A roundup of todays Premier League fixtures

Here are the results from today’s Premier League fixtures.

Leicester City 1 – 1 Stoke

Jack Butland’s goalkeeping howler handed Leicester a 1-1 draw with Stoke at the King Power Stadium on Saturday.

The Potters looked on course for only their second league victory under Paul Lambert when Xherdan Shaqiri curled a fine effort home two minutes before half-time.

But a vital three points were surrendered when Butland spilled a fierce Marc Albrighton cross into his own net on 70 minutes.

Bournemouth 2 – 2 Newcastle

A late goal from Dan Gosling snatched a point for Bournemouth as they held Newcastle to a 2-2 thew.

The Magpies cruised into a 2-0 first half lead thanks to a Dwight Gayle double (17, 45+1) but with ten minutes to play, Adam Smith hammered home via the underside of the crossbar (80).

Bournemouth nabbed their equaliser thanks to a Gosling tap in the 89th minute.

Brighton 4 – 1 Swansea

Glenn Murray scored twice to help Brighton & Hove Albion beat Swansea City 4-1.

Murray opened the scoring early on from the penalty spot (18), before doubling the home side’s lead (69), Anthony Knockaert then added a third with 17 minutes to go and despite Lewis Dunk’s 85th-minute own goal, substitute Jurgen Locadia completed the scoring with his first goal for his new team.

Burnley 1 – 1 Southampton

A priceless point for Southampton was rescued in the final moments by Manolo Gabbiadini after Ashley Barnes looked like he had set Burnley on course to a first Premier League win in 11.

Liverpool 4 – 1 West Ham

Ahead of Manchester United against Chelsea on Super Sunday, this looked a good opportunity for Jurgen Klopp’s men to improve their top-four chances and they did not fluff their lines with goals from Emre Can (30), Mohamed Salah (50), Roberto Firmino (57) and Sadio Mane (77).

Michail Antonio notched a consolation for West Ham (59), who caused problems for Liverpool in the first half courtesy of Marko Arnautovic.

West Brom 1 – 2 Huddersfield

After a goalless first half, two goals in eight second-half minutes from Rajiv van La Parra (48) and Steve Mounie (56) put Huddersfield in control.

A Craig Dawson header (64) offered West Brom a route back into the game, but the visitors held on.

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