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Premier League scores LIVE: Arsenal and Tottenham latest plus Chelsea highlights

On the road again

We’re ready for the second half in five Premier League games!

halftime score

Here are the notes on the doors.

  • Arsenal 0-0 Brentford
  • Leicester 3-1 Tottenham
  • Crystal Palace 0-0 Brighton
  • Fulham 1-0 Nottingham Forest
  • Southampton 1-0 Wolves

GOAL: Leicester 3-1 Tottenham (Iheanacho)

Leicester extend their lead!

Goal ruled out for Brighton

Pervis Estupinan thought he had led Brighton to rivals Crystal Palace but his goal is ruled out for VAR.

GOAL: Leicester 2-1 Tottenham (Maddison)

The foxes are ahead!

What a game.

Lemina was sent off on the return to Southampton

Not content with losing a goal, Wolves are now down to 10 men.

Mario Lemina, formerly of Southampton, was sent off for two yellow cards, the second for calling referee Jarrod Gillett for a foul not awarded.

Lemina, Ruben Neves and Joao Moutinho were all appealing for a foul not awarded. Lemina ran the farthest away, but was also the farthest away from the referee when he was shown the 2nd yellow. Can only assume he said something the referee thought was over the line.

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TOR: Southampton 1-0 Wolves (Alcaraz)

Southampton leads!

What a big goal that could prove to be for Nathan Jones.

GOAL: Leicester 1-1 Tottenham (Mendy)

A great goal from Nampalys Mendy brought the hosts level.

GOAL: Fulham 1-0 Nottingham Forest (Willian)

A nightmare start for Forest who has already lost two central defenders in the same game through injury and are now trailing!

GOAL: Leicester 0-1 Tottenham (Bentancur)

Nathan Jones’ last stand?

Southampton boss Nathan Jones is under pressure.

They really need a positive result today – or it could mean the end of the Welshman at St Mary’s.

They got off to a brilliant start against Wolves, already booked by ex-Saint Mario Lemina.

Then there’s this kid in the stands with his mocked P45 for NJ.

Pretty much sums up the sentiment of Saints fans towards their current manager.

SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 11: A young Southampton fan holds a sign in protest before the Premier League match between Southampton FC and Wolverhampton Wanderers at Friends Provident St Mary’s Stadium on February 11, 2023 in Southampton, England. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)

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