How EPL Table Looks After Huge Wins for Chelsea, Liverpool and Defeats for Arsenal, Man United

How EPL Table Looks After Huge Wins for Chelsea, Liverpool and Defeats for Arsenal, Man United

  • The Premier League week 12 round of matches saw the top three teams secure wins in their respective matches
  • Man United's loss to Watford cost Ole Gunnar Solskjaer his job while Arsenal's impressive unbeaten run was ended at Anfield
  • The race for the title continues to hot up as Chelsea maintain their three-point lead at the top of the table

Man United recorded the biggest loss from match week 12 played in the English Premier League over the weekend.

EPL Week 12: Man United sack Solskjaer following loss to Watford as Chelsea remain top
Match week 12 was marked with some interesting results in the Premier League. Photo by John Walton, Ryan Pierse and Robbie Jay Barratt.
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The results and positions and week 12 round of matches

The Red Devils travelled to Vicarage Road and lost by 4-1 which resulted in the sacking of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

The loss saw United drop to eighth while the Hornets are in 16th place as they renewed their hopes of surviving the drop.

Chelsea maintained their lead at the top of the table with 29 points following a 3-0 win over Leicester City at the King Power stadium.

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However, they will not sit pretty with rivals Man United and Liverpool all mounting pressure on them.

City secured a 3-0 win over Everton to retain their spot in second while Liverpool are third after ending Arsenal's impressive unbeaten run in a 4-0 win at Anfield.

Meanwhile, Steven Gerard started his managerial campaign with Aston Villa on a winning note as they beat Brighton by 2-0 to end Villa's five-match losing run in the league to stay in 15th.

Norwich City got their second win of the season, their first under new manager Dean Smith in a 2-1 over Southampton at Carrow Road but remain second from the bottom.

Antonio Conte also got his first win under his belt as Spurs boss in a hard-earned win over Leeds United at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to move ahead of United.

There were two six-goal thrillers on matchday 12 in the Premier League with Brentford and Newcastle playing a 3-3 draw, with the same scoreline being registered in the Burnley versus Crystal Palace game.

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West Ham dropped to fourth following their 1-0 loss to Wolves as Molineux outfit and are ahead of Arsenal who sit sixth.