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Premier League Saturday including Tottenham v Fulham, Cardiff v Stoke and Chelsea v Sunderland - LIVE!

Follow the latest news and scores from today's Premier League matches including Tottenham v Fulham, Aston Villa v Southampton, Cardiff v Stoke, Newcastle v Swansea, West Ham v Crystal Palace and Chelsea v Sunderland.

Bottom of the table Sunderland ended Jose Mourinho's unbeaten home record on Saturday. 
by Sam Dymond

  • Saturday’s results

    • Tottenham 3 (Paulinho 35', Kane 48', Kaboul 62') Fulham 1 (Sidwell 37') FT
    • Kane nets for third successive game and Lloris saves penalty as Fulham remain in the relegation zone
    • Aston Villa 0 Southampton 0 FT
    • Goalless draw moves Villa five points clear of the drop
    • Cardiff 1 (Whittingham 51') Stoke 1 (Arnautovic 45')
    • Both sides score from the spot as Bluebirds leapfrog Fulham in the table
    • Newcastle 1 (Sh. Ameobi 23') Swansea 2 (Bony 45', 90') FT
    • Bony's injury time penalty completes comeback and takes Swans six points clear of bottom three
    • West Ham 0 Crystal Palace 1 (Jedinak '59) FT
    • Jerdinak's second half spot-kick ensures Palace win fifth successive Premier League game
    • Chelsea 1 (Eto'o 12') Sunderland 2 (Wickham 18', Borini 82') FT
    • Late Borini penalty sees bottom of the table Black Cats end Mourinho's 77-game unbeaten home record as Chelsea manager
    4/19/2014 10:45:27 AM
  • Good afternoon and welcome to The Independent’s live coverage of today’s Premier League action – and following a week where the clouds have begun to part at the top, will this be the weekend when matters at the bottom become that little bit clearer?

    It all starts this lunchtime at White Hart Lane where Fulham will hope to continue their crawl through the sewers beneath Shawshank on their way to an escape that nobody envisaged a few weeks ago. Standing in their way, arms folded, looking mean and moody, are Tim Sherwood and Tottenham Hotspur.

    Any unexpected points for the Cottagers in North London could trigger a three o’clock scramble with Aston Villa, Cardiff and Swansea all taking to the field with their top-flight futures far from certain. The free-falling Villains host Southampton in the West Midlands, the Bluebirds welcome Stoke City to South Wales while the Swans head to Newcastle.

    Elsewhere this afternoon, there’s a mid-table all-London affair between West Ham and Crystal Palace, and nobody – especially fans of the Hammers and Eagles – would have ever thought those words would be written in 2014 without being preceded by the word ‘Championship.’

    Finally, this teatime, it’s the turn of bottom-of-the-table Sunderland, but with their need the greatest so is their task. Gus Poyet returns to Stamford Bridge in charge of the Black Cats, but he can forget any favours from his friends in West London because the Blues have the Premier League title in their sights. A home win would take Chelsea back to the summit, for the night at least.

    Stay with us for all the up-to-the-minute news and scores from around the grounds, and if you want to have your say on any of the day's events, then please tweet @sammydymond or email
    4/19/2014 10:42:34 AM
  • Gus Poyet isn’t the only man returning to an old stomping ground this weekend, and there will be wry smiles aplenty tomorrow afternoon when David Moyes and Marouane Fellaini walk back through the Goodison Park gates.

    Whether there will be redemption in their reunion remains to be seen but, in the meantime, we want to hear your favourite tales of players and managers coming up against their former clubs. Send your examples of returns that went either brilliantly well or hysterically wrong by emailing or tweeting @sammydymond.

    One of the happiest homecomings, of course, came in May 1995 when Kenny Dalglish returned to Anfield as manager of a Blackburn outfit on the brink of Premier League glory. Rovers needed a victory on the last day to ensure they were crowned champions, but ultimately fell to a 2-1 defeat thanks to Jamie Redknapp's last minute free-kick. However, due to Manchester United's inability to win at West Ham (at a time when United would have been favourites, you'll have to believe me, kids), the former Liverpool legend was still able to lift the trophy in front of the fans who still adored him - thus starting a trend of Daglish losing games at Anfield and still gaining plaudits that would recommence in 2011.

    And Daglish's captain that day...

    Tim Sherwood lifts the Premier League trophy for the first - and probably last - time.

