On Friday West Ham United likely ended Tottenham Hotspur title hopes if there were some as Lanzini in the 66th scored a winner for the Hammers, strengthening Chelsea’s grip on the Premier League title. The Blues sit on the top having four rounds until the end four points more than the second placed side, Tottenham Hotspur who’ve played a game more than the Blues. If the Blues on Monday at home beat Middlesbrough the gap would be big 7 points, with nine possible to win until the end.

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Pep Guardiola’s men strengthened their case for a top-four finish with a dominant performance and a 5-0 Premier League win against Crystal Palace on Saturday. The Citizens trough the Spaniard, David Silva already in the 2nd minute opened the scoring. In a second half, Man City scored for more to batter the Eagles. Kompany (49′) raised the score to 2-0, De Bruyne ten minutes later made it 3-0, Sterling in the 82nd minute scored for 4-0 while Otamendi in the injury time has set the final result, Man City 5, Crystal Palace 0.

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The reigning Premier league champion, Leicester City celebrated at home an easy 3-0 win against Watford. Wilfred Ndidi with his second Premier league goal, opened the scoring for the Foxes in the 38th minute, sealing the first half result in the process. Riyad Mahrez on his 100th Premier League appearance scored and raised the Foxes lead to 2-0 in the 58th minute while Albrighton in the injury time scored for the final result, Leicester City 3, Watford 0. A result which lifted the Foxes to the middle of the table, leaving Watford on the 15th place, for know, safe above the relegation zone.

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Other Saturday’s Premier league results
Bournemouth 2 – 2 Stoke
Burnley 2 – 2 WBA
Hull City 0-2 Sunderland
Swansea City 1-0 Everton

On Sunday, Liverpool will host the Saints, while in a derby game, Arsenal at home welcome Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United.

Premier league table

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