Wolves claimed a 1-0 win at Everton to increase the pressure on Toffees boss Frank Lampard, while Leeds scored deep in injury time to beat Norwich.
Watford boosted their hopes of staying up with a 2-1 win at Southampton, while West Ham advanced their Champions League qualification hopes with a home win over Aston Villa.
Conor Coady climbed high to head home Ruben Neves’ cross from the right to give Wolves the win at Goodison Park.
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Only goal difference has Everton out of the drop zone.
Leeds boosted their hopes of avoiding the drop with a dramatic 2-1 win over basement side Norwich.
Rodrigo seized on a loose ball at the edge of the box to fire Leeds in front on 14 minutes.
There was controversy as Norwich were awarded a penalty for a challenge by Luke Ayling on Milot Rashica on 75 minutes. Ayling did not appear to get any of the ball, but referee Stuart Attwell changed his initial decision after taking a look at the touchline monitor.
Norwich thought they had snatched a point when Kenny McLean scored in injury time, but Joe Gelhardt climbed off the bench with an even later goal to boost Leeds’ hopes of staying up.
Gelhardt’s close-range finish sent Elland Road wild, but it owed much to Raphina who raced clear, rounded Norwich ‘keeper Tim Krul before coolly cutting the ball back for his team-mate to slot home.
The Whites are now four points clear of the drop zone.
West Ham were 2-1 winners over Aston Villa, and are within two points of Manchester United.
Andriy Yarmolenko put the Hammers in front on 70 with a neat turn and finish, and the Ukrainian broke down in tears when celebrating his goal. It was his first appearance since Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Pablo Fornals grabbed a second on 82 minutes, with Jacob Ramsey’s late goal for Villa counting for little.
Juan Hernandez scored twice as Watford won 2-1 on the road at Southampton to boost their hopes of staying up.
The Hornets remain in the relegation zone but are now level on points with Everton.
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