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Here is the Latest EPL Standings After Weekend Matches


Football fans have seen thrilling fights in EPL matches, with the fight for the top four being the main focus of attention. Manchester City is currently in first position with 74 points, while Manchester United is in second place with 8 points less. Manchester United is on a roll right now, having won their last five games in a row. Manchester City has begun to fade away as a result of their recent losses, which means that if they do not take precautions, they may be overtaken by Manchester United.


Everton and Tottenham were the first teams to meet over the weekend. When these two teams drew 2-2 on Friday night, it was a high-scoring encounter. On Saturday, Newcastle United defeated West Ham United 3-2, while Wolves defeated Sheffield United by a slim 1-0 margin. On Sunday night, football fans witnessed two thrilling matches: Arsenal drew 1-1 with Fulham and Manchester United defeated Burnley 3-1.

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Manchester City and Manchester United are in first and second position, respectively, with 56 points, while Leicester City is in third place. West Ham currently sits in the fourth position with 55 points, one point ahead of Chelsea in fifth place. Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, Everton, and Arsenal are in sixth, seventh, eighth, and ninth positions, respectively. Fulham, West Bromwich Albion, and Sheffield United are also in danger of being relegated from the Premier League. The latest EPL standings after weekend matches are listed below.


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