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English Premier League table after Saturday’s matches (played, won, drawn, lost, goals for, goals against, points):

Chelsea 21 17 1 3 45 15 52

Tottenham 22 13 7 2 45 16 46

Liverpool 22 13 6 3 51 27 45

Arsenal 21 13 5 3 48 22 44

Man City 22 13 4 5 43 28 43

Man Utd 22 11 8 3 33 21 41

Everton 22 10 6 6 33 23 36

West Brom 22 9 5 8 30 28 32

Stoke 22 7 7 8 28 34 28

West Ham 22 8 4 10 29 36 28

Bournemouth 22 7 5 10 32 39 26

Burnley 21 8 2 11 23 31 26

Southampton 21 6 6 9 19 26 24

Watford 22 6 6 10 25 38 24

Leicester 21 5 6 10 24 34 21

Middlesbrough 22 4 8 10 18 25 20

Swansea 22 5 3 14 26 51 18

Crystal Palace 22 4 4 14 30 41 16

Hull 21 4 4 13 20 45 16

Sunderland 22 4 3 15 20 42 15

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EPL Table: Saturday - s Week 21 Results, Scores and 2017 Premier League Standings, Bleacher Report

EPL Table: Saturday's Week 21 Results, Scores and 2017 Premier League Standings

Arsenal moved into the Premier League's top four on Saturday as they beat Swansea City 4-0 at the Liberty Stadium, while Tottenham Hotspur moved up to second as they did the same against West Bromwich Albion thanks to a Harry Kane hat-trick.

Chelsea got back to winning ways with a 3-0 win away at Leicester City despite missing Diego Costa.

Elsewhere, Hull City and Stoke City enjoyed 3-1 wins over Bournemouth and Sunderland, respectively, and West Ham United eased their troubles with a 3-0 win at home to Crystal Palace.

Burnley beat Southampton 1-0, while Middlesbrough and Watford played out a 0-0 draw.

Here is confirmation of the results and the latest standings:

Saturday Recap

Olivier Giroud's close-range effort after 37 minutes gave Arsenal a lead they perhaps did not deserve at Swansea. The Frenchman continues to prove divisive despite his form, as noted by Bleacher Report UK's James McNicholas:

5 in 5 for Giroud. And I’d probably still drop him. Football is weird.

The Gunners stepped up their performance in the second half quickly and added to their lead, with Jack Cork and Kyle Naughton diverting the goal into their own net from Alex Iwobi's shot and then cross.

Alexis Sanchez's volley from close range made it 4-0. ESPN FC's Mattias Karen reflected on the result:

Comfortable win in the end, but a sharper team than Swansea could have punished Arsenal in first 20 minutes. #SCFCvAFC

Spurs needed just 12 minutes to take the lead as they dominated the Baggies from start to finish, with Kane finding the back of the net after being picked out in space by Christian Eriksen's through ball.

Eriksen's own effort was turned in by Gareth McAuley soon after, and Kane should have added to his tally with six more shots on goal by half-time, which Match of the Day pundits Phil Neville and Alan Shearer noted:

Kane could have had 5 goals already

Could have had five, should have had three! https://t.co/hCYnCmsygp

Kane would score twice more late on, converting Kyle Walker's cross before volleying home a lovely lofted ball from Dele Alli.

Squawka Football captured the numbers behind the striker's sensational outing:

Harry Kane's game by numbers vs. West Brom: 11 shots 3 goals 2 take-ons 2 chances created 1 match ball Top-class striker. 👊 https://t.co/sxzv2ssmyo

Marcos Alonso's brace —with both goals netted in the sixth minute of each half —set Chelsea on their way against a tepid Leicester side, with the Spaniard tucking home from eight yards out before seeing a long-range effort take a fortunate deflection off Wes Morgan to wrong foot Kasper Schmeichel.

Pedro added a third with a header having played a neat one-two with Willian.

Stoke were 3-0 up after just 34 minutes. Marko Arnautovic struck after quarter of an hour, turning in his own rebound after seeing his initial effort kept out by Vito Mannone.

