|2. Tottenham Hotspur|
|4. Manchester City|
|17. Swansea City|
|18. Hull City|
May 12, 2017
Everton 1-0 Watford
Ross Barkley 56’
A single goal in the second-half gave Everton a victory over Watford while ending a 2-match losing streak.
West Bromwich Albion 0-1 Chelsea
Michy Batshuayi 82’
CHELSEA has done it! The 2016/17 Premier League Champions!!
Antonio Conte and his men have done it with two matches to spare!!
Chelsea is the 2016/17 Premier League Champions.
Chelsea and fans went to the Hawthorns to party. A victory was all they needed to wrap the season up.
It took a while but in the final 10 minutes of regulation time, Chelsea got the winning goal and the league title.
May 13, 2017
Manchester City 2-1 Leicester City
David Silva 29’ Shinji Okazaki 42’
Gabriel Jesus 36’(pen)
Manchester City got the bigger portion of the three goals scored in the first-half to grab an important victory over Leicester City.
The victory puts Manchester City in the driving seat for a direct qualification to the 2017/18 UEFA Champions League competition.
AFC Bournemouth 2-1 Burnley
Junior Stanislas 25’ Sam Vikes 83’
Joshua King 85’
There wasn’t a lot at stake for these two mid-table teams. Joshua King scored to reinstall Bournemouth lead and handed his team a home victory over Burnley.
Middlesbrough 1-2 Southampton
Patrick Bamford 72’ Jay Rodriquez 42’
Nathan Redmond 57’
It was a back-to-back defeat to London teams as relegated Middlesbrough was beaten at home by Southampton.
Sunderland 0-2 Swansea City
Fernando Llorente 9’
Kyle Naughton 45’+3’
Relegated Sunderland was defeated at home by a Swansea City side the is in a fight for their safety in the Premier League.
Luckily for Swansea City, Watford, Burnley, and Stoke City, Crystal Palace secured them safety after defeating Hull City.
Stoke City 1-4 Arsenal
Peter Crouch 67’ Olivier Giroud 42’ 80’
Mesut Ozil 55’
Alexis Sanchez 76’
They are doing their part and hoping that other result will see them finish in the top four.
Arsenal continues to put pressure on the top four after three consecutive league victories.
May 14, 2017
Crystal Palace 4-0 Hull City
Wilfried Zaha 3’
Christian Benteke 34’
Luka Milivojevic 85’(pen)
Patrick van Aanholt 90’
Crystal Palaced secured safety and relegated Hull City.
Hull City joins Middlesbrough as the two promoted clubs that could only enjoy a season at the top flight.
West Ham United 0-4 Liverpool
Daniel Sturridge 35’
Philippe Coutinho 57’ 61’
Divock Origi 76’
With Arsenal beating Stoke City to put pressure on Liverpool’s place in the top four, Liverpool needed this victory to keep themselves in the driving seat as we head to the final day of the league.
Liverpool currently sits in third place in the standings but their place in the league standings will change if fourth place Manchester City wins their match in hand.
Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 Manchester United
Victor Wanyama 6’ Wayne Rooney 71’
Harry Kane 48’
A perfect goodbye to White Hart Lane.
It was back to back North London defeats and league defeats for Manchester United.
Tottenham gave White Hart Lane a perfect goodbye and finish the 2016/17 Premier League season with an undefeated home record.