Well, the English Premier League resumed the weekend with majority of the fixtures played on Saturday. On Sunday, Everton faced West Ham United at Goodison Park whereas Newcastle United faced Tottenham Hotspurs at St James Park. West Ham managed a narrow 1-0 win over Everton. The last game of this weekend which was between Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspurs ended 3-2 in favor of Tottenham Hotspurs.
Well, there are several changes in the English Premier League table after the games played today. Chelsea are currently on top of the table with 19 points. Liverpool are second with 18 points whereas Manchester City are third with 17 points. Brighton are fourth with 15 points whereas Tottenham Hotspurs have climbed to position five on the table with 15 points. The Red Devils have dropped to position six on the table with 14 points. Norwich City are the last team on the table with just two points out of the seven games played. Newcastle United and Burnley are also on the relegation zone with three points each.
Below is how the EPL table currently looks like after all this weekend's fixtures were played:
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