Chelsea are now in the thick of the fight for the remaining to UCL spots in the EPL. Chelsea dropped two points against Manchester United and were beaten today at Everton. Heung Min Son and Harry Kane fired Spurs to a vital 3-1 win over Leicester. Arsenal also picked up three points after defeating West Ham away from home.

West Ham 1 v 2 Arsenal Match Summary

 They took the lead in the first half when Holding headed in his first-ever Premier goal. West Ham pulled themselves level on the stroke of half-time through Bowen, whose volley deflected in off Gabriel.

The Brazilian then restored Arsenal’s lead in the second half, with a stooping header that was helped over the line by Fabianski. Arsenal could’ve had more, with Fabianski pulling off some great saves to deny Nketiah. West Ham couldn’t find a way back into it though.

Tottenham 3-1 Leicester City

Tottenham comfortably bested Leicester in front f goal. Antonio Conte;s side were interested in scoring, and not possession. Harry Kane nodded the London side in front, before Son turned on the style. Tottenham will face Liverpool next at Anfield.

Everton 1-0 Chelsea

Everton clinch a huge win and three points in their fight for survival, with Richarlison’s goal at the start of the second half making the difference. The Toffees couldn’t have got the second period off to a better start, with Richarlison providing a composed finish in the 46th minute to lift the roof off Goodison.

Chelsea pushed forward in search of an equaliser, but they came up against an inspired performance from Pickford in goal, who pulled off fantastic saves to deny Azpilicueta, Rudiger and Kovacic, to secure a 1-0 victory.

Still Tricky For Chelsea Arsenal and Spurs…

Chelsea have still not secured UCL football for next season. The European Champions have dropped 5 points in their last two matches, and are just 3 points better than Arsenal. Chelsea still have to face Leicester City, Wolves, Leeds and Watford. Arsenal will face Tottenham, Leeds, Newcastle and Everton. Tottenham will play Liverpool, Arsenal, Burnley and Norwich. It is remains tricky for the three London clubs competing for just two spots.

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