Premier League ’18-19 – Highlights: Manchester United Flying High After 4 Consecutive Wins

This is the next six matches of the Premier League, Match Day 20 of 38. The match highlights and the top 10 teams points table is included.

Premier League ’18-19 – Highlights: Manchester City Continue To Dominate

Points Table – Premier League ’18-19

Rank Name Won Draw Lost Points
1 Liverpool 17 3 0 54
2 Tottenham 16 0 5 48
3 Manchester City 15 2 3 47
4 Chelsea 13 5 3 44
5 Arsenal 12 5 4 41
6 Manchester United 11 5 5 38
7 Leicester City 9 4 8 31
8 Watford 8 5 8 29
9 Wolves 8 5 8 29
10 West Ham 8 4 9 28

For Complete Premier League 2018-19 team rankings, click here

English Premier League 2018-19 – Full Schedule

Match 1 of 10: Wolves vs Crystal Palace

Result:  0 – 2

Goal Scorers:

  • Crystal Palace: Jordan Ayew 83′, Luka Milivojevic 90+5′ (P)

Match Statistics:

Wolves Team Stats Crystal Palace
9 Shots 17
1 Shots On Target 4
53% Possession 47%
526 Passes 473
82% Pass Accuracy 79%
9 Fouls 7
4 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0
1 Offsides 0
3 Corners 10


Premier League

  • Fifteen matches into his Premier League vocation with Crystal Palace, and 83 minutes into a match that appeared to be sure to end in halt, Jordan Ayew scored an goal. He took it pleasantly, as well, opening home from six yards to put Roy Hodgson’s side on the way towards three valuable away points. Luka Milivojevic affirmed the success by changing over a punishment in stoppage time.
  • In the wake of seeing his group finish up 2018 with the best aftereffect of their season – that exciting 3-1 triumph over Tottenham at Wembley – Nuno Espírito Santo requested that his players respect the new year’s goals that he made for their benefit: to show signs of improvement at home.

  • Wolves gathered a larger number of focuses away than at Molineux in the initial segment of this battle, winning only four of 10 home matches. Nuno needed his players to end up all the more prohibiting hosts and the duel with Palace would be a fascinating trial of their capacity to do as such, Wolves having won the Premier League match 1-0 at Selhurst Park in October. On the other hand, Palace’s last excursion yielded not just an away success but rather a relatively shocking one, 3-2 at Manchester City.
  • Nuno made three modifications to the lineup that began the triumph once again Spurs, with Romain Saïss coming back to midfield and João Moutinho and Hélder Costa compensated for their fine shows as second-half substitutes at Wembley. Costa was conveyed as one of two players flanking the striker Raúl Jiménez.

  • The other was Ivan Cavaleiro. Every individual from that trio is no uncertainty mindful of Wolves’ enthusiasm for a January exchange move for Tammy Abraham, the Chelsea forward who has been scoring routinely while on credit Aston Villa this season.
  • Crystal Palace are likewise on the chase for another striker, in a perfect world one who will have a faster effect than Ayew, who was given a beginning here in spite of not scoring since joining the club on advance from Swansea in the mid year.
  • The Ghanaian was brimming with running at an early stage as Palace made an ambitious start to the match, testing neatly as they constrained Wolves on to the back foot. In the initial 10 minutes the home side scarcely escaped their own half, however nor did they surrender any openings to the guests, Ryan Bennett twice making auspicious intercessions to thwart promising moves.

  • In the eleventh moment Matt Doherty created the principal shot of the challenge, a generally inconsequential exertion that floated over the ban from long range. Castle’s previously shot pursued nine minutes after the fact and brought a fingertip spare from Rui Patrício.
  • Andros Townsend made the open door by scratching the ball off Willy Boly before passing infield to Milivojevic, who attempted to jab the ball into the top of the net from the edge of the zone. After three minutes Boly was reserved for turning to an unrefined freight boat to stop a once-over the left by Townsend. A similar player left on another dubious run just before the half-hour, slaloming past three safeguards previously sending a wayward shot into the stands from 20 yards.

  • As a rule the match faltered between the uninteresting and the lethargic. Maybe that is the reason Palace safeguards fallen asleep as half-time drew nearer, leaving Boly allowed to meet a corner eight yards from their goal.
  • He misled his header before Doherty attempted to reroute towards the goal however gestured over from six yards. Patrick Van Aanholt then warmed the hands of Patrício with an impact from 25 yards. Significantly time, there was no indication of the home enhancement for which Nuno had called.
  • Wolves will in general be more grounded in second parts and alluded to new vitality after the resumption, Jiménez tearing down the left wing and intersection for Costa, who , under strain, could not direct his shot on target.

