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Big Changes in Latest EPL Table Standings After Everton, Chelsea & Tottenham Won Their Matches


The early kick off match between Bournemouth and Liverpool FC has been a disappointment to Liverpool FC fans as Bournemouth managed to come with a 1-0 narrow win to add more points to their tally. Before this match, Bournemouth were trailing at the bottom of the EPL table standings thanks to Philip Billing who made an opening goal oft Bournemouth in the 28th minute. Liverpool FC were very close to conceding the goal but their efforts bored no fruits after Mohamed Salah missed penalty in the 69th minute. The three vital points for Bournemouth have pushed them in the 17th place as they now avoid relegation danger zone.


Tottenham FC have increased their confidence of finishing in the top four in EPL table standings after their 3-1 successful win against Nottingham Forest.

Tottenham's star Harry Kane scored a brace in the first half just minutes after Richarlison's early opener was disallowed for offside. Despite Richarlison's goal being disallowed in the first half, he worked hard in the second half to provide a goal contribution in the second half in which he provided a lofted pass to Heung Min Son who scored with a brilliant shot in the bottom right corner.

Chelsea are now back to winning ways as they have a 100 percent win percentage for the month of March. Their 3-1 win against Leicester is a sign that they mean business and they want to restore back their fallen glory.


Everton FC have jumped off from the relegation zone to the 15th place after their 1-0 defensive narrow win against Brentford. Dwight McNeil gave Everton the lead in the first minute when he found himself in a very promising position after getting on the end of a brilliant pass before firing the ball inside the right post.

Leeds United were forced to share the spoils in a 2-2 draw against Brighton.

Arsenal are still the league leaders chasing this season's title. This is how the EPL table looks after Saturday matches;


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