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EPL Table And Match Reviews After Chelsea, Man City And Liverpool All Won Their Matches Yesterday

Six matches were played in the Premier League Matchday Fourteen on Wednesday evening, with multiple simultaneous kickoffs.

Chelsea played their Premier League Match yesterday, traveling to Vicarage Road Stadium to face Watford in a tense match. The Blues returned to winning ways with a 2-1 victory over Watford, thanks to goals from Mason Mount and Hakim Ziyech.

Manchester City traveled to the Villa Park Stadium to face an in-form Aston Villa side, with both teams hoping for a key win at the expense of the other. With goals from Ruben Dias and Bernando Sliva, the Citizens won their fourth consecutive match in the competition, defeating Aston Villa 2-1.

The Premier League's Merseyside Derby took place today, with Everton hosting Liverpool at Goodison Park Stadium. Jordon Henderson, Diogo Jota, and a brace from Mohamed Salah helped the Reds to a comfortable 4-1 victory over Everton in today's match.

Review of the Match: This season, Manchester City, Liverpool, and Chelsea are still in contention for the Premier League title. Today's performances by both sides were outstanding, as they managed to secure all three crucial points. Chelsea remained in first place in the league table, with a higher chance of winning the title than either the Citizens or the Reds. It may be premature to predict which team will win the title given all three clubs are capable of lifting the trophy this season.

The EPL Table After Yesterday's Matches

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