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Football: Premier League – February 4th 2017

Phoenix Sport’s Scott W reports with a bonus piece rounding-up all the Premier League action today (Feb 4th ’17).

Chelsea  3 – 1 Arsenal

Chelsea continued their imperious recent form by defeating the Gunners at Stamford Bridge. Marcos Alonso put the Blues ahead early-on. Second-half goals from Eden Hazard and substitute Cesc Fabregas sealed the win for Antonio Conte’s men. Substitute Oliver Giroud got a late consolation for Arsenal. Chelsea stay top, nine points clear of Spurs, having won 8 of their last ten league matches. The Gunners stay in 3rd spot, now 12 points behind today’s opponents.

Crystal Palace  0 – 4  Sunderland

The Black Cats recorded a big win at Selhurst Park. David Moyes’ men did all the damage in the first period. Lamine Kone put the visitors ahead early-on, before a blistering three-goal salvo in five minutes ended the contest. Didier Ndong and a brace from hot-shot Jermaine Defoe sealed the points and Sunderland’s first win in seven league matches. They stay bottom though are only two points from safety now. Palace fall to 19th spot, level on points with today’s opponents.

Everton  6 – 3 Bournemouth

Certainly for the neutral, this must be a ‘match of the season’ contender as Everton secured a handsome win at Goodison Park. The Toffees opened the scoring in the opening minute through Romelu Lukaku. James McCarthy doubled the lead mid-way through the first half. Lukaku grabbed his second of the afternoon on the half-hour as the home side led 3-0 at the break. Bournemouth rallied in the second period and reduced their arrears through a brace from Josh King. There was simply no stopping Lukaku though as he bagged two more in the last ten minutes, to take his tally for the afternoon to four. Harry Arter grabbed a late goal for the Cherries just before Ross Barkley added a sixth for Everton, though it clearly wasn’t an afternoon to be a defender! Ronald Koeman’s side are now unbeaten in seven league matches, staying 7th in the table. As for Eddie Howe’s men, they stay 14th, six points above the drop zone.

Hull City  2 – 0 Liverpool

The Tigers continued their mini-revival under new manager Mauro Silva with an impressive win over stuttering Liverpool at the KC Stadium. Goals in each half from debutant loan signing Alfred N’Diaye and fellow loanee Omar Niasse sealed the win. Hull rise to 18th place, just a point from safety. Liverpool stay 4th, though lose ground on the top two.

Southampton  1 – 3  West Ham Utd     

Slaven Bilic’s men gained another good away win, this time at St Mary’s. The Saints took the lead through new signing Manolo Gabbiadini early on. The Hammers hot-shot Andy Carroll levelled just minutes later. Pedro Obiang gave West Ham the lead two minutes before the break. Shortly after the interval, an OG from Steven Davis sealed the win for the visitors. The Saints have lost six of their last seven league matches now, residing in 13th spot. As for West Ham, they rise to 9th place.

Tottenham Hotspur  1 –  0 Middlesbrough

A second-half penalty from Harry Kane was enough to give Spurs the win at White Hart Lane. Spurs are now unbeaten in nine league matches, going outright 2nd and they keep Chelsea’s lead at the top to nine points. ‘Boro stay 15th, though are only a point clear of the bottom three.

Watford  2 – 1 Burnley

The Hornets grabbed an important home-win over fellow mid-table side Burnley at Vicarage Road. Burnley were down to ten men in the opening 10 minutes as Jeff Hendrick saw red. Captain Troy Deeney gave his side the lead early-on before recent loan signing M’Baye Niang doubled the lead just before half-time. Burnley fought back after the break, and a late penalty from Ashley Barnes reduced their arrears. Watford are now unbeaten in four league matches, and rise to 10th place. Burnley fall to 12th spot.

West Brom  1 – 0 Stoke City

An early goal from James Morrison was enough to grab all three points for Tony Pulis’ men at the Hawthorns. The Baggies have now won 8 of their last 10 home matches, residing in 8th place, just six points behind Man Utd in 6th. Stoke fall to 11th spot.

Sunday’s matches  (5th Feb ’17)

Man City v Swansea City     V: Eithad Stadium    KO: 1.30pm

Leicester City v Man Utd      V: King Power Stadium  KO: 4pm

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Football: Premier League – February 4th 2017

Phoenix Sport’s Scott W reports with a bonus piece rounding-up all the Premier League action today (Feb 4th ’17).

