And so I'll take a breather. I'm back for Leicester v Tottenham. Bye for now!
Jacob Steinberg reports from the London Stadium:
West Ham climbed into the top half after a brilliant comeback won three consecutive wins for the first time since December 2016 in the Premier League. Wonderful strikes by Felipe Anderson and Robert Snodgrass, combined with a vintage wild animal by Javier Hernández, were enough to score for the first time under Manuel Pellegrini.
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Ben Fisher has submitted his Cardiff report:  Ralph Hasenhüttl took the job in Southampton after charging the batteries in the Austrian Alps for six months. The defeat, however, provided a shattering reminder of the mountain his new team must climb to avoid relegation. A costly defensive error from Jannik Vestergaard's gift pack Cardiff was a deserved victory. Callum Paterson finished 16 minutes from time with a compact finish. Southampton are now in 14 games without a win, having won four of his last 41 games, leaving only one goal difference off the table.