May 16, 2015 — Half-time scores in the English Premier League fixtures on Saturday, May 16 around the country.
Not a lot of goals to report on from the opening 45-minutes, in fact, just one goal to report on thus far, but the focus still remains on the drop zone with Hull City currently still occupying that last relegation slot.
Newcastle United took a step closer to survival as they lead QPR with Emmanuel Riviere scoring first goal for the club in the 24th minute. They lead 1-0 and as it stands are sitting 14th on 39 points.
Burnley 0-0 Stoke City
QPR 0-1 Newcastle
Sunderland 0-0 Leicester City
Tottenham 0-0 Hull City
West Ham 0-0 Everton
In an earlier game on Saturday, Sadio Mane scored the fastest hat-trick in Premier League history – two-minutes and 56 seconds in Southampton’s 6-1 hammering of Aston Villa.
LONDON (Sporting Alert) — English Premier League fixtures for this weekend, as the battle for survival continues.
With Burnley and Queens Park Rangers already relegated, all eyes will now be on the likes on Newcastle United, Sunderland, Hull City and Leicester City to see who will be the unlucky team joining them in the drop.
QPR will face Newcastle with the Toons needing to avoid a defeat, while Sunderland and Leicester City will do battle, with winner of this clash can start preparing for the top flight next season.
Hull City face a challenging task in getting past Tottenham Hotspur as they also try to avoid relegation.
Liverpool will matchup with Crystal Palace in Steven Gerrard’s final home game for the Reds.
The battle for third place will take place on Sunday with Manchester United playing house to Arsenal at Old Trafford.
Saturday, May 16 (CT)
All times in Central Standard
Southampton v Aston Villa (6:45)
Burnley v Stoke City (9:00 AM)
Queens Park Rangers v Newcastle United (9:00 AM)
Sunderland v Leicester City (9:00 AM)
Tottenham Hotspur v Hull City (9:00 AM)
West Ham United v Everton (9:00 AM)
Liverpool v Crystal Palace (11:30 AM)
Sunday, May 17
Swansea City v Manchester City (7:30 AM)
Manchester United v Arsenal (10:00 AM)
Monday, May 18
West Bromwich Albion v Chelsea (2:00 PM)