Blues held at home, Everton survive

English Premier League

Chelsea 1-1 Leicester City

Chelsea have all but sealed third spot despite drawing 1-1 with Leicester City at Stamford Bridge on Thursday night.

The Foxes got the early start as James Maddison bent one in from the edge of the 18-yard for his 11th league goal of the season.

Chelsea got back on level terms 10 minutes before the halftime break through Marcos Alonso, who volleyed home a cross from Reece James at the far post.

The Blues will hosts relegated Watford on the final day of the season, while Bredan Rodgers' side host Southampton on Sunday afternoon.

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Everton 3-2 Crystal Palace

Everton are officially safe from relegation after rallying back from two goals down to defeat Crystal Palace at Goodison Park.

Patrick Vieira's charges got off to the perfect start when Jean-Philippe Mateta opened the scoring on 21 minutes after being set up by Eberechi Eze.

Jordan Ayew doubled the visitors' lead just before the halftime break with after Jordan Pickford parried Wilfried Zaha's shot into the path of the Ghanaian who slotted home from close range.

The Toffees, who were desperate for the win, pulled a goal back through Micheal Keane's close-range finish 10 minutes after the halftime break.

Everton got back on level terms with 15 minutes remaining of the contest, with Richarlison firing home via a deflection off Conor Gallagher.

Frank Lampard's got their all-important winner in the final five minutes when star man Dominic Calvert-Lewin headed home from close range.

Aston Villa 1-1 Burnley

Burnley's fate will decided on the final day of the season after dropping points against Aston Villa.

Ashley Barnes gave the visitors a crucial lead on the stroke of halftime after converting a penalty after Emiliano Buendía's foul.

Buendía made up for the error in the first half by turning home a cross from John McGinn to pull Villa level three minutes after the break.

The visitors did finish the game with 10 men when substitute Matt Lowton was shown a straight red card on 91 minutes, six minutes after he was introduced.

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