Wigan Athletic defeated Manchester City at Wembley in the FA Cup final 1-0 through substitute Ben Watson's strike in the 91st minute, earning Wigan their first major trophy in the club's 81-year history.
With Manchester United in a near-unassailable position much of the focus has turned to the hunt for UEFA Champions League berths with second-placed Manchester City visiting Aston Villa and the north London taking centre stage on Sunday.
Demba Ba grabbed a brace against 10-man Wigan to end Newcastle's wait for a Premier League victory.
Scotland and Serbia began their quest to reach Brazil 2014 in frustrating fashion as the pair drew 0-0 at Hampden Park in a match where both sides could have walked away with all three points.
Bolton Wanderers ended an emotional seven days with a vital 2-1 win over Blackburn Rovers, Wigan Athletic recorded a shock victory at Anfield by the same scoreline, while Arsenal, Norwich City, Sunderland and Everton won.
Wigan Athletic crept a little closer to their fellow relegation strugglers after they claimed a rousing 1-1 draw at Norwich City in an open game where both sides could have claimed all three points.