Premier League Points Standings on May 18

LONDON (Sporting Alert) — English Premier League results and points standings from the games on Monday, May 18.

The latest round of fixtures was completed on Monday with West Brom shocking already champions Chelsea, who were reduced to 10 men after Cesc Fabregas was sent off in the first half.

Want away striker Saido Berahino scored twice, including an early second half penalty to give Tony Pulis side a 3-0 win over the Blues at The Hawthorns.

Victory on Monday saw West Bromwich moving to 44 points from 37 games, well safe of the relegation zone, while newly crowned champs Chelsea stayed on 84 points.

Jose Mourinho came into the game talking up his team’s quest to reach the 90pts mark this season, but the defeat means the most they can get is 87, with just one game remaining in their fixture.

Dethroned champions Manchester City, who beat Swansea City at the weekend, sit second on 76pts, with Arsenal third on 71pts and Manchester United completing the top five with 69 points.

Manchester United and Arsenal played to a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford on Sunday.

However, the focus of attention remains on the bottom of the table standings, as Sunderland, Newcastle United and Hull City try to beat the drop zone.

With Burnley and Queens Park Rangers already relegated, the above trio will be trying hard to not join them on the final day of the season.

Hull City have been pulled into the bottom three with 34pts, and they now must beat Manchester United on Saturday to have any hope of staying in the English Premier League next season.

Not only that, they will be hoping Newcastle and Sunderland do not collect more points.

In 16th place are Sunderland on 37pts and they can confirm their status on Wednesday with a point against Arsenal. Newcastle United are on 36pts in 17th place.

Monday, May 18

West Bromwich Albion 3 Chelsea 0

Sunday, May 17

Manchester United 1 Arsenal 1
Swansea City 2 Manchester City 4

Saturday, May 16

Burnley 0 Stoke City 0
Liverpool 1 Crystal Palace 3
Queens Park Rangers 2 Newcastle United 1
Southampton 6 Aston Villa 1
Sunderland 0 Leicester City 0
Tottenham Hotspur 2 Hull City 0
West Ham United 1 Everton 2

Standings P W D L F A Pts

C1 Chelsea 37 25 9 3 70 31 84
2 Manchester City 37 23 7 7 81 38 76
3 Arsenal 36 21 8 7 67 35 71
4 Manchester United 37 20 9 8 62 37 69
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5 Liverpool 37 18 8 11 51 42 62
6 Tottenham Hotspur 37 18 7 12 57 53 61
7 Southampton 37 18 6 13 54 31 60
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8 Swansea City 37 16 8 13 46 48 56
9 Stoke City 37 14 9 14 42 44 51
10 Everton 37 12 11 14 48 49 47
11 West Ham United 37 12 11 14 44 45 47
12 Crystal Palace 37 12 9 16 46 51 45
13 West Bromwich Albion 37 11 11 15 37 47 44
14 Leicester City 37 10 8 19 41 54 38
15 Aston Villa 37 10 8 19 31 56 38
16 Sunderland 36 7 16 13 30 50 37
17 Newcastle United 37 9 9 19 38 63 36
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18 Hull City 37 8 10 19 33 51 34
R19 Burnley 37 6 12 19 27 53 30
R20 Queens Park Rangers 37 8 6 23 41 68 30

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