English Premier League live scores is equipped with current matches results, current standing of the clubs, upcoming fixtures and detailed review of the last five matches in Premier League.

English Premier League has always been one of the favourite championships to watch on television. Football is not only popularly watched in today’s date but is also played all around the globe. This is increasing the fitness quotient of the population as a whole and also the entertainment part has been covered. For this upcoming 26th season of EPL, we all are excited to the core. But for those who can not afford to watch it live on television or cannot afford the time, the English Premier League live scores, live commentary and the highlights of the matches along with a Premier League live stream of the match will be available online.

English Premier League live scores – Fixtures, Stats and Club standings

English premier league live scores - Fixtures, Stats and Club standings
English premier league live scores – Fixtures, Stats and Club standings

Entertainment is a big part of our life and sports is a big part of the entertainment. The majority of the year is taken up by different tournaments, championships and matches. Not only does it help in the development of a social atmosphere, it has been proven that sports are a natural remedy to longevity. In this following segment, we will be looking at the recent match highlights as well as upcoming Premier League fixtures, so that everyone can be fully prepared and aware before the matches begin. Read on to know more about it.

Current Standings

Highlight and scores of past matches

Liverpool 3 – 0 Middlesbrough – May 21, 2017

Liverpool 3 - 0 Middlesbrough – May 21 2017
Liverpool 3 – 0 Middlesbrough – May 21, 2017

Speaking of English premier league live scores, this one was interesting. In this tantalising knock, Liverpool was impotent in attack and rather twitchy at the back for most of the first half. But Georginio Wijnaldum eased the gripping tension in injury time, bursting into the box and smashing in a blasting shot at the near post. Philippe Coutinho’s low curling free-kick six minutes right into the second half was swiftly followed by Adam Lallana slotting in to give the Reds a relaxing cushion to ride out to full-time.

With Manchester City thrashing Watford, Liverpool ended fourth in the final Premier League standings and will have to negotiate Champions League qualifying at the beginning of next season.

Manchester United 2 – 0 Crystal Palace – May 21, 2017

Manchester United 2 - 0 Crystal Palace May 21 2017
Manchester United 2 – 0 Crystal Palace May 21, 2017

One can easily get the English premier league live scores for this one. Josh Harrop scored in his debut match as 13-times Premier League Champion Manchester United rounded off their domestic season with a 2-0 victory over Crystal Palace. Jose Mourinho picked a rather young side at Old Trafford ahead of the Europa League final against Ajax played on Wednesday. The 21-year-old Harrop benefitted by opening the scoring in the 15th minute with a tremendous run and finish from 12 yards. Paul Pogba added a second just four minutes later, shooting low past Wayne Hennessey right inside the box after Jesse Lingard’s pacey run.

Southampton 0 – 1 Stoke City – May 21, 2017

Southampton 0 - 1 Stoke City May 21 2017
Southampton 0 – 1 Stoke City May 21, 2017

Peter Crouch became the very first player to score 50 Premier League headers as Stoke defeated Southampton 1-0 on the final day of the season. Jack Butland swiftly recovered from a calamitous first-half error that almost handed Southampton the lead to consistently deny the Saints very late on in the game after Crouch had taken Stoke ahead on the hour mark. James Ward-Prowse, Steven Davis and substitute Manolo Gabbiadini were altogether denied by Butland, as the Southampton players finished the season to a chorus of boos around St Mary’s and yells of ‘you don’t know what you’re doing’ directed to Claude Puel.

Swansea City 2 – 1 West Bromwich Albion – May 21, 2017

Swansea City 2 - 1 West Bromwich Albion May 21 2017
Swansea City 2 – 1 West Bromwich Albion May 21, 2017

Last year’s English Premier League live scores for Swansea City v West Bromwich was also engaging. Swansea City fought back hard from a goal down to beat West Brom on the final day of the Premier League season. After securing their survival a week earlier, the hosts were in more or less relaxed mood at a relieved Liberty Stadium but fell unfortunately behind in the first half as Jonny Evans nodded in from a corner. Swansea drastically improved after the interval and equalised as Jordan Ayew headed his very first goal for the club before Fernando Llorente sealed the winning goal with five minutes left. A fourth victory in five games lifts the Swans up to 15th in the Premier League standing while a ninth match without the win means West Brom finish the campaign in 10th place.

Watford 0 – 5 Manchester City – May 21, 2017

Watford 0 - 5 Manchester City May 21 2017
Watford 0 – 5 Manchester City May 21, 2017

One of the Premier League’s best managers Pep Guardiola’s first season at Manchester City finished with a flourish as a 5-0 thrashing of Watford that helped them secure third place and Champions League football on Sunday. Two brilliant Sergio Aguero goals in 13 first-half minutes and an equally stunning fourth from Fernandinho before half-time put the game way beyond the makeshift Watford outfit Walter Mazzarri named for his final match at the club.

Fixtures of the first 5 rounds

Round 1 – Saturday, 12 August 2017
12.08. 19:30 Arsenal Leicester
12.08. 19:30 Brighton Manchester City
12.08. 19:30 Chelsea Burnley
12.08. 19:30 Crystal Palace Huddersfield
12.08. 19:30 Everton Stoke City
12.08. 19:30 Manchester United West Ham
12.08. 19:30 Newcastle Utd Tottenham
12.08. 19:30 Southampton Swansea
12.08. 19:30 Watford Liverpool
12.08. 19:30 West Brom Bournemouth
Round 2 Saturday, 19 August 2017
19.08. 19:30 Bournemouth Watford
19.08. 19:30 Burnley West Brom
19.08. 19:30 Huddersfield Newcastle Utd
19.08. 19:30 Leicester Brighton
19.08. 19:30 Liverpool Crystal Palace
19.08. 19:30 Manchester City Everton
19.08. 19:30 Southampton West Ham
19.08. 19:30 Stoke City Arsenal
19.08. 19:30 Swansea Manchester United
19.08. 19:30 Tottenham Chelsea
Round 3 Saturday, 26 August 2017
26.08. 19:30 Bournemouth Manchester City
26.08. 19:30 Chelsea Everton
26.08. 19:30 Crystal Palace Swansea
26.08. 19:30 Huddersfield Southampton
26.08. 19:30 Liverpool Arsenal
26.08. 19:30 Manchester United Leicester
26.08. 19:30 Newcastle Utd West Ham
26.08. 19:30 Tottenham Burnley
26.08. 19:30 Watford Brighton
26.08. 19:30 West Brom Stoke City
Round 4 Saturday, 9 September 2017
09.09. 19:30 Arsenal Bournemouth
09.09. 19:30 Brighton West Brom
09.09. 19:30 Burnley Crystal Palace
09.09. 19:30 Everton Tottenham
09.09. 19:30 Leicester Chelsea
09.09. 19:30 Manchester City Liverpool
09.09. 19:30 Southampton Watford
09.09. 19:30 Stoke City Manchester United
09.09. 19:30 Swansea Newcastle Utd
09.09. 19:30 West Ham Huddersfield
Round 5 Saturday, 16 September 2017
16.09. 19:30 Bournemouth Brighton
16.09. 19:30 Chelsea Arsenal
16.09. 19:30 Crystal Palace Southampton
16.09. 19:30 Huddersfield Leicester
16.09. 19:30 Liverpool Burnley
16.09. 19:30 Manchester United Everton
16.09. 19:30 Newcastle Utd Stoke City
16.09. 19:30 Tottenham Swansea
16.09. 19:30 Watford Manchester City
16.09. 19:30 West Brom West Ham

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