Date: 13th May 2017 at 11:08am
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The Premier League season continued with the latest round of games played over the weekend.

Chelsea were crowned Premier League champions once again, victory at West Brom on Friday means Tottenham can’t catch the Blues.

Here’s a round-up of the Premier League action with most games to take place.


Friday 12th May 2017 – PREMIER LEAGUE
Everton 1-0 Watford 19:45
West Bromwich Albion 0-1 Chelsea 20:00

To be played

Saturday 13th May 2017 – PREMIER LEAGUE
Manchester City v Leicester City 12:30
Bournemouth v Burnley 15:00
Middlesbrough v Southampton 15:00
Sunderland v Swansea City 15:00
Stoke City v Arsenal 17:30

Sunday 14th May 2017 – PREMIER LEAGUE
Crystal Palace v Hull City 12:00
West Ham United v Liverpool 14:15
Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United 16:30

One Premier League game on a Friday is unusual enough but two, well, that’s almost unheard of. However, it’ll be a night one set of fans aren’t likely to forget in a hurry.

Firstly though, due to this having the slightly earlier kick off, Everton inflicted more misery on struggling Watford. A solitary goal was enough for the Toffees – a first win in four – to see off the Hornets at Goodison Park. This 1-0 defeat, a fourth straight loss for Walter Mazzarri’s side means they could technically need a result on the final day to topflight secure survival, but they should be safe.

But, it was at the Hawthorns where the main news on Friday evening was made. Chelsea’s, thanks to a late winner, 1-0 victory over West Brom was enough to secure a fifth Premier League title for the Blues. This was of course a first for Antonio Conte in what could prove to be his only season at Stamford Bridge? Well, if Inter Milan rumours carry water…

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