    4/19/2014 10:42:42 AM
  • Tim Sherwood won't be getting his hands on the Premier League trophy this year, or indeed any other if his current managerial CV is anything to go by, but the Tottenham boss is a proud man and, although he's a certainty to be holding the door open for an expensive continental coach on his way out this summer, he will be eager to sign off with a flourish. Spurs have won just two of their last six games, conceding 15 goals, losing a North London derby and being thrashed by Chelsea and Liverpool in the process.

    Fulham, on the other hand, are in their best form of the season. Two victories on the bounce, and three in five may not be much, but it has been enough to bring the Cottagers back from the brink of away days at Middlesbrough and Doncaster. Another three points on a ground where they were successful last season will take them out of the relegation zone for the first time since January.

    Tottenham versus Fulham is live from White Hart Lane at 12:45.

    SW6 travel to N17 this lunchtime. 

    4/19/2014 10:42:49 AM
  • The teams are in from White Hart Lane, and Erik Lamela and Kostas Mitroglou both start fo...just kidding, football fans. Tottenham make a single change to the side that clawed their way back to draw at West Brom with Zeki Fryers replacing Vlad Chiriches in central defence; Moussa Dembele is back on the bench after his return from injury and could feature against his former club. Felix Magath makes a whopping five changes as Fulham chase a third straight win; Lewis Holtby is ineligible against his parent club and he joins Sascha Riether, Kieran Richardson, Mahamadou Diarra and Pajtim Kasami on the sidelines. John Arne Riise, William Kvist, Scott Parker, Alex Kacaniklic and Ashkan Dejagah plod their way into the Cottagers starting XI.

    Tottenham: Lloris, Naughton, Kaboul, Fryers, Rose, Lennon, Chadli, Paulinho, Eriksen, Adebayor, Kane

    Subs: Friedel, Chiriches, Bentaleb, Dembele, Sigurdsson, Townsend, Soldado

    Fulham: Stockdale, Heitinga, Amorebieta, Hangeland, Riise, Kvist, Sidwell, Parker, Dejagah, Rodallega, Kacaniklic

    Subs: Stekelenburg, Karagounis, Kasami, Zverotić, Roberts, Woodrow, Bent

    Referee: Lee Probert
    4/19/2014 10:42:52 AM
  • Glory, Glory Tottenham Hotspur is pumping out over the tanoy as the players take to the White Hart Lane pitch, but which side will be victorious this afternoon? We're moments away from finding out.
    4/19/2014 11:45:21 AM
  • Tottenham 0 Fulham 0: Tim Sherwood's defensive injury problems have been well documented this week, and the sight of Zeki Fryers limping inside the opening two minutes will be enough to have him ruefully shaking his head in the dugout. As will the sight of Fulham getting in behind the Tottenham backline twice in the opening exchanges. First, it was Alex Kacaniklic, who escaped down the right, cut inside Younes Kaboul, only to pull a shot the wrong side of the near post, and then it was the turn of Hugo Rodellega. The Columbian broke through the middle of the pitch, but his first time volley from just outside the area was as horribly miscued and off-target as the commentator's pronunciation of the striker's name pre-kick-off.
    4/19/2014 11:52:21 AM
  • Tottenham 0 Fulham 0: The first clear chance of the game has been and gone for Tottenham's Kaboul when the French centre-back headed over the crossbar from six yards after a corner on the right had only been partially cleared. It was a miss that was nearly punished within 60 seconds as Rodellega wrestled his way free in the penalty area at the other end, but his poke towards goal was turned away by the onrushing Hugo Lloris.

    Meanwhile, on the subject of managers returning to clubs, Southampton fan Ryan Lovejoy has written in to tell us that: "Former manager Alan Pardew always claimed to be up for games at St Mary's due to a rift with Nicola Cortese, but we've spanked him both times." Hmmm, a rift with Nicola Cortese? A rift with Alan Pardew? It's a shame anybody has to come out on top of this particular rivalry.
    4/19/2014 12:07:39 PM
  • Tottenham 0 Fulham 0: David Stockdale gained plenty of plaudits for his role in Fulham's home win against Norwich last weekend, and he may be in for more of the same if the Cottagers take anything away from this trip to North London. The visiting keeper has just made a fine one-handed stop to deny Aaron Lennon, tipping the Tottenham winger's mis-hit volley on to the post after his defence had made a catalogue of errors to present the chance to the hosts.
    4/19/2014 12:16:27 PM
  • GOAL! Tottenham 1 Fulham 0: The atmosphere among the home fans had just gone a little flat, but Paulinho has them on their feet with the day's opening goal! In truth, the Brazilian midfielder simply couldn't miss as he escaped Steve Sidwell to latch on to Christian Eriksen's drilled free-kick from the right flank and convert into an open goal from three yards out. Nevertheless, we're told they all count - except the ones inexplicably ruled out by Michael Jones - and it will be interesting to see how the relegation-threatened Cottagers react now...
    4/19/2014 12:19:54 PM
  • GOAL! Tottenham 1 Fulham 1: And that's how they react! Whether Fulham stay up or go down, one thing is certain and that's Steve Sidwell will be walking off with their player of the year award at the season's end. The midfielder has just shown his worth to the Cottagers by barging his way through the Tottenham defence to equalise. Having attempted a one-two with Kacaniklic on the edge of the box, Sidwell found himself through on goal, and showed wonderful composure to stay on his feet when alternative action could have been sought, and placed the ball into the right corner of Lloris' net.

