English Premier League

The English Premier League after 28 rounds. Advantage; Liverpool.


With a game in hand and Manchester City failing to win against Crystal Palace, Liverpool has the opportunity to close the gap at the top down to a point.

If Liverpool wins their remaining games, they will become the Premier League champions.

Arsenal has enough games to go for a top-three finish.

Leeds United helped their relegation fight with a win against a Norwich City side that is bound to be relegated.
Everton has three games in had to help their relegation fight.
Burnley has two games in hand to help their relegation fight.

Toney has 5 goals in his last two games as Brentford
Burnley loses three games in a row to go four games without a win after Ivan Toney scored two goals after the 85th minute to hand Brentford a wins in back-to-back league games from a ‘2-0’ win against Burnley.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s hattrick handed Manchester United the three points at Old Trafford in the 3-2 win over Tottenham.

Kai Havertz’s goal in the 89th minute saved Chelsea from dropping points at home against Newcastle.
The ‘1-0’ score was Newcastle’s first defeat in 10 league matches [6wins 4 draws]

A 1-0 home defeat to Wolves was Everton’s fourth league defeat in a row since beating Leeds United 3-0.

Juan Hernandez’s brace gave Watford a two-goal lead to help his side to a ‘2-1’ win against Southampton.

After a disappointing week, Paris St. Germain. If they could, they would’ve played this game in Bordeaux.
Paris St. German got the three points through three goals and through a tense atmosphere with their home supporters. The home supporters showed their frustration.

Brighton 0-2 Liverpool
Brentford 2-0 Burnley
Manchester United 3-2 Tottenham
Chelsea 1-0 Newcastle
Everton 0-1 Wolves
Leeds 2-1 Norwich
Southampton 1-2 Watford
West Ham 2-1 Aston Villa
Arsenal 2-0 Leicester City
Crystal Palace 0-0 Manchester City


1| Manchester City (29) – 70 points
2| Liverpool (28) – 66 points
3| Chelsea (28) – 59 points
4| Arsenal (26) – 51 points
5| Manchester United (29) – 50 points
6| West Ham United (29) – 48 points
7| Wolves (29) – 46 points
8| Tottenham Hotspur (27) – 45 points
9| Aston Villa (28) – 36 points
10| Southampton (29) – 35 points
11| Crystal Palace (29) – 34 points
12| Leicester City (26) – 33 points
13| Brighton (28) – 33 points
14| Newcastle United (28) – 31 points
15| Brentford (29) – 30 points
16| Leeds United (29) – 26 points
17| Everton (26) – 22 points
18| Watford (29) – 22 points
19| Burnley (27) – 21 points
20| Norwich City (29) – 17 points


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