Seven minutes later, Arnautovic completed a sublime team move, evading the Black Cats' defence with one-twos with Xherdan Shaqiri and then Peter Crouch before tucking home.

Crouch added the third with a header before Jermain Defoe finished one-on-one shortly before the break, but Sunderland were unable to mount a comeback. The Daily Mail's Craig Hope believes the Black Cats are in serious danger of going down:

FT: SAFC 1 Stoke 3 - A bit like Sunderland's defending, even the full-time boos were half-hearted. This smacked of relegation.

Junior Stanislas got Bournemouth off to the perfect start at the KCOM Stadium when he converted a penalty just three minutes in after Harry Maguire felled Ryan Fraser, but Abel Hernandez's header ensured the teams would go in level at half-time.

A curling finish from Hernandez put the Tigers in front five minutes after the restart, and Hull sealed the win when Tom Huddlestone's shot deflected in off Tyrone Mings.

West Ham went ahead against Palace thanks to Sofiane Feghouli's first Premier League goal, and two stunning efforts from Andy Carroll and Manuel Lanzini —an acrobatic volley and an exquisite lob —ensured they enjoyed their first win since Boxing Day.

Michail Antonio hailed his team-mate's effort:

Great home win. What a strike by @AndyTCarroll #COYI ⚒ @WestHamUtd @premierleague https://t.co/naN8XD8ks4

There was little to separate Watford and Boro in an uninspiring affair at Vicarage Road, and Burnley and Southampton looked to be heading for the same scoreline until Joey Barton's late free-kick crept in courtesy of a deflection.

The Saints have now lost four games in succession, but with Leicester City and Swansea City comprising their next two league fixtures, they'll have the chance to turn things around in the coming weeks.

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Arsenal: EPL Table Update Following West Brom

EPL Table Update Following Arsenal Away Loss To West Brom Arsenal miss opportunity to take sole possession of first in the EPL Table after massively disappointing loss against West Brom.

After another disappointing result, Arsenal missed another opportunity to become league leaders and slid all the way down to fourth in the EPL Table after both Leicester City and Manchester United won their matches. All was looking good after 28 minutes when Olivier Giroud headed in (because of course Giroud scored another header) a Mesut Ozil free kick (because of course Ozil got another assist).

But within seven minutes, things started to look bleak again for Arsenal as James Morrison volleyed an equalizer past Petr Cech. Things got even worse for Arsenal in the 40th minute of the game when Mikel Arteta put James McClean’s cross into his own net. And if losing to West Brom 2-1 wasn’t humbling enough, Santi Carzola slipped from the penalty spot and skied it David Beckham style over the bar in the 83rd minute of the game to ensure that Arsenal wouldn’t be able to salvage any sort of result.

Oh, and just to add salt to the already colossal wound of injuries that Arsenal has, Francis Coquelin will be out at least two months (possibly three) after suffering a severe knee ligament injury.

Once again, the Arsenal game wasn’t the only game that occurred this weekend as nine other Premier League games were played.

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Troy Deeney tragically went from being the savior of the game to the villain in a span of five minutes for Watford when he equalized with a penalty in the 87th minute of the game before sliding a Bastian Schweinsteiger cross into his own net in injury time. Memphis Depay (who started his first Premier League game since October 4th) scored the opener in the 11th minute, when he volleyed home an Ander Herrera cross.

Chelsea won a rather nervy affair at Stamford Bridge as they defeated Norwich City 1 – 0. Diego Costa scored the game’s only goal in the 64th minute when he finished off Cesc Fabregas’ quickly taken free kick. It was Chelsea’s first win in four premier league contests.

Ross Barkley and Romelu Lukaku both got on the score sheet twice for Everton, as the Toffees demolished a horrendous Aston Villa side at Goodison Park. Villa remain stuck firmly at the bottom of the league with a dismal five points from 13 games. They still haven’t won a game since the opening day of the season when they beat Bournemouth 1 – 0.

