Moses restores the lead for Chelsea (1:02)
Fortuitous finish by Barnes brings Burnley level (1:09)
Morata misses golden chance to double Chelsea's advantage (0:32)
Kevin Long's own goal gifts Chelsea the lead (1:00)
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2hPA Sport

Hodgson insists Palace won't sell Benteke

Roy Hodgson has dismissed reports of Crystal Palace seeking to sell Christian Benteke and also insisted that they intend to keep Wilfried Zaha.

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4hTom Adams

Empty seats underline Arsenal's Wenger problem

Arsene Wenger remains adamant there's no fan interest problem at Arsenal but the empty seats these days at the Emirates tell a much different story.

4hESPN staff

Salah: All finalists deserve to win POTY

Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah, considered the favourite to be named PFA Player of the Year, said all of the other candidates deserve to win it.

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6hJonathan Johnson

PSG in contact with Pogba agent - source

According to the source, Mino Raiola has spoken with a number of clubs about landing the 25-year-old and the Ligue 1 champions are one of them.

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6hESPN staff

Sanches' Swansea return unlikely - Carvalhal

Renato Sanches is unlikely to feature for Swansea City again this season because of a hamstring injury, manager Carlos Carvalhal said.

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8hESPN staff

Arsenal job would not scare me - Adams

Adams, who has managed at Wycombe, Portsmouth, Azerbaijani side Gabala and Granada, said it could be "complicated" to follow Arsene Wenger.

9hDan Kilpatrick

Spurs have no Wembley edge vs. Utd - Poch

Mauricio Pochettino said Tottenham Hotspur will not gain an advantage from playing Saturday's FA Cup semifinal against Manchester United at Wembley.

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9hESPN staff

KDB set to win Premier League assists award

Award, which adds to Golden Boot and Golden Glove award for strikers and goalkeepers, will be presented for the first time at end of the season.

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11hMattias Karen

Wenger: Empty Emirates 'not a big concern'

Arsene Wenger said the empty seats at the Emirates Stadium are "not a big concern" and that Arsenal have a faithful crowd despite low attendance.