After Man Utd Won Southampton 4-0 at HT, See Man City, Liverpool and Chelsea's position on EPL Table
By Ororounited | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 5364 views
The English premier league week 22 games start tonigh as Sheffield United take-on West Brom while Wolves host Arsenal.
Manchester United face off against Southampton at Old Trafford while Crystal palace travel to St James park as they face off against Bruce's boys.
Sheffield United defeated West Brom to secure their third win in this season EPL games and record a back to back victory for the first time this season.
Wolves won 2-1 against 10 men Arsenal thanks to goals from Reuben Neves and Moutinho, the gunners are currently 10th position on the table with 31 points while Wolves sit at 14th position with 26 points.
Man United game against Southampton started on a bright note for the red devils as they registered 4 goals in the first half of the encounter, goals from Wan Bissaka, Rashford, Cavani and an own goal is what the red devils needed to secure a 4-nil victoru in the first half.
After their 4 goals haul, See Man City, Liverpool and Chelsea's position on the EPL table. Here is the full table below pending the next 45 minutes.
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