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Premier League Wednesday including Chelsea v West Ham and Tottenham v Manchester City - LIVE!

Follow the latest news and scores from tonight's Premier League matches including Aston Villa v West Brom, Chelsea v West Ham, Sunderland v Stoke and Tottenham v Manchester City.


Manchester City hit Tottenham for five and go top of the Premier League
by Sam Dymond

  • Aston Villa 3 West Brom 2: It should have been four for Villa! The Albion defence is at sixes, sevens, eights and nines as the Villa number 20, Bacuna, dances his way through on goal, but his shot is deflected just the wrong side of the post by Foster's foot.
    1/29/2014 8:28:19 PM
  • GOAL! Aston Villa 3 West Brom 3: Oh for crying out loud! It's 3-3 at Villa Park! Football is such a simple game at times, and West Brom have just shown that with some slick passing that ended with James Morrison putting a delightful ball through for Youssouf Mulumbu. The midfielder was calmness personified as he side footed past Guzan to equalise. Astonishing, ridiculous stuff in the West Midlands.
    1/29/2014 8:28:51 PM
  • Chelsea 0 West Ham 0: The hosts nearly take the lead as the first half approaches its end, but John Terry's downward header from a corner was kept out by the feet of Adrian. Moments later, the West Ham keeper needed to be alert once more to deny Samuel Eto'o's turn and shot at the near post.
    1/29/2014 8:34:00 PM
  • Half-time - Tottenham 0 Manchester City 1:
    1/29/2014 8:34:11 PM
  • Half-time - Aston Villa 3 West Brom 3:
    1/29/2014 8:34:20 PM
  • Half-time - Chelsea 0 West Ham 0:
    1/29/2014 8:34:30 PM
  • Half-time - Sunderland 1 Stoke 0:
    1/29/2014 8:35:11 PM
  • Leandro Bacuna, winner of the most ridiculous goal of the season award.

    1/29/2014 8:39:46 PM
  • Some season ticket holders don't see this many goals all campaign...


    1/29/2014 8:45:45 PM
  • Sunderland's Adam Johnson embraces an attractive Italian after scoring his side's opening goal this evening.

    1/29/2014 8:47:48 PM
  • The second halves are underway...
    1/29/2014 8:49:32 PM
  • Tottenham 0 Manchester City 0: Spurs have made an enforced change at the start of the second half with Etienne Capoue replacing the injured Mousa Dembele, and the French midfielder is immediately lucky to escape a card of some colour after clawing his foot down David Silva.

    Manchester City, meanwhile, had to make a switch of their own at the end of the first 45 minutes when goalscorer Sergio Aguero picked up a knock. The lesser seen Stevan Jovetic is on in his place.
    1/29/2014 8:52:54 PM
  • PENALTY! RED CARD! GOAL! Tottenham 0 Manchester City 2: Manchester City have a great chance at the start of the second half. Edin Dzeko escaped through on goal, only for Danny Rose to lunge in from behind. Andre Marriner wasn't interested initially, but the linesman signalled for a spot-kick, and after protestations all round, the referee produced a red card for the professional foul.

    Yaya Toure makes no mistake from 12 yards, placing the ball low to Lloris' left. That should be that for City.
    1/29/2014 8:53:15 PM
  • RED CARD! Sunderland 1 Stoke 0: Stoke are targetting Lee Cattermole this window, but there's no need when they have a walking yellow card of their own in Steven N'Zonzi. The midfielder has just picked up his second of the night, but in fairness there appeared little contact with Jozy Altidore as he bore down on goal. Nevertheless, Stoke will have to complete this game with ten men.
    1/29/2014 8:57:58 PM
  • GOAL! Tottenham 0 Manchester City 3: Another six goals anyone? City have a second in three minutes and their third of the night. The visitors broke on Tottenham, immediately using the extra man to their advantage, and after David Silva's shot had been cleared off the line, Edin Dzeko was in the right place to sweep the ball into the net.
    1/29/2014 8:58:09 PM
  • GOAL! Tottenham 1 Manchester City 3: Consolation or lifeline? Spurs have a goal back after City failed to deal with Eriksen's corner from the right. Dawson couldn't connect as the ball fell loose, but substitute Etienne Capoue could, and the midfielder lashed his effort past Joe Hart via the hand of Pablo Zabaleta on the line.
    1/29/2014 9:03:51 PM
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