There are pivotal games taking place at both ends of the Premier League table on Saturday, and you can follow all the action live here.
Brighton v Manchester United
Scorers: Caicedo 15′.
Brighton took the lead against United in the 15th minute courtesy of a powerful drilled shot from 25-yards out by Moisés Caicedo which snuck in past David De Gea at his near post.
More to follow …
Watford relegated to The Championship
Scorers: Zaha (pen) 30′.
Watford have been relegated to The Championship after one season back in the top flight.
Roy Hodgson’s side needing a win against his former club to stand any chance of survival but their fate was sealed courtesy of Wilfried Zaha’s first-half penalty.
Hassane Kamara handled in the box giving Zaha the chance to dispatch from the spot after sending Ben Foster the wrong way.
Kamara’s day went from bad to worse when he was sent off in the second half after receiving a second yellow card.
Palace move into the top half of the Premier League.
Wolves’ late comeback stuns Chelsea
Scorers: Lukaku (pen) 55′, 58′; Trincão 79′, Coady 90+7.
Conor Coady scored a dramatic 97th-minute equaliser as Wolves produced a remarkable comeback from two goals down to earn a point at Stamford Bridge.
Romelu Lukaku had earlier ended a four-month goal drought to give Chelsea a commanding lead in front of new owner Todd Boehly.
The Belgian grabbed his first from the penalty spot, sending José Sá the wrong way after being fouled by Romain Saiss.
Three minutes later he completed his brace, being played in by Christian Pulisic before slotting the ball into the bottom corner from the edge of the box.
But the turnaround was to follow as Francisco Trincão smashed a left-footed pile driver into the top corner from 20 yards out 11 minutes from time.
Trincão then saw another shot trickle just wide of the far post from close range courtesy of a crucial block by Thiago Silva.
Then came the dramatic moment as Coady headed home Chiquinho’s cross from six yards out to salvage a draw from the jaws of defeat.
Chelsea now four points ahead of Arsenal in third place and six ahead of fifth-placed Tottenham.
Burnley’s survival hopes take hit
Scorers: Cornet 90+1; Ings 7′, Buendia 31′, Watkins 52′.
Burnley’s Premier League survival hopes were dealt a huge blow after they were comfortably beaten by Aston Villa.
Old Burnley boy Danny Ings fired Villa ahead in the seventh minute after he was playing through on goal by Emí Buendia before taking a touch and slotting the ball past Nick Pope from close range.
Buendia then turned from provider to goalscorer after being found by Lucas Digne’s cutback and seeing his shot take a deflection on its way in.
Things went from bad to worse at the start of the second half for Mike Jackson’s side as Ollie Watkins headed home John McGinn’s cross after a counter-attack to make it three for the visitors.
Maxwell Cornet pulled one back late on but it proved to be only a consolation.
Burnley remain in 16th and two points above the drop zone.
Impressive Bees keep on buzzing
Scorers: Jansson 13′, Wissa 14′, Ajer 79′.
Brentford made it six wins out of their last nine games with an impressive performance over Southampton.
The Bees scored two goals in two minutes to take control of the clash in the first half.
First, captain Pontus Jansson got on to the end of Ivan Toney’s ball across goal to convert from close range before Yoane Wissa curled a well-taken effort inside the far post from 20 yards out.
Kristoffer Ajer sealed the three points with a remarkable goal after he danced through two Southampton defenders before slotting the ball through Fraser Forster’s legs.
Thomas Frank’s side move above Newcastle into 12th while The Saints remain in 15th and are not officially safe just yet.
Still to come
Arsenal v Leeds
Leicester City v Everton
Norwich City v West Ham
Manchester City v Newcastle United