A busy schedule saw four 3pm games, with Liverpool’s crisis getting far worse in defeat at Brighton, Wolves beating a West Ham team still struggling, Leicester losing to rivals Nottingham Forest and relegation candidates Everton throwing a lead away at home to Southampton in a bitter six-pointer. Brentford later beat Bournemouth to extend their unbeaten run to seven matches.
Sunday's two early games were intriguing encounters as struggling Chelsea got a much-needed win against London rivals Crystal Palace and Newcastle pipped Fulham at the same time to continue their Champions League push after penalty drama.
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