Chelsea  3 – 1 Arsenal

Chelsea continued their imperious recent form by defeating the Gunners at Stamford Bridge. Marcos Alonso put the Blues ahead early-on. Second-half goals from Eden Hazard and substitute Cesc Fabregas sealed the win for Antonio Conte’s men. Substitute Oliver Giroud got a late consolation for Arsenal. Chelsea stay top, nine points clear of Spurs, having won 8 of their last ten league matches. The Gunners stay in 3rd spot, now 12 points behind today’s opponents.

Crystal Palace  0 – 4  Sunderland

The Black Cats recorded a big win at Selhurst Park. David Moyes’ men did all the damage in the first period. Lamine Kone put the visitors ahead early-on, before a blistering three-goal salvo in five minutes ended the contest. Didier Ndong and a brace from hot-shot Jermaine Defoe sealed the points and Sunderland’s first win in seven league matches. They stay bottom though are only two points from safety now. Palace fall to 19th spot, level on points with today’s opponents.

Everton  6 – 3 Bournemouth

Certainly for the neutral, this must be a ‘match of the season’ contender as Everton secured a handsome win at Goodison Park. The Toffees opened the scoring in the opening minute through Romelu Lukaku. James McCarthy doubled the lead mid-way through the first half. Lukaku grabbed his second of the afternoon on the half-hour as the home side led 3-0 at the break. Bournemouth rallied in the second period and reduced their arrears through a brace from Josh King. There was simply no stopping Lukaku though as he bagged two more in the last ten minutes, to take his tally for the afternoon to four. Harry Arter grabbed a late goal for the Cherries just before Ross Barkley added a sixth for Everton, though it clearly wasn’t an afternoon to be a defender! Ronald Koeman’s side are now unbeaten in seven league matches, staying 7th in the table. As for Eddie Howe’s men, they stay 14th, six points above the drop zone.

Hull City  2 – 0 Liverpool

The Tigers continued their mini-revival under new manager Mauro Silva with an impressive win over stuttering Liverpool at the KC Stadium. Goals in each half from debutant loan signing Alfred N’Diaye and fellow loanee Omar Niasse sealed the win. Hull rise to 18th place, just a point from safety. Liverpool stay 4th, though lose ground on the top two.

Southampton  1 – 3  West Ham Utd     

Slaven Bilic’s men gained another good away win, this time at St Mary’s. The Saints took the lead through new signing Manolo Gabbiadini early on. The Hammers hot-shot Andy Carroll levelled just minutes later. Pedro Obiang gave West Ham the lead two minutes before the break. Shortly after the interval, an OG from Steven Davis sealed the win for the visitors. The Saints have lost six of their last seven league matches now, residing in 13th spot. As for West Ham, they rise to 9th place.

Tottenham Hotspur  1 –  0 Middlesbrough

A second-half penalty from Harry Kane was enough to give Spurs the win at White Hart Lane. Spurs are now unbeaten in nine league matches, going outright 2nd and they keep Chelsea’s lead at the top to nine points. ‘Boro stay 15th, though are only a point clear of the bottom three.

Watford  2 – 1 Burnley

The Hornets grabbed an important home-win over fellow mid-table side Burnley at Vicarage Road. Burnley were down to ten men in the opening 10 minutes as Jeff Hendrick saw red. Captain Troy Deeney gave his side the lead early-on before recent loan signing M’Baye Niang doubled the lead just before half-time. Burnley fought back after the break, and a late penalty from Ashley Barnes reduced their arrears. Watford are now unbeaten in four league matches, and rise to 10th place. Burnley fall to 12th spot.

West Brom  1 – 0 Stoke City

An early goal from James Morrison was enough to grab all three points for Tony Pulis’ men at the Hawthorns. The Baggies have now won 8 of their last 10 home matches, residing in 8th place, just six points behind Man Utd in 6th. Stoke fall to 11th spot.

Sunday’s matches  (5th Feb ’17)

Man City v Swansea City     V: Eithad Stadium    KO: 1.30pm

Leicester City v Man Utd      V: King Power Stadium  KO: 4pm

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Football: Premier League – February 4th 2017

Phoenix Sport’s Scott W reports with a bonus piece rounding-up all the Premier League action today (Feb 4th ’17).

