Aston Villa on Saturday secured a 3-2 victory over Burnley, pushing the hosts to second place in the premier league with two points ahead of the defending champions.
This saw Leon Bailey in the 28th minute providing an early lead, which was swiftly countered in the 30th minute by Zeki Amdouni.
Ollie Watkins was unhappy with the equalizer, which led to Moussa Diaby’s successful attempt and a leveled score against Burnley.
The visitors created five direct chances during the match but it was Villa that managed to challenge with seven attempts and ultimately secure the win by a goal.
Burnley now finds themselves alongside Sheffield and Luton in the relegation zone, requiring two consecutive wins for recovery.
On the other hand, the Citizens claimed all three points against Sheffield United with a 2-0 victory, earning them a spot in third place at Etihad Stadium.
Rodrigo Hernández and Julian Alvarez’s goals sent Sheffield United to the bottom of the league standings.
Meanwhile, Erik ten Hag’s men faced a tough season as their hopes from the previous game against Villa were shattered by Nottingham Forest in a 2-1 defeat at City Grounds.
On Chelseas’s side at Kenilworth Road, Cole Palmer’s two goals and one assist saved them, securing a win against the haters.
The Blue’s recent performance, including two consecutive wins in their last five games, sparks reasonable hope for continued success.
Wolves on the other hand celebrated a 3-0 victory against Luton at Molineux Stadium, featuring goals from Max Kilman, Matheus Cunha, and Craig Dawson.
With Everton now just one point away from slipping into the relegation zone, Crystal Palace secured three points against Brentford at Selhurst Park, dealing a blow to Brentford’s five-game losing streak.
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