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Rodgers needs to be wary at Liverpool, Palace stop playing after survival assured and Newcastle have Alan Pardew to thank

Crystal Palace vs Hull match report: Dame N’Doye hits double to give Hull valuable breathing space in battle against the drop

Crystal Palace 0 Hull City 2: Chelsea can secure the Premier League title at Palace next week, and you'd back them to on this showing

Sergio Aguero celebrates scoring Manchester City's opener

Manchester City vs Aston Villa live: Latest score and updates as Sergio Aguero goal gives City the lead plus Watford promoted to Premier League

Follow the latest Premier League action, including Burnley vs Leicester, Crystal Palace vs Hull, Newcastle vs Swansea, QPR vs West Ham and Stoke vs Sunderland

Yannick Bolasie in action for Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace vs Hull City: In-form Glenn Murray and Yannick Bolasie to lead the line

A look ahead to this weekend's Premier League fixture at Selhurst Park

Leicester City and Sunderland join Swansea in race for Polish winger Maciej Rybus

Top flight strugglers lock horns in battle for Polish star, according to reports

Rooney is Manchester United's highest paid player

Manchester United wage bill higher than Manchester City and Chelsea as what every Premier League club pays their players is revealed

Southampton emerge with the most credit in terms of wages versus current league position

Premier League relegation battle: Five factors that could yet determine who drops down to the Championship

As the Premier League hurtles towards a dramatic conclusion, the clubs at the bottom have a lot of work still to do

Alexis Sanchez celebrates scoring a second for Arsenal against Reading

Premier League: Seven things we learnt this weekend, including Chelsea are the champions and clash with FA Cup was a complete farce

Manchester United should be a force to be reckoned with, Liverpool endure a weekend to forget, Leicester on the up while Newcastle on the down and Pulis strikes Palace

Premier League power rankings: Sanchez? Rooney? Who are the 20 most important players between now and the end of the season?

We've ranked the players who will decide the Premier League season

Steve Bruce: 'It'll be difficult but I still believe we can do it,' Hull boss still has hope despite defeat

Hull are just two points above the relegation zone

Southampton Ronald Koeman looks on from the touchline

Southampton vs Hull: Premier League match preview

A look ahead to this weekend's Premier League fixture at St Marys

Burnley vs Arsenal - LIVE! Aaron Ramsey fires the Gunners into an early lead at Turf Moor

Live coverage of all of today's Premier League action with plenty to going on at both ends of the table

Premier League power rankings: Rooney, Kane, Sanchez? Who are the 20 most important players between now and the end of the season?

We've ranked the players who will decide the Premier League season

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Eight things we learnt: Manchester City rely too much on Sergio Aguero; Sterling not good enough for Arsenal; Charlie Adam goal was best

ANALYSIS: Louis van Gaal is enjoying Manchester United's rivalry with Liverpool and the relegation battle is where the real excitement is

Bafetimbi Gomis volleys the ball goalwards to put Swanea 2-0 up

Swansea vs Hull match report: Bafetimbi Gomis scores a double to leave 10-man Tigers staring down at doom

Swansea 3 Hull 1: Hull are now just three points above the relegation zone

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