Premier league Actions came alive again on Tuesday night across seven-match venues in England as EPL teams battle it out with their respective opponents. The Big game on Tuesday night was at Anfield between Liverpool v Chelsea. Here is a quick summary of major premier league matches played last night.

Arsenal 1 - 2 Watford

This game was the most amazing encounter last night as the Gunners were defeated by Watford at the Emirate stadium, the first goal of the game came just barely 10' when Younes Kaboul opened the scoring with a powerful shot aided by a deflection off Aaron Ramsey.just in the space of 3' Troy Deeney gave Watford the second goal lead by completely putting gunners fans into silent mode throughout the first half.

In the 58' Iwobi scored arsenal consolation goal thanks to an assist from Alexis Sanchez.The gunners gained dominance on the field but never find the back of the goalie again; with this result, Arsenal remains in the 3rd spot on the table with 47 points.

Burnley 1- 0 Leicester city

The premier league champions suffered yet another defeat despite their current ranking at the log prior to Tuesday's clash. The only goal of the game came 87' scored by Sam Vokes, giving the home side the 3 points they needed to stay afloat on the log. With this disappointing result from the Foxes they are now 16th on the log with just 21 points.

The Big Game: Liverpool 1 - 1 Chelsea

The big game on Tuesday night was staged at the Anfield as Chelsea still maintain their lead in the EPL.

Chelsea took the lead on the 25' by David Luis quick taken free kick. Liverpool piled pressure on the visiting team until 57' a fantastic header by Georginio Wijnaldum brought hope to the Anfield fans. Chelsea could have taken a come-back lead in the 76' when Diego Costa's penalty shot was saved by "superb" Mignolet.

Swansea 2 - 1 Southampton

Relegation threaten Swansea kept their hope alive when they outclassed the visiting side. Alfie Mawson 38' header gave Swansea the lead in the first half, 57' the Saints staged a comeback when Shane long's close range right-footed shot eluded Swan's goalie Lukasz Fabianski. But the home team were zealous enough to double the lead in the 76' thanks to Sigurdsson's striking effort.