All the top-flight hapennings of the day, as Chelsea go 13 points clear at the top of the Premier League, brought to you by FourFourTwo
West Brom 3-1 Arsenal
Arsenal’s top-four hopes suffered another major hit as West Brom took all three points at The Hawthorns.
Craig Dawson put Tony Pulis’ side ahead after 12minutes, nodding home their first corner of the match. Arsenal weren’t behind for long, though - 165 seconds, to be exact. Alexis Sanchez - unmarked in the area - had time to pick his spot and rifle past Ben Foster to level.
Arsene Wenger’s men went behind again in the early stages of the second half when Hal Robson-Kanu scored just 75 seconds after replacing Salomon Rondon. The Welshman poking home Nacer Chadli’s chipped through ball.
Dawson wrapped up proceedings, his second of the game coming from another corner to make it 3-1.
Arsenal managed as many shots on target as protest planes flew over the ground (two… yes, really) and this result will do nothing to ease the pressure on the Premier League's longest-serving manager.
Goals: Dawson (12', 75'), Robson-Kanu; Sanchez (15')
Crystal Palace 1-0 Watford
A Troy Deeney own-goal was the difference between the two sides at Selhurst Park.
The Watford captain was stretching trying to clear the ball from a Yohan Cabaye free-kick but could only glance the ball in off the post beyond Heurelho Gomes.
A big win for Palace that takes them four clear of the relegation zone.
Goals: Deeney (OG) 68’
Everton 4-0 Hull
Everton maintained their late-season push for a top-four spot with a comfortable win over relegation-threatened Hull City.
Two of the Toffees' up and coming talents combined to open the scoring, Tom Davies crossing for Dominic Calvert-Lewin to tap home.
Soon after Hull midfielder Tom Huddlestone was shown a controversial straight red for clattering into Idrissa Gueye, Everton scored their second; substitute Enner Valencia with a fine finish just moments after coming off the bench.
Romelu Lukaku added the third and fourth to round-off the scoring, becoming the first player since Gary Lineker in 1985-86 to score 20+ league goals in a season for Everton.
A sixth successive Premier League home win for Everton sees them level on points with Arsenal
Goals: Calvert-Lewin 9’, Valencia 78’, Lukaku 91’, 94'.
Stoke 1-2 Chelsea
A far from routine afternoon for champions-elect Chelsea at the Bet365, though they do head back to Stamford Bridge with all three points.
Willian put them ahead with a cheeky free-kick, spotting a gap at the near post. Lee Grant made an absolute hash of it, fumbling the ball over his own line.
The equaliser came from the penalty spot. Jonathan Walters, adjudged to have been fouled by Gary Cahill, stepped up to slam the penalty high to Courtois's right.
Cahill made up for conceding the penalty, popping up with the winner in the 87th minute to send Chelsea 13 points clear at the top of the table.
Goals: Walters (p) 38’; Willian 13’, Cahill 87'.