  • Jonny Otto was even less exact in the 58th moment, sending the ball skyward from the edge of the crate subsequent to being selected by Doherty. Thus the diversion’s example proceeded with: much sincere plan and persevering toing and froing yet practically no start.
  • Nuno endeavored to infuse some from the seat, presenting Morgan Gibbs-White and Rúben Neves, yet at the same time an achievement looked far-fetched. And after that the doubtful occurred: an goal – and for Ayew, to boot.
  • Fittingly it was made by a miscue, Van Aanholt’s wayward shot from 18 yards traveling to the striker. Ayew responded with deft exactness, controlling the ball before opening past the goalkeeper. Milivojevic affirmed triumph in stoppage time, pummeling a punishment into the net after Bennett overturned Zaha.


Match 2 of 10: Chelsea vs Southampton

Result: 0 – 0

Match Statistics:

Chelsea Team Stats Southampton
17 Shots 6
6 Shots On Target 2
72% Possession 28%
747 Passes 295
84% Pass Accuracy 65%
8 Fouls 11
1 Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
5 Offsides 3
7 Corners 2


Premier League

  • Maurizio Sarri said last Friday that he would not enter the January showcase for another striker however on the day Chelsea declared the catch of the assaulting midfielder, Christian Pulisic, from Borussia Dortmund, it was the squad’s deficiencies at the sharp end of the development that were set under a brutal spotlight in the Premier League.
  • Alvaro Morata was back in the Premier League beginning XI out of the blue since the annihilation at Wolves on 5 December yet he cushioned two great shots while Eden Hazard was twice denied by Southampton’s 22-year-old goalkeeper, Angus Gunn, who had a best flight introduction to recall.

  • In any case, Chelsea did not do what’s needed as a group in an oddly inconvenient execution and their edginess was summed up in stoppage-time when Marcos Alonso went down delicately under a test from the substitute, Shane Long, in a vain endeavor to win a penalty. He would have been exceptional exhorted endeavoring to shoot.
  • It was a reward point for Southampton and their new chief, Ralph Hasenhuttl, who had conceded he had one eye on this amusement with his determination for Sunday’s home misfortune to Manchester City. For him, there was amuse at a reward point in the fight for survival. For Chelsea, there were boos upon the full-time whistle.

  • The day had been a whirr of exchange action at Chelsea, nearly to the point where the amusement was marginally clouded. The feature thing was the buy of Christian Pulisic, with the credit back to Borussia Dortmund for whatever remains of the season, however there was additionally a move from Monaco for Cesc Fàbregas and one from Wolves for Tammy Abraham, the striker who is right now on advance at Aston Villa.
  • Sarri began Cesc Fàbregas among the substitutes and it would be a shock if the midfielder was still at the club one month from now. He needs to leave now. The staying point could be Chelsea’s powerlessness to sign a substitution. Sarri said last Friday it would be troublesome.
  • Southampton have deadwood in their squad that they might want to move this month – including Fraser Forster, Steven Davis and Manolo Gabbiadini – be that as it may, as Chelsea, they needed to obliterate the January commotion.

  • Hasenhüttl began with three focal protectors and there was a review for Cédric Soares out of position at left wing-back. There was additionally a Premier League make a big appearance in goal for Angus Gunn. Hasenhüttl needed his aggressors and midfielders to press however the need was security and order. Southampton were conservative, swarming the ball and they asked Chelsea one straightforward inquiry – did they have the cunning to separate them?
  • Sarri does not so much do turn. Morata for the harmed Olivier Giroud was his solitary modification from Sunday’s success at Crystal Palace. He had four safeguards on the seat and his beginning XI worked to make assaulting advances. There was capable of being heard dissatisfaction inside the home help from around the halfway purpose of the primary half.

  • However Chelsea could consider having made three tolerable first-half possibilities with the enormous one going ahead 34 minutes. Eden Hazard brought down a high ball over the best from Antonio Rüdiger and struck for goal just for it to smack into Gunn’s face and gun away. The youthful goalkeeper merited credit for standing tall and being valiant.
  • Morata had blown a headed open door in the twelfth moment following a high ball over the best from Cesar Azpilicueta while the striker saw another exertion avoided wide by Yan Valery, the 19-year-old who inspired at conservative back. Sarri was without the harmed Pedro and Callum Hudson-Odoi and he lost another winger, Willian, following a blast from Maya Yoshida in the 37th moment.
  • Sarri sent his Chelsea players out ahead of schedule for the second-half – it was anything but difficult to envision his group talk being ruthlessly brief – however prising Southampton separated was a long way from clear.

