Premier League LIVE SCORES: Man City and Leicester LEAD, Arsenal and Tottenham LATEST – stream FREE, TV, updates

Premier League LIVE SCORES: Man City and Leicester LEAD, Arsenal and Tottenham LATEST – stream FREE, TV, updates

May 24, 2021

AFTER a tough season, the Premier League comes to a dramatic conclusion today with all 20 clubs in action.

Refresh your page for the latest live scores and follow all the action with our live blog below…

  • TV channel/Live stream free: Arsenal 0-0 Brighton – Sky Sports Arena
  • Aston Villa 0-0 Chelsea – Sky Sports Action
  • Fulham 0-0 Newcastle – Sky Sports Mix (FREE to Sky customers)
  • Leeds 1-0 West Brom – BT Sport 2 (FREE to ee customers)
  • Leicester 1-0 Tottenham – Sky Sports Football
  • Liverpool 0-0 Crystal Palace – Sky Sports Main Event
  • Man City 2-0 Everton – Sky Sports Premier League
  • Sheffield Utd 0-0 Burnley – BT Sport 3 (FREE to ee customers)
  • West Ham 0-0 Southampton – Sky One (FREE to Sky customers)
  • Wolves 0-1 Man Utd (FREE to ee customers)

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  • Sam Dymond

    GOAL!
    MAN CITY 2-0 EVERTON

    14. City double their lead in double quick time.

    Gabriel Jesus loves playing against Everton, it's his eighth goal against them. The Brazilian hasn't scored as many goals against any other club.

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    GOAL!
    WOLVES 0-1 MAN UTD

    13. No sooner had one Manchester club had taken the lead, so too has the other – and it's a first goal for 19-year-old Anthony Elanga.

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    GOAL!
    MAN CITY 1-0 EVERTON

    11. The first goal of the day is scored by Kevin De Bruyne!

    The Manchester City midfielder fires the Champions in front with a wonderful curler beyond the outstretched arm of Jordon Pickford.

  • Sam Dymond

    WEST HAM 0-0 SOUTHAMPTON

    11. Minamino goes close to opening the scoring at the London Stadium, but his lob over Fabianski drops the wrong side of the post.

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    ARSENAL 0-0 BRIGHTON

    10. A couple of half-chances for the Gunners in the opening ten minutes. First, Saka curled a yard wide of the right post before Partey thumped one over from long range.

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    LEICESTER 0-0 SPURS

    9. Soyuncu finds himself unmarked at the back post to meet a left wing corner, but his looping header is easily claimed by Lloris.

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    LEEDS 0-0 WEST BROM

    7. Harrison has the ball in the net at Elland Road, but the flag is up for offside against Rodrigo in the build-up.

    The Spaniard doesn't touch the ball, but his dummy took an Albion man out of the game. It remains 0-0.

  • Sam Dymond

    LIVERPOOL 0-0 CRYSTAL PALACE

    4. Alisson is called into action early on, but not with the kind of heroics he performed at the Hawthorns. The Brazilian denies Zaha from a tight angle.

    He follows it up moments late by tipping Townsend's free-kick over the bar.

  • Sam Dymond

    PEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP!
    EYES DOWN, HERE WE GO!

  • Sam Dymond

    THE TEAMS ARE OUT!

    Roars – long-awaited and much missed – go up around the country as 20 Premier League teams make their way out for the final league match of the season.

    In the word of Pep Guadiola, "Gooseboooooomps."

  • Sam Dymond

    RAUL'S RETURN

    One of the most wonderful sights this season has to be the footage of Raul Jimenez back out on the Molineux pitch with his teammates this afternoon.

    The Mexican has been out since suffering a horrific head injury at Arsenal in November, and it is hoped he will be able to return to action next season.

  • Sam Dymond

    TREAT FOR THE FANS

    Football supporters are back inside Premier League stadiums this afternoon, and 10,000 Leicester City fans have a treat or three awaiting them.

    Not only do they face the prospect of watching their team qualify for the Champions League, but they can do so while enjoying a brownie, a bottle of water and a clapper.

  • Sam Dymond

    MATHEUS PEREIRA'S DAY OFF

    Coming to cinemas near you this summer.

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    TEAM NEWS

    Woof! So that's how they line-up in today's ten Premier League matches.

    Sergio Aguero is only on the Manchester City bench, but Pep Guardiola has confirmed that he will play the second half against Everton. Wes Morgan is also named as a substitute in the final game of his career, and may well feature in a similar cameo for Leicester.

    Manchester United and Sheffield United have both named lone teenage strikers with an eye on Wednesday's Europa League and next season's Championship respectively.The Red Devils especially have fielded a number of their second string as they prepare to challenge for continental silverware.

    Jurgen Klopp has named Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson on his bench after a long spell out with injury although the Reds boss has admitted he can't see a situation in which he will be used today.

    Elsewhere, there are starts for Jack Grealish, James Maddison and Leeds legend Pablo Hernandez while Fulham have ditched their multitude of loanees.

