Mauricio Pochettino Tottenham in Premier League

Premier League standings, EPL Fixtures For Week 25: Feb. 10

LONDON — Premier League standings and fixtures for Week 25 from Saturday, February 11 to Monday, February 13. All the games are available to stream live on NBC Sports Network, as well as on the NBCSN App.

The highlighted fixture in Week 25 comes from Anfield, where Liverpool will host Tottenham in a title race and Top 4 matchup.

Kick-off time for this one is scheduled for 12:30 pm ET and it’s live on NBCSN.

Tottenham sit second in the Premier League standings on 50 points, nine behind leaders Chelsea and the London club will be aiming to cut the deficit with a win before the Blues kick-off on Sunday.

Liverpool, meanwhile, are fifth in the Premier League standings with 46 points and have fallen off the pace in the title race.

Sadio Mane of Liverpool
Sadio Mane of Senegal and Liverpool in action

Trailing Chelsea by 13 points at this point in the season probably means the Reds’ title-winning chance is already over, but manager Jurgen Klopp remains confident his team can still secure one of the Champions League slots.

Meanwhile, Spurs enter this battle seeking their first win against the Reds in the Premier League and the visitors will feel confident about their chances, seeing that Liverpool are yet to win a Premier League game in 2017.

Tottenham, on the back of Dele Alli and Harry Kane great form, are undefeated in the last nine games and have won seven of those outings.

Week 25, however, begins at 7:30 am ET at Emirates Stadium where Arsenal will take on Hull City, hoping to bounce back from the convincing 3-1 defeat to Chelsea in Week 24.

The Gunners, who have lost two in a row, will again be without manager Arsene Wenger, who serves his final match from the four-match suspension.

Arsenal Fixtures Premier League: Arsene Wenger
Arsene Wenger: Arsenal manager at his Premier League press conference.

Arsenal are currently in fourth place, but another poor result could see the London outfits dropping as far as sixth in the Premier League standings when this round is completed.

Hull City, in the meantime, are still in the bottom three but there are signs the Tigers are improving under new manager Marco Silva.

A battling 0-0 draw at Manchester United was followed up with a 2-0 victory over Liverpool and Hull will be hoping to take down another big gun.

In other EPL fixtures this week, leaders Chelsea travel to Burnley, Manchester United host Watford, Middlesbrough entertain Everton, Manchester City go to Bournemouth, while West Ham United will play host to West Bromwich and defending champions Leicester City visit Swansea City.


Saturday, February 11 (EST)

Arsenal v Hull City (7:30 AM)
Manchester United v Watford (10:00 AM)
Middlesbrough v Everton (10:00 AM)
Sunderland v Southampton (10:00 AM)
Stoke City v Crystal Palace (10:00 AM)
West Ham United v West Bromwich Albion (10:00 AM)
Liverpool v Tottenham Hotspur (12:30 PM)

Sunday, February 12 (EST)

Burnley v Chelsea (8:30 AM)
Swansea City v Leicester City (11:00 AM)

Monday, February 13 (EST)

Bournemouth v Manchester City (3:00 PM)

Premier League Standings

Pos Club Pl GD Pts
1 Chelsea 24 +34 59
2 Tottenham 24 +30 50
3 Manchester City 24 +20 49
4 Arsenal 24 +24 47
5 Liverpool 24 +22 46
6 Manchester United 24 +15 45
7 Everton 24 +13 40
8 West Bromwich 24 +3 36
9 West Ham United 24 -9 31
10 Watford 24 -11 30
11 Stoke 24 -7 29
12 Burnley 24 -9 29
13 Southampton 24 -7 27
14 Bournemouth 24 -12 26
15 Middlesbrough 24 -8 21
16 Leicester City 24 -17 21
17 Swansea City 24 -25 21
18 Hull City 24 -25 20
19 Crystal Palace 24 -13 19
20 Sunderland 24 -18 19

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