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Match Review All 10 matches from the 11th round of the Premier League season in one place


The eleventh day of the Premier League season took place between 6 and 8 November. In this article, we’ll take a look at all ten matches from the eleventh round and tell you how things have changed in the Premier League. Even if you’re too busy to watch the games, check out this article to keep up to date with the latest news from the Premier League.

[Overall overview] Changes in the standings for the top teams

First of all, let’s have a look at the list of results of all the matches.

Home Score Away
Southampton 1-0 Aston Villa
Manchester United 0-2 Manchester City
Brentford 1-2 Norwich
Chelsea 1-1 Burnley
Crystal Palace 2-0 Wolverhampton
Brighton 1-1 Newcastle
Arsenal 1-0 Watford
Everton 0-0 Tottenham
Leeds 1-1 Leicester
West Ham 3-2 Liverpool

The first thing to note is that Chelsea and Liverpool, who were first and second in the table until the last round, have both dropped points. On the other hand, Manchester City, who were in third place until the last round, won the Manchester derby against Manchester United 2-0 to move up to second place.

In addition to the top of the standings, Tottenham vs Everton, the first game of the season for Conte’s new side, and Arsenal vs Watford, who are still on a nine-match unbeaten streak, were some of the highlights of the 11th round of the Premier League season. Let’s take a look at the details of each match.

Match 1: Southampton vs Aston Villa

  • Venue: St Mary’s Stadium
  • Score: 1-0
  • Goal scorer: Adam Armstrong (3 mins / Southampton)

The game started with a bang.

Armstrong swung his left foot into the top left-hand corner and the ball flew into the net. The home side held on for a deserved victory. The home side held on for the win and the three points.

The away team lost for the fifth time in a row in the Premier League, and announced the dismissal of Dean Smith as manager. After five consecutive defeats in the Premier League, the away team announced the dismissal of manager Dean Smith, the man behind last season’s success.

Match 2: Manchester United vs Manchester City

  • Venue: Old Trafford
  • Score: 2-0
  • Scorers: Own Goal (7 mins / Eric Bailly-Manchester United), Bernardo Silva (45 mins / Manchester City)

The traditional Manchester derby went to the away team. It was Manchester City who completely dominated the game, and it was no exaggeration to say so.

Manchester City took the lead through an own goal in the 7th minute of the first half and added another in the closing minutes to make it 2-0 at the break. In the second half, Manchester City kept their opponents at bay and the game ended 2-0. The score was 2-0, but the difference was much more than that.

A full review of the game can be found in the following article. If you are interested in the analysis of the match, you can read it here.

Match 3: Brentford vs Norwich

  • Venue: Brentford Community Stadium
  • Score: 1-2
  • Scorers: Mathias Norman (6 mins/Norwich), Teemu Pukki (29 mins/Norwich), Rico Henry (60 mins/Brentford)

Brentford have been very successful this season, beating Arsenal on the opening day of the season to finish 12th in the league despite being promoted. Brentford are in 12th place in the league despite being promoted, while Norwich, also promoted, have had a very difficult start to the season, winning only two games and losing eight.

With such a strong contrast between the two sides, it was expected that the home team would win the game, but the away team defied all expectations. Norwich got their first win of the season.

Match 4: Chelsea vs Burnley

  • Venue: Stamford Bridge
  • Score: 1-1
  • Scorers: Kai Havertz (33 mins/Chelsea), Matej Vydra (79 mins/Burnley)

The match-up between league table leaders Chelsea and relegation-bound Burnley took an unexpected turn.

The home side started the game well, scoring through Kai Havertz in the 33rd minute, but were unable to add to their tally, perhaps due to the injury to their main man Romelu Lukaku. In the 79th minute of the second half, the home side found themselves in a hole in the defensive line and conceded a goal. The game was over, and Chelsea had to settle for a point.

Match 5: Crystal Palace vs Wolverhampton

  • Venue: Selhurst Park
  • Score: 2-0
  • Scorers: Wilfried Zaha (61st minute, Crystal Palace), Conor Gallagher (78th minute, Crystal Palace)

Both teams are unbeaten in their last five league games and both are in good form. Crystal Palace will be looking to build on their wins over Manchester City and Wolverhampton will be looking to build on their wins over Everton.

