Sheffield United showed that they are no flash in the pan by beating Bournemouth while Everton continue their resurgence under their new manager by beating Crystal Palace.
Saturday’s fixtures (8 Feb)
Everton 3 Palace 1
Sunday’s fixtures (9 Feb)
Brighton 1 Watford 1
Sheffield 2 Bournemouth 1
Monday’s fixtures (10 Feb)
Man City West Ham (postponed due to extreme weather)
Editor's thoughts: This is the first time that the Premier League is having a winter break and the managers must be feeling thankful for the rest, with the current coronavirus situation. The fans must be feeling a bit lost though with the fixtures over one weekend being played over two instead. New Manchester United striker is also a victim of the current situation, as his new club decided that she should not join his new mates for warm weather training in Spain. The reason being he may be at risk of not being able to re-enter due to his time playing in China previously before joining United. In the meantime, do practice good personal hygiene and stay safe and healthy everyone!
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. Follow Gary on Instagram @thisisgaryyang
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