    An eighth goal of the season for the Ginger Iniesta. 

    4/19/2014 12:21:47 PM
  • Half-time - Tottenham 1 Fulham 1:
    4/19/2014 12:32:29 PM
  • Tottenham 1 Fulham 1: The second half is underway, and the hosts will be hoping that their side show more steel in midfield for the remainder of the game. It's an area that Fulham dominated in the opening 45 minutes, and if there are any Tottenham supporters wondering whether Sandro could have been the man to make a difference this afternoon, then BT Sport's very own Sherlock Holmes, Jake Humphrey, may have uncovered some intriguing news...

    4/19/2014 12:49:48 PM
  • GOAL! Tottenham 2 Fulham 1: Maybe Tottenham don't need midfield steel when they have Aaron Lennon delivering crosses like that! The winger turned back on to his left foot after breaking down the right flank, and sent an excellent inswinging delivering into the box that Harry Kane just had to get his head to, and get his head to it he did. The cultured flick was enough cushion the ball past David Stockdale and restore the home side's lead.

    Fulham get the Kane. 

    4/19/2014 12:49:58 PM
  • Tottenham 2 Fulham 1: Hugo Lloris has denied Fulham another instant equaliser with a fantastic save! The goalkeeper flung himself high into the air to tip over Rodellega's bullet header after Ashkan Dejagah had sprinted down the left and sent over a pinpoint cross. Felix Magath's men haven't given up yet, and, once again, Tottenham are thankful to their French stopper.
    4/19/2014 12:59:55 PM
  • GOAL! Tottenham 3 Fulham 1: They may start to give up now though because more of the same has brought a third Tottenham goal! No side has conceded more goals from set-pieces than Fulham this season, and they have just let in a second in the past 45 minutes. Once again it was Christian Eriksen who sent the testing free-kick into the box, this time thumping the ball over from the left-hand side for Younes Kaboul to knee over the line from close range.

    The ball is in the net, but Kaboul isn't. 

    4/19/2014 1:03:46 PM
  • Tottenham 3 Fulham 1: With just under 20 minutes remaining at White Hart Lane, it looks unlikely that Fulham are going to get any points to aid their bid for survival, but perhaps more of a concern is the rate their players are dropping to injury in the run-in. Having made five changes for this encounter, they have seen Scott Parker depart having suffered a leg injury in the first half, and he's now been joined by Johnny Heitinga.
    4/19/2014 1:18:29 PM
  • MISSED PENALTY! Tottenham 3 Fulham 1: Steve Sidwell has missed a great chance to set up a thrilling final 15 minutes after his penalty kick was saved by Hugo Lloris. The Fulham midfielder went for power, but his strike was too close to the Tottenham keeper and the Frenchman was able to claw the ball away from goal. It's an unfortunate moment for Sidwell, who has again performed well and looked the most appropriate candidate to take the spotkick after Eriksen had flicked the ball away from Rodellega with his arm just inside the box. However, when your luck's out...

