Republic of Ireland goalkeeper Darren Randolph made an unexpected start for West Ham as late goals by Angelo Ogbonna and Michail Antonio secured a 3-1 Premier League victory for the Hammers at relegated West Bromwich Albion to move them closer to securing a Europa League spot.

Randolph replaced Lukasz Fabianski in the line-up after the West Ham number one suffered an injury in the warm-up.

The London side did not make the best of starts as Declan Rice struck the post with a penalty in the opening minute.

The visitors then fell behind after 27 minutes when Matheus Pereira's corner went in off Tomas Soucek.

Soucek made amends, however, by equalising in first-half stoppage time.

Ireland goalkeeper Darren Randolph could not keep out Tomáš Soucek's own goal

Ogbonna bundled West Ham in front in the 82nd minute before Antonio wrapped up the points six minutes later.

West Ham moved into sixth spot on 62 points, three ahead of Tottenham Hotspur and Everton, with one game left.

One point against Southampton on Sunday would secure West Ham a place in next season's Europa League.

Joe Willock was urged to make his stay at Newcastle United permanent after he scored in a sixth successive Premier League game to hand the Magpies a 1-0 victory over Sheffield United.

On a night when Allan Saint-Maximin turned in a virtuoso performance to mesmerise the relegated Blades' defence, the 10,000 members of the Toon Army allowed into St James' Park for the first time since February last year implored the 21-year-old Arsenal loanee in song to make Tyneside his home next season.

They also made their feelings clear about owner Mike Ashley and the Premier League as the club's takeover saga rumbles on, but in the main they celebrated a win which took the club to 42 points, two fewer than they managed last season with a game to go.

Joe Willock has enjoyed a positive loan spell at Newcastle

Everton ended a miserable run of home form to keep their slim hopes of European football alive and give 6,500 returning fans something to cheer about as they edged out Wolves 1-0 at Goodison Park.

Richarlison's 48th-minute header separated the sides on the night, giving Everton a first home win in six and only a second win in 10, though it was not one that came easily.

Coupled with Tottenham's home defeat to Aston Villa, the win keeps Everton in the mix for Europa League football, although a far inferior goal difference and final-day trip to Manchester City still leaves them as outsiders.

Richarlison's goal earned the Toffees a rare home win

Everton began the night with only five home wins all season, two of those coming in December when 2,000 fans were allowed in to back-to-back wins over Arsenal and Chelsea, and the returning faithful helped them complete their first league double over Wolves in 45 years.

They did it despite the absence of James Rodriguez - yet to play in front of a Goodison crowd as he was absent due to what manager Carlo Ancelotti said was fatigue.