Football - Soccer-English premier league results and standings

Jan 20 (Infostrada Sports) - Results and standings from the English premier league matches on Sunday Sunday, January 20 Chelsea 2 Arsenal 1 Saturday, January 19 Liverpool 5 Norwich City 0 Manchester City 2 Fulham 0 Newcastle United 1 Reading 2 Swansea City 3 Stoke City 1 West Bromwich

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Jan 20 (Infostrada Sports) - Results and standings from the English premier league matches on Sunday Sunday, January 20 Chelsea 2 Arsenal 1 Saturday, January 19 Liverpool 5 Norwich City 0 Manchester City 2 Fulham 0 Newcastle United 1 Reading 2 Swansea City 3 Stoke City 1 West Bromwich Albion 2 Aston Villa 2 West Ham United 1 Queens Park Rangers 1 Wigan Athletic 2 Sunderland 3

Standings P W D L F A Pts 1 Manchester United 22 18 1 3 56 29 55 2 Manchester City 23 15 6 2 45 19 51 3 Chelsea 23 13 6 4 47 22 45 ------------------------- 4 Tottenham Hotspur 22 12 4 6 39 27 40 ------------------------- 5 Everton 22 9 10 3 35 26 37 ------------------------- 6 Arsenal 22 9 7 6 41 26 34 7 Liverpool 23 9 7 7 40 28 34 ------------------------- 8 West Bromwich Albion 23 10 4 9 33 32 34 9 Swansea City 23 8 9 6 34 27 33 10 Stoke City 23 6 11 6 22 27 29 11 Sunderland 23 7 7 9 27 31 28 12 West Ham United 22 7 6 9 25 28 27 13 Norwich City 23 6 8 9 24 39 26 14 Fulham 23 6 7 10 33 40 25 15 Southampton 22 5 7 10 30 40 22 16 Newcastle United 23 5 6 12 28 41 21 17 Aston Villa 23 4 8 11 19 44 20 ------------------------- 18 Reading 23 4 7 12 28 43 19 19 Wigan Athletic 23 5 4 14 25 43 19 20 Queens Park Rangers 23 2 9 12 18 37 15 1-3: Champions League / EC I 4: Champions League preliminary round 5: Europa League 6-7: Europa League depending on domestic cup 18-20: Relegation Next Fixtures (GMT): Sunday, January 20 Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United (1600) Monday, January 21 Southampton v Everton (2000)

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