    4/19/2014 1:18:44 PM
  • Tottenham 3 Fulham 1: Tottenham have an opportunity to put some extra gloss on the scoreline in the final minute of the 90 but, with Christian Eriksen substituted, Roberto Soldado steps up and blazes a free-kick high into the White Hart Lane stands. Moments later, Fulham force Lloris into another smart save as he gets down low to tip Fernando Amorebieta's header away. The Frenchman has been the busier goalkeeper this afternoon, but the game has perhaps summed up the Cottagers season: not prolific enough in front of goal and unable to defend dead balls.
    4/19/2014 1:35:07 PM
  • FULL TIME - Tottenham 3 Fulham 1:
    4/19/2014 1:35:32 PM
  • That defeat for Fulham will have no doubt pricked the ears of Aston Villa, Swansea and Cardiff as they prepare to do battle with Southampton, Newcastle and Stoke respectively. Wins for the former two this afternoon would go a long way to preserving their Premier League status but both clubs know that it's not yet do or die; as far as the latter is concerned, however, you feel only three points will do if they are to survive. Meanwhile, two teams under no pressure whatsoever face-off at Upton Park, but it remains to be seen whether it's the beauty of Big Sam or Tony's total football that comes out on top both today, and at the season's end. The three o'clock fixtures kick-off in ten minutes.

    Prepare for tiki-taka at Upton Park. 

    4/19/2014 1:51:30 PM
  • Here's a reminder of how each side line up for this afternoon's four Premier League fixtures.

    Aston Villa v Southampton

    Aston Villa: Guzan, Bacuna, Vlaar, Baker, Bertrand, Albrighton, Westwood, Delph, El Ahmadi, Agbonlahor, Weimann

    Subs: Steer, Sylla, Tonev, Lowton, Clark, Holt, Robinson

    Southampton: Boruc, Clyne, Fonte, Lovren, Shaw, Wanyama, Schneiderlin, S. Davis, Ward-Prowse, Lallana, Lambert.

    Subs: Gazzaniga, Cork, Guly, Chambers, Hooiveld, Reed, Gallagher

    Referee: Lee Mason

    Cardiff v Stoke

    Cardiff: Marshall, Theophile-Catherine, Caulker, Cala, Fabio, Medel, Whittingham, Kim, Mutch, Daehli, Campbell

    Subs: Lewis, Turner, Jones, Eikrem, Gunnarsson, Zaha, John

    Stoke: Begovic, Cameron, Shawcross, Wilson, Pieters, Arnautovic, Nzonzi, Ireland, Whelan, Odemwingie, Crouch

    Subs: Sorensen, Muniesa, Adam, Palacios, Walters, Assaidi, Wilkinson

    Referee: Howard Webb

    Newcastle v Swansea

    Newcastle: Krul, Coloccini, Williamson, Dummett, Anita, Gosling, Tiote, Gouffran, De Jong, Cisse, Shola Ameobi

    Subs: Elliot, Debuchy, Haidara, Yanga-Mbiwa, S. Taylor, Armstrong, Remy

    Swansea: Vorm, Rangel, Amat, Williams, Davies, Britton, Shelvey, De Guzman, Routledge, Hernandez, Bony

    Subs: Tremmel, Taylor, Bartley, Fulton, Dyer, Emnes, Ngog

    Referee: Chris Foy

    West Ham v Crystal Palace

    West Ham: Adrian, Reid, McCartney, Nolan, Tomkins, Jarvis, Armero, Carroll, Noble, Diame, Downing

    Subs: Taylor, O'Brien, Jaaskelainen, C. Cole, J. Cole, Johnson, Nocerino

    Crystal Palace: Speroni, Mariappa, Dann, Delaney, Ward, Digkacoi, Jedinak, Puncheon, Ledley, Bolasie, Jerome

    Subs: Hennessey, Gabbidon, Parr, Guedioura, Ince, Gayle, Murray

    Referee: Martin Atkinson

    4/19/2014 1:56:01 PM
  • Newcastle 0 Swansea 0: There's not much to laugh about when you're embroiled in a relegation battle, but Swansea supporters can afford an early chuckle at St James' Park after Jonjo Shelvey's shot rebounds off Fabricio Coloccini and cannons straight into the face of referee Chris Foy. If they are to go down, at least the Swans will have these memories.
    4/19/2014 2:07:01 PM
  • Cardiff 0 Stoke 0: There could have been Welsh smiles in the opening minutes at the Cardiff City Stadium too, but Jordan Mutch's effort from ten yards out was comfortably dealt with by Stoke goalkeeper Asmir Begovic. Nevertheless, it's been a confident start from the 19th placed Bluebirds.

