English Premier League

The English Premier League after Round 7 – The top four teams remain as expected on paper but the gap is too close to call a favorite.


Since ‘Liverpool vs Manchester couldn’t produce a winner, Chelsea moved to the top of the table with their win against Southampton.
Liverpool and Manchester City dropped a position; Liverpool to 2nd and Manchester City to 3rd.
Manchester United, Everton, and Brighton kept their position by picking up a point each from their respective games.
Brentford moved up two spots to 7th after getting against West Ham.
Tottenham is back in the top half of the league table; jumping from 11th to 8th.

Norwich City remains bottom of the table but made sure all 20 teams in the Premier League have a point on the table.

Newcastle replaced Leeds in the relegation zone.

1. Chelsea – 16 points
2. Liverpool – 15 points
3. Manchester City – 14 points
4. Manchester United – 14 points
5. Everton – 14 points
6. Brighton – 14 points
7. Brentford – 12 points
8. Tottenham Hotspur – 12 points
9. West Ham United – 11 points
10. Aston Villa – 10 points
11. Arsenal – 10 points
12. Wolves – 9 points
13. Leicester City – 8 points
14. Crystal Palace – 7 points
15. Watford – 7 points
16. Leeds United – 6 points
17. Southampton – 4 points
18. Burnley – 3 points
19. Newcastle United – 3 points
20. Norwich City – 1 point

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

Yerry Mina thought he had scored a late winner for Everton to steal the win at Old Trafford but it was offside. Manchester United dropped points in successive league games. The best Manchester United could do after defeat to Aston Villa was take a point against Everton. The two teams came into the game with identical records and equal points accumulated, and it stayed that way.

A goalless draw with Burnley handed Norwich City their first point of the season. Both teams remain without a win after 7 matches.

Ben Chilwell conceded a penalty to allow Southampton to get an equalizing goal in the 61st minute but went on to score the final goal of the match to help Chelsea bounce back from defeat against Manchester City with 3-1 win against Southampton. Chelsea found the winning goals against a 10-man Southampton to seal the three points. James Ward-Prowse scored from the penalty spot to get Southampton on even terms but went on to pick up a red card in the 77th minute to leave his team with a numerical disadvantage that might have contributed to their defeat. Southampton remains without a win in 7 matches.

Diego Llorente’s goal got Leads to their first win of the season.

Hee-Chan Hwang’s goals got Wolves the win against Newcastle. Wolves made it consecutive wins in the league.

Arsenal followed a North London derby win with a goalless draw against Brighton. The result ended Arsenal’s run of three wins and also kept them 4 points off Brighton.

Back-to-back ‘2-2’ draws for Leicester City against teams that they would feel to have had the advantage. Leicester City blew a two-goal first-half lead to allow Crystal Palace a point at home.

A run of three league defeats was ended by Tottenham after a 2-1 victory against Aston Villa. The result shot Tottenham two points above Aston Villa in the standings.

Joan Wissa scored the final goal of the match for Brentford in consecutive league matches. Joan Wissa’s goal against Liverpool earn Brentford a point but this one got Brentford a win. Brentford moved a point above West Ham after a 2-1 away win.

Mohamed Salah scored and assisted to give Liverpool a lead (on two occasions) that didn’t last to get them a win against Manchester City. After a goalless first half that was dominated by Manchester City, 4 goals were evenly shared in the second half to keep the gap between the two most recent league champions at a point. Liverpool remained the only team in the league unbeaten after 7 rounds.

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