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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:: 31

 

Premier League

 

April 4, 2017

Burnley                 1-0       Stoke City

George Boyd 58’

 

Burnley got their first league win in eight matches while handing Stoke City a third consecutive league defeat.

 

Leicester City           2-0        Sunderland

Islam Slimani 69’
Jamie Vardy 78’

 

Leicester City continues their incredible run by picking up a fifth straight league victory against bottom table Sunderland.

 

Watford                  2-0          West Bromwich Albion

Mbaye Niang 13’
Troy Deeney 49’

 

West Bromwich Albion escaped defeat to Arsenal and Manchester United just to fall to Watford.

 

Manchester United        1-1         Everton

Zlatan Ibrahimovic 90’+4’            Phil Jagielka 22’

 

A late penalty allowed Manchester United to continue their undefeated run. But the points dropped against Everton drops down to the 6th position in the league standings.

 

April 5, 2017

Arsenal                3-0           West Ham United

Mesut Ozil 58’
Theo Walcott 68’
Olivier Giroud 83’

 

It was 7 straight league matches without a victory and 5 straight losses for West Ham United.

Arsenal got their first league victory in three league matches against West Ham United.

 

Hull City              4-2         Middlesbrough

Lazar Markovic 14’             Alvaro Negredo 5’
Baye Oumar Niasse 27’     Marten De Roon 45’+1’
Harry Maguire 70’

 

Harry Maguire scored the only goal in the second half to give Hull City a home victory over Middlesbrough in a 6-goal thriller.

 

Swansea City         1-3       Tottenham Hotspur

Wayne Routledge 11’          Dele Alli 88’
                                             Heung-Min Son 90’+1’
                                             Christian Eriksen 90’+4’

 

Tottenham scored three late goals to overturn an early goal deficit to win away against Swansea City.

 

Southampton        3-1         Crystal Palace

Nathan Redmond 45’          Christian Benteke 31’
Maya Yoshida 84’
James Ward-Prowse 85’

 

Two late goals allowed Southampton to come from a goal down to grab a win against Crystal Palace.

 

Chelsea           2-1           Manchester City

Eden Hazard 10’ 35’         Sergio Aguero 26’

 

Despite dominating other areas of the match, Manchester City couldn’t find a win in a consecutive away fixture.

 

Chelsea made a major move towards the league title after Eden Hazard scored a brace to give Chelsea an important win over Manchester City.

 

Liverpool            2-2        AFC Bournemouth

Philippe Coutinho 40’       Benik Afobe 7’
Divock Origi 59’              Joshua King 87’

 

Joshua King scored late for AFC Bournemouth to deny Liverpool a home victory that would have allowed them to close in on the top two in the league standings.

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