Extra Time podcast: Everton face further misery as Moyes takes West Ham to Goodison Park

Jon Turner, Steve Luckings and Graham Caygill discuss all the latest from the Premier League.

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Wembley Stadium continues to haunt Tottenham Hotspur after a draw against manager-less West Bromwich Albion all but ended their faint title hopes.

There was better news for their rivals across North London as Arsenal claimed a late - and some would argue, fortuitous, - victory against a Burnley side who continue to impress.

It was the Eden Hazard Show at Anfield as Chelsea earned a draw against Liverpool, although another former player proved to be their downfall.

Wins both for Manchesters City and United against two teams in their debut seasons in the Premier League, but they were made to work hard for the three points.

More misery for Everton who continued their abysmal the season with a thrashing by Southampton at St Mary's Stadium.

Meanwhile Marco Silva, Everton's top choice to replace the sacked Ronald Koeman, oversaw another fine result for Watford who brushed aside Newcastle United at St James' Park.

This weekend also proved successful for the division's younger players, with a handful making telling contributions.

Jon Turner, Steve Luckings and Graham Caygill reflect on the past weekend in the Premier League while football correspondent Richard Jolly joins on the phone to discuss the performances of the two Manchester clubs.