Tottenham relegate Burnley, West Ham leave Luton on brink: Premier League – live

Tottenham relegate Burnley, West Ham leave Luton on brink: Premier League – live

We’re ten minutes into the key Serie A clash between Napoli and Bologna, it’s 0-0.

Championship semi-finals

Hamilton Academical 3-2 Alloa Athletic

(Agg 5-4)

Inverness CT 1-0 Montrose

(Agg 1-0)

League One semi-finals

Peterhead 1-5 Spartans 5

(Agg 2-7)

Stirling Albion 0-0 Dumbarton 0

(Agg 1-2)

League Two finals (first leg)

East Kilbride 2-2 Stranraer

(Agg 2-2)

Top six

Hearts 3-0 Dundee

St Mirren 0-1 Kilmarnock

Bottom six

Livingston 2-1 St Johnstone

Ross County 1-5 Motherwell

Bournemouth 1-2 Brentford

Newcastle 1-1 Brighton

Tottenham 2-1 Burnley

West Ham 3-1 Luton Town

Wolves 1-3 Crystal Palace

Luton all-but down too, relegation will be confirmed if Nottingham Forest get a positive result in the 5.30pm KO.

All over at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and the Clarets are down. They lead here, but Spurs roared back and that is it for Vincent Kompany’s men.

That seals it! Wissa is slipped in inside the box and fires home, great finish.

As it stands both Burnley and Luton (albeit not mathematically) are going down today.

He can put that mask back on now! The striker gets his goal with a looping header.

We’ve had two goals ruled out and a penalty called back for an offside but now we have a goal.

Naouirou Ahamahama picks up a second yellow card and Palace will have to see this out with 10 men.

What’s Micky van de Ven doing there? The centre back finds himself upfield and picks up the ball before undertaking a mazy run across the top of the box, he checks back and squeezes a shot past a wrong-footed Muric.

80min: Another big chance for Spurs, this time it’s Sarr. The midfielder moves on to his shot from just inside the box but Muric reads it and makes the save.

Surely all over for the Hatters now, they’ve been brave this season but not solid enough at the back to survive.

78min: How has Johnson missed that? Son cruises into the box and gets the ball across goal, Brennan Johnson is sliding in but can’t connect from less than a yard out at the back post.

In Scotland, East Kilbride have levelled to make it 2-2 against Stranraer, Livingston have equalised against St Johnstone and Spartans are now 5-1 up at Peterhead.

With the home side gambling to find an equaliser, Olise and Eze combine to strike a killer blow. Olise the architect and Eze the beneficiary.

68min: Joelinton, Harvey Barnes and Almiron are on for Newcastle. Longstaff, Isak and Murphy withdrawn.

VAR has a look and rules that Hwang was onside!

Bad to worse for Luton as Tomas Soucek puts the Hammers ahead with a fabulous first-time volley from the edge of the box. Luton failing to clear their lines.

Disallowed goal at Molineux as Wolves think they’re back in the game. Matheus Cunha fires home at the end of a nice passing move, but Hwang Hee-chan was flagged as off-side earlier in the move.

Update from Scotland, Inverness now lead Montrose 1-0 in their Championship playoff, Spartans are 3-1 up at Peterhead and Stranraer lead 2-1 in the League Two final.

60min: Maddison, who was booked earlier in the half, should have Spurs ahead but can’t beat Murić with his low shot. That chance comes just after Burnley hit bar with a looping Fofano header. More goals to come here for sure.

Bowen surges down the West Ham right and shoots low, Kaminski saves but it falls to Ward-Prowse but he rifles home. A reminder, the Hatters have to win if they want to stay up.

54min: Porro has a chance for a second, slipped in by Son the full-back slams a shot into the side netting.

Substitution at St James’ Park, goalscorer Veltman has gone off and Tariq Lamptey has come on. Unless the Dutchman is injured you have to think that is try and matchup Gordon’s pace.

Second halves underway across the Premier League (and elsewhere, of course).

The teams are coming back out for the second halves, action shortly.

Joshua Hardie is making me feel better about myself:

I’m not sure I agree with the idea this is a beachcombers meet and your commentary devalued. It seems to be more of an on the bench weekend. When there isn’t much for many teams to play for, but 89% of Fantasy Premier League players have bench boosted and had desperate throws of the dice for those mythical differentials. So every pass, assist, bonus point by Dunk is vital to make him worth the risk over Burn.

I triple captained and didn’t bench boost. Now I feel even more like a fool.

And now we hear from the man himself:

Nervous times for some clubs in the Scottish playoffs. Inverness, who played in the Scottish Cup final less than a year ago, are currently 0-0 on aggregate with Montrose at half time in the second leg of their play-off, and will drop down to Scottish League One if they lose today. And Stranraer, the third oldest club in Scotland after Queen’s Park and Kilmarnock, are drawing 1-1 at half time with Lowland League champions East Kilbride in the pyramid playoff, though they at least still have the second leg at home next week.

A bit of Simon McMahon love from Bogdan Kotarlic via email:

As someone who really likes Scottish football I am very grateful to Simon McMahon for his emails. Every weekend I read his short but extremelly interesting and witty reports. Also, it helps that this football season has been exciting in Scotland. Thank Simon, once again!


Hamilton Academical 2-1 Alloa Athletic

(Agg 4-3)

Inverness CT 0-0 Montrose

(Agg 0-0)

League One

Peterhead 0-2 Spartans

(Agg 1-4)

Stirling Albion 0-0 Dumbarton

(Agg 1-2)

Scottish League Two final

East Kilbride 1-1 Stranraer

Top six

Hearts 1-0 Dundee

St Mirren 0-1 Kilmarnock 1

Bottom six

Livingston 0-1 St Johnstone

Ross County 1-2 Motherwell

Bournemouth 0-0 Brentford

Everton 1-0 Sheffield United

Newcastle 1-1 Brighton

Tottenham 1-1 Burnley

West Ham United 0-1 Luton Town

Wolves 0-2 Crystal Palace

Newcastle are level and Anthony Gordon is the architect here. The winger doesn’t get the assist, but he penetrates the Brighton backline and finds room in the box before sliding it to Lewis Hall who squares it to Longstaff to tap home.

Uh oh Alloa! Hamilton have come from 0-1 down to lead 2-1 and now the away side’s Morgyn Neill has been sent off for foul and abusive language.

Tough look for Solanke with that disallowed goal, he pulled on this mask to celebrate. Facepalm.

41min: Huge chance for Enciso to double lead, Welbeck releases Adingra down the Brighton left. The Ivorian clips a cross over to Enciso but his header is poor and doesn’t trouble Dubravka.

In the Scottish playoffs, Hamilton have equalised the match and the tie against Alloa, while Spartan now lead 2-0 at Peterhead.

Right, amongst that flurry goals Bournemouth also had one disallowed. Dominic Solanke thought he’d scored but VAR intervened after a handball in the buildup.

Pedro Porro marauds forward from right back, no one closes him down and he fires home.

In on the beach news, Abdoulaye Doucouré has Everton ahead. Sean Dyche won manager of the month for April, that completely passed me by.