Premier League scores, live table at half of Matchweek 38

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Championship Sunday is off to a rip-roaring start, with goals in eight of 10 matches at halftime across England.

Arsenal 3-1 Watford – (Golf Channel) – [STREAM

Watford conceded a very early penalty and the wheels have come off for interim manager Hayden Mullins at the Emirates Stadium, who got their goal after going down 3-0.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has two goals and an assist to move within one of Jamie Vardy in the PL Golden Boot chase.

Crystal Palace 0-1 Tottenham – (Gold/Peacock) – [STREAM]

Harry Kane — who else, really? — has Spurs ahead as Palace may finish the season with eight-straight losses.

Burnley 1-1 Brighton – (Gold/Peacock) – [STREAM

Yves Bissouma made the most of a poorly-executed Brighton corner kick and not-ideal Burnley clearance to lash in a 25-yard beauty. Burnley leveled before the break.

Man City 2-0 Norwich – (Gold/Peacock) – [STREAM

Gabriel Jesus is finishing his career year in style and Kevin De Bruyne has also scored, the runners-up leading over the bottom dwellers at the Etihad.

Chelsea 2-0 Wolves – (USA Network) – [STREAM

A sleepy affair at Stamford Bridge snapped to life before halftime as Mason Mount scored a delightful free kick and Christian Pulisic helped set up Olivier Giroud’s stoppage time insurance goal. Chelsea is well-equipped for the Champions League barring a collapse.

Leicester City 0-0 Man United – (NBC) – [STREAM]

Not much at the King Power Stadium yet, which is good news for Manchester United.

Newcastle 1-1 Liverpool – (Gold/Peacock) – [STREAM]

Dwight Gayle scored in the first minute, but Virgil van Dijk answered before halftime.

Southampton 0-1 Sheffield United – (Gold/Peacock) – [STREAM

Two longtime Blades combined to put the Blades ahead when Billy Sharp assisted John Lundstram’s opener.

West Ham 0-0 Aston Villa – (NBCSN) – [STREAM]

Nothing yet in London.

Everton 1-2 Bournemouth – (CNBC) – [STREAM

Moise Kean’s 41st-minute goal canceled the good Cherries vibes produced by Joshua King’s early penalty, but a stoppage time header from Jefferson Lerma has Bournemouth back on top and hoping for anything from West Ham.


Premier League Live Table – Halftime of Week 38

  1. Liverpool – 97 points
  2. Man City – 81 points
  3. Chelsea – 66 points (+15 GD)
  4. Manchester United – 64 pts (+18 GD)
  5. Leicester City – 63 points (+18 GD)
  6. Tottenham – 61 points (+15 GD)
  7. Wolves – 59 points (+11 GD)
  8. Sheffield United – 57 points
  9. Arsenal – 56 points
  10. Burnley – 55 points
  11. Everton – 49 points
  12. Southampton – 49 points
  13. Newcastle – 45 points
  14. Crystal Palace – 42 points
  15. West Ham – 39 points
  16. Brighton – 39 points
  17. Aston Villa – 35 points (minus-26 GD)
  18. Bournemouth – 34 points (minus-26 GD)
  19. Watford – 34 points (minus-29 GD)
  20. Norwich City – 21 points