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Tottenham squander points in top-four race, Leeds out of bottom three

LONDON : Tottenham Hotspur's hopes of a top-four finish in the Premier League suffered a dent as Southampton earned a last-gasp 3-3 home draw with a James Ward-Prowse penalty that would have been cheered in Newcastle on Saturday.

Antonio Conte's side looked set to move into third place as goals by Harry Kane and Ivan Perisic put them 3-1 ahead with around 15 minutes of normal time left on the clock.

But bottom club Southampton battled back to salvage a point in their quest to beat the drop.

A big day at the foot of the table saw Leeds United move out of the relegation zone with a 4-2 victoty at fellow-strugglers Wolverhampton Wanderers while second-from-bottom Bournemouth came down to earth after last week's defeat of Liverpool as they went down 3-0 at Aston Villa.

Leicester City snapped a run of four consecutive league defeats to draw 1-1 at Brentford.

Fourth-placed Tottenham have 49 points from 28 games with Newcastle United, who benefitted from a stoppage-time penalty to beat Nottingham Forest on Friday, have 47 points having played two games less.

At the bottom, Southampton have 23 points from 28 games. Bournemouth on 24 from 27 along with West Hm United who dropped into the relegation zone courtesy of Leeds United's impressive win at Wolves. Everton, who were playing Chelsea in the late kickoff are next on 25 points, the same total as Leicester.

Tottenham may come to rue the day they allowed Southampton a relegation lifeline.

Withoput playing that well they were in control thanks to Kane and Perisic but allowed Theo Walcott to score his first goal for two years to make it 3-2.

Tottenham substitute Pape Sarr was then adjudged in the 90th minute to have fouled Ainsley Maitland-Niles as he attempted to hack clear a bouncing