The Premier League will enter Matchweek 15 this weekend following the conclusion of midweek clashes on Thursday night.
Two teams though, Tottenham and Burnley, are still on 13 matches each, after their weekend clash was postponed due to bad weather.
The week started with two matches on Tuesday night as Newcastle settled for a 1-1 draw against Norwich, while Leeds United beat Crystal Palace 1-0.
Wednesday night saw a total of six matches, with all the three teams at the top winning their respective clashes.
The biggest win of the night was at Goodison Park as Liverpool thrashed rivals Everton 4-1, with Mohamed Salah striking a brace.
At Vicarage Road, league leaders Chelsea narrowly beat Watford 2-1, in a match that was halted for half an hour as a fan received emergency treatment after suffering a cardiac arrest.
At Villa Park, Manchester City saw off a spirited Aston Villa to keep pace with the leaders.
It was a battle of the old foes on Thursday night as Man United hosted Arsenal in what was Michael Carrick's last match in charge.
It served all the drama from Arsenal's first goal that angered Man United to a Cristiano Ronaldo penalty that eventually won it.
The Portuguese also broke the 800-goal barrier with the brace.
Matchweek 14 results
- Newcastle 1-1 Norwich
- Leeds 1-0 Crystal Palace
- Watford 1-2 Chelsea
- West Ham 1-1 Brighton
- Wolves 0-0 Burnley
- Southampton 2-2 Leicester
- Aston Villa 1-2 Manchester City
- Everton 1-4 Liverpool
- Tottenham 2-0 Brentford
- Manchester United 3-2 Arsenal
🔝 So, how does it look like?
Chelsea lead the standings on 33 points, one ahead of Manchester City on 32, while Liverpool are third with 31.
West Ham and Arsenal complete the top-five, with Tottenham and Manchester United in sixth and seventh respectively.
At the other end of the table, Newcastle, who are yet to win a single match this season, are at the bottom on seven points, three off Norwich above them.
Matchweek 14, you were quite something 🔥 pic.twitter.com/snwl2wEers— Premier League (@premierleague) December 2, 2021
Chelsea will be away at West Ham in Saturday's early kick-off, with the last match of the weekend at Goodison Park as Everton host Arsenal.
🦁 Upcoming Fixtures
- West Ham vs Chelsea
- Newcastle vs Burnley
- Southampton vs Brighton
- Wolves vs Liverpool
- Watford vs Man City
- Leeds vs Brentford
- Man United vs Crystal Palace
- Tottenham vs Norwich
- Aston Villa vs Leicester
- Everton vs Arsenal
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