Stoke City and Swansea played on Monday to wrap up the week 10 match-ups in the 2016/17 Premier League. Stoke took the match down 3-1, a result that has helped them jump up in the standings. After a slow start, Stoke are now up to 12th spot with all the scores from the last few day's action listed below.

Scores from week 10's Premier League

  • Sunderland 1 - 4 Arsenal
  • Manchester United 0 - 0 Burnley
  • Middlesbrough 2 - 0 AFC Bournemouth
  • Tottenham Hotspur 1 - 1 Leicester City
  • Watford 1 - 0 Hull City
  • West Bromwich 0 - 4 Manchester City
  • Crystal Palace 2 - 4 Liverpool
  • Everton 2 - 0 West Ham United
  • Southampton 0 - 2 Chelsea
  • Stoke City 3 - 1 Swansea City

The result against Sunderland is the leastsurprising.

Arsenal, who hosted,have demonstrated that they are an under-rated club so far. Furthermore, David Moyes, the manager of Sunderland, appearsto be on the edge of getting sacked soon.

According to the Sunderland Echo, Arsenal fans weren't easy on Moyes during the 4-1 beatdown. Debra Fox, in recapping the match, headlined that "Arsenal fans (taunted) David Moyes with 'sacked' chants as odds tumble on dismissal" (October 29th). Something definitely has to change with his club if they want to avoid relegation and firing the manager is usually the easy answer. The same could be said for Hull as they have no points in the standings from their last six matches after such a nice start to the season.

Week 10 could be noted as one that barely registered any kind of upset.

All of the top teams won their matches except for Tottenham who tied the defending champions Leicester City.

Premier League standingssummarized

A few weeks ago Manchester City seemed to have a comfortable lead on top of the Premier League. However, following week 10, there is a log jam at the top. Man City, Arsenal, and Liverpool all have 23 points in the standings while Chelsea and Tottenham have 22 and 20 respectively.

Those fives teams occupy the positions that get into the international club leagues.

After that it's (6) Everton, (7) Watford, (8) Manchester United, (9) Southampton, (10) AFC Bournemouth, (11) Leicester City, (12) Stoke City, (13) Crystal Palace, (14) Burnley, (15) Middlesbrough, (16) West Bromwich, (17) West Ham United, (18) Hull City, (19) Swansea City, and (20) Sunderland.

Teams that finish the season 18th to 20 are subjected to relegation to Championship league.

Follow the page NFL
Follow
Don't miss our page on Facebook!