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Buoyant Leicester claim fourth straight win

Published: Saturday 25 April 2015, 19.09CET
Leicester City FC made it four wins on the bounce, edging bottom club Burnley FC 1-0 to move out of the relegation zone, while Manchester City FC reclaimed second spot.

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Published: Saturday 25 April 2015, 19.09CET

Buoyant Leicester claim fourth straight win

Leicester City FC made it four wins on the bounce, edging bottom club Burnley FC 1-0 to move out of the relegation zone, while Manchester City FC reclaimed second spot.

• Leicester City FC climb out of the drop zone with a 1-0 win at bottom side Burnley FC.
• Jamie Vardy hits the winner 27 seconds after Burnley's Matthew Taylor fails from the spot.
• The Foxes have won four in a row for the first time in a top-flight season since 1966. 

Manchester City FC are made to work hard to defeat Aston Villa FC 3-2.
• Villa fight back from two goals down, but Fernandinho lands decisive blow.
• Hull City AFC ease their relegation fears, beating Crystal Palace FC 2-0.
• West Ham United FC hold Queens Park Rangers FC 0-0, Charlie Austin missing a penalty.
• Sixth-placed Tottenham Hotspur FC twice come from behind in 2-2 draw at Southampton FC.
• Liverpool FC stay fifth following a frustrating 0-0 stalemate against West Bromwich Albion FC.
• Swansea City AFC earn 3-2 comeback victory at Newcastle United FC.
• Stoke City FC made to settle for a 1-1 home draw against third-from-bottom Sunderland AFC.

Elsewhere
Serie A: Last-gasp Inter hurt Roma
Liga: Ten-man Barcelona triumph
Bundesliga: Bayern on brink of title
Ligue 1: Paris back with a bang

Last updated: 25/04/15 23.10CET

Results

English Premier League 2014/15

Matches
HomeAway
Last updated: 25/04/2015 20:23 CET

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Man. CityMan. City3-2Aston VillaAston Villa

Agüero 3, Kolarov 66, Fernandinho 89

Cleverley 68, Sanchez 85

Venue: Manchester

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NewcastleNewcastle2-3SwanseaSwansea

Pérez Gutiérrez 20, S. De Jong 87

Nélson Oliveira 45+2, G. Sigurdsson 49, Cork 71

Venue: Newcastle

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QPRQPR0-0West HamWest Ham

Venue: London

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BurnleyBurnley0-1LeicesterLeicester

Vardy 60

Venue: Burnley

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Crystal PalaceCrystal Palace0-2HullHull

N'Doye 51, 90+2

Venue: London

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StokeStoke1-1SunderlandSunderland

Adam 27

Wickham 1

Venue: Stoke

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West BromWest Brom0-0LiverpoolLiverpool

Venue: West Bromwich

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SouthamptonSouthampton2-2TottenhamTottenham

Pellè 29, 65

Lamela 43, Chadli 70

Venue: Southampton

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