Chelsea  3 – 1 Arsenal

Chelsea continued their imperious recent form by defeating the Gunners at Stamford Bridge. Marcos Alonso put the Blues ahead early-on. Second-half goals from Eden Hazard and substitute Cesc Fabregas sealed the win for Antonio Conte’s men. Substitute Oliver Giroud got a late consolation for Arsenal. Chelsea stay top, nine points clear of Spurs, having won 8 of their last ten league matches. The Gunners stay in 3rd spot, now 12 points behind today’s opponents.

Crystal Palace  0 – 4  Sunderland

The Black Cats recorded a big win at Selhurst Park. David Moyes’ men did all the damage in the first period. Lamine Kone put the visitors ahead early-on, before a blistering three-goal salvo in five minutes ended the contest. Didier Ndong and a brace from hot-shot Jermaine Defoe sealed the points and Sunderland’s first win in seven league matches. They stay bottom though are only two points from safety now. Palace fall to 19th spot, level on points with today’s opponents.

Everton  6 – 3 Bournemouth

Certainly for the neutral, this must be a ‘match of the season’ contender as Everton secured a handsome win at Goodison Park. The Toffees opened the scoring in the opening minute through Romelu Lukaku. James McCarthy doubled the lead mid-way through the first half. Lukaku grabbed his second of the afternoon on the half-hour as the home side led 3-0 at the break. Bournemouth rallied in the second period and reduced their arrears through a brace from Josh King. There was simply no stopping Lukaku though as he bagged two more in the last ten minutes, to take his tally for the afternoon to four. Harry Arter grabbed a late goal for the Cherries just before Ross Barkley added a sixth for Everton, though it clearly wasn’t an afternoon to be a defender! Ronald Koeman’s side are now unbeaten in seven league matches, staying 7th in the table. As for Eddie Howe’s men, they stay 14th, six points above the drop zone.

Hull City  2 – 0 Liverpool

The Tigers continued their mini-revival under new manager Mauro Silva with an impressive win over stuttering Liverpool at the KC Stadium. Goals in each half from debutant loan signing Alfred N’Diaye and fellow loanee Omar Niasse sealed the win. Hull rise to 18th place, just a point from safety. Liverpool stay 4th, though lose ground on the top two.

Southampton  1 – 3  West Ham Utd     

Slaven Bilic’s men gained another good away win, this time at St Mary’s. The Saints took the lead through new signing Manolo Gabbiadini early on. The Hammers hot-shot Andy Carroll levelled just minutes later. Pedro Obiang gave West Ham the lead two minutes before the break. Shortly after the interval, an OG from Steven Davis sealed the win for the visitors. The Saints have lost six of their last seven league matches now, residing in 13th spot. As for West Ham, they rise to 9th place.

Tottenham Hotspur  1 –  0 Middlesbrough

A second-half penalty from Harry Kane was enough to give Spurs the win at White Hart Lane. Spurs are now unbeaten in nine league matches, going outright 2nd and they keep Chelsea’s lead at the top to nine points. ‘Boro stay 15th, though are only a point clear of the bottom three.

Watford  2 – 1 Burnley

The Hornets grabbed an important home-win over fellow mid-table side Burnley at Vicarage Road. Burnley were down to ten men in the opening 10 minutes as Jeff Hendrick saw red. Captain Troy Deeney gave his side the lead early-on before recent loan signing M’Baye Niang doubled the lead just before half-time. Burnley fought back after the break, and a late penalty from Ashley Barnes reduced their arrears. Watford are now unbeaten in four league matches, and rise to 10th place. Burnley fall to 12th spot.

West Brom  1 – 0 Stoke City

An early goal from James Morrison was enough to grab all three points for Tony Pulis’ men at the Hawthorns. The Baggies have now won 8 of their last 10 home matches, residing in 8th place, just six points behind Man Utd in 6th. Stoke fall to 11th spot.

Sunday’s matches  (5th Feb ’17)

Man City v Swansea City     V: Eithad Stadium    KO: 1.30pm

Leicester City v Man Utd      V: King Power Stadium  KO: 4pm

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Football: Premier League – February 4th 2017

Phoenix Sport’s Scott W reports with a bonus piece rounding-up all the Premier League action today (Feb 4th ’17).

