Premier League Gameweek 13 Roundup: Another week of Premier League action has gone by and as always, it was not short on entertainment and controversy. This marked the end of fixtures for November which was a very eventful month for the league. We will look into all the action that happened all around the table, As we go into the deadly December, where the stakes get higher and the fixtures stack up.
Gameweek 13 Roundup Weekend Review
High Octane Saturday
Arsenal kicked off the latest round of games as they beat Newcastle 2-0 at home, as they reacted with a comfortable win after last week’s thrashing from Liverpool. The goal rush started with Liverpool getting another 4-0 victory against Southampton. Norwich and Wolves played out an uneventful goalless draw at Carrow road. Steven Gerrard continued his winning start to his reign as Villa boss as his team beat an in-form Crystal Palace 1-2 away from home. The day ended with another goalless draw at the Amex tadu=ium between Leeds united and Brighton who were unlucky not to get all three points from the game.
Sunday kicked off with Burnley Vs Tottenham getting postponed due to bad weather conditions. Meanwhile, Leicester City got back to winning ways with a 4-2 win over Watford. Manchester City also continued their rampant run with a 2-1 win over in-form West Ham at the Etihad. The feature game at Stamford Bridge between Chelsea and Manchester United ended with spoils shared after a 1-1 scoreline at the end of the game, where the headline was the dropping of Cristiano Ronaldo.
A Look at The Table
Let’s have a look at the Premier League table as it stands after match week 13. Chelsea continue their long stint at the top of the table, but as they dropped 2 points on Sunday, it allowed Title rivals Manchester City and Liverpool to come closer to them. West Ham are hanging on the final Champions League spot, while Arsenal climbed up to 5th with their win. Wolves sneaked into the top 6 after their goalless draw, while Leicester City enter the top 10 after almost 6 weeks. Brentford also gained places and jumped to 12th after their narrow win against Everton who are one point behind them In 15th. Aston Villa are also up to 13th after successive victories under new management. Burnley, Norwich, and Newcastle occupy the relegation places.
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