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Final EPL Table After Today's Games As Arsenal Dropped Points And Chelsea Got Back Into Winning Ways

Teams competed in their Matchday twenty-four league fixtures today in the Premier League. Arsenal dropped points against struggling Burnley, Liverpool overcame Crystal Palace at Selhusk Park, and Chelsea won the London derby against Tottenham Hotspur. 

In today's match at the Emirates Stadium, Arsenal drew a disheartening goalless draw with relegation rivals Burnley. Arsenal had all it took to overcome Burnley today, but they were unable to accomplish so. Mikel Arteta's team had more ball possessions and created more chances. They fired more than twenty rounds, but only seven hit the objective. Mikel Arteta's team was unable to convert on their several scoring opportunities. 

Liverpool maintained their excellent record by defeating Crystal Palace at Selhusk Park. Jurgen Klopp's team dominated Crystal Palace's play and came away with all three points. Liverpool's Virgil van Dijk scored the game's first goal following a stunning header from Andrew Robertson's pass. In the first half, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain stretched their advantage to 2-0, with Andrew Robertson delivering yet another assist. In the second half, Crystal Palace's Odsonne Edouard equalized before Fabinho made it 3-1 from the penalty spot. 

At the King Power Stadium, Leicester City drew with Brighton & Hove Albion. After losing to Tottenham Hotspur in their previous match, Brendan Rodgers' side attempted to get back on track. In the first minutes of the second half, Leicester City's Patson Daka scored the game's first goal. In the second half, Brighton and Hove Albion had more ball possessions and created more scoring opportunities. Brighton's Danny Welbeck equalized thanks to a Neal Maupay assist. 

Chelsea won the London derby against Tottenham Hotspur tonight, resuming their winning streak. Chelsea has gone four league games without a win before today's match against Tottenham Hotspur. This season, Thomas Tuchel's team has faced Tottenham Hotspur four times in all competitions and has won each occasion. Chelsea's Hakim Ziyech scored the game's first goal in the first minute of the second half, thanks to a Callum Hudson-odoi assist. From Mason Mount's set piece, Thiago Silva made it 2-0. Thiago Silva's goal was his third versus Chelsea this season. 

After today's games, teams maintained their positions in the league table, with Chelsea moving further ahead of Manchester United in fourth place. After today's games, here's how the league table looks.

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