Chelsea  3 – 1 Arsenal

Chelsea continued their imperious recent form by defeating the Gunners at Stamford Bridge. Marcos Alonso put the Blues ahead early-on. Second-half goals from Eden Hazard and substitute Cesc Fabregas sealed the win for Antonio Conte’s men. Substitute Oliver Giroud got a late consolation for Arsenal. Chelsea stay top, nine points clear of Spurs, having won 8 of their last ten league matches. The Gunners stay in 3rd spot, now 12 points behind today’s opponents.

Crystal Palace  0 – 4  Sunderland

The Black Cats recorded a big win at Selhurst Park. David Moyes’ men did all the damage in the first period. Lamine Kone put the visitors ahead early-on, before a blistering three-goal salvo in five minutes ended the contest. Didier Ndong and a brace from hot-shot Jermaine Defoe sealed the points and Sunderland’s first win in seven league matches. They stay bottom though are only two points from safety now. Palace fall to 19th spot, level on points with today’s opponents.

Everton  6 – 3 Bournemouth

Certainly for the neutral, this must be a ‘match of the season’ contender as Everton secured a handsome win at Goodison Park. The Toffees opened the scoring in the opening minute through Romelu Lukaku. James McCarthy doubled the lead mid-way through the first half. Lukaku grabbed his second of the afternoon on the half-hour as the home side led 3-0 at the break. Bournemouth rallied in the second period and reduced their arrears through a brace from Josh King. There was simply no stopping Lukaku though as he bagged two more in the last ten minutes, to take his tally for the afternoon to four. Harry Arter grabbed a late goal for the Cherries just before Ross Barkley added a sixth for Everton, though it clearly wasn’t an afternoon to be a defender! Ronald Koeman’s side are now unbeaten in seven league matches, staying 7th in the table. As for Eddie Howe’s men, they stay 14th, six points above the drop zone.

Hull City  2 – 0 Liverpool

The Tigers continued their mini-revival under new manager Mauro Silva with an impressive win over stuttering Liverpool at the KC Stadium. Goals in each half from debutant loan signing Alfred N’Diaye and fellow loanee Omar Niasse sealed the win. Hull rise to 18th place, just a point from safety. Liverpool stay 4th, though lose ground on the top two.

Southampton  1 – 3  West Ham Utd     

Slaven Bilic’s men gained another good away win, this time at St Mary’s. The Saints took the lead through new signing Manolo Gabbiadini early on. The Hammers hot-shot Andy Carroll levelled just minutes later. Pedro Obiang gave West Ham the lead two minutes before the break. Shortly after the interval, an OG from Steven Davis sealed the win for the visitors. The Saints have lost six of their last seven league matches now, residing in 13th spot. As for West Ham, they rise to 9th place.

Tottenham Hotspur  1 –  0 Middlesbrough

A second-half penalty from Harry Kane was enough to give Spurs the win at White Hart Lane. Spurs are now unbeaten in nine league matches, going outright 2nd and they keep Chelsea’s lead at the top to nine points. ‘Boro stay 15th, though are only a point clear of the bottom three.

Watford  2 – 1 Burnley

The Hornets grabbed an important home-win over fellow mid-table side Burnley at Vicarage Road. Burnley were down to ten men in the opening 10 minutes as Jeff Hendrick saw red. Captain Troy Deeney gave his side the lead early-on before recent loan signing M’Baye Niang doubled the lead just before half-time. Burnley fought back after the break, and a late penalty from Ashley Barnes reduced their arrears. Watford are now unbeaten in four league matches, and rise to 10th place. Burnley fall to 12th spot.

West Brom  1 – 0 Stoke City

An early goal from James Morrison was enough to grab all three points for Tony Pulis’ men at the Hawthorns. The Baggies have now won 8 of their last 10 home matches, residing in 8th place, just six points behind Man Utd in 6th. Stoke fall to 11th spot.

Sunday’s matches  (5th Feb ’17)

Man City v Swansea City     V: Eithad Stadium    KO: 1.30pm

Leicester City v Man Utd      V: King Power Stadium  KO: 4pm

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