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EPL roundup from the weekend

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Liverpool remain perfect at the top of the league table while Manchester City try their best to stay in touch, though barely, with a five point gap already separating them.


Saturday’s fixtures (28 Sep)

Sheffield 0 Liverpool 1

Tottenham 2 Southampton 1

Wolves 2 Watford 0

Bournemouth 2 West Ham 2

Aston Villa 2 Burnley 2

Chelsea 2 Brighton 0

Palace 2 Norwich 0

Sunday’s fixtures (29 Sep)

Everton 1 Man City 3

Leicester 5 Newcastle 0


Editor's thoughts: I know I am sounding like a broken record but that's what Liverpool is like this season, unrelenting. They have simply been swatting aside whoever has come into their path and as a Man United supporter, I am secretly afraid that this could be their season, their time to finally lift the coveted Premier League trophy. But then again, you should never count Manchester City out. They are five points behind currently but we have seen stranger things happen in this fascinating league. On the other hand, Leicester has improved by leaps and bounds since Brendan Rodgers took over and they simply destroyed Newcastle last night, hitting them five for nothing. Vardy looks rejuvenated under his new manager and its starting to look promising again following their dismal seasons after winning the league during that fairy tale season. The match of the week will only happen tonight though when Arsenal visit Old Trafford. A much depleted United team will find Arsenal a tough adversary, especially with Aubameyang firing on all cylinders. 

Gary Yang is a myActiveSG Editor and Presenter. Gary started his career as a suit cum copywriter at an advertising agency, followed by a successful stint in Corporate Communications with Singapore Press Holdings and Asia Pacific Breweries, before eventually joining the editorial team at Sport Singapore. He now turns his attention to fitness and wellness headlines and sniffing out news angles in the sporting arena.