Cup quarter-finals. Alan Pardew has been attempting to rouse his players this week and will be looking for a response to conceding three times in the first half against West Brom.

With Villa facing relegation, the subtext from an Everton point of view is supplied by the recent purchase of 49.9% of the club from an Iranian investor. The pressure to succeed is really on Roberto Martinez now and a top half finish must be considered to be the bare minimum so a squad which on the whole has under-achieved this term.

One game we have not mentioned so far this evening comes from Villa Park where Remi Garde's rock bottom side hosting Everton. Brad Guzan returns for the home side for the first time since January.

So how significant was that win for Leicester against Norwich on Saturday? Leonardo Ulloa scored the late winner after the Foxes survived a few scares before taking all three points. Tonight be could equally as difficult against a West Brom side who thrilled in the first half against Crystal Palace, with their main man Saido Berahino returning to something like his best. Another tense night at the King Power Stadium in prospect.

Around 40 minutes until kick-off so time to look at how our coverage will look tonight. Our main focus is on matters at both ends of the table. Leaders Leicester take on West Brom while Norwich host Chelsea. We'll keep across the other three matches with all the goals and significant incident when it happens of course.

Some interesting returnees across the Premier League, none more so than at Bournemouth where they welcome back Max Gradel from the start for the first time since tearing knee ligaments in August.

For Crystal Palace, who face Sunderland have Yannick Bolasie back from the start for the first time since December.

Quick roundup of the team news from across the country. Chelsea name Alexandre Pato on the bench for the first time and he could make his debut at Norwich tonight. Wes Hoolahan makes it for the Canaries.

Andy King comes in for Leicester City in place for N'Kolo Kante. James Chester is selected a left-back in place of the injured Chris Brunt in the only change from the win over Crystal Palace.

Team news:

Leicester: Schmeichel; Simpson, Huth, Morgan (c), Fuchs; Mahrez, King, Drinkwater, Albrighton; Okazaki, Vardy.

West Brom: Foster; Olsson, Chester, Yacob, Gardner, Berahino, McAuley, Fletcher, Dawson, Sessegnon, Rondon.

Team news:

Norwich: Ruddy; Bennett, Martin, Klose; Pinto, Tettey, Howson, Brady; Redmond, Hoolahan, Jerome.

Chelsea: Courtois; Azpilicueta, Cahill, Ivanovic, Kenedy; Fabregas, Matic; Hazard, Oscar, Traore; Costa

To the King Power Stadium now where Leicester host West Brom.

Midfielder N'Kolo Kante is out for the next two game with a hamstring injury but Danny Simpson is available again after suspension.

Chris Brunt went off against Palace with knee trouble and is not involved and both Jonny Evanns and James Morrison are doubts with hamstring injuries.

Teams are on the way in the next few minutes but until then let's have a look at how the sides will line-up in our featured games; starting with Norwich vs Chelsea.

Sebastien Bassong, Wes Hoolahan and Andre Wisdom are all set to miss out through injury for the hosts, while Patrick Bamford in ineligible to face his former club.

Hamstring injuries mean John Terry and Pedro are unavailable but striker Alexandre Pato could be involved for Chelsea for the first time since his January loan move from Corinthians.

It is on nights such as these where Premier League titles are won and lost. Leicester City can go five points clear again, at the top if they can overcome West Brom tonight. The Foxes were nervy in beating Norwich but can Claudio Ranieri's side produce another moment of magic? Chelsea know a thing or two about winning the league and their resurgence will be tested again by a Norwich City side in free-fall. Elsewhere, their is a south coast derby between Bournemouth and Southampton while Sunderland will look to drag Crystal Palace into the relegation mire. All the team news is on the way.