Leicester remain top of the table

first_imgThe Foxes have now hit the 50-point mark for the season as they show no signs of faltering in the title race.Man City remain in second place after Sergio Aguero’s early goal gave them a 1-0 win over Sunderland.But Arsenal’s title challenge came-up against Southampton goalkeeper Fraser Forster last night – the England international pulled-off an incredible 10 saves to help the Saints to a scoreless draw at the Emirates. Those dropped points by the Gunners have allowed their north London rivals Tottenham to leap-frog them into third after Harry Kane scored twice to help Spurs to a 3-0 win over Norwich at Carrow Road.Manchester United also scored an impressive 3-0 win last night over Stoke at Old Trafford.– At the other end of the table, West Ham beat bottom-of-the-table Aston Villa 2-0 at Upton Park after Villa played most of the game with 10-men after an early red card for Jordan Ayew.Bournemouth came from a goal behind to beat Crystal Palace, 2-1 while West Brom scored an injury-time equaliser to claim a 1-all draw against Swansea at the Hawthorns.There’s a further two games tonight in the Premier League.Everton will host Newcastle at Goodison Park and Chelsea travel to face Watford.In the Scottish Premiership, Celtic visit closest challengers Aberdeen in a top-of-the-table clash.Kick-off in all of those games is at 19:45.last_img read more

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