Premier League LIVE: Chelsea vs Leicester latest score and updates from all the 3pm kick-offs


It promises to be another exciting afternoon in the Premier League with Chelsea, Leicester, Newcastle and more in action.

The Blues host the Foxes at Stamford Bridge in the standout game of six 3pm kick-offs where the bottom of the table looks set to take centre stage.

Watford and Southampton meet in a battle between two teams at the bottom of the form table while West Brom will go in search of Alan Pardew’s first league win against Brighton.

We will have all the latest updates from around the grounds right here so don’t touch that dial.

Follow the latest in our live blog…

Live Updates

9′ – Chance for Leicester!
Ben Chilwell skips past Gary Cahill down the left wing before squaring the ball to Shinji Okazaki, who puts the ball over from just six yards out! 
Moments later Jamie Vardy sends a first-time finish into the side-netting after another good pass by Chilwell.
The visitors have started really well here.

5′ – Not too much to report on from the opening five minutes at Stamford Bridge. Victor Moses tried his luck with an early shot from distance but teammate Marcos Alonso inadvertently blocked the ball and Leicester cleared the danger.

GOAL ALERT! West Brom 1-0 Brighton (Evans, 4)

1′ – We are underway at Stamford Bridge!

Kick-off in today’s 3pm games is just 10 minutes away. A win for Chelsea at Stamford Bridge will see them move ahead of Manchester United and into second place in the table, while a surprise victory for Leicester will see them move to within a point of seventh-placed Burnley.

West Ham’s Javier Hernandez warms up ahead of the Hammers’ clash with Huddersfield

Here’s a reminder of today’s 3pm kick-offs in the Premier League:
  • Chelsea vs Leicester
  • Crystal Palace vs Burnley
  • Huddersfield vs West Ham
  • Newcastle vs Swansea
  • Watford vs Southampton
  • West Brom vs Brighton
Our primary focus here will be Chelsea vs Leicester but we’ll also be chucking in goal updates from the day’s other five games.

Fans arrive at Stamford Bridge ahead of Chelsea vs Leicester

Morata confident of ending goal drought

Alvaro Morata is without a goal in four games for Chelsea but the Spaniard is confident that he will emerge from his rut sooner rather than later.
Speaking ahead of today’s game against Leicester at Stamford Bridge, Morata said: “It’s difficult to get something here (for opposition teams) and between now and the end of the season we need to win even more games at our home.
“I hope today I can score and help the team. As long as I keep working and trying the goal will arrive and the bad period will end.
“It’s an important game, we are third but we want to finish higher up the table so we need to win our games.”

Swansea boss Carlos Carvalhal speaks to his players ahead of his side’s clash with Newcastle

Conte: I won’t quit Chelsea in the summer

Earlier this week Antonio Conte reiterated his commitment to Chelsea as he insisted he will not walk away from the club at the end of the season. 
There has been speculation that Conte will leave the club in the summer but the Blues’ Italian boss says the only way he will leave is if he is sacked.
“Everything is possible but I have another year of contract and in this case I think the club has to decide to send me away,” Conte said. “We are not talking about my work. The history of Chelsea is very clear. It is normal for the manager of the club to have this situation. If you won last season the League and reached the final of the FA Cup, this is the history of this club for the manager.
“I am fully committed to Chelsea, to work with my players to try also to improve the club in the football aspect. I am fully committed in this and I am happy in what I am doing now and what I did in the past. But I am more happy in what I am doing now.”
Antonio Conte has no intention of voluntarily leaving Chelsea

West Brom vs Brighton team news

Watford vs Southampton team news

Newcastle vs Swansea team news

Huddersfield vs West Ham team news

Crystal Palace vs Burnley team news

Chelsea vs Leicester team news

Good afternoon and welcome to The Independent‘s live coverage of the Premier League.
There are six 3pm kick-offs for us this afternoon with Chelsea’s clash with Leicester the standout.
We will have all the latest from Stamford Bridge for you right here plus the best thrills and spills from around the other grounds for you right here.
Team news coming up shortly so away we go.

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