  • Demonstrating eight changes from Sunday’s amusement against City, the guests offered nothing as an assaulting power in the principal half and despite the fact that they came to compromise somewhat more after the interim, the request of the night for them stayed guarded snugness; avoiding Chelsea at all costs. As the minutes ticked down, they came to detect remunerate.
  • Hazard sliced inside to work Gunn on 58 minutes yet the pickings were thin for Chelsea. Sarri presented Fabregas for what was the midfielder’s 500th club appearance in England – not the greatest milestone, maybe, but rather one that he needed to reach before he leaves – and he nearly laid on the achievement goal.
  • Tolerating the ball from Hazard, his go for Morata was made to quantify and, this time, the striker completed into the far corner just for an offside banner to deny him. It was terribly tight. There was still time for the substitute, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, to introduce Morata on the break yet his complete was directly at Gunn, deceiving his absence of certainty.


Match 3 of 10: Bournemouth vs Watford

Result: 3 – 3

Goal Scorers:

  • Bournemouth: Nathan Ake 24′, Callum Wilson 37′, Ryan Fraser 40′
  • Watford: Troy Deeney 14′, 27′, Ken Sema 38′

Match Statistics:

Bournemouth Team Stats Watford
25 Shots 11
12 Shots On Target 3
57% Possession 43%
489 Passes 379
75% Pass Accuracy 70%
9 Fouls 15
1 Yellow Cards 4
0 Red Cards 0
2 Offsides 2
4 Corners 2


Premier League

  • After the commencement was deferred to permit fire groups to go to what had all the earmarks of being something of a false alert, Bournemouth and Watford appeared to be resolved to compensate for lost time as they presented six goals in an exciting first a large portion of that was a delight for the nonpartisan however more likely than not a trial for the two administrators.
  • Troy Deeney, who had just a single goal to his name in his past 13 appearances, scored twice as Watford uncovered commonplace inadequacies in a permeable Bournemouth protection. Amazingly, Eddie Howe’s group mixed, first through an goal from Nathan Aké and afterward politeness of a phenomenal Callum Wilson header.

  • That was the start of an exceptional spell that saw four goals scored in about six turbulent minutes as it transformed into a round of assault against resistance. Ken Sema reestablished Watford’s lead with his first goal since joining from Ostersunds just for Ryan Fraser, who did as much as anybody to pull Bournemouth once more into the match, to bring equality once more.
  • The goal devour began in the fourteenth moment. Deeney was the scorer following a beautiful move down the Watford right that saw Abdoulaye Doucouré trade goes with Kiko Femenía before bolstering Sema. The winger’s cross was inch-flawless and Deeney, stood 10 yards out and absolutely plain, headed into the far corner.
  • It was the ideal begin for the guests and their night was soon to show signs of improvement after Dan Gosling indiscreetly skilled the ball to Gerard Deulofeu. The Spaniard kept running from simply inside his very own half to the edge of the Bournemouth region, where Steve Cook made a urgent last-dump handle. Deulofeu was ceased in his tracks yet the ball broke sympathetic to Deeney, who unhesitatingly cleared in his second.

  • Bournemouth looked shell-stunned. Doucouré, who was fortunate to even now be on the pitch after a high and rash test on Fraser that by one way or another brought just a booking, verged on including a third with a twisting shot that was just creeps over. Bournemouth severely required a reaction at that stage and it landed with two goals in a matter of seconds.
  • The first occurred from a set-piece after a pessimistic test from Deeney on Fraser. The winger lifted himself up and conveyed a profound free-kick that Cook headed back crosswise over goal. Gosling, endeavoring to make amends for his prior mistake, met the ball with an incredible header that Foster did well to hook away. Aké responded rapidly, nonetheless, and gestured home from inside the six-yard box. Another Fraser free-kick prompted the equalizer. This time it was Wilson who climbed sublimely to head over Foster and into the far corner.

  • Bournemouth fans were all the while praising illustration level when Watford scored once more. Deeney, who was ended up being a significant bunch, tested Aké for a high ball that dropped to Sema, around 22 yards out. The Swede controlled the ball with one touch and pounded it inside Asmir Begovic’s close post with his second.
  • Amazingly, that lead kept going just two minutes. Junior Stanislas, playing as a stopgap ideal back, conveyed a low focus that the plain Fraser coolly dispatched.
  • It was winded stuff and there was a feeling that everybody required the interim to understand it all.The pace of the amusement stayed wild eyed after the restart, regardless of whether the goal surge reached an end. Doucouré was behaving recklessly when he awkwardly cut down David Brooks – Javi Gracia, Watford’s chief, astutely pulled back the midfielder soon a while later – and minutes after the fact Gosling banged into Tom Cleverley, acquiring him a yellow card.

  • In spite of everything that had gone on in the principal half, Watford still appeared to be not able manage Bournemouth’s risk from dead-balls. Fraser and Charlie Daniels worked another free-kick schedule that saw the previous convey a cross for Wilson, whose point-clear header drew a splendid reflex spare from Foster. The Watford goalkeeper than delivered another keen stop to foil Joshua King.

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