The far the tension in the English Premier League is higher than we had expected it from the beginning of the season. With more than 25 matches already played in the league; the future seemed to be very clear now, but in football, anything can happen.
Over the weekend, Arsenal kept their campaign hope alive with a 2-0 win against bottom table strugglers, Hull City. The Gunners took advantage of the poor defense of the Hull City, thanks to a brace from on fire forward, Alexis Sanchez.
Moving on, Liverpool FC, comfortable beat off Tottenham Hotspur, 2-0 and moving up to 4th place – just a point below Arsenal (3rd ) and Tottenham (2nd) who both have 50 points.
Elsewhere, on Saturday, Jose Mourinho and his side kept up with the chase grabbing an important 2-0 victory against Watford. Goals from Juan Mata and Anthony Martial made sure the Hornets were sent down to 13th place.
Other games on Saturday saw West Brom Albion draw 2-2 with Westham United, Southampton 4-Sunderland 0, Stoke 1-0 Crystal Palace, Midllesbrough 0-0 Everton.
On Sunday, current league leaders Chelsea FC, were held in a 1-1 draw against Burnley. The visitors first scored through a goal from Pedro Rodriguez just 7 minutes into the game, before Burnley equalized at 24th minute through a goal from Robert Brady.
The home side played their games well, defending their draw for the rest part of the game, while Chelsea missed many chances. One point is not bad for the fans of other clubs, because Chelsea could have led with a whooping 12 points. Chelsea are currently 10 points ahead of Arsenal and Tottenham.
Similarly on Sunday, Swansea city compounded the woes of fairy tale league champions, Leicester City who are currently battling relegation. Swansea won the Foxes, 2-0, sending them back to 17th place, a point below the relegation line.
Tonight, Manchester City will battle AFC Bournemouth when they travel to the Dean Court. A win tonight for the Citizens will send them straight to second place.
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EPL Week 25 Results
EPL Week 25 Standings