Premier League 2020/21 Matchday 30: Your ultimate guide from details on how to watch to highlights

Here is your one-stop shop for everything you need to know about the latest batch of fixtures from the English top flight as the Premier League returns following the international break.

Published: 4 April 2021 - 10.53pm

Following the first international break of 2021, the Premier League returns with a full fixture list as we enter the final straight of the season with Matchday 30.

Starting on Saturday lunchtime and finishing on Bank Holiday Monday evening, the English top flight comes back in full force.

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Saturday 3 April

Chelsea 2-5 West Brom

Matheus Pereira’s fine brace sparked West Brom’s stunning 5-2 Premier League rout of 10-man Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

Thiago Silva was sent off for two yellow cards after just 29 minutes as Thomas Tuchel’s 14-match unbeaten start at the Chelsea helm came to a startling end.

Brazilian forward Pereira took his two goals in first-class fashion before Callum Robinson’s double and a smart finish from Mbaye Diagne sealed relegation-battling West Brom’s first win in four league games.

Christian Pulisic and Mason Mount hit the net for Chelsea but the Blues tasted defeat for the first time since January 19.

West Brom’s comprehensive victory proved their first win at Stamford Bridge since 1978.

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Leeds 2-1 Sheffield United

Phil Jagielka’s own goal gave Leeds a 2-1 Yorkshire derby win and sent Sheffield United to their 24th Premier League defeat of the season.

Jagielka turned the ball past his own goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale early in the second half after Ben Osborn had cancelled out Jack Harrison’s early opener for Leeds.

The Blades, cast adrift at the foot of the table, battled gamely throughout and were not without their chances.

But Leeds created plenty more as they passed the 40-point mark with their 13th league win of their first season back in the Premier League, which lifted them back into the top half of the table.

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Leicester 0-2 Man City

Birthday boy Gabriel Jesus continued in-form Manchester City’s march to the Premier League title after a classy victory at Leicester.

The striker, who turned 24 on Saturday, wrapped up a 2-0 win at the King Power Stadium as Pep Guardiola’s men made it 15 straight away wins in all competitions.

Benjamin Mendy’s second-half opener sent them on their way and City are 17 points clear at the top with seven games left after a 26th win in their last 27 games.

Fernandinho had a goal ruled out while Kevin De Bruyne’s free-kick hit the crossbar.

Jamie Vardy also had a goal disallowed for offside but the third-placed Foxes missed the chance to climb above Manchester United into second after being outclassed.

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Arsenal 0-3 Liverpool

Substitute Diogo Jota scored twice as Liverpool showed they remain one of the best sides in the Premier League by completely outclassing Arsenal to win 3-0 at the Emirates Stadium.

Manchester City’s win at Leicester earlier in the day meant Liverpool’s hopes of retaining their title are now mathematically over after a season of mixed performances, poor results and terrible injury problems.

But Jurgen Klopp’s side were at their scintillating best, dominating an Arsenal side missing a number of their own key players to secure victory courtesy of a brace from Jota either side of a Mohamed Salah strike.

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Sunday 4 April

Southampton 3-2 Burnley

Danny Ings returned with a bang as Southampton took a major step towards Premier League survival by overturning a two-goal deficit to snatch a 3-2 win from a frantic encounter with Burnley.

Striker Ings, back after a month-long absence due to a leg issue, was involved in all three Saints goals to inspire the hosts to a first home league success in three months.

Nathan Redmond volleyed home the second-half winner after Ings had sparked the dramatic turnaround by setting up Stuart Armstrong’s goal and then equalising before the break with a fine individual effort.

Sean Dyche’s Clarets were seemingly in complete control with just half an hour gone at St Mary’s courtesy of Chris Wood’s penalty and a powerful finish from Matej Vydra.

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Newcastle 2-2 Tottenham

Joe Willock came off the bench to hand Newcastle a Premier League lifeline as they fought back to snatch a 2-2 draw with Tottenham.

Harry Kane’s double looked to have handed Spurs a sixth win at St James’ Park in seven visits when he struck twice inside four first-half minutes after Joelinton’s opener with his 28th and 29th goals of the season.

However, Steve Bruce’s beleaguered side turned in a gritty display which was rewarded when, seconds after Kane had hit the post, Arsenal loanee Willock smashed home an 85th-minute equaliser to claim a 2-2 draw and a point which could prove crucial in the fight for top-flight survival.

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Aston Villa 3-1 Fulham

A devastating late finish from Aston Villa saw them deal a huge blow to Fulham’s hopes of Premier League survival.

The Cottagers were headed out of the relegation zone with 78 minutes on the clock at Villa Park, leading courtesy of Aleksandar Mitrovic’s strike.

But substitute Trezeguet changed the course of the match with a quickfire double before Ollie Watkins added a third Villa goal in 10 minutes to complete an unlikely turnaround and seal a 3-1 victory for Dean Smith’s team.

Fulham remain three points adrift of safety after squandering another chance to climb out of the bottom three, following a home defeat to Leeds prior to the international break.

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Man United 2-1 Brighton

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Mason Greenwood completed a hard-fought comeback win against Brighton as Manchester United strengthened their grip on second spot.

While Manchester City are all but certain to lift the Premier League title, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side are looking to underline their progress by finishing as runners-up and going all the way in the Europa League.

Brighton made life difficult on Sunday and United academy graduate Danny Welbeck put the visitors on course for their first ever victory at Old Trafford, only for Marcus Rashford and Greenwood to seal a 2-1 triumph.

Monday 5 April

Everton v Crystal Palace, 6pm on NOW via BT TV

The first of a Monday night double-header sees Everton welcome Roy Hodgson's Crystal Palace to Goodison Park.

The Toffees are smarting from three consecutive defeats in all competitions including a disappointing 2-1 reverse at home to Burnley before the international break.

Carlo Ancelotti stated the obvious following the Burnley defeat, saying "it's clear we are not good enough at home", and the Italian will demand a response against Palace.

The good news is they've enjoyed a solid record over Palace with no losses in 12 against the south Londoners and three wins on the trot against them at Goodison Park.

Palace recorded a 1-0 win over West Brom last time out as they welcomed back talisman Wilfried Zaha into the fold against the struggling Baggies.

Incredibly, Hodgson - the Premier League's oldest-ever manager - has never won away at Goodison in nine attempts. With talk he could be departing Selhurst Park in the summer, he may never have another chance to break the duck.

Wolves v West Ham, 8.15pm on NOW via BT TV

After West Ham threw away a three-goal lead to draw with Arsenal last time out, David Moyes instead chose to focus on the first half hour rather than the second-half collapse in his post-match interview.

Whether he'd have been relaying the same message to his team in private is another matter, with The Hammers surrendering two points as they were completely overrun by Mikel Arteta's side in the second half.

It means West Ham need to get back on track to keep their dreams of Champions League qualification alive.

Moyes' men will be buoyed by the fact they breezed past Monday's opponents 4-0 at the London Stadium and with an on-fire Jesse Lingard in their ranks, West Ham will hope for more of the same against a meandering Wolves team.

Wolves continue to struggle without talismanic forward Raul Jimenez and Nuno Espirito Santo will once again look to Fabio Silva and Mikel San Jose to fill the gaping void left by the Mexican forward.