    Meanwhile, and back on the theme of the day, Paul McAllister has written to tell us that a player's return to a club isn't simply successful or unsuccessful. Sometimes it can be both: "QPR legend Kevin Gallen scored after eight minutes for Huddersfield on his return to Loftus Road, but then missed a late penalty that would've won the Terriers the game." A mixed bag from Gallen there, who must have removed his magic hat at the interval.
    4/19/2014 2:11:09 PM
  • Aston Villa 0 Southampton 0: So often we see a side slide into the relegation mire late in the season, and this year's likeliest candidate appears to be Aston Villa, who have lost their last four and this week saw two members of staff suspended from duty. Gabriel Agbonlahor could have momentarily halted the plummet as he broke through on goal, but the striker took too long when bearing down on Artur Boruc, and Jose Fonte got back to clear the danger.
    4/19/2014 2:16:11 PM
  • West Ham 0 Crystal Palace: It's a sombre day at Upton Park following the tragic and untimely death of West Ham's 20-year-old striker Dylan Tombides yesterday following a battle with cancer, and both sets of supporters showed their respect with a minute's applause prior to kick-off.

    On the pitch, there's been little goalmouth action so far, but Andy Carroll has been busy proving his presence all over the pitch; he went close with a header from Kevin Nolan's cross at one end, before keeping out Kagisho Dikgacoi's effort with his legs at the other.
    4/19/2014 2:24:52 PM
  • GOAL! Newcastle 1 Swansea 0: You know you're in trouble when you've won one game in nine, Swansea City! You know you're in trouble when there are reports of in-fighting at the club, Swansea City! And you know you're in trouble when you let Shola Ameobi net against you, Swansea City! Goalscoring has never been one of the Newcastle striker's greatest attributes, but using his strength to cause problems for defences has been, and he's done just that at St James' Park. The Nigerian got up well to win a header, and when his strike partner, Luke de Jong, held the ball up, Ameobi bundled his way into the box, found a yard of space, and fired low past Michel Vorm to give Newcastle the lead.

    Do not adjust your sets. 

    4/19/2014 2:25:02 PM
  • The greatest Easter resurrection since you know who.

    4/19/2014 2:31:36 PM
  • Newcastle 1 Swansea 0: An early enforced change at St James' Park, but it's for neither Newcastle or Swansea. Chris Foy has been unable to recover having taken an early ball in the face, and he departs with a suspected broken nose. Anthony Taylor is the new man in charge and makes an immediate impression by booking Dan Gosling for a foul.

    Back on the subject of players coming back to haunt their former clubs and Pete Maitland has written in to say: "Clive Allen was signed by Arsenal and never played a game. Once sold he couldn't stop scoring against them, be it for Crystal Palace, Queens Park Rangers or Tottenham Hotspur." I'm unable to confirm the exact facts and figures of Allen's goalscoring against the Gunners, but I did give him as a correct answer in the final round of yesterday's Pointless. However, I didn't get the recognition I deserved, which makes me the Yaya Toure of daytime quiz shows.
    4/19/2014 2:39:10 PM
  • The Independent's Martin Hardy is beginning to wonder whether there's something in the water in the north-east...

    ...and where can he get some.
    4/19/2014 2:40:43 PM
  • Cardiff 0 Stoke 0: Are these the fine margins that will be the difference between relegation and survival? Asmir Begovic has just pulled off an incredible stop to deny Cardiff a first half lead, tipping Peter Whittingham's 25-yard humdinger of a free-kick on to the post and away for a corner.
    4/19/2014 2:47:11 PM
  • GOAL! Newcastle 1 Swansea 1: A huge goal for Swansea City! It appeared that they would be going into the break a goal behind, but Wilfried Bony has come to their rescue yet again in first half stoppage time. The Swans won a corner on the right, and when Ben Davies sent it into the box, the Ivorian arrived at the near post to glance the ball past a static home defence and into the far corner to equalise.
    4/19/2014 2:47:21 PM
  • Half-time - West Ham 0 Crystal Palace 0:
    4/19/2014 2:47:47 PM
  • PENALTY! GOAL! Cardiff 0 Stoke 1: What a wonderful minute for Swansea City supporters! Seconds after seeing their own side equalise at Newcastle, their fierce rivals have now fallen behind in their crunch home game with Stoke. There was more than a hint of controversy about it, however, as former Bluebird Peter Odemwingie went to ground in the box under pressure from Kim Bo-Jyung. After a long, dramatic pause for reflection, Howard Webb awarded the visitors a penalty, which Marco Arnautovic slammed down the middle of the goal to break the deadlock in first half injury time. The Cardiff City Stadium will not be a happy place when the half-time whistle is blown.

    Sort of penalty. 

