Manchester United have cut Manchester City’s lead at the top of the Premier League to 5 points.
Ashley Young scored twice as they beat Watford 4-2 at Vicarage Road last night.
Jesse Lingard sealed the victory, after the home side scored two late goals to give United a brief scare.
Leicester enjoyed a 2-1 win over Spurs.
Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez were on target for the Foxes with Harry Kane finding the net for Tottenham team who remain fifth.
It is Spurs third successive away defeat.
Republic of Ireland defender Ciaran Clark scored for Newcastle as they rescued a 2-all draw at West Brom – having been 2-nil down.
It was nil-nil between Brighton and Crystal Palace.
Manchester City have the chance to regain an eight-point lead at the summit this evening.
City are chasing a Premier League record 12th win in-a-row when they take on Southampton at the Etihad Stadium at 8.
In the other 8pm kick-offs – Liverpool go to a Stoke team that have won just once in their last six games.
And it’s 17th against 18th as Everton host West Ham at Goodison – victory for the Hammers would see David Moyes’ side move out of the relegation zone.
There are also three games at a quarter-to-eight.
Arsenal will welcome playmaker Mesut Ozil (pron: Oh-zill) back from illness for their game against Huddersfield at the Emirates.
Reigning champions Chelsea host Swansea while Bournemouth are at home to Burnley.
The Republic of Ireland’s women’s team remain joint-top of Group 3 after three qualifying games for the 2019 World Cup.
A resolute defensive performance earned Colin Bell’s team a scoreless draw away to reigning champions Holland last night.