Premier League Results and EPL Table: Man City, Arsenal Lead Standings, Manchester United, Liverpool Draw, Chelsea Loses, Gunners, Tottenham Win

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Oct 26, 2015 10:21 AM EDT
Manchester United's English striker Wayne Rooney
Manchester United's English striker Wayne Rooney (R) challenges Manchester City's Belgian defender Vincent Kompany during the English Premier League football match between Manchester United and Manchester City at Old Trafford in Manchester, north west England, on October 25, 2015. "

The Premier League table has Man City leading the standings over Arsenal, West Ham and Manchester United coming out of the weekend. Man United and Manchester City played to a draw, while Arsenal, Swansea City, Tottenham and West Ham won, while Chelsea suffered a defeat.

The scores from the weekend saw West Ham win over Chelsea, while Watford was able to defeat Stoke City 2-0. The Blues lost 2-1, while Leicester City won their match over Crystal Palace 1-0. Swansea city won 2-1 against Aston Villa, while Arsenal won over Everton with the score 2-1. West Brom won over Norwich City, while Sunderland was victorious over Newcastle with a 3-0 score.

The Manchester Derby was not an exciting one this time, as Man United and Man City played to a scoreless draw at Old Trafford. Liverpool and Southampton played to a 1-1 draw, while Tottenham won over Bournemouth 5-1 in the highest scoring match of the weekend. Man City was able to pull back into a tie on points with Arsenal at the top of the league table, but they are in first place based on goal scored this season.

Man City is the highest scoring team in the league this season even after not scoring this week and they are in first over Arsenal. The Gunners are in second place with 22 points and they have seven wins this season, while West Ham is in the third position and they have 20 points this season. Man United also has 20 points this season, but West Ham has scored more goals and that leaves Manchester United in fourth. Leicester City is in fifth with 19 points, while Tottenham has 17 points and they are in sixth position over Everton in the standings.

Crystal Palace is in seventh place on the table with 15 points, while Southampton, Liverpool and West Brom all have 14 points and are 8-10 in the standings. Everton is in 11th place on the table and they have 13 points, while Swansea City and Watford also have 13 points on the season. Stoke City is in 14th place on the table and has 12 points. Chelsea has had a tough season and they are in 15th place on the table with 11 points.

Norwich City comes in at 16th on the table, while Bournemouth is at 17th on the table with eight points. The bottom three teams are currently Sunderland and Newcastle With six points, while Aston Villa has four points this season and just one win.

Check here for the scores and standings for the EPL this week.

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