Chelsea extend lead at the top, United leave it late
- Chelsea beat Stoke 4-2 for 13th successive win
- Manchester United in late fightback to sink Boro 2-1
- Slimani scores as Leicester overcome West Ham 1-0
Sunderland have 14 points, two more than Swansea and one more than Hull City, who moved off the bottom with a 2-2 draw against Everton on Friday.
In the remaining weekend fixtures on Sunday, fourth-placed Arsenal have a London derby at home to Crystal Palace and fifth-placed Tottenham visit Watford.