Premier League Table 2016/17: Week 24 EPL Results, Updated Standings, Top Scorers & Assists

Chelsea continued their title charge with a stunning 3-1 win over Arsenal in the London derby.

The Blues are now nine points clear at the top of the Premier League with just 14 matches remaining. Marcos Alonso, Eden Hazard and Cesc Fabregas scored in a memorable win for Antonio Conte’s men.

Olivier Giroud bagged a late consolation for the visitors.

Hazard

Manchester City picked up a late winner against Paul Clement’s in-form Swansea side.

New signing Gabriel Jesus scored twice to secure a 2-1 win for Pep Guardiola’s side. The Manchester outfit are now third in the table, ten points behind leaders Chelsea.

Jose Mourinho’s men secured a comfortable 3-0 win at King Power Stadium on Sunday.

Defending champions Leicester City‘s season went from bad to worse as Manchester United completely dominated them at their own turf and sent them closer to the relegation zone.

Ibrahimovic, Mkhitaryan and Mata scored the goals for the away side, who are now up two points behind fourth-placed Arsenal.

Mata

Harry Kane‘s penalty secured a priceless win for second-placed Tottenham Hotspurs.

The Londoners struggled to break down an organised Middlesbrough defence. The likes of Son, Alderweireld and Alli came close to breaking the deadlock, but Valdes managed to keep the underdogs in the game.

Kane

Liverpool‘s horrible start to 2017 continued with a 2-0 defeat against Hull City.

The Reds have now dropped out of top four and are just one point ahead of bitter rivals Manchester United.

N’Diaye and Niasse scored for the home side.

Liverpool

Everton clinched a 6-3 thriller against Bournemouth thanks to four goals from star striker Romelu Lukaku.

The Belgian scored twice in either half along with Ross Barkley and James McCarthy.

Bournemouth did well to fight back from 3-0 down to 3-2, but the away side just could not contain the Toffees after that.

Lukaku

West Ham United continued their revival with a 3-1 win over Southampton away from home.

Carroll, Obiang and Noble scored to cancel out new signing Gabbiadini’s opener for the Saints.

Carroll

Defoe bagged a first-half brace as the Black Cats thrashed Crystal Palace 4-0 away from home.

Sunderland were in inspired form and managed to inflict further misery on Sam Allardyce and the Eagles.

Defoe

Watford secured a 2-1 win over Burnley at home.

Sean Dyche’s men were down to 10 men after a 6th-minute red card to Jeff Hendrick. The home side went 2-0 up at half time and Ashley Barnes’ late goal failed to save the day for Burnley.

James Morrison scored early on to hand West Brom a priceless 1-0 home win over Stoke City.

Mark Hughes’ men struggled to break the Baggies down over the course of the game and are now winless in their last three league games.

WEEK 24: EPL RESULTS 2016/17

Saturday, Feb 4 2017
12:30 FT Chelsea 3 : 1 Arsenal
  15:00 FT Crystal Palace 0 : 4 Sunderland
  15:00 FT Everton 6 : 3 Bournemouth
  15:00 FT Hull 2 : 0 Liverpool
  15:00 FT Southampton 1 : 3 West Ham
  15:00 FT Watford 2 : 1 Burnley
  15:00 FT West Bromwich Albion 1 : 0 Stoke
  17:30 FT Tottenham 1 : 0 Middlesbrough
Sunday, Feb 5 2017
  13:30 FT Manchester City 2 : 1 Swansea
  16:00 FT Leicester 0 : 3 Manchester United  

UPDATED PREMIER LEAGUE TABLE 2016/17

R Team P W D L GF GA GD Pts Form
1 Chelsea 24 19 2 3 51 17 +34 59 WLWWDW
2 Tottenham 24 14 8 2 46 16 +30 50 WWWDDW
3 Manchester City 24 15 4 5 49 29 +20 49 LWLDWW
4 Arsenal 24 14 5 5 52 28 +24 47 WDWWLL
5 Liverpool 24 13 7 4 52 30 +22 46 WDDLDL
6 Manchester United 24 12 9 3 36 21 +15 45 WWDDDW
7 Everton 24 11 7 6 40 27 +13 40 DWWWDW
8 West Bromwich Albion 24 10 6 8 32 29 +3 36 WWLWDW
9 West Ham 24 9 4 11 32 41 -9 31 LLWWLW
10 Watford 24 8 6 10 29 40 -11 30 LLDDWW
11 Stoke 24 7 8 9 29 36 -7 29 LWWDDL
12 Burnley 24 9 2 13 26 35 -9 29 WLWLWL
13 Southampton 24 7 6 11 24 31 -7 27 LLLWLL
14 Bournemouth 24 7 5 12 35 47 -12 26 WDLDLL
15 Middlesbrough 24 4 9 11 19 27 -8 21 LDDLDL
16 Leicester 24 5 6 13 24 41 -17 21 WDLLLL
17 Swansea 24 6 3 15 29 54 -25 21 LWLWWL
18 Hull 24 5 5 14 22 47 -25 20 DLWLDW
19 Crystal Palace 24 5 4 15 32 45 -13 19 LLLLWL
20 Sunderland 24 5 4 15 24 42 -18 19 LDLLDW

PREMIER LEAGUE 2016/17 TOP SCORERS 

R Player Team Player Goals
1 R. Lukaku Everton 16
2 A. Sánchez Arsenal 15
3 D. Costa Chelsea 15
4 Z. Ibrahimovic M. Utd 15
5 J. Defoe Sunderland 14
6 H. Kane Tottenham 14
7 D. Alli Tottenham 11
8 S. Agüero M. City 11
9 E. Hazard Chelsea 10
10 S. Mané Liverpool 9

PREMIER LEAGUE 2016/17 MOST ASSISTS

K. D. Bruyne M. City 9
A. Sánchez Arsenal 8
C. Eriksen Tottenham 8
M. Phillips W. Brom 8
A. Lallana Liverpool 7