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A Black Lives Matter and NHS logo is seen on a officials uniform during a Premier League match (Getty Images)

A comprehensive wrap of all the kick-off times, results and match reports for this weekend's English Premiership:

SATURDAY, 27 FEBRUARY  

Man City 2-1 West Ham

Manchester City's centre-backs Ruben Dias and John Stones both struck as the Premier League leaders beat West Ham. - MATCH REPORT

West Brom 1-0 Brighton

West Brom enlivened the battle to beat the drop with a controversial win over Brighton in which the Seagulls missed two penalties.

Leeds United 0-1 Aston Villa

Anwar El Ghazi struck the only goal of the game in the 5th minute as Aston Villa beat Leeds to be in 9th position in the league standings.

Newcastle 1-1 Wolves

Newcastle were held to a draw at St. James Park as Ruben Neves scored for Wolves in the 73rd minute to cancel out Isaac Hayden's 19 minute opener.

SUNDAY, 28 FEBRUARY

Crystal Palace 0-0 Fulham

Scott Parker's Fulham missed the chance to move within a point of safety as they were held to a goalless draw at Selhurst Park.

Leicester City 1-3 Arsenal

Arsenal came from behind to beat Leicester as David Luiz, Alexandre Lacazette and Nicolas Pepe scored in an impressive win - MATCH REPORT

Tottenham 4-0 Burnley

Gareth Bale struck twice and provided an assist as Spurs swept aside Burnley in a dominant display at home. - MATCH REPORT

Chelsea 0-0 Man United

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer fumed as Man United were denied a penalty in a controversial goallessdraw to drop further behind Man City. - MATCH REPORT

Sheffield United 0-2 Liverpool

Liverpool snapped a four-game Premier League losing streak as Curtis Jones and a Kean Bryan own goal earned a win.- MATCH REPORT

MONDAY, 1 MARCH

Everton 1-0 Southampton

Everton boosted their bid to earn a top-four finish as Richarlison sealed a win against struggling Southampton. - MATCH REPORT

TUESDAY, 2 MARCH 

Man City 4-1 Wolves

Manchester City equalled their club record of 28 games unbeaten, hammering Wolverhampton Wanderers to open up a gaping 15-point lead at the top of the Premier League. - MATCH REPORT

WEDNESDAY, 3 MARCH

Burnley 1-1 Leicester City  

Leicester City came from a goal down to grab a draw at Burnley but Brendan Rodgers men will be watching the chasing pack behind them as the battle for Champions League places. - MATCH REPORT

Sheffield United 1-0 Aston Villa  

10-man Sheffield United claimed a much needed win thanks to a David McGoldrick goal against Aston Villa. They are still rooted to the bottom of the table whie Aston Villa are 9th. - MATCH REPORT

Crystal Palace 0-0 Man United

Manchester United drew another blank to hamper their chances of a return to next season's Champions League after a dismal 0-0 draw at a foggy Selhurst Park. - MATCH REPORT

THURSDAY, 4 MARCH

West Brom 0-1 Everton

Fulham 0-1 Tottenham  

Dele Alli delivered on his first Premier League start since the opening day of the season as Tottenham edged out Fulham, while Everton moved into the top four as they were also 1-0 winners at West Brom. - MATCH REPORT

Liverpool 0-1 Chelsea

Liverpool slumped to a fifth consecutive home league defeat for the first time in their history as Mason Mount's strike moved Chelsea into the Premier League's top four with a win at Anfield. - MATCH REPORT

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Fixtures
Fri 16 Apr 21 21:00 PM (SAST)
Everton
Tottenham Hotspur
Goodison Park
Sat 17 Apr 21 02:00 AM (SAST)
Southampton
Crystal Palace
St. Mary's Stadium
Sat 17 Apr 21 13:30 PM (SAST)
Newcastle United
West Ham United
St. James' Park
Results
Mon 12 Apr 21
Brighton & Hove Albion 0
Everton 0
Mon 12 Apr 21
West Bromwich Albion 3
Southampton 0
Sun 11 Apr 21
Sheffield United 0
Arsenal 3
Logs
Team
P
W
PTS
1. Manchester City
32
23
74
2. Manchester United
31
18
63
3. Leicester City
31
17
56
4. West Ham United
31
16
55