Premier League table 2016: How it stands, what were the results and what are the fixtures next week

ANOTHER week, another fascinating round of Premier League action.

Despite the dead rubber of Liverpool and Manchester United on Monday evening, the weekend provided some typically thunderous action across the board.

Claudio Ranieri saw his Foxes crash to a 3-0 defeat at Chelsea

Chelsea dealt struggling defending champions Leicester a lesson at Stamford Bridge, smashing them for three without reply, whilst Bournemouth were the standout performers as they thrashed sorry Hull.

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There were also welcome wins for Arsenal, Stoke and West Ham, whilst Spurs remained unbeaten thanks to Dele Alli’s last minute heroics at the Hawthorns.

Manchester City had to fight back at home to Everton whilst Southampton and Watford came out on top in the Sunday kick-offs.

Here’s a rundown of the state of play after eight games – and what to look forward to next week.


Saturday 15th October 

Chelsea 3 – 0 Leicester –  REPORT

Bournemouth 6 – 1 Hull City –  REPORT

Arsenal 3 – 2 Swansea City –  REPORT

West Brom 1 – 1 Spurs –  REPORT

Stoke City 2 – 0 Sunderland –  REPORT 

Manchester City 1 – 1 Everton –  REPORT

Crystal Palace 0 – 1 West Ham –  REPORT

Sunday 16th October 

Southampton 3 – 1 Burnley –  REPORT

Middlesbrough 0 – 1 Watford –  REPORT

Monday 17th October

Liverpool 0 – 0 Manchester United –  REPORT


How it stands



Saturday October 22

Bournemouth v Tottenham (12:30)

Leicester v Crystal Palace (15:00)

Hull City v Stoke City (15:00)

Burnley v Everton (15:00)

Arsenal v Middlesbrough (15:00)

West Ham v Sunderland (15:00)

Swansea v Watford (15:00)

Liverpool v West Brom (17:30)

Sunday 23 October

Manchester City v Southampton (13:30)

Chelsea v Manchester United (16:00)

Top Scorers

Diego Costa (Chelsea) – 7

Romelu Lukaku (Everton) – 5

Michail Antonio (West Ham) – 5

Theo Walcott (Arsenal) – 5

Sergio Aguero (Man City) – 5

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