# Barclays Premier League

This year
# video review
Referee chiefs to investigate linesman's clash with Liverpool's Andy Robertson
Constantine Hatzidakis appeared to elbow the Liverpool defender in an incident which happened after the half-time whistle was blown.
# mind the gap
Arsenal let two-goal lead slip as title hopes are dented by draw at Liverpool
Roberto Firmino grabbed a late equaliser for the Reds, who also missed a penalty.
# Drawing Board
Newcastle's dip in form continues with fifth draw in last six league games
Miguel Almiron’s strike earned Newcastle a draw at Bournemouth.
Last year
# wolf pack
Connor Ronan makes Premier League debut in Wolves' defeat to Brighton
Pascal Gross was Brighton’s hero with the winner in a 3-2 victory at Molineux.
# Summer Time
Leeds come from 3-1 down to win seven-goal thriller against Bournemouth
There was drama at the City Ground as well as Nottingham Forest nicked a draw against Brentford with 96th-minute OG.
# Look on the Bright side
Brilliant Brighton put four past Chelsea to end Potter's unbeaten start
Win was Roberto de Zerbi’s first as Brighton boss – and the club’s first against Chelsea since 1933.
# Call it a Comeback
Bernardo Silva rescues Man City from defeat in six-goal thriller with Newcastle
Newcastle forced to settle for a share of the spoils having led Manchester City 3-1.
# Sacked
Burnley sack Sean Dyche ahead of Premier League relegation run-in
Dyche was the longest-serving manager in the Premier League.
# Two for Joy
Newcastle beat Brentford to boost survival bid, Villa down Brighton
It was honours even at Selhurst Park where Crystal Palace drew 1-1 with Burnley.
# exit interview
Benitez: 'We didn’t only have to get results, but we also had to win over people’s hearts'
Wayne Rooney is among the early candidates to replace Benitez, alongside Duncan Ferguson, Roberto Martinez and Frank Lampard.
All time
# Good One Fred
Fred strike gets Manchester United's Rangnick Era off to a winning start
Fred struck 13 minutes from time to give United a 1-0 win against Crystal Palace.
# Wheels Come Off
Manchester United sack manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Michael Carrick will take charge on a temporary basis while United begin the process of appointing an interim manager until the end of the season.
# Covid-19
Eddie Howe to miss first game as Newcastle manager after positive Covid test
Jason Tindall and Graeme Jones will lead the side against Brentford on Saturday.
# Howe-ay the lads!
Newcastle confirm appointment of Eddie Howe as new boss
The 43-year-old former Bournemouth boss watched Saturday’s draw at Brighton.
# heroes and villians
Adam Armstrong strikes as Southampton pile pressure on Villa boss Dean Smith
Villa have not collected a single point since winning at Manchester United on 25 September.
# Super Schlupp
Schlupp haunts former club as Palace come from two goals down to deny Leicester
The Eagles battled back to earn a point at Selhurst Park.
# Happy Travels
Manchester United complete unbeaten away league campaign with victory at Wolves
United have matched a feat only previously achieved in the English top-flight by Preston in 1888-89 and Arsenal in 2001-02 and 2003-04.
# that's a wrap
West Ham secure Europa League place in style, Arsenal miss out, Willock scores for seventh game in a row
David McGoldrick scored the game’s only goal as Sheffield United finished their dismal season with a win.
# On the telly
Premier League set to renew existing TV deal with Sky, BT and Amazon until 2025
Financial Times reports that a three-year rollover of the current €5.8 billion deal is imminent.
# Wolves at the door
Wolves hit back to beat Brighton after Lewis Dunk’s red card
Dunk’s second-half red card allowed Wolves to recover and claim a late win.
# Two for Joy
Supersub Saint-Maximin inspires Newcastle to huge win at Burnley
Saint-Maximin set up Jacob Murphy for an equaliser before scoring a goal that lifted the Magpies six points clear of danger.
# Mo-mentum
Mo Salah on the double as Liverpool see off West Ham
After six scoreless league games, Salah moves clear at the top of the Premier League charts with his 14th and 15th of the season.
# First Tuch
Tuchel secures first win as Chelsea boss with victory over Burnley
The Blues moved up to seventh in the table courtesy of just a third win in 10 league matches.
# Toffees Come Unstuck
Premier League leaders Everton suffer first defeat of the season against Southampton
James Ward-Prowse and Che Adams fired the Saints to victory at St Mary’s.
# Saints and Winners
Djenepo and Romeu on the scoresheet as Southampton beat West Brom
Goalkeeper Sam Johnstone impressed for West Brom but Southampton were able to take all three points.
Chelsea v Liverpool, Premier League
Liverpool made it two wins from two with a comfortable victory at Stamford Bridge. Catch up on all of the action here.
# unstuck
Walcott breaks Villa hearts with 87th-minute equaliser for Everton
Dean Smith’s side are still three points from safety with only two games remaining.
# play to the whistle
Premier League halves could be shorter than 45 minutes, says PFA boss
‘We don’t know the future,’ says Gordon Taylor.
# European Push
Diogo Jota scores fifth goal in 72 hours as Wolves ease to Norwich win
Adam Idah was an unused sub for the visitors in Molineux.
# red hot
Fernandes impresses as Man United brush aside Watford to go fifth
United close to within three points of Chelsea in the race for fourth.
# Seven Up
Resurgent Everton beat Palace to make it 17 points out of 24 under Ancelotti
Toffees move up to seventh with 3-1 win.
# The One Pope
Pope saves Vardy penalty to help struggling Burnley to big win over Leicester
Ashley Westwood’s winner ends Burnley’s run of four straight league defeats.
Arsenal v Manchester United, Premier League
We had live minute-by-minute coverage as Arsenal hoped to kickstart the Arteta era against their old rivals.
# Survivor Series
Brighton boost hopes of Premier League survival with precious point against Newcastle
Pascal Gross’s header earned Brighton a 1-1 draw at home to Newcastle.
# top of the league
Guardiola: 'Maybe we will die in the road, but we are trying'
Pep points to Liverpool’s Old Trafford trip as a potentially significant moment in title race.
# Gunners
Another defensive blow for Arsenal as Bellerin ruled out for the rest of the season
Ruptured ACL could keep the Spaniard out for up to nine months.
Manchester City v Liverpool, Premier League
We followed Thursday night’s mouthwatering showdown at the Etihad Stadium.
# make or break
Silva admits Man City's title challenge may be over if they lose to Liverpool
‘The pressure is a little bit more on us because if we don’t win, it will be very difficult to go after them.’
# new leaf
Spurs brush past Cardiff to move within six points of Liverpool
Pochettino’s side move back up to second place — for the next 48 hours at least.
# gun show
Arsenal bounce back from Liverpool defeat with comfortable win against Fulham
Arsenal are now two points off the Champions League places, having played a game more than Chelsea.