The game was decided in the last minute of the match. Crystal Palace ace Zaha’s goal was once ruled out for offside, but VAR overturned the decision. The home side added another goal in the 78th minute and held on for the win. The home team won the match with another goal in the 78th minute.

Match 6: Brighton v Newcastle

  • Venue: Amex Stadium
  • Score: 1-1
  • Scorers: Leandro Trossard (24th minute, Brighton), Isaac Hayden (66th minute, Newcastle)

The home side, who have lost just two league games so far this season against the likes of Everton, Leicester, Arsenal, Manchester City and Liverpool, were held to a 1-1 draw by Newcastle, who are undergoing a controversial change of ownership. The game ended in a 1-1 draw.

It was a draw that hurt not only Brighton, who will be looking for three points from their opponents at the bottom of the table, but also Newcastle, who will be looking to get out of the relegation zone as soon as possible.

Match 7: Arsenal vs Watford

  • Venue: Emirates Stadium
  • Score: 1-0
  • Scorer: Emile Smith Rowe (56th minute / Arsenal)

A strike from Smith Rowe, Arsenal’s new No.10 for the season, scored the winner as Arsenal continued their good form at home to Watford.

Arsenal’s run of form has been unbelievable since the start of the season, when they lost three games in a row and found themselves in the relegation zone. If Arsenal can win this match as well, they will be in a position to qualify for the Champions League.

Match 8: Everton vs Tottenham

  • Venue: Goodison Park
  • Score: 0-0
  • Scorers: None

In Antonio Conte’s first game in charge of Tottenham, the game ended in a scoreless draw. Despite the lack of goals, the game was very entertaining, with 20 shots from both teams and Everton having a man sent off.

Despite the lack of results, Conte’s men came out of their slump with a bang. It will be interesting to see if the new manager can save a team that is in the middle of the league.

Match 9: Leeds vs Leicester

  • Venue: Elland Road
  • Score: 1-1
  • Scorers: Hafinha (26th minute / Leeds), Harvey Barnes (28th minute / Leicester)

Both teams have struggled to get results this season after their impressive performances last season. Both teams were looking for a way out of their slump, but the result was a draw. Both teams combined for 27 shots in the game, but it was a hard fought draw.

Both teams will be looking for a result in the next round, as they have already proven their ability last season. It will be interesting to see what both teams can do in the next round.

Match 10: West Ham vs Liverpool

  • Venue: London Stadium
  • Score: 3-2
  • Scorers: Own Goal (4 mins/Alisson/Liverpool), Trent Alexander-Arnold (41 mins/Liverpool), Pablo Fornals (67 mins/West Ham), Kurt Zouma (74 mins/West Ham), Divock Origi (83 mins/Liverpool)

West Ham defeated a difficult Liverpool side at home. West Ham played their own football and were not intimidated by the overwhelming attacking power of Liverpool. They played their own football and got the three points. On the other hand, Liverpool could not break down the West Ham defence. Liverpool were unable to break down the West Ham defence and suffered their first defeat in the league.

A full review of the match can be found in the following article. If you’re interested, you can read our analysis of the game at each of the turning points.

Summary of the standings at the end of section 11

How did we do?

The standings at the end of the eleventh round are as follows

Rank Team Points Win draw Lose Goals Scored
Chelsea 26 23
Manchester City 23 16
West Ham 23 10
Liverpool 22 20
Arsenal 20
Manchester United 17
Brighton 17
Wolverhampton 16 -1
Tottenham 16 -7
10 Crystal Palace 15
11 Everton 15
12 Leicester 15 -2
13 Southampton 14 -2
14 Brentford 12 -1
15 Leeds 11 -7
16 Aston Villa 10 -6
17 Watford 10 -7
18 Burnley 8 -6
19 Newcastle 5 -12
20 Norwich 5 -21

We will be posting a summary of the previous games in Section 12 as well, so look out for that next week.


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