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Changes in EPL Table & Arsenal New Position After All Yesterday Games Were Played

Harry Kane scored the game's only goal as Tottenham Hotspurs beat Burnley 1-0 at home. With the win, Tottenham Hotspurs passed Arsenal into fourth place in the English Premier League standings with 68 points, while Burnley dropped all the way to 18th place with 34 points. At Villa Park on Sunday, Aston Villa and Crystal Palace tied 1-1. As a result, Aston Villa moved up to 13th place in the EPL standings with 44 points, while Crystal Palace moved up to 12th place with 45 points. Leeds United and Brighton tied 1-1 at Elland Road. This moved Leeds United up to 17th place in the EPL standings with 35 points, while Brighton moved up to 10th place with 48 points. 

Manchester City and West Ham United played to a 2-2 tie at London Stadium. The Cityzens scored goals from Coufal and Grealish. They now have 90 points and are in first place in the English Premier League. West Ham's two goals were scored by Bowen. With 56 points, West Ham moved up to seventh place and earned a spot in European football. Brentford beat up on nine guys. Watford beat Everton 3-2 at Goodison Park, with goals from Henry, Wissa, and Coleman (OG). They now have 46 points and are in 11th place in the EPL table. Everton's goals came from Lewin and Richarlison. They now have 36 points and are in 16th place. Wolves moved up to 8th place in the EPL table with 51 points after a 1-1 draw with Norwich City. Leicester City moved up to 9th place with 48 points after beating Watford 5-1 at Vicarage Road. Now, Leicester City is in ninth place.

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