Premiership (England)

Premier League – Round 31

Top Four
1. Chelsea
2. Tottenham Hotspur
3. Liverpool
4. Manchester City
Bottom Four
17. Hull City
18. Swansea City
19. Middlesbrough
20. Sunderland

 

Goals Scored:: 29

 

Premier League

 

April 8, 2017

Tottenham Hotspur    4-0      Watford

Dele Alli 33’

Eric Dier 39’

Heung-Min Son 44’ 55’

Tottenham Hotspur v Watford - Premier League : News Photo

Tottenham did the job in the first-half to secure all three points at home against Watford.  The victory makes Tottenham the closest contender to Chelsea in the final lap of the league title race.

 

Manchester City             3-1         Hull City

Ahmed El Mohamady  31(o.g)   Andrea Ranocchia 85’

Sergio Aguero 48’

Fabian Delph 64’

Manchester City v Hull City - Premier League : News Photo

Manchester City is looking for a Champions League spot and this result should help achieve that goal.  

A victory against Hull brought to Manchester City their first win their last five competitive matches.

 

Middlesbrough          0-0        Burnley

 

Relegation-zoned Middlesbrough could only manage a point in their home fixture against Burnley.  It is looking like recently-promoted Middlesbrough is going to head back to the Championship.

 

Stoke City            1-2         Liverpool

Jonathan Walters 44’       Philippe Coutinho 70’

                                            Roberto Firmino 72’

Stoke City v Liverpool - Premier League : News Photo

Two second-half goals in quick succession brought Liverpool from a goal down to secure an away victory against Stoke City.

 

West Bromwich Albion   0-1    Southampton

                                                   Jordy Clasie 25’

West Bromwich Albion v Southampton - Premier League : News Photo

Southampton got a goal to get an away victory against West Bromwich Albion.  The victory allowed Southampton to cut the gap between the two team down to four points.

 

West Ham United    1-0       Swansea City

Cheikhou Kouyate 44’

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

It was five winless matches for Swansea City after West Ham found a late second-half goal to pick up the victory.

 

AFC Bournemouth      1-3      Chelsea

Joshua King 42’                    Adam Smith 17’(o.g)

                                                Eden Hazard 20’

                                                Marcos Alonso 68’

AFC Bournemouth v Chelsea - Premier League : News Photo

Chelsea gets another victory to march towards the league title.  Marcos Alonso scored the security goal to see the league leaders leave Bournemouth with the maximum points.

 

April 9, 2017

Sunderland             0-3             Manchester United

                                                    Zlatan Ibrahimovic 30’

                                                    Henrik Mkhitaryan 46’

                                                    Marcus Rashford 89’

Sunderland v Manchester United - Premier League : News Photo

It was a comfortable victory for Manchester United against the bottom of the table Sunderland.

Everton                4-2           Leicester City

Tom Davies 1’                      Islam Slimani 4’

Romelu Lukaku 23’ 57’      Marc Albrighton 10’

Phil Jagielka 41’

Everton v Leicester City - Premier League : News Photo

Will Everton crack the Top 6?

Top scorer in the league; Romelu Lukaku added two more goals to his personal tally, while helping Everton get a victory that ended Leicester City’s five-match undefeated run in the league.

 

April 10, 2017

Crystal Palace         3-0           Arsenal

Andros Townsend 17’

Yohan Cabaye 63’

Luka Milivojevic 68’(pen)

Crystal Palace v Arsenal - Premier League : News Photo

Crystal Palace moved six points away from the drop zone and denied Arsenal a chance to include themselves in the top 5

 

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