  • Sam Dymond

    WOLVES V MAN UTD

    Wolves (3-4-1-2): 11 Patricio; 15 Boly, 16 Coady, 27 Saiss; 22 Semedo, 32 Dendoncker, 28 Moutinho, 3 Ait Nouri; 8 Neves; 37 Traore, 17 Silva

    Man Utd (4-2-3-1): 26 Henderson; 33 Williams, 3 Bailly, 38 Tuanzebe, 27 Telles; 31 Matic, 34 Van de Beek; 19 Amad, 8 Mata, 21 James; 56 Elanga

  • Sam Dymond

    WEST HAM V SOUTHAMPTON

    West Ham (4-2-3-1): 1 Fabianski; 5 Coufal, 15 Dawson, 21 Ogbonna, 3 Cresswell; 28 Soucek, 41 Rice; 20 Bowen, 11 Lingard, 18 Fornals; 30 Antonio

    Southampton (4-4-2): 1 McCarthy; 2 Walker-Peters, 35 Bednarek, 4 Vestergaard, 22 Salisu; 17 Armstrong, 8 Ward-Prowse, 27 Diallo, 19 Minamino; 9 Ings, 11 Redmond

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    SHEFF UTD V BURNLEY

    Sheff Utd (3-4-2-1): 1 Ramsdale; 6 Basham, 12 Egan, 19 Robinson; 2 Baldock, 16 Norwood, 4 Fleck, 3 Stevens; 17 McGoldrick, 23 Osborn; 38 Jebbison

    Burnley (4-4-1-1): 25 Norris; 2 Lowton, 5 Tarkowski, 34 Dunne, 3 Taylor; 7 Gudmundsson, 18 Westwood, 4 Cork, 11 McNeil; 8 Brownhill; 9 Wood

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    MAN CITY V EVERTON

    Man City (4-3-3): 31 Ederson; 2 Walker, 5 Stones, 3 Dias, 11 Zinchenko; 17 De Bruyne, 25 Fernandinho, 47 Foden; 26 Mahrez, 9 Jesus, 7 Sterling

    Everton (4-3-1-2): 1 Pickford; 4 Holgate, 5 Keane, 22 Godfrey, 12 Digne; 16 Doucoure, 6 Allan, 26 Davies; 10 Sigurdsson; 9 Calvert-Lewin, 7 Richarlison

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    LIVERPOOL V CRYSTAL PALACE

    Liverpool (4-3-3): 1 Alisson; 66 Alexander-Arnold, 47 Phillips, 46 R Williams, 26 Robertson; 6 Thiago, 3 Fabinho, 5 Wijnaldum; 11 Salah, 9 Firmino, 10 Mane

    Crystal Palace (4-3-3): 31 Guaita; 2 Ward, 5 Tomkins, 24 Cahill, 27 Mitchell; 8 Kouyate, 22 McCarthy, 44 Riedewald; 10 Townsend, 9 Ayew, 11 Zaha

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    LEICESTER V TOTTENHAM

    Leicester (3-4-1-2): 1 Schmeichel; 27 Castagne, 2 Fofana, 4 Soyuncu; 11 Albrighton, 8 Tielemans, 25 Ndidi, 33 Thomas; 10 Maddison; 14 Iheanacho, 9 Vardy

    Tottenham (4-2-3-1): 1 Lloris; 2 Doherty, 6 Sanchez, 4 Alderweireld, 3 Reguilon; 8 Winks, 5 Hojbjerg; 23 Bergwijn, 20 Dele, 7 Son; 10 Kane

  • Sam Dymond

    LEEDS V WEST BROM

    Leeds (3-3-3-1): 13 Casilla; 2 Ayling, 6 Cooper. 28 Berardi; 15 Dallas, 23 Phillips, 10 Alisoski; 18 Raphinha, 19 Hernandez, 22 Harrison; 20 Rodrigo

    West Brom (5-4-1): 1 Johnstone; 2 Furlong, 6 Ajayi, 5 Bartley, 27 O’Shea. 14 Townsend; 10 Phillips, 18 Gallagher, 25 Yokuslu, 30 Maitland-Niles; 7 Robinson

  • Sam Dymond

    FULHAM V NEWCASTLE

    Fulham (3-4-2-1): 12 Rodak; 2 Tete, 16 Tosin, 13 Ream; 14 De Cordova-Reid, 29 Anguissa, 25 Onomah, 23 Bryan; 48 Carvalho, 19 Lookman; 17 Cavaleiro

    Newcastle (5-3-2): 1 Dubravka; 23 Murphy, 17 Krath, 18 Fernandez, 3 Dummett, 11 Ritchie; 26 S Longstaff, 8 Shelvey, 28 Willock; 10 Saint-Maximin, 24 Almiron

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    ASTON VILLA V CHELSEA

    Aston Villa (4-2-3-1): 26 Martinez; 4 Ngoyo, 30 Hause, 5 Mings, 18 Targett; 7 McGinn, 19 Nakamba; 15 Traore, 10 Grealish, 21 El Ghazi; 11 Watkins

    Chelsea (3-4-2-1): 16 Mendy; 28 Azpilicueta, 6 Thiago Silva, 2 Rudiger; 24 James, 17 Kovacic, 5 Jorginho, 21 Chilwell; 10 Pulisic, 19 Mount; 11 Werner

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    ARSENAL V BRIGHTON

    Arsenal (4-2-3-1): 1 Leno; 21 Chambers, 16 Holding, 6 Gabriel, 3 Tierney; 18 Partey, 34 Xhaka; 19 Pepe, 11 Odegaard, 32 Smith Rowe; 15 Aubameyang

    Brighton (4-4-1-1): 26 Sanchez; 3 White, 4 Webster, 5 Dunk, 33 Burn; 16 Jahanbakhsh, 13 Gross, 8 Bissouma, 15 Moder; 10 Mac Allister; 11 Trossard

  • Sam Dymond

    STANDBY FOR TODAY'S TEAMS

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