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Premier League Sunday including Fulham v Everton and Liverpool v Tottenham - LIVE!

Follow the latest news and scores from today's two Premier League fixtures including Fulham v Everton and Liverpool v Tottenham.


Liverpool go top of the Premier League after thumping Tottenham 4-0 at Anfield. 
by Sam Dymond

  • GOAL! Fulham 1 Everton 3: There's no debate as to whether this was Steven Naismith's goal or not, and it's surely the strike that takes Everton that bit closer to fourth spot - and consigns Fulham to the Championship. Kevin Mirallas and Leighton Baines caused the home side all kinds of problems in the box as they kept the ball alive, and when the left-back poked it across to the unmarked Naismith, the substitute had no problem in sweeping the ball past Stockdale to make it 3-1.

    This man takes credit for a goal he did score. 

    3/30/2014 2:13:07 PM
  • Fulham 1 Everton 3: Not content with three goals and three points, Everton are pouring forward in injury time in search of more. The body language of both sets of players sums up the situation they each find themselves in; the buoyant Toffees are gunning for the Gunners in fourth spot, Fulham are desperately sinking towards a reunion with Brentford in the second tier.
    3/30/2014 2:21:51 PM
  • FULL TIME - Fulham 1 Everton 3:
    3/30/2014 2:22:01 PM
  • Both Liverpool and Tottenham make one change to the sides that last took to a Premier League pitch. Brendan Rodgers brings in Raheem Sterling for Joe Allen as he looks to build on the midweek home win against Sunderland while Tim Sherwood hands a start to last Sunday's match-winner, Gylfi Sigurdsson; the Icelandic international starts in place of Mousa Dembele.

    Liverpool: Mignolet, Johnson, Skrtel, Agger, Flanagan, Gerrard, Henderson, Coutinho, Sterling, Sturridge, Suarez

    Subs: Jones, Allen, Aspas, Sakho, Lucas, Cissokho, Moses

    Tottenham: Lloris, Naughton, Kaboul, Vertonghen, Rose, Bentaleb, Sigurdsson, Lennon, Chadli, Eriksen, Soldado

    Subs: Friedel, Dawson, Dembele, Sandro, Townsend, Winks, Kane

    Referee: Phil Dowd
    3/30/2014 2:25:07 PM
  • Liverpool 2 Tottenham 0: Tottenham have just enjoyed a prolonged period of possession which, while ultimately coming to nothing, was handy in reminding us who's playing further forward for Tim Sherwood's team. Aaron Lennon, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Christian Eriksen were all involved before Nabil Bentaleb fired a long range shot straight at Simon Mignolet.

    Five minutes to half-time at Anfield and Liverpool are thoroughly on top - just as they will be at six o'clock tonight.
    3/30/2014 3:40:18 PM
  • Liverpool 2 Tottenham 0: All the talk has been of Liverpool winding back the years, but they've just had a taste of the previous two seasons by clattering the woodwork when it looked easier to score. Luis Suarez put all his might behind a header from Raheem Sterling's cross, but Lloris managed to get a flailing finger tip to take it on to the bar before Bentaleb thumped it away. The chance yet again presented itself after some dilly-dallying in the Tottenham defence.

    Hugo Lloris tips Luis Suarez's header onto the crossbar. 

    3/30/2014 3:45:52 PM
  • Half-time - Liverpool 2 Tottenham 0:
    3/30/2014 3:47:28 PM
  • Liverpool 2 Tottenham 0: Liverpool have begun the second half with their usual attacking intent, and Philippe Coutinho tricks Gylfi Sigurdsson into a booking within 30 seconds of the restart. The Icelandic midfielder held the Brazilian back as he evaded him and tried feed a through ball for Jordan Henderson, forcing Phil Dowd to call back play and issue a yellow card.
    3/30/2014 4:08:30 PM
  • Liverpool 2 Tottenham 0: Raheem Sterling has recently said that he has matured both as a player and a man. While I can't comment on his off-the-field antics, the Liverpool youngster has yet again proved that he speaks the truth with regards to his performances on the pitch. After playing a neat one-two with Daniel Sturridge, Sterling showed great awareness to pick out the unmarked Henderson as he burst into the box. Unfortunately, the Liverpool midfielder ruined Sterling's good work by skying high into the Kop.
    3/30/2014 4:14:27 PM
  • GOAL! Liverpool 3 Tottenham 0: Liverpool will be top of the Premier League table tonight! Philippe Coutinho has just put a game, already dozing on the sofa, completely to bed. The Brazilian playmaker took control of the ball in midfield and, when no Tottenham player moved to close him down, advanced towards goal before firing low past Hugo Lloris from 25 yards, into the bottom left-hand corner of the net. Vintage Liverpool.

    Philippe Coutinho nets Liverpool's third of the afternoon. 

    3/30/2014 4:14:35 PM
  • Liverpool 4 Tottenham 0: The game enters injury time with Roberto Soldado stretchered off following a robust Martin Skrtel challenge, but hopefully that's just a precautionary measure. It's a sad end to another sorry day for Tottenham Hotspur, but they're not the first victim of this Liverpool side, and they won't be the last. Brendan Rodgers' team have been full of energy from the first minute and will take their deserved place at the top of the Premier League tonight. Manchester City, it's over to you.
    3/30/2014 4:51:18 PM
  • FULL TIME - Liverpool 4 Tottenham 0:
    3/30/2014 4:52:05 PM
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