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Checkout The EPL Table After Yesterday's Fixtures As Tottenham Closes The Gap On Chelsea's 4th Place

It was a game-changing turn of events in the premier league on Sunday as Southampton, Aston Villa, and Manchester United gained 3 points to upgrade their position on the EPL table. Tottenham gained one point to move past Liverpool on the EPL table.


Summary of Yesterday's Fixtures

The first match kicked off at the St Mary's stadium as Southampton defeated Burnley to ease the relegation scare. The game ended in a 3-2 victory in favor of Southampton. The goal scorers were: Stuart Armstrong, Danny Ings, and Nathan Redmond.

Southampton got 3 points to move to the 13th position on the EPL table with 36 points.


The second match came underway at the St James' Park as Newcastle & Tottenham clash ended in a 2-2 draw. The goal scorers were: Joelinton and Joe Willock (Newcastle), and Harry Kane (Tottenham).

Tottenham gained one point to move to the 5th position on the EPL table with 49 points.


The third game commenced at Villa Park as the Villans surprise twist at the second half gave them victory over Fulham. The match ended in 3-1 in favor of the Villans. The goal scorers were Trezeguet and Ollie Watkins.

Aston Villa obtained 3 points to move to the 9th spot on the EPL table with 44 points ahead of Arsenal.


The last match took off at the Old Trafford Stadium as Manchester United's come back in the second half gave them a 2-1 lead against Brighton. The goal scorers were Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood.

Manchester United secured all 3 points to further extend their score on the EPL table with 60 points.


After Sunday fixtures, the EPL top six consists of Manchester City, Manchester United, Leicester City, Chelsea, Tottenham, and Liverpool.

The EPL table after Yesterday's fixtures as Tottenham closes the gap on Chelsea's 4th place.

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