Livescore: Latest Premier League results for Week 30, 2017/2018 EPL scores


This weekend in the Premier League, will be about the battle for second place.

With Manchester City 16 points clear at the top of the table, the other members of the ‘Big Six’ are scrambling for three Champions League spots.

Manchester United who currently have 62 points in second, welcome high-flying Liverpool who are only two points behind, in the first fixture of this Game Week.

Fifth-placed Chelsea host Crystal Palace, after back-to-back away defeats to the two Manchester teams.

On Sunday, Arsenal welcome Watford to the Emirates, seeking to end a run of four consecutive losses.

Manchester City travel to Stoke City in the last match of the Game Week on Monday night.

Saturday, March 10
FT: Manchester United 2 vs Liverpool 1
16:00 Everton vs Brighton & Hove Albion
16:00 Huddersfield Town vs Swansea City
16:00 Newcastle United vs Southampton
16:00 West Bromwich Albion vs Leicester City
16:00 West Ham United vs Burnley
18:30 Chelsea vs Crystal Palace

Sunday, March 11
14:30 Arsenal vs Watford
17:00 AFC Bournemouth vsTottenham Hotspur

Monday, March 12
21:00 Stoke City vs Manchester City


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