English Premier League

The English Premier League after 27 rounds (or so)


Feb 25.
Southampton 2-0 Norwich City

Feb 26.
Leeds 0-4 Tottenham
Brentford 0-2 Newcastle
Brighton 0-2 Aston Villa
Crystal Palace 1-1 Burnley
Manchester United 0-0 Watford
Everton 0-1 Manchester City

Feb 27.
West Ham 1-0 Wolves


Manchester City used a narrow (questionable) win over Everton to open a 6-point lead in the Premier League title race.
Liverpool now has a game in hand while Chelsea has two games in hand.
Manchester United remains top four despite the points dropped against Watford.

Arsenal is 2 points from the ‘top four’ with 3 games in hand to make the push.

Tottenham is 4 games from the top four and has two games to make the push.

In the relegation zone, Burnley and Watford picked up points from a draw in their respective matches but Norwich made no progress.


1| Manchester City (27) – 66 points
2| Liverpool (26) – 60 points
3| Chelsea (25) – 50 points
4| Manchester United (27) – 47 points
5| West Ham United (27) – 45 points
6| Arsenal (24) – 45 points
7| Tottenham Hotspur (25) – 42 points
8| Wolves (26) – 40 points
9| Southampton (26) – 35 points
10| Brighton (26) – 33 points
11| Crystal Palace (27) – 30 points
12| Aston Villa (25) – 30 points
13| Leicester City (23) – 27 points
14| Newcastle United (25) – 25 points
15| Brentford (27) – 24 points
16| Leeds United (26) – 23 points
17| Everton (24) – 22 points
18| Burnley (24) – 21 points
19| Watford (26) – 19 points
20| Norwich City (26) – 17 points


SOUTHAMPTON 2- 0 NORWICH: Norwich suffered a third straight defeat while Southampton deservedly picked up three points with a result that made them unbeaten in their last five league games

LEEDS 0-4 TOTTENHAM: A 4-0 home defeat against Tottenham was Leeds United’s sixth league game without a win while conceding 21 goals and stringing four straight defeats.

BRENTFORD 0-2 NEWCASTLE: Newcastle used a 2-0 win against Brentford to extend their unbeaten run to seven games. [4 wins and 3 draws].

BRIGHTON 0-2 ASTON VILLA: Three defeats in a row for Brighton, while Aston Villa ended a run of three matches without a win and also ended a two-game losing streak.

Manchester City got away with a win against Everton.
Phil Foden scored the only goal of the match in the 82nd minute to get Manchester City the victory but there was a questionable handball call that could’ve changed the outcome.

Tomas Soucek’s goal in the 59th minute decided the game for West Ham.
Back-to-back defeat for Wolves while West Ham got back to their winning ways after successive defeats.

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