Manchester City continue to march towards their fifth Premier League crown following a packed round of Easter action.
Second half goals from Benjamin Mendy and Gabriel Jesus saw Man City comfortably defeat third-placed Leicester, as Pep Guardiola’s Citizens cruised to a 15th straight away win in all competitions.
Manchester United continue to sit 14 points behind their cross-city rivals in second, having came from behind through Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood to defeat Brighton who took an early lead through Danny Welbeck.
Jesse Lingard produced a goal and assist as West Ham survived a five goal thriller at Molineux to defeat Wolves 3-2, which meant that David Moyes’ Hammers climb to fourth.
Down in the relegation zone, Ben Osborne cancelled out Jack Harrison’s opener in a feisty Yorkshire Derby at Elland Road but Phil Jagielka’s own goal saw rock-bottom Sheffield United fall 2-1 to Leeds United.
West Brom remain second bottom but now eight points from safety after braces from Matheus Pereira and Callum Robinson helped the Baggies come from behind to defeat ten-man Chelsea 5-2 at Stamford Bridge following Thiago Silva’s red card.
Fulham remain third bottom after a brace from Trezeguet and Ollie Watkins’ late strike saw Aston Villa come from behind to win 3-1 at Villa Park, after Aleksandr Mitrovic had put the Cottagers ahead from Tyrone Mings’ poor intercepted backpass.
Elsewhere, Newcastle sit three points clear of the relegation zone after Joe Willock’s late strike clinched a 2-2 home draw against Tottenham, having seen Joelinton’s 28th minute opener overturned by Harry Kane’s brace for Spurs.
Diogo Jota’s brace plus a goal from Mohamed Salah helped Liverpool thrash Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium in a dominant display by Jurgen Klopp’s Reds.
Danny Ings and Nathan Redmond produced a goal and assist apiece as Southampton came from two goals down to defeat Burnley 3-2 in a five goal thriller at St Mary’s Stadium.
Finally, Michy Batshuayi’s 86th minute strike rescued Crystal Palace a 1-1 draw at Everton after James Rodriguez had put the Toffees ahead in the 56th minute.