EPL Gameweek 29, Sunday football: As it happened...

Liverpool gain big on the night, as United lose ground.

EPL Gameweek 29, Sunday football: As it happened...

The Premier League Super Sunday football saw two matches played today with strugglers Crystal Palace losing 1-2 against 10-man Liverpool and West Bromwich Albion recorded a sound victory against a poor Manchester United, who failed with a sorry body language.

Crystal Palace v Liverpool 1-2

West Brom v Man Utd 1-0

United drop to sixth and their Champions League qualification chance have been hit with a big blow. 

West Brom 1-0 United

GOAL West Brom 1-0 Man Utd (RONDON, 67 mins)

Rondon controls Pocognoli's cross, turns and fires low into the corner.

West Brom 0-0 United 

West Brom 0-0 United (58 mins)

Jonas Olsson brings Martial down and gets a yellow card. United get a free-kick outside the box and Herrera's shot hits the wall.

West Brom 0-0 United

West Brom 0-0 United

Man United sit deep down and will need to stop West Brom making inroads. United get a corner as the Baggies force out another one.


West Brom 0-0 Man Utd


West Brom 0-0 United (38 mins)

West Brom 0-0 United

West Brom 0-0 United (MATA sent OFF)

West Brom 0-0 United (23 mins)

Yellow card for Juan Mata (Man Utd) for blocking a quickly-taken West Brom free-kick

West Brom 0-0 United (19 mins)

Daley Blind with a high foot which hits Berahino in the face. It was only inches outside the area. Martial then slides in, to intervene the free-kick for a corner. De Gea collects the corner kick with ease.

 West Brom 0-0 United 

West Brom 0-0 United

West Brom vs Man United (Teams)


Palace 1-2 Liverpool

GOAL Palace 1-2 Liverpool (BENTEKE PEN, 90+6 mins)

Christian Benteke earns the penalty after being brought down by Damien Delaney. He then steps up to convert past goalkeeper Alex McCarthy. 

Palace 1-1 Liverpool

Four minutes of added time.



GOAL Palace 1-1 Liverpool (FIRMINO, 72 mins)

Alex McCarthy slips while attempting to clear, with the ball falling straight at the feet of Roberto Firmino, who then slots home into an empty net.


RED CARD Palace 1-0 Liverpool (MILNER, 62 mins)

Milner is shown a red card after picking up a second yellow for his foul on Wilfried Zaha. 

GOAL Palace 1-0 Liverpool (LEDLEY, 48 mins)

Ledley seals the deal from edge of the box. What a start to the second half.

Half time: Crystal Palace 0-0 Liverpool

So a lively performance at Selhurst Park and Palace will be the happier side as they created more chances. It's still goalless though and Liverpool will look to get a breakthrough. 

Crystal Palace v Liverpool 0-0 (39 mins)

James Milner (Liverpool) gets a yellow card for a sliding tackle foul on Yohan Cabaye.

Crystal Palace v Liverpool 0-0 

Cabaye gets close to breaking the deadlock. His shot hits the side netting.


Palace 0-0 Liverpool (20 mins)

Palace are happy to sit back and defend, Liverpool are having most of the ball. 

Palace 0-0 Liverpool (16 mins)

Lively atmosphere at Selhurst Park so far. Both teams are looking to attack at every opportunity but it is still goalless.

Yellow card: Scott Dann gets a booking for wrestling Origi off the ball.

10 minutes have gone by and Liverpool are looking as the most threatening side. 

Yellow card: Henderson (Liverpool) sliding tackle on Bolasie.



Emmanuel Adebayor (Palace): The experienced forward needs to get a goal and find key passes and make run-ins.

Simon Mignolet (Liverpool): It's his birthday today. Therefore it will be special, won't it?


Crystal Palace - 

Liverpool - 

It will be crucial for both Liverpool and United to notch important results given their push for top four and European qualification. 

Palace have not won in 11 PL games as manager Alan Pardew will be desperate to get a result at home.

Meanwhile, Manchester United will be hungry to notch a fifth victory on the trot across all competitions. LVG had stated recently that he has asked his side to believe they can clinch a top four place and how much the words have rubbed on will be interesting to watch. 

West Brom boast of a good defensive unit and will look to defy the United side by placing bodies well in line.

Saturday saw some enthralling brand of football played and there were some vital movements in the table as both the bottom and the top gaining solidarity and clarity.

Leicester are five points clear at top, as Villa went down the barrel further and is looking set for the relegation this term. 

Here is the table ahead of Sunday's tie.

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