Premier League LIVE! Latest news, scores and results tonight


fter a night of high drama in the Premier League on Tuesday, Wednesday should offer plenty more action up and down the table.

Tuesday’s action offered plenty of goals and VAR controversy, with Wolves battling back to beat nine-man Arsenal – who had David Luiz and Bernd Leno sent off on a miserable night at Molineux. The Gunners are appealing Luiz’s red card, though the immediate result left Mikel Arteta’s side in 10th place.

Sheffield United beat fellow strugglers West Brom 2-1 to spark hopes of an unlikely relegation escape act, while Crystal Palace won 2-1 at Newcastle – but the tie of the evening came at Old Trafford as Manchester United equalled a League record with a 9-0 drubbing of nine-man Southampton.

Tonight’s five games have a lot to live up to after that excitement, but leaders Man City are looking to go clear of rivals United as they face Burnley at Turf Moor. Fulham host Leicester City, Everton travel to Leeds United, champions Liverpool look to continue their fine form with an Anfield clash against Brighton, while West Ham will be aiming to return to winning ways in what could be a lively encounter at Aston Villa.

Follow all the latest goals, news and action on our Premier League LIVE blog.

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Burnley vs Man City (6pm)

We are fast approaching team news at Turf Moor, where League leaders Man City will be looking to go three points clear of second-placed Man United. The neighbours are level on 44 points, but City boast two games in hand – and a win here for City would sent a title statement after United’s 9-0 demolition of Southampton last night.


Tonight’s games

Here’s what we have in store for you this evening…

6:00pm | Burnley vs Man City, Fulham vs Leicester
7:30pm | Leeds vs Everton
8:15pm | Aston Villa vs West Ham, Liverpool vs Brighton


Hello and welcome to Standard Sport’s LIVE coverage of tonight’s Premier League action!

We have five games tonight, with plenty of drama in store up and down the table.

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