The race for the Epl title gets tougher as Chelsea continue their dominance, while AFC Bournemouth and Sunderland struggles for their survival at the relegation zone. The weekend also saw Spain International Cesc Febregas marking his historical 300th game in the english premier league.

Chelsea 3, Swansea 0

Chelsea midfield maestro Cesc Febregas marked his 300th EPL game with a goal and assist as the London giant humbled Swansea City to extend their lead on the EPL log to 63 points. The encounter saw Cesc Febregas as he became the first Spanish player to attain this milestone in the English Premier League, Febregas scored the opener in the 19th minute.

Later, Swansea forward Fernando Llorente levelled the scoreline for the away side as his effort was the visitor's first shot on target, but a Pedro strike was good enough to put the home side in a comfortable lead before Diego Costa made it the third goal for chelsea thanks to a assist from Eden Hazard making it a convincing victory for Chelsea at the Stamford Bridge.

Everton 2, Sunderland 0

Everton duo, Idrissa Gueye and Romelu Lukaku extended the Toffee's unbeaten streak to nine matches with a comfortable home victory. Gueye opened his Everton account as he scored his first English Premier League goal after being set up by Seamus Coleman's brilliant pass beating Sunderland goalie Jordan Pickford.

To seal up the victory, Everton's forward Romelu Lukaku scored his 17th goal of the season, as he move level with Alexis Sanchez and Duncan Fegurson in the premier league scoring charts. With this result, Everton remain in the 7th spot and four points behind Manchester United while Sunderland are languishing in the EPL bottom

West Bromwich Albion 2, AFC Bournemouth 1

The vital home victory at The Hawthorns saw Westbrom jumped to 40 points.

Bournemouth took the lead in the 5th minutes when Joshua King converted the spot kick after Ryan Fraser was brought down by West Brom's defender Allan Nyom.

But the Baggies wasted no time to struck back as Craig Dawson's long range shot was deflected into the net and later, Gareth McAuley doubled the lead for WestBrom as he tap in the ball from a corner. However, the home side came close again to make it the third goal when Gareth McAuley's header struck the bar. The defeat now leaves the Cherries with just five points above the relegation zone.