Domestic Leagues

Premier League – Round 29


Top Four

1. Chelsea
2. Tottenham Hotspur
3. Manchester City
4. Liverpool

Bottom Four

17. Swansea City
18. Hull City
19. Middlesbrough
20. Sunderland


Goals Scored:: 28


March 18, 2017

West Bromwich Albion   3-1  Arsenal

Craig Dawson 12’ 75’                              Alexis Sanchez 15’
Hal Robson-Kanu 55’

West Bromwich Albion v Arsenal - Premier League : News Photo

Arsenal has won 1 of their last five league matches.

West Bromwich Albion piled the pressure on Arsenal when they delivered to them a second league defeat in a row.   

In their latest 7 matches, Arsenal has lost 5 and won 2. Arsenal recent victories have come in the FA Cup against opposition that is not included in the top tier of the football pyramid.(Sutton United and Lincoln City).

The victory allowed West Bromwich Albion to move closer to the top 7 in the league standings.


Crystal Palace      1-0         Watford

Troy Deeney 68’(o.g)

2017 Premier League Football Crystal Palace v Watford Mar 18th : News Photo

A home victory for Crystal Palace was enough to get them out of the relegation zone for at least another round.


Everton               4-0        Hull City

Dominic Calvert-Lewin 9’
Enner Valencia 78’
Romelu Lukaku 90’+1’, 90’+4’

2017 Premier League Football Everton v Hull City Mar 18th : News Photo

Three late goals gave Everton a comprehensive victory over relegation-zoned Hull City. Romelu Lukaku added two more goals to his record for Everton


Stoke City            1-2         Chelsea

Jonathan Walters 38’ (pen)           Willian 13’
                                                           Gary Cahill 87’

2017 Premier League Football Stoke City v Chelsea Mar 18th : News Photo

Gary Cahill scored late to give Chelsea all three points against Stoke City.

Chelsea can’t be kept from a win in the Premier League.  Another win to see Chelsea move confidently towards the league title.

Sunderland     0-0    Burnley

Sunderland remained at the bottom of the table after getting a point at home against Burnley.


West Ham United      2-3     Leicester City

Manuel Lanzini 20’                              Riyad Mahrez 5’
Andre Ayew 63’                                     Robert Huth 7’
                                                                 Jamie Vardy 38’

West Ham United v Leicester City - Premier League : News Photo

A post-Ranieri Leicester City is undefeated and recorded a fourth consecutive victory in all competition and a first win away in the 2016/17 Premier League season.


AFC Bournemouth       2-0    Swansea City

Alfie Mawson (o.g)
Benik Afobe 72’

2017 Premier League Football Bournemouth v Swansea Mar 18th : News Photo

Swansea City was left sitting just above the relegation zone after suffering a consecutive league defeat away from home.

March 19, 2017

Middlesbrough    1-3    Manchester United

Rudy Gestede 77’                     Marouane Fellaini 30’
                                                    Jesse Lingard 62’
                                                    Antonio Valencia 90’+3’

Middlesbrough v Manchester United - Premier League : News Photo

It was a ‘Zlatanless’ and ‘Pogbaless’ league victory for Manchester United.

A victory at Middlesbrough allowed Manchester United moved up to 5th place in the league standings after spending over 100 days in 6th place.


Tottenham Hotspur     2-1     Southampton

Christian Eriksen 14’                              James Ward-Prowse 52’
Dele Alli 33’(pen)


Southampton made it interesting when they pulled a goal back in the second half, but Dele Alli’s penalty gave Tottenham a home victory to try and keep up with Chelsea at the top of the table.


Manchester City    1-1           Liverpool

Sergio Aguero 69’               James Milner 51’(pen)


It was an even contest between Manchester City and Liverpool. Both teams had their chances to take all three points, but a point was what both sides deserved from their performances.


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