Speaking of Bournemouth, they blew a 2-0 lead against Swansea City and only managed to salvage a point at Liberty Stadium. Joshua King and Dan Gosling scored the goals for the visitors, but Andre Ayew’s back heel and Jonjo Shelvey’s penalty made it 2 – 2 at the end of an action-packed first half. Bournemouth continued to dominate possession after the half, but they could not capitalize and remain in the relegation zone, while Swansea stay at 14th.

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Stoke got an important away victory at St Mary’s stadium as Bojan Krkic scored a magnificent goal in the 10th minute after he flicked it in from Erik Pieters’ left wing cross for the game’s first and only goal. Southampton dropped to 8th, as they saw a six-match unbeaten run come to an end.

Congratulations to Jamie Vardy, who now shares the Premier League Record for consecutive goals with Manchester United Legend Ruud van Nistelrooy, by scoring in a 10th consecutive match as Leicester City cruise past Newcastle to take sole possession of 1st place in the EPL Table (who’d have thought?!). Newcastle were thoroughly dominated in an embarrassing 3 – 0 home loss at St James’ Park as Leonardo Ulloa and Shinji Okazaki scored the other two goals for Leicester.

Manchester City also had a rough weekend, as they lost badly to a Liverpool side who have shown signs of vast improvement under new boss Jurgen Klopp. The goal fest began when City defender Eliaquim Mangala put the ball in his own net. Calm finishes from Phillipe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino put the Reds ahead 3 – 0. Sergio Aguero gave City a faint glimmer of hope when he scored a goal right before half time, but Martin Skrtel put the icing on the cake in the 81st minute with a thunderous shot.

Following his goal in the North London derby, Harry Kane tacked on two more this weekend, as Tottenham comfortably cruised by West Ham United 4 – 1. Toby Alderweireld and Kyle Walker scored the other two goals for the Spurs before Manuel Lanzini scored a late consolation for the Hammers.

And finally, Sunderland claimed their first away win of the season as Jermaine Defoe stole a ball from defender Scott Dann and poked it in for the only goal of the game. The crucial win meant that the Black Cats moved up one spot to 18th, overtaking Bournemouth and are currently one point behind north-east rivals Newcastle.

Position Team Matches Played Goal Difference Points

  1. Leicester City 13 8 28
  2. Manchester United 13 10 27
  3. Manchester City 13 14 26
  4. Arsenal 13 12 26
  5. Tottenham 13 13 24
  6. West Ham United 13 4 21
  7. Everton 13 8 20
  8. Southampton 13 5 20
  9. Liverpool 13 2 20
  10. Crystal Palace 13 1 19
  11. Stoke City 13 -1 19
  12. West Bromwich Albion 13 -5 17
  13. Watford 13 -2 16
  14. Swansea City 13 -4 14
  15. Chelsea 13 -6 14
  16. Norwich City 13 -8 12
  17. Newcastle United 13 -12 10
  18. Sunderland 13 -12 9
  19. AFC Bournemouth 13 -13 9
  20. Aston Villa 13 -14 5

This table illustrates how quickly things can change in the English Premier League. Seven months ago, Leicester City were rock bottom and looking at a quick return to the Championship. But a magnificent turnaround somehow got them out of the relegation zone at the end of last season, and they are now playing like true champions (especially that Jamie Vardy guy). They deserve their place at the top of the table. Manchester United have also returned to good form and are starting to find their rhythm after a fairly slow start, though they were lucky to escape with three points on Saturday at Vicarage Road.

Manchester City and Arsenal are still tied with 26 points each after both teams suffered embarrassing losses – they have paid the price for it and are now third and fourth in the table respectively. The Spurs are also right on Arsenal’s tail, with 24 points.

At the other end of the table, Chelsea climbed up a spot after barely squeezing a victory over Norwich City at home but are still a long way away from making any sort of run for the Premier League title.

