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Late Drama Propels Aston Villa to Second Place, Chelsea Survives Luton's Fightback, and Wolves Dominate Everton

Aston Villa clinched a dramatic 3-2 victory over Burnley with Douglas Luiz's late penalty, securing their second spot in the Premier League.

Villa, recovering from a 2-0 lead loss against Manchester United, took the lead through Leon Bailey in the 28th minute. Despite Burnley's quick equalizer, Moussa Diaby added a second for Villa. Burnley, reduced to 10 men, leveled again, but Luiz's late heroics secured the home win.

Chelsea faced a resilient Luton side and emerged victorious with a 3-2 scoreline. Cole Palmer's brace and Noni Madueke's goal gave Chelsea a comfortable lead, but Ross Barkley and Elijah Adebayo's late goals made for a tense finish. Nevertheless, Chelsea held on for the win, breaking their away victory drought since early November.

Crystal Palace showcased a comeback, defeating Brentford 3-1 at Selhurst Park. Keane Lewis-Potter gave Brentford an early lead, but Michael Olise's double and Eberechi Eze's goal secured Palace's win, ending an eight-match winless streak.

Wolves continued their impressive form with a commanding 3-0 win over Everton at Molineux. Captain Max Kilman, Matheus Cunha, and Craig Dawson were the goal-scorers. The team paid tribute to Mario Lemina by holding up a shirt after the death of his father. Wolves secured their third consecutive win under Gary O'Neil's guidance, with disallowed goals from Hwang Hee-chan and Pedro Neto for offside.

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