Premier League 2020/21 Matchday 32: Highlights, live streams and how to watch every game on BT TV

Your one-stop shop for everything you need to know about the latest batch of fixtures from the English top flight.

Published: 22 April 2021 - 11.05pm

The 2020/21 Premier League season continued with a full schedule of action in Matchday 32, with 10 matches over six days.

Remember, as always, every Premier League game shown live on TV is available on BT TV, so read on, or jump to a specific match, for game previews, highlights and details of how to watch.

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Friday 16 April

Everton 2-2 Tottenham

 

Saturday 17 April

Newcastle 3-2 West Ham

Wolves 1-0 Sheffield United

 

Sunday 18 April

Arsenal 1-1 Fulham

Man United 3-1 Burnley

 

Monday 19 April

Leeds 1-1 Liverpool

 

Tuesday 20 April

Chelsea 0-0 Brighton

 

Wednesday 21 April

Tottenham 2-1 Southampton

Aston Villa 1-2 Man City

 

Thursday 22 April

Leicester 3-0 West Brom

Friday 16 April

Harry Kane showcased exactly why Tottenham are so desperate to keep him as he scored twice in a 2-2 draw at Everton, but an apparent ankle knock sustained in stoppage time will give Spurs serious cause for concern.

Tottenham insist their star man is not for sale at any price despite constant speculation surrounding his future, and it is easy to see why after he scored two clinical goals at Goodison Park.

He opened the scoring in the 27th minute after a defensive error and then, following a Gylfi Sigurdsson double either side of half-time put Everton in front, the England captain earned a point 20 minutes from time.

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Saturday 17 April

Joe Willock came off the bench to dent 10-man West Ham’s Champions League charge as Newcastle took a giant stride towards Premier League safety.

The Arsenal loanee, who scored a late equaliser against Tottenham on April 4, went one better to condemn the Hammers – who would have gone third with victory – to a 3-2 defeat at St James’ Park, in the process sending Steve Bruce’s men nine points clear of the relegation zone with just six games to play.

On an eventful afternoon on Tyneside, the visitors trailed 2-0 at the break courtesy of Issa Diop’s own goal and a howler from keeper Lukasz Fabianski which handed Joelinton a second, and had also seen defender Craig Dawson sent off for a second bookable offence.

Remarkably, they dragged themselves back into it through Diop’s header and Jesse Lingard’s 80th-minute penalty – his ninth goal in 10 games – before Willock dashed their hopes in a grandstand finish.

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Sheffield United’s miserable season was capped after relegation was finally confirmed following a 1-0 defeat at Wolves.

The rock-bottom Blades will play in the Sky Bet Championship next term after Willian Jose’s second-half winner.

Under caretaker boss Paul Heckingbottom, United are 19 points from safety with six games remaining and have won just four times all season.

The Blades have lost 26 of their 32 games, having finished ninth last term, with their two-year stay in the Premier League over.

Sunday 18 April

Arsenal 1-1 Fulham

Arsenal striker Eddie Nketiah came off the bench to score a last-gasp equaliser against Fulham – whose Premier League survival bid suffered another late blow as a result.

Scott Parker’s side lost to a last-minute goal to Wolves last time out but appeared on course for a first-ever away win over Arsenal following Josh Maja’s second-half penalty.

Instead, it was further heartbreak as Nketiah scrambled in from point-blank range to earn the misfiring Gunners a 1-1 draw.

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Mason Greenwood’s second-half double and a stoppage-time goal from Edinson Cavani helped Manchester United close the gap on Premier League leaders Manchester City to eight points after a hard-fought 3-1 win over Burnley.

It looked set to be a frustrating outing for the Red Devils as Greenwood’s 48th-minute opener was almost instantly cancelled out by James Tarkowski for Burnley, who had not lost on their previous four visits to Old Trafford.

But Greenwood’s deflected strike in the 84th minute put his side ahead again before substitute Cavani added gloss to the scoreline as United kept their remote hopes of reeling in their crosstown rivals alive.

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Monday 19 April

Diego Llorente’s late header rescued a deserved point for Leeds in a 1-1 home Premier League draw against Liverpool.

The Spain defender powered home Jack Harrison’s corner with three minutes remaining to cancel out Sadio Mane’s first-half opener for Liverpool.

Llorente, an £18million summer signing from Real Sociedad, registered his first goal for Leeds to deny Jurgen Klopp’s side the win that would have lifted them back into the top four.

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Tuesday 20 April

Chelsea ground out a goalless Premier League draw with 10-man Brighton as the club’s decision to quit the European Super League hung heavy over Stamford Bridge.

Brighton had Ben White sent off for a second booking at the death, having already wasted the game’s best chances through Adam Lallana and Danny Welbeck.

Chelsea leapfrogged West Ham on goal difference back into the Premier League top four – with Champions League qualification regaining full significance now the universally-condemned ESL appears doomed.

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Wednesday 21 April

Tottenham took the first steps of moving on from their European Super League shame as they began life after Jose Mourinho with a late 2-1 Premier League win over Southampton.

It has been a tumultuous 72 hours for Spurs as since they last played at Everton on Friday night they joined the ESL, sacked Mourinho, appointed 29-year-old Ryan Mason as interim head coach and then, after much derision, buckled under the weight of extreme resistance to the breakaway plans and quit.

After fans protested before the game against chairman Daniel Levy and owners ENIC, things did not look like they were going to get better in the wake of Mourinho’s exit as Danny Ings gave Southampton a first-half lead.

But Gareth Bale, back in the side after being frozen out under Mourinho, levelled and then minutes after VAR had ruled out a Son Heung-min goal, the decision-review system awarded Spurs a penalty at the death, which Son struck home.

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Manchester City moved a step closer to the Premier League title after capping a turbulent week with a 2-1 win at Aston Villa.

The leaders – who had John Stones sent off in the first half – need eight points from five games to reclaim the crown after the exceptional Phil Foden and Rodri turned the game at Villa Park.

John McGinn’s opener after 20 seconds stunned the visitors but they recovered to win after their ill-fated entry and quick withdrawal from the controversial Super League this week.

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Thursday 22 April

Jamie Vardy netted his first goal in more than two months as Leicester strengthened their grip on a top-four finish as they swept aside a listless West Brom.

Vardy opened the scoring midway through the first half with a confident right-footed finish from just inside the box before Jonny Evans doubled the hosts’ advantage three minutes later with a stooping header.

Kelechi Iheanacho then bagged his 11th goal in eight games before Brendan Rodgers’ men took their foot off the gas as they moved four points clear of fifth-placed West Ham, while Sam Allardyce’s side remain nine points adrift of safety with six games to go. 

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