    4/19/2014 2:48:20 PM
  • Half-time - Newcastle 1 Stoke 1:
    4/19/2014 2:48:46 PM
  • Half-time - Cardiff 0 Stoke 1: Booooooooooooooooooo!!!!
    4/19/2014 2:49:28 PM
  • Half-time - Aston Villa 0 Southampton 0:

    Didn't the Aston Villa groundsman ever watch Ghostbusters? 

    4/19/2014 2:49:42 PM
  • PENALTY! GOAL! Cardiff 1 Stoke 1: It didn't take long for Howard Webb to even matters up at the Cardiff City Stadium, and it's a daft move from Steven N'Zonzi to offer up such an obvious opportunity for the referee to atone for his first half decision. Frazier Campbell nicked the ball past the Stoke midfielder in the box, and the Frenchman flicked a careless boot out to bring him down. It was another pregnant pause from the official before giving the decision that sent the home fans delirious. Peter Whittingham stepped up, and fired a left-footed strike past Begovic and into the middle of the net.
    4/19/2014 3:09:24 PM
  • DISALLOWED GOAL! Cardiff 1 Stoke 1: Cardiff thought they had grabbed a vital lead, but their boisterous celebrations have been cut short! The Bluebirds have been pouring forward since their equaliser, and after a bit of pinball wizard as the ball darted between Steven Caulker's foot, Begovic's backside and the near post, Juan Cala nodded over the line. However, the linesman put an end to the partying with a flag up for offside, and television replays show that he was absolutely right.
    4/19/2014 3:16:28 PM
  • PENALTY! GOAL! West Ham 0 Crystal Palace 1: Crystal Palace are on their way to a fifth straight Premier League win. Let's just say that again, Crystal Palace are on their way to a fifth straight Premier League win. They've taken the lead at Upton Park from the penalty spot after Martin Atkinson adjudged that Pablo Aremero had tripped Cameron Jerome. Mike Jerdinak did the honours for the Eagles, emphatically thumping the ball past Adrian and into the top corner of the net. Crystal Palace are on their way to a fifth straight Premier League win.

    The Eagles are feeling glad all over Upton Park. 

    4/19/2014 3:16:41 PM
  • Aston Villa 0 Southampton 0: Little to report from Villa Park in the second half, but that may suit the home side if it ends their run of defeats and inches them closer to safety. They'll want to see out the final quarter of an hour without living dangerously, but Ryan Bertrand didn't receive that memo. The on-loan left-back thrusts an arm out in the box to block Nathaniel Clyne's cross, but Lee Mason says no to Southampton's penalty appeals.

    It doesn’t happen often in British football, but there are those times when players make the move to a hated rival. We’ve had an email to remind us of one particularly infamous occasion involving a player with the initials M.J. - Henry Milward takes up the story: “Cambridge United fans still fondly talk about the time Marc Joseph returned to the Abbey Stadium with Peterborough, and wildly celebrated scoring by goading the home fans only to belatedly see his goal disallowed for offside.” Lovely stuff. What? Who’s Mo Johnston?
    4/19/2014 3:37:36 PM
  • Cardiff 1 Stoke 1: That disallowed goal earlier in the half seems to have knocked the stuffing out of Cardiff, and with just a few minutes remaining there appears to be nothing left for the home side to give. The pressure all seems to be too much for Jordan Mutch, who attempts to hurl a long throw into the box with both feet off the floor, and gives Howard Webb little option that to make the lesser-seen signal for a foul throw.
    4/19/2014 3:50:38 PM
  • PENALTY! GOAL! Newcastle 1 Swansea 2: If there's something strange at your football club, who you gonna call!? Newcastle United seems to be the sensible answer to that question these days. The Toon Army have gone a long way to preserving Swansea's Premier League status by gifting them a penalty kick in injury time. The Swans broke at a pace not befitting the previous 91 gruelling minutes of football, and when Marvin Emnes teased his way left and right inside the box, Cheick Tiote stuck out a clumsy leg to bring the forward crashed to the ground. Wilfried Bony took responsibility, and fired the winning goal past Tim Krul to send the travelling Swans fans in the St James' Park heavens wild.

    4/19/2014 3:50:51 PM
  • FULL TIME - Aston Villa 0 Southampton 0:
    4/19/2014 3:51:28 PM
  • FULL TIME - West Ham 0 Crystal Palace 1:

    4/19/2014 3:52:48 PM
  • FULL TIME - Newcastle 1 Swansea 2:
    4/19/2014 3:52:56 PM
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