English Premier League

It’s (now) a three way tie at the top of the English Premier League.


1. Chelsea – 13 points
2. Liverpool – 13 points
3. Manchester United – 13 points
4. Brighton – 12 points
5. Manchester City – 10 points
6. Everton – 10 points
7. Tottenham – 9 points
8. West Ham United – 8 points
9. Brentford – 8 points
10. Aston Villa – 7 points
11. Watford – 6 points
12. Leicester City – 6 points
13. Arsenal – 6 points
14. Crystal Palace – 5 points
15. Southampton – 4 points
16. Wolves – 3 points
17. Leeds United – 3 points
18. Newcastle United – 2 points
19. Burnley – 1 points
20. Norwich City – 0 points

Chelsea is top of the Premier League table after five rounds with a similar record as Liverpool who are in second place due to alphabetical order.
Manchester United is in third; same points as the two teams above them.
Brighton is the unfamiliar face in the top 4 after their victory against Leicester City.

Chelsea and Liverpool moved above Manchester United in the standings after the completion of the 5th round, but all three are on equal points.
The leading 4 became leading three after Everton’s defeat against Aston Villa. Everton dropped two positions to 6th.
Despite consecutive (3-0) defeats, Tottenham stayed in 7th place.
Tottenham and West Ham stayed stagnant in their position from the last round.
Brentford moved up a position to 9th after an away win against Wolves.

The gap between Manchester City and the top four grew by 2+ points because of their failure to get the maximum points against Southampton.

Arsenal moved up three positions with a victory against Burnley. They are 13th in the standings and a point away from being in the top half.

Newcastle used a point against Leeds to move up a position, but they remain in the relegation zone with Burnley and Norwich City.

Three players leading the scoring chart in the league with 4 goals each.
Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United)
Michail Antonio (West Ham)
Mohamed Salah (Liverpool)


Newcastle 1-1 Leeds
Wolves 0-2 Brentford
Burnley 0-1 Arsenal
Liverpool 3-0 Crystal Palace
Manchester City 0-0 Southampton
Norwich 1-3 Watford
Aston Villa 3-0 Everton
Brighton 2-1 Leicester City
West Ham 1-2 Manchester United
Tottenham 0-3 Chelsea

Everton’s first defeat of the new season came in a 10-minute window of the second half. Aston Villa doubled the wins in the league while handing Everton their first defeat of the season.

Liverpool has scored three goals in each of their last three competitive matches. They added three points to their tally after a 3-0 win against a Crystal Palace team that came to the game on the back of a 3-0 victory against Tottenham.

David De Gea’s late penalty save protected Jesse Lingard’s winning goal for Manchester United to leave London with a 2-1 victory against West Ham.

The goals came from Chelsea’s defensive players to get them the three points against Tottenham. Its a consecutive 3-0 defeat in the league for a Tottenham side that was first to get three successive wins in the league this season.

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