2015-16 Premier League
12.45 BST: Norwich 0-1 Manchester United
Full-time: Sunderland 3-2 Chelsea
Full-time: Aston Villa 0-0 Newcastle
Full-time: Bournemouth 1-1 West Brom
Full-time: Crystal Palace 2-1 Stoke
Full-time: West Ham 1-4 Swansea
17.30 BST: Leicester vs Everton
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And what a shocking collapse from West Ham, thumped by a Swansea team that showed six changes from the side who beat Liverpool last weekend. That result leaves them sixth, five points behind fourth-place Manchester City. Bilic will be seething.
"We are staying up" is the chant that rings around the Stadium of Light. An extraordinary display of guts and courage from Sunderland, who record their first home win over Chelsea in 16 years to leapfrog Newcastle and out of the relegation zone.
But what an opportunity missed for the Magpies. They would have been very confident of continuing their recent resurgence against a team already condemned to the drop in Villa but failed to gather any momentum and now sit one point behind their fiercest rivals, who could confirm their Premier League status for another year with a game in hand at home to Everton in midweek.
The table now makes grim reading for Norwich, who are four points adrift of safety but are also in action on Wednesday against Watford. Newcastle host Tottenham on the final day.
Sunderland 3-2 Chelsea
Aston Villa 0-0 Newcastle
Bournemouth 1-1 West Brom
Crystal Palace 2-1 Stoke
West Ham 1-4 Swansea
A final deflected effort from Traore is easily held by Mannone. The final whistle blows.
That should be it for Chelsea's hopes of a point. Terry commits to a rash challenge on Khazri and is shown a second yellow card that will rule him out of the final two games of the season. A disappointing end to his long tenure with the club.
Red card: John Terry (Chelsea)
Goal: West Ham 1-4 Swansea (Bafetimbi Gomis)
Traore steps inside Van Aanholt and produces a tame low cross to the near post that is quickly smothered by Mannone. Borini then sends an ambitious shot miles wide, much to the annoyance of Allardyce.
O'Shea concedes a free-kick in a dangerous position by coming through the back of Costa. Fabregas looks to test Mannone but his effort hits the wall and Matic cannot keep the attack alive.
Groans around the Stadium of Light as the fourth official's board shows a minimum of five minutes additional time. Can they hold on?
Terry is booked for a clear foul on Defoe. M'Vila and Kaboul stand over the free-kick, only for the latter to see a powerful drive blocked by Fabregas after being shown a yellow card for complaining about the Spaniard's lack of distance.
Substitute Larsson also has his name taken for halting Chelsea's attempts at launching a swift counter attack.
Bertrand Traore comes on for Chelsea, replacing Mikel. Hiddink has no more changes left to make, which rather raises more questions regarding the pointlessness of Pato's inclusion.
Goal: Bournemouth 1-1 West Brom (Matt Ritchie)
Hiddink hooks Willian and throws on fellow Brazilian Oscar in search of an equaliser. Just over 10 minutes plus stoppage time left to play.
We should mention that Allardyce made his final change in that aftermath of that third goal, withdrawing Cattermole and introducing Sebastian Larsson.
Clever movement from Costa to draw a foul from Younes Kaboul on the edge of Sunderland's box. Willian flights a free-kick on goal that is tipped over by the fingertips of Mannone.
Ivanovic has been replaced by Baba Rahman.
Goal: West Ham 1-3 Swansea (Diafra Sakho)
Goal: Crystal Palace 2-1 Stoke (Dwight Gayle)
What a thrilling contest this is and what a huge goal that could be in the context of Sunderland's bid to avoid a first return to the Championship since 2007. It's great play from Tottenham loanee Yedlin, who easily skips beyond his marker before seeing a cross deflected by John Obi Mikel into the path of Defoe.
The former England striker takes an excellent first touch before rifling home. Dramatic scenes at the Stadium of Light.
Goal: Sunderland 3-2 Chelsea (Jermain Defoe)
Jubilation on Wearside as Sunderland equalise once more. After seeing an initial cross cleared by Azpilicueta, Patrick van Aanholt pulls the ball back for Borini on the edge of the penalty area. He takes one touch and produces a low right-footed shot that takes a slight deflection off Terry's inside leg before squirming past Courtois.
Chelsea wanted the ball to be kicked out of play in order for Ivanovic to receive treatment.
Goal: Sunderland 2-2 Chelsea (Fabio Borini)
A second roll of the dice from Allardyce now. Duncan Watmore runs on in place of Kirchhoff.
Ironic cheers from the away supporters greet a wild slice from Cattermole that flies well over the crossbar after Khazri's corner was punched away from danger by Courtois.