EPL Table: Premier League standings after 29 matches

Richard Parry
Evening Standard
How the Premier League table looks after 29 matches
How the Premier League table looks after 29 matches

Tottenham head into the international break with a two-point lead over Manchester City as Mauricio Pochettino cut Chelsea's lead at the top back to ten points.

Goals from Christian Eriksen and Dele Alli helped Spurs defeat Southampton at White Hart Lane before City and Liverpool played out a 1-1 draw at the Etihad.

Meanwhile, Manchester United moved above Arsenal and Everton into fifth place in with victory over Middlesbrough.

Jose Mourinho’s side recorded a 3-1 victory at the Riverside Stadium as Arsene Wenger’s Gunners fell into sixth spot following their defeat at West Brom.

EPL | The Premier League table after 29 matches

Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GD

Pts

1

Chelsea

28

22

3

3

38

69

2

Tottenham

28

17

8

3

34

59

3

Man City

28

17

6

5

24

57

4

Liverpool

29

16

8

5

25

56

5

Man United

27

14

10

3

19

52

6

Arsenal

27

15

5

7

22

50

7

Everton

29

14

10

3

21

50

8

West Brom

29

12

7

10

1

43

9

Stoke City

29

9

9

11

-9

36

10

Southampton

27

9

6

12

-3

33

11

Bournemouth

29

9

6

14

-12

33

12

West Ham

29

9

6

14

-12

33

13

Burnley

29

9

5

15

-11

32

14

Watford

28

8

7

13

-15

31

15

Leicester City

28

8

6

14

-14

30

16

Crystal Palace

28

8

4

16

-10

28

17

Swansea City

28

8

3

17

-25

27

18

Hull City

29

6

6

17

-32

24

19

Middlesbrough

28

4

10

14

-13

22

20

Sunderland

28

5

5

18

-26

20

As Arsenal fans battled out over Arsene Wenger’s future with aerial protests, the Gunners found themselves utterly outclassed by a powerful, organised Albion side.

Two Craig Dawson headers either side of Hal Robson-Kanu pouncing on David Ospina spilling a cross were too much for the visitors, whose goal came from Alexis Sanchez.

Elsewhere, a Troy Deeney own goal saw Crystal Palace collect their third win on the bounce against Watford, while West Ham fell to 3-2 defeat at the London Stadium to a resurgent Leicester City.

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