Two Premier League matches were played on Sunday. Raul Jimenez's first goal since October, last year, was enough for Wolves to take all three points against Southampton. The win took Wolves to the 14th position on the log after six matches. Southampton on the other hand is 16th on the log with 4 points from six matches this season.
Arsenal got a well-deserved 3-1 win against Tottenham Hotspur with goals from Pierre Emerick Aubameyang, Emile Smith-Rowe, and Bukayo Saka in the first half condemning Tottenham Hotspur to their third defeat in a row in the league.
Liverpool is first on the log with 14 points from six games. They are followed by Manchester City, Chelsea, Manchester United, and Everton, who are second, third, fourth, and fifth respectively. The four teams are on 13 points with only goal differences separating them.
Brighton and Hove Albion who have a game in hand against Crystal Palace are sixth with 12 points this season. If they can get all three points against the London side, they would climb into the first position. West Ham United and Aston Villa are seventh and eighth respectively with 11 and 10 points.
Brentford, Arsenal, and Tottenham Hotspur are ninth, tenth, and eleventh on the log respectively with 9 points apiece. Watford and Leicester City are tied on 7 points and occupy the twelfth and thirteenth positions respectively.
The full details of the English Premier League table after the matches of Sunday is shown in the picture below:
Photo Credit: @PremierLeague on Twitter
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