Liverpool continued their push for European qualification with a thrilling 3-2 home win over Nottingham Forest.
After a goalless first half, Diogo Jota put Liverpool in front within two minutes of the restart with a close-range header, but Forest equalised less than five minutes later when former Reds player Neco Williams scored his first goal for the club.
Jota netted his second goal, and his fourth in two matches, with a fine chest and volley, yet Forest levelled again through Morgan Gibbs-White’s deflected effort.
The Reds climb to seventh with 50 points, one point behind sixth-placed Aston Villa and six points outside the top four, with rivals Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspur facing each other on Sunday.
Villa leave it late
Villa's five-match winning run came to an end as they drew 1-1 at Brentford.
Villa didn’t give up and levelled in the 87th minute as Douglas Luiz pounced on a loose ball to score at close range.
Unai Emery’s side have 51 points, while Brentford drop to 10th on 44 points.
Leicester win vital duel
But the hosts equalised before half-time with a Kelechi Iheanacho penalty after Jamie Vardy had been fouled by Jose Sa. Leicester completed the turnaround 15 minutes from time as Timothy Castagne guided the ball into the bottom corner from Victor Kristiansen's low cross.
The Foxes' first victory in 10 league matches, in Dean Smith’s first home match in charge, takes them up to 17th with 28 points, six behind 13th-placed Wolves.
Stalemate at Selhurst Park
Palace's Eberechi Eze had a second-half goal ruled out for offside, while the closest the visitors came to a goal was from Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who turned smartly before shooting just wide on his return from injury.
Everton had to play the final 10 minutes with 10 men after Mason Holgate was shown a second yellow card, but held on to take a point.
The draw ends Palace's three-match winning run as they remain in 12th on 37 points, nine clear of Everton and the bottom three.
Leeds lose again
Two more matches on Sunday
There's a double-header on Sunday, with all four teams fighting to qualify for Europe or avoid relegation.