The English Premier League continued today with only six fixtures to be played for the day.
Beginning today's fixtures, Manchester United welcomed Everton, and ended the game 1:1, with both sides settling for a point each. Chelsea hosted Southampton, and ended the game 3:1, with Chelsea claiming all three points.
Wolves welcomed Newcastle, and ended the game 2:1, with the home team taking all three points. Norwich City visited Burnley, and ended the game in a goalless draw, with both sides taking one point each.
Watford visited Leeds United, and ended the game 1:0, with the home team claiming all three points. Ending today's fixtures, Arsenal visited Brighton, and ended the game 0:0, with both teams settling for a point each.
This is how the premier league table look like as Chelsea, Leeds United, Wolves gain points, and Southampton, Watford, Newcastle, Arsenal, Brighton, Norwich, Manchester United, Everton and Burnley drop points.
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