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Premier League Highlights – Sunday 29 December 2019

Three Premier League matches took place on Sunday 29 December 2019.

As each is posted, I’ll put the highlights in here, courtesy of offical UK Premier League highlights service Sky Sports. Please note, these may not work outside of the UK. Also note, any ads on these videos are from Sky / YouTube, not added by me. I don’t post these videos for any profit – I do it because I want to see a full day’s football in one place… for the fans!

Arsenal v Chelsea (1-2)

Aresenal will be hoping for better in 2020, as their dismal 2019 continued here. 1-0 up turned into a 2-1 defeat to Chelsea, who cemented their place in the top four, thanks to strikes from Jorginho and Abraham who turned the match on it’s head in 5 second half minutes.

A late show from Lampard’s inconsistent blues, and yet another disappointment for beleaguered Arsenal fans.

Liverpool v Wolves (1-0)

Liverpool enjoyed the benefit of two quite close VAR decisions in this match, which saw them move 13 points clear at the top of the table once more.

Unlucky for Wolves who could easily have returned from Anfield with a point.

Man City v Sheffield United (2-0)

City beat Sheffield United courtesy of a couple of second half goals, the first of which from Sergio Aguero came after Blades had a goal ruled out for offside by VAR… and to add a little insult, the City goal came after the ball rebounded back off the referee. Ouch. 12th man stuff.

De Bruyne, who had been the rebound recipient, went on to add a second for the hosts, but the visitors showed once again they are no pushovers. They could have got something from this match with a little bit more luck.

City weren’t at their brilliant best, but they did enough for three points.

League Table on 29 December 2019

TeamPGDPts
1Liverpool193355
2Leicester202442
3Man City203141
4Chelsea20735
5Man Utd20931
6Tottenham20730
7Wolves20430
8Sheff Utd20429
9Crystal Palace20-427
10Everton20-725
11Newcastle20-1025
12Arsenal20-424
13Burnley20-924
14Brighton20-423
15Southampton20-1422
16Bournemouth20-820
17West Ham19-1119
18Aston Villa20-1118
19Watford20-1816
20Norwich20-1913

Liverpool extended back to 13 points clear at the top, and Man City stayed 14 points behind them in third place, after all the top 5 won this weekend.

Spurs and Wolves saw Man United move into fifth place.

See more Premier League highlights here.

By Robin Scott

I'm Robin Scott, a WordPress and WooCommerce expert who, along with three other people, runs a business called Silicon Dales Ltd remotely, from a base in the North West of the UK (kind of near Manchester!). I enjoy using my talents for programming to track and interpret sporting, political or retail data - and therefore you'll see me posting some content in these spaces in this, my personal website. If you're interested to talk about leveraging this for your business (in sport, entertainment, retail, etc) please contact me.

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