The English Premier League table has Manchester City and Arsenal leading the EPL standings, as Man City and the Gunners each won this weekend. Liverpool won over Chelsea to start things off on Saturday and Arsenal, Manchester City, Leicester City and Watford all won, while Manchester United had a draw with Crystal Palace.
Liverpool and Chelsea played the first game of the weekend and that was at Stamford Bridge and the Reds gave the Blues another loss. Chelsea is having a very tough season after winning the title and they are trying to find a way to turn things around. Liverpool won 3-1 against Chelsea, while Manchester City and Crystal Palace played to a draw.
West Brom lost against Leicester City 3-2 on Saturday, while Manchester City won 2-1 against Norwich City to stay atop the table. Arsenal won 3-0 against Swansea City, while Watford won over West Ham 2-0 on the day. Newcastle and Stoke City also played to a draw and the rest of the schedule has Everton and sunderland, Southampton and Bournemouth and Tottenham playing against Aston Villa.
Man City comes into the next week leading the EPL table with Arsenal, as both clubs have 22 points, but Manchester has the goals. The Gunners are in second on the league table and they are in ahead of West Ham and Manchester United. Man United has 20 points this season and they are in ahead of Leicester City and Tottenham on the table. Leicester is in the top five and they have 19 points.
Tottenham and Liverpool each have 17 points and the Spurs are in at number six, while the Reds are seventh on the table after winning over Chelsea. Liverpool has been moving up the table after a slow start and Jurgen Klopp coming in has helped the team turn it around. Southampton and West Brom are next in the standings and they are in ahead of Everton and Swansea City.
Watford is at number 13 on the table ahead of Stoke City, while Chelsea is way down on the table with 11 points. The team has just three wins this season and the club has not played up to expectations after how they played last season. Norwich City is next on the table with Bournemouth, while Sunderland, Newcastle and Aston Villa are the bottom three teams.