premier league standings

Arsenal 1-0 West Ham United

Arsenal maintained theit slender top six hopes residing in the Premier League with a 1-0 win over West Ham United on Saturday evening.

The Gunners ensured their consecutive league victory later Alexandre Lacazette came off the bench to find the winner in the final minutes after the Video Assistant Referee overturned the first decision.

West Ham stay just a point over automatic demotion to the second-tier whilst the Gunners keep their top-four hopes alive.

Wolverhampton Wanderers 0-0 Brighton Hove & Albion

Wolverhampton Wanderers and Brighton Hove & Albion battled to a goalless draw at a top-and-bottom half conflict at the Molineux.

The result had the hosts failing to cement fifth spot, with all the Seagulls unable to climb up the standings away from the bottom six.

Sheffield United 1-0 Norwich City

Sheffield United climbed to sixth spot after grinding a 1-0 win over base of the log Norwich City in Bramall Lane.

Billy Sharp proved to be the game winner late in the first half, since the Blades fairytale campaign in the top-half remain on course whilst attracting the Canaries down to ground.

Crystal Palace 1-0 Watford

Crystal Palace grabbed their third successive league win after edging relegation-bound Watford 1-0 in Selhurst Park.

Jordan Ayew netted the winner in the 28th minute as the Eagles continue to climb the league standings, although the Hornets stay in the dreaded bottom-half.

Southampton 0-1 Newcastle United

Newcastle United was able to get the greater of a ten-man Southampton using a narrow 1-0 win at St Mary’s.

The Saints were given an early blow as Ralph Hassenhuttl’s side finished the game with a guy down following Moussa Djenepo’s 28th minute dismissal.

Newcastle took complete advantage of their numerical superiority and netted the winner at the final moments through Allan Saint-Maximin.

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