English Premier League Table After Today's Matches
By Tony_blog | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 11045 views
I will bring to you the update of EnglishPremier League games played today, 19th July, 2020 and how the table has changed.
Matchweek 37 continued as Southampton earned 0-2 win over Bournemouth at the Vatality stadium. Che Adams and Danny ings scored for Southampton. Bournemouth are 19th with 31 points while Southampton are 11th with 49 points.
In order Bournemouth to stay up, they must win away at their next coming match which is Everton and hope that Watford lose both remaining game at home to Manchester City and Away at Arsenal in the last day of the League season so that Bournemouth can climb above them on Goal difference.
Here is how the English Premier League Table Look after the Matches
Tottenham defeated Leicester City in a 3-0 win at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium stadium. James Justin and Harry Kane Scored as Tottenham remain 6th with 58 points while Leicester are 4th with 62 points.
The EPL Next fixtures for Match 38
Newcastle Vs Liverpool
Manchester City Vs Norwich City
Southampton Vs Sheffield Utd
Everton Vs Bournemouth
Burnley Vs Brighton
West Ham Vs Aston Villa
Arsenal Vs Watford
Crystal Palace Vs Tottenham
Chelsea Vs Wolves
Leichester Vs Manchester United
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