Premiership (England)

Premier League – Round 35

 

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:: 16

 

Premier League

May 5, 2017

West Ham United        1-0     Tottenham Hotspur

Manuel Lanzini 65’

West Ham United v Tottenham Hotspur - Premier League : News Photo

West Ham United ended Tottenham’s title ambitions when Manuel Lanzini’s goal for West Ham  in the second half became the only goal of the match.

It is now really Chelsea’s title to lose.

 

May 6, 2017

Manchester City       5-0       Crystal Palace

David Silva 2’
Vincent Kompany 49’
Kevin de Bruyne 59’
Raheem Sterling 82’
Nicolas Otamendi 90’+3’

2017 EPL Premier League football Manchester City v Crystal Palace May 6th : News Photo

An early goal lead and a second half thrashing saw Manchester City gets a home victory that placed the pressure on Crystal Palace in their fight to avoid the drop zone.

 

AFC Bournemouth    2-2     Stoke City

Junior Stanislas 62’                    Lys Mousset 33’(o.g)
Ryan Shawcross 81’(o.g)         Mame Biram Diouf 73’

 

A goal and an own-goal a piece gave Bournemouth and Stoke City a point.  Not a lot is at stake for these two mid table teams, a point should do it for them.

 

Burnley          2-2         West Bromwich Albion

Sam Vokes 56’ 86’                 Jose Salomon Rondon 66’
                                                          Craig Dawson 78’

 

Sam Vokes scored a brace to get Burnley an important point at home against West Brom.  

The point for recently-promoted Burnley should see them contest in the Premier League for at least another season

 

Hull City           0-2        Sunderland

                                                       Billy Jones 69’
                                                     Jermain Defoe 90’+2’

Hull City v Sunderland - Premier League : News Photo

Relegated Sunderland sent Hull City and invited to join them in the Premier League exit.

With nothing left to lose in their season, Sunderland scored two goals to get an away victory over a Hull City side that is in a battle to avoid an early exit back to the EFL Championship.

 

Leicester City     3-0     Watford

Onyinye Ndidi 38’
Riyad Mahrez 58’
Marc Albrighton 90’+3’

Leicester City v Watford - Premier League : News Photo

It was a consecutive league victory for Leicester City as they grabbed maximum points at home against Watford.

 

Swansea City     1-0      Everton

Fernando Llorente 29’

FBL-ENG-PR-SWANSEA-EVERTON : News Photo

Everton suffered a second league defeat in a row and allowed Swansea City to take their survival in the Premier League in their own hands.

 

May 7, 2017

Liverpool           0-0        Southampton

 

In their four meetings in the 2016/17 Premier League season, Liverpool couldn’t manage to score a goal against Southampton.  

The record stands as Southampton (2W, 2D) and Liverpool (2D, 2L).

 

Arsenal               2-0          Manchester United

Granit Xhaka 54’
Danny Welbeck 57’

Arsenal v Manchester United - Premier League : News Photo

Arsenal ended Manchester United’s 25-match undefeated streak. With their match in hand, Arsenal could leap over Manchester United if they are to get a victory.

 

May 8, 2017

Chelsea                    3-0                Middlesbrough

Diego Costa 23’
Marcos Alonso 34’
Nemanja Matic 65’

Chelsea v Middlesbrough - Premier League : News Photo

Middlesbrough gets relegated while Chelsea places one hand on the league title.

Chelsea marched towards the league title with a victory that sent recently-promoted Middlesbrough back to the Championship. 

9 points remain in the season and Chelsea is 7 points clear at the top of the league table. A victory would seal it.

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