The EPL - s Best Under-21 Players, Januzaj, Sterling, Lukaku, Shaw - EPL Index: Unofficial English Premier League Opinion, Stats - Podcasts

The EPL's Best Under-21 Players | Januzaj, Sterling, Lukaku, Shaw

The EPL's Best Under-21 Players | Januzaj, Sterling, Lukaku, Shaw

With the season moving into its final stretch, we profile the best under-21 players in the Premier League this season.

5. Adnan Januzaj

In a season filled with gloom for Manchester United, Adnan Januzaj has been the one bright spark. The 19 year old has established himself as one the Premier League’s finest young talents with his performances for David Moyes’ side. Januzaj has earned the trust of Moyes and has looked at home in a United shirt this season. For a player in his first season, Januzaj has been fearless and his teammates have recognised this by not being afraid to give him the ball in advanced areas. He has contributed two assists and managed three goals this season, including two on his full debut against Sunderland. He showed his capacity to be a match-winner that day, and going forward he will be a large part of United’s team as they attempt to rebuild.

4. Luke Shaw

Luke Shaw’s performances have seen him earn his first senior England call-up in recent weeks. Not only that, but his performances have also brought about talk of him replacing Ashley Cole on the plane to Brazil, a feat that would have been unthinkable at the start of the season. Shaw is a player who shows qualities well beyond his years. The left back shows excellent composure on the ball, is good defensively and is extremely dangerous going forward. The modern full back needs to be able to contribute going forward, and Shaw offers pace and directness going into the final third. Defensively, he has a tackle success rate of 84.31% which is an excellent success rate. With a good balance of defensive and attacking qualities, Shaw is due to continue the improvement he has shown in the last 18 months. In the future Shaw could be comfortable in a more advanced position, such is the quality that he possesses. Southampton may have some trouble holding on to him in the future.

3. Ross Barkley

After a blistering start to the season Ross Barkley’s performances have slowed down of late. Despite this, when he has been good, he has been extremely good for the Toffees this season. Barkley is unique in that he is 6 ft 2, but has the poise and balance to run at players with ease. Being tall but also technically gifted means that Barkley is adept at playing with his back to goal as well as turning and running at pace. These are attributes that are rare to find and at only 20 years of age, Barkley should have an extremely bright future. Barkley has only managed three goals this season and is yet to contribute an assist, but his performances have been highly impressive. These are attributes that he can add to his game in the coming years and if he does so, he will become an exceptional player for any team to possess.

2.Raheem Sterling

As the season has gone on, Raheem Sterling has established himself as a first team regular in the Liverpool side. After a good start to last season, Sterling came off the boil towards the end of the campaign and found his opportunities limited. This season he has grown in both confidence and in stature, which has helped his game twofold. The winger has now played himself back into contention for a place at the World Cup with England. Sterling has managed six goals so far this campaign, trebling his total of two from last season. He has also contributed three assists, one more than the two he had last term. It is not just his goals and assists that have been good, but his all round play for the Reds. Sterling has improved his game offensively and defensively, even being moved to right back in some games. That is the confidence that Brendan Rodgers now has in Sterling and if he continues he will become a real asset for both club and country.

1. Romelu Lukaku

It is still hard to believe that he is only 20 years old. Romelu Lukaku has a stature and playing style well above his age and he has performed well on loan at Everton this season. The Belgian international has managed 10 goals in 19 appearances, a fantastic return for such a young prospect. He averages a goal every 167 minutes this season, which is slightly lower that his average of a goal every 118 minutes last season. Despite this, he has given a good account of himself during his second loan in two seasons. When he has been fit, he has been a very important cog to Everton. Without the addition of Lukaku, Everton would be without a strong focal point, who not only holds it up, but scores goals. Blessed with strength, pace and good technique, Lukaku is perfectly suited to the English game and would thrive in most teams. With his Chelsea future reportedly in doubt, there will be a number of Premier League suitors interested if he becomes available.

Special mentions to: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain of Arsenal, who has been fantastic since returning from injury in January. Ben Davies of Swansea, who has been in great form all season, establishing himself ahead of Neil Taylor. John Flanagan of Liverpool who has put in some good performances since establishing himself in the team.

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