A battle is heating up for the Champions League spots.
West Ham gave their Premier League survival hopes a major boost last night, while denting the Champions League ambitions of Chelsea.
Andriy Yarmolenko’s last minute strike gave David Moyes’ side a 3-2 win over Chelsea at the London Stadium.
Goals from Tomas Soucek and Michaeil Antonio had previously sees the Hammers lead, with Willian scoring twice for Chelsea.
That result sees West Ham climb up to 16th, three points clearer of the relegation zone.
Chelsea remain fourth in the table, after their first defeat since football's resumption.
Manage Frank Lampard says it was a frustrating night.
There is now scrap emerging for Champions League football, with just three points separating third from sixth.
That's after Leicester were beaten 2-1 against Everton.
They're now winless in four games since the restart, but remain in third.
Norwich are six points from safety with six games to play after a 4-nil loss at Arsenal.
While Bournemouth are second-from-bottom after a 4-1 defeat at home to Newcastle.
Tonight, there's two more games.
Liverpool will receive a guard of honour at the Etihad.
The newly-crowned Premier League champions face the side they deposed - Manchester City.
This evening’s other game is at Bramall Lane and sees Sheffield United entertain Tottenham.