Football Results From The Weekend

The Premier League season is edging closer to it’s final weekend and it’s all still very close at the top and bottom of the table. Arsenal and City are fighting it out for the title and three teams are neck and neck, trying to stay in the Premier League for next season. Let’s take a look at all the results.

West Ham United 2-2 Liverpool

Liverpool are all but out of the title race after dropping more points away to West Ham United. Bowen opened the scoring in the 43rd minute with Andy Robertson equalising for Liverpool just 5 minutes later. An own goal from the West Ham keeper Areola put Liverpool into the lead until Antonio evened the scores again in the 77th minute. The Reds are now 5 points away from Arsenal in 3rd place with West Ham 4 points behind Newcastle United in 8th.

Fulham 1-1 Crystal Palace

Fulham welcomed a Crystal Palace side just one place below them in 14th place. Muniz Carvalho put Fulham ahead in the 52nd minute and it looked as though they would seal all three points until the 87th minute when Wharton equalised. Fulham are just three points ahead of Palace in 13th position.

Manchester United 1-1 Burnley

United welcomed relegation fighting Burnley to Old Trafford, still hunting for a top 5 position and qualification for the Champions League next season. They had to wait until the 79th minute to go ahead with a goal from Antony. Burnley fought back to score a penalty in the 87th minute and share the points. United are now 6 points behind Tottenham who have 2 games in hand. Burnley are 2 points from safety in 19th place.

Newcastle United 5-1 Sheffield United

Sheffield United were confirmed as the first team to be relegated back to the Championship this season after a heavy 5-1 defeat to Newcastle at St James’ Park. Sheffield United went a goal up after just 5 minutes through Ahmedhodzic but the lead wouldn’t last long. A brace from Isak and goals from Bruno Guimaraes and Wilson, with an own goal by Osborn sealed the fate of The Blades. Newcastle sit in 7th spot, just a point behind Manchester United in 6th.

Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-1 Luton Town

Wolves put a dent into Luton’s survival chances with a 2-1 win at Molineux. Goals from Hwang Hee-chan and Gomes were enough to seal the victory even after a late goal from Morris for Luton. Wolves are now 1th in the table with Luton in 18th and a point from safety.

Everton 1-0 Brentford

After a huge derby win against Liverpool in mid-week, Everton welcomed a Brentford side that have also struggled for points this season. Gueye broke the deadlock in the 60th minute and the score would finish 1-0, securing Everton’s Premier League status for another season. Brentford drop to 16th place but should be safe of the relegation zone.

Aston Villa 2-2 Chelsea

Villa took a 2-0 first-half lead against Chelsea at Villa Park on Saturday night. An own goal from Cucurella and a 42nd minute goal from Rogers gave Villa a decent lead going in at the break. Chelsea were able to fight back through goals from Madueke and Gallagher. Aston Villa still have the 4th Champions League spot being 7 points ahead of Tottenham who have 3 games in hand. Chelsea find themselves in 9th position and could make a late push for the European spots.

Bournemouth 3-0 Brighton

Bournemouth rose to 10th in the league after a big 3 0 win over Brighton. Goals from Senesi, Unal and Kluivert secured the 3 points at the Vitality Stadium. Brighton remained in 12th spot with The Cherries rising to 10th.

Tottenham Hotspur 2-3 Arsenal

The North London Derby saw Arsenal jump to a 3-0 lead in the first half at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. An own goal from Hojbjerg opened the scoring, with Saka and Havertz giving Arsenal what seemed like an easy second half. Spurs fought back to 3-2 after a mistake from Arsenal keeper David Raya gave Romero the chance to get a goal back. Heung-min Son would score a late 2nd from the penalty spot but Arsenal kept the lead and secured 3 points. The Gunners remain top of the league, just a point ahead of Manchester City who have a game in hand. Spurs stay in 5th, 7 points behind Villa but with 2 games in hand.

Nottingham Forest 0-2 Manchester City

City went to within 1 point of Arsenal with a 2-0 win over Nottingham Forest. Gvardiol gave City the lead in the 32nd minute and Haaland secured the 3 points in the 71st. The Citizens are just 1 point behind Arsenal with a game in hand. Forest find themselves in a precarious position, just a point ahead of 18th place Luton.

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