Leaders Liverpool move nine points clear at top
Liverpool romped nine points clear at the top of the Premier League after thrashing Arsenal 5-1 at Anfield and are 4-7 from 8-11 to claim the title.
The Gunners took a shock lead through Ainsley Maitland-Niles, although Liverpool's reaction was fantastic with Roberto Firmino bagging a quickfire double before Sadio Mane made it three and Mohamed Salah effectively ended the contest from the spot.
Firmino completed his hat-trick with a penalty in the second half and the pressure is on champions Manchester City, who have ten points to find on the Merseysiders and are 15-8 to retain the title.
Second-placed Tottenham were rocked by a Wolves comeback as Spurs drifted to 25-1 to win the Premier League following a 3-1 loss at Wembley.
Wolves, 19-2 for maximum points, trailed at the break after Harry Kane had broken the deadlock but Wanderers produced a stirring second-half show to blitz Spurs with three goals in the final 20 minutes.
Willy Boly equalised, Raul Jimenez put Wolves ahead and substitute Helder Costa sealed a superb triumph.
Fulham are out to 4-5 with Hills to be relegated after a crucial 1-0 success over rock-bottom Huddersfield, who are are 1-5 to go down.
Aboubakar Kamara's late penalty miss had looked to prove costly for the Cottagers until Aleksandar Mitrovic netted an injury-time winner.
There was also last-gasp drama at the King Power, where Cardiff's Victor Camarasa scored a wonderful winner as the Welsh side beat Leicester 1-0. James Maddison had earlier missed a penalty for the Foxes with Cardiff pushed out to 6-5 with Betfair to be relegated.
Brighton were 1-0 victors over Everton and Newcastle grabbed a 1-1 draw at Watford.
There is a fascinating title race developing in the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership after Rangers beat Celtic 1-0 at Ibrox to leave the top four separated by just three points.
The Old Firm are locked together at the summit on 42 points with Celtic 1-5 for the title and Rangers at 100-30.