EPL Table & Results: Points Table and Team Standings at 2014-15 Barclays Premier League Week 30

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Matchweek 30 of the Barclays Premier League 2014-15 witnessed some terrific results as the race for top four places received a little clarity. In a battle tipped for the fourth spot, Liverpool and Manchester United were involved a potential six-pointer clash at Anfield. Chelsea with two games in hand and a chance to go six points clear faced Hull City. Arsenal looked to keep the pressure on second placed Manchester City as they faced Newcastle United while the reigning champions welcomed West Bromwich Albion to the Etihad.

The week commenced with the Citizens registering a convincing 3-0 win over the Baggies through goals from Wilfried Bony, Fernando and David Silva. Manuel Pellegrini’s side were aided by Gareth McAuley’s sending off in the second minute. Arsenal were in action at St James’ Park and they managed to hold off the Magpies to secure all three points. Olivier Giroud scored a brace and Moussa Sissoko pulled one goal back for the home side. However, the Gunners held on to clinch the three points and maintain their two-point gap with Manchester City.

Southampton too retained their outsider status in aiming for a top-four berth with a 2-0 win over relegation strugglers Burnely. Tottenham Hostpur survived a scare against bottom club Leicester City courtesy of Harry Kane’s maiden league hat-trick. Chelsea too managed to clinch maximum points and edged a step closer towards clinching the title with a hard fought 3-2 win over Hull City. Eden Hazard and Diego Costa’s goals put the Jose Mourinho’s side ahead at the KC Stadium but quickfire goals from Ahmed El Mohamady and Abel Hernandez restored parity for the Tigers. Substitute Loic Remy then prodded home the winner to push the Blues six points clear of Manchester City.

However, the focus was entirely on Anfield as Liverpool welcomed Manchester United and Louis van Gaal’s side ran out 2-1 winners as Steven Gerrard hit the showers early. The Reds’ skipper playing in his last ever game against the Red Devils stamped Ander Herrera seconds after coming on as a substitute in the second-half. Juan Mata netted on either side of the break and Daniel Sturridge pulled one back for Brendan Rodgers’ side. The result puts the Merseyside club five points behind their arch-rivals.

Results Summary:-  

Saturday – 21/03/2015

Manchester City 3-0 WBA (Wilfried Bony, Fernando Reges, David Silva)

Aston Villa 0-1 Swansea City (Bafetimbi Gomis)

Newcastle United 1-2 Arsenal (Moussa Sissoko – Olivier Giroud x2)

Southampton 2-0 Burnley (Shane Long, Jason Shackell*)

Stoke City 1-2 Crystal Palace (Mame Biram-Diouf – Glenn Murray, Wilfried Zaha)

Tottenham Hotspur 4-3 Leicester City (Harry Kane x3, Jeffery Schlupp – Jamie Vardy, Wes Morgan, David Nugent)

West Ham United 1-0 Sunderland (Diafra Sakho)

Sunday – 22/3/2015

Liverpool 1-2 Manchester United (Daniel Sturridge – Juan Mata x2)

Hull City 2-3 Chelsea (Ahmed El Mohamady, Abel Hernandez – Eden Hazard, Diego Costa, Loic Remy)

Queens Park Rangers 1-2 Everton (Eduardo Vargas – Seamus Coleman, Aaron Lennon)

* = own goal

Barclays Premier League 2014-15 Points Table & Results: Team wise updated points of EPL 2014-15

Position

Club

Played

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

PTS

1

Chelsea

29

20

7

2

61

25

36

67

2

Manchester City

30

18

7

5

62

28

34

61

3

Arsenal

30

18

6

6

58

31

27

60

4

Manchester United

30

17

8

5

52

27

25

59

5

Liverpool

30

16

6

8

44

32

12

54

6

Southampton

30

16

5

9

42

21

21

53

7

Tottenham Hostpur

30

16

5

9

50

45

5

53

8

Swansea City

30

12

7

11

34

38

-4

43

9

West Ham United

30

11

9

10

40

37

3

42

10

Stoke City

30

12

6

12

34

37

-3

42

11

Crystal Palace

30

9

9

12

36

41

-5

36

12

Newcastle United

30

9

8

13

33

48

-15

35

13

Everton

30

8

10

12

38

42

-4

34

14

WBA

30

8

9

13

27

39

-12

33

15

Hull City

30

6

10

14

28

40

-12

28

16

Aston Villa

30

7

7

16

19

39

-20

28

17

Sunderland

30

4

14

12

23

44

-21

26

18

Burnley

30

5

10

15

26

49

-21

25

19

QPR

30

6

4

20

31

54

-23

22

20

Leicester City

29

4

7

18

27

48

-21

19

The EPL Points Table is updated till the end of matches on Sunday (22-March-2015).

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  • truthful man

    UNITED MOVING CLOSER PORTENDS TROUBLE FOR CHELSEA

    • leslie

      Forget it, no way to threaten Chelsea. nex match all Chelsea player will RUN RIOT to score many goals against many other EPL team

  • nkanu joseph

    That true the table is wrong

  • leslie

    I’m sad to see Frank Lampard back into EPL, especially when he plays against his former club. It taught us that… there is no such thing as loyalty BUT JUZ B PROFESSIONism. Chelsea shd hv kept him to train academy youngster in Chelsea, exactly what it is going to do with Drogba. The likes goes to long serving guy like JT , mainly bcoz these players bring Abranovic (Chelsea Owner) Not only the reputation, but also the European
    History empanelled in the history of the club by delivering him the CL trophy !!!

  • amir

    Chelsea is 2014-15 EPL champion

    • jam

      May or may not

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