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EPL Table After yesterday's matches as Man United and Arsenal Gets Important Win

The English Premier League action continues as over 8 matches were played over the weekend on matchday 29.

Below are the results of the weekend matches.

Southampton 1 - 2 Brighton & Hove Albion

Brighton & Hove Albion snatch an important three points against Southampton at the Saint Mary's Stadium yesterday. Lewis Dunk and Leandro Trossard scored to give Brighton the win.

Leicester City 5 - 0 Sheffield United:

Brendan Rodger's Leicester City side runs riot at the King Power Stadium as they smashed four goals against a bottom-placed Sheffield United side.

Striker Kelechi Iheanacho ran the show for the foxes as he struck a hat-trick to give Brendan Rodger's men all the three points.

Arsenal 2 - 1 Tottenham Hotspur:

Dramatic ending at the Emirates Stadium as Arsenal came from behind to win the North London derby.

A determined and spirited Mikel Arteta's Arsenal beat Jose Mourinho's Tottenham as Martin Oedegaard and Alexandre Lacazette scored for Arsenal after Erik Lamela have already put Tottenham in front.

Manchester United 1 - 0 West Ham United:

Dominant Red Devils cruised to a narrow win as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men reclaim the number second position after a hard-fought victory at Old Trafford.

It wasn't an easy game but Manchester United will be happy to take all the three points as try to keep their pursuit of Manchester City.

After all the matches yesterday there has been changed in the Premier League changes.

1. Manchester City remain number one after beating Fulham 3-0 at the Craven Cottage.

2. Manchester United remain second after their narrow win against West Ham.

3. Leicester City remain third after their win against Sheffield United.

4. Chelsea failed to beat Leeds United but remain fourth ahead of Everton, West Ham and Tottenham.

Who do you think will win the Premier League this season?

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