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Premier League Matchday 20 Roundup

Last Updated on January 3, 2024 11:26 am by Erwin Noguera

Liverpool overcame a test at home against Newcastle to maintain their lead in the matchday 20 of the Premier League, taking advantage of Arsenal’s slip at Fulham. 

Thanks to their victory at Anfield, the gap with Aston Villa is three points, while they took five points from the Gunners and Manchester City, who overcame the weak Sheffield United at home.

Another team still in the fight to enter the next Champions League and challenge for the title is Tottenham, which recovered in front of its fans and defeated Bournemouth.

Round 20 – Games 

Luton 2-3 Chelsea 

Wolves 3-0 Everton 

Manchester City 2-0 Sheffield United

Crystal Palace 3-1 Brentford 

Aston Villa 3-2 Burnley 

Nottingham Forest 2-1 Manchester United 

Tottenham 3-1 Bournemouth 

Fulham 2-1 Arsenal 

Liverpool 4-2 Newcastle 

West Ham 0-0 Brighton

Premier League Matchday 20: Manchester City 2-0 Sheffield


Saturday, December 30, 10:00 am ET at Etihad Stadium 

Moneyline odds: 

Manchester City 1.08 

Sheffield United 35.0 

Draw Offs: 


Where can I watch it?

Star+ and Paramount+

Manchester City returned from their Club World Cup title with a 2-0 victory over Sheffield, thanks to goals from Rodri and Julián Álvarez, who put on the goalscoring mantle in Erling Haaland’s absence due to injury. 

The Spanish midfielder opened the account after 14 minutes with a shot from the edge of the area that hit the left post, while the Argentine scored the second after an assist from Phil Foden (61.’) 

The Citizens are third with 40 points, five behind Liverpool, but have a game in hand. Sheffield is last with only nine points. 

Premier League Matchday 20: Fulham 2-1 Arsenal


Sunday, December 31, 9:00 am ET at Craven Cottage 

Moneyline odds: 

Fulham 5.71 

Arsenal 1.63 

Draw Offs: 


Where can I watch it?

Star+ and Paramount+

Arsenal stumbled again and missed an opportunity to put pressure on leaders Liverpool, losing their second game in a row, this time 2-1 away to Fulham. 

The Gunners took the lead after 5 minutes when Bukayo Saka put away a rebound in the box, but the home side equalized at 29′ with a cross from Tom Cairney that Raúl Jiménez pushed in. They later turned it around with Bobby De Cordova-Reid, who converted a rebound from the rival defense into a goal. 

Mikel Arteta’s side have taken just 1 of their last 9 points and 4 of their most recent 15, dropping to fourth place with 40 points, while Fulham are 13th with 24 points. 

Premier League Matchday 20: Tottenham 3-1 Bournemouth


Sunday, December 31, 9:00 am ET at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium 

Moneyline odds: 

Tottenham 1.69 

Bournemouth 4.72 

Draw Offs: 


Where can I watch it?

Star+ and Paramount+

Despite the loss to Brighton last week, Tottenham bounced back by beating a struggling Bournemouth side, who were on a positive run of results, 3-1. 

In just 9 minutes, Pape Matar Sarr scored the first goal with a shot on the edge of the area. The second was from Heung-Min Son with a shot near the penalty spot, while the third was scored by Richarlison after a cross from Brennan Johnson. For the Cherries, Alex Scott scored late in the game. 

Spurs remain fifth with 39 points, six behind Liverpool, while Bournemouth are 12th (25) but have a suspended game against Luton. 

Premier League Matchday 20: Liverpool 4-2 Newcastle


Monday, January 1, 3:00 pm ET at Anfield 

Moneyline odds: 

Liverpool 1.50 

Newcastle 6.41 

Draw Offs: 


Where can I watch it?

Star+ and Paