BREAKING: Current premier League Table After Yesterday’s Game

Arsenal went back to the top of the Premier League by beating Luton 2-0. The Gunners got the job done in the first-half thanks to Martin Odegaard ’s opener and an own-goal by Daiki Hashioka. Mikel Arteta made five changes for the game, with the Arsenal manager clearly having an eye on next week’s Champions League quarter- final against Bayern Munich. It paid off, though, as Arsenal sealed victory and the three points took them back above Liverpool, for at least 24 hours....CONTINUE READING

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Also, Ivan Toney’s run without a Premier League goal extended to seven games as Brentford and Brighton played out a dull draw. Toney was denied by Brighton keeper Bart Verbruggen with his best chance and has now failed to score for Brentford since 17 February. The 15th-placed Bees are winless in eight league games and six points above the relegation places. Brighton produced few chances of their own despite dominating possession and stay ninth in the table.

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Meanwhile, Manchester City kept pace with their Premier League title rivals on Wednesday evening with a 4-1 victory over Aston Villa courtesy of a Phil Foden hat-trick. Both sides demonstrated their attacking qualities in an entertaining first half at the Etihad, with Foden putting Man City in front at the break after Jhon Duran had cancelled out Rodri’s early opener. Foden secured the result with three excellent goals after the restart, with the champions moving level on points with Liverpool ahead of their clash with Sheffield United on Thursday night.

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Below is the current EPL Table