Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert says he hopes his side can scupper Manchester United's title celebrations tonight with a win.
Papiss Cisse dragged Newcastle nine points clear of the Premier League relegation zone with a dramatic injury-time winner to see off Stoke
Aston Villa recovered from a calamitous own goal to haul themselves out of the relegation places with victory at fellow strugglers Reading
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Leicester take on Watford tonight in the first leg of their Championship play-off semi-final at the King Power Stadium.
Defender Paul Konchesky is expected to be fit for the game after he missed the 3-2 win over Nottingham Forest that confirmed Leicester's place in the play-offs over their East Midlands' rivals.
Watford missed out on automatic promotion on the final day of the season. Their goalkeeper Manual Almunia will undergo a late fitness test.
The second leg is at Watford's Vicarage Road on Sunday and the winner of the tie will face either Brighton or Crystal Palace at Wembley for a place in next season's Premier League.
Charlie Adam ended a five-month goal drought to give Stoke back-to-back victories for the first time since December and leave the club on the brink of safety.
Adam's first goal since November 24 was enough to further ease the Potters' relegation fears following last weekend's 2-0 win at QPR.
Although Stoke have now hit the 40-point mark long heralded by boss Tony Pulis as enough to guarantee safety, mathematically they cannot count their chickens just yet.
Referee Robert Madley had a Premier League debut to remember today, dishing out three red cards as West Brom romped to a record-breaking victory at Southampton.
Having made a rapid ascent up the leagues, the Yorkshireman was handed his maiden top-flight match at St Mary's - one many had expected to be a quiet affair
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Aston Villa remain in the Barclays Premier League bottom three after Liverpool came from behind to claim the three points and keep alive their faint hopes of securing a Champions League spot.
Villa looked on course for a third successive win after leading at the interval through Christian Benteke's 18th goal of the campaign.
But the Reds equalised through Jordan Henderson early in the second period and then skipper Steven Gerrard's penalty sealed victory for the visitors.
Andy Carroll gave Roy Hodgson a timely reminder of his talents as he inspired West Ham to an impressive win which eased any lingering hopes of relegation at Upton Park.
Carroll has endured a difficult time in east London since he arrived on loan from Liverpool last summer, but today he battered West Brom's ailing defence in to submission.
Paul Lambert insists Aston Villa are not a dirty side despite being bottom of the fair play table ahead of Sunday's Premier League clash with Liverpool at Villa Park.
Relegation-threatened Villa have accumulated 64 bookings and two red cards during the current campaign.
Midfielder Fabian Delph became the first Premier League player to have to serve a two-game ban for 10 bookings and right-back Matt Lowton is one yellow card away from facing the same punishment.
"I'm a little bit surprised we are bottom (of the fair play table). Because we're a young side, sometimes our enthusiasm overrides things._
_Are Villa a dirty side? Are you kidding. We've got one player over six feet tall. The rest are three feet, nine inches!"
West Bromwich Albion head coach Steve Clarke insists his side still have plenty to play for during the next two months and will not allow the season to fizzle out.
The Baggies are assured of a fourth successive season of Premier League football and have only a remote chance of securing a Europa League spot.
Former West Ham number two Clarke said:
"We are professional, we want to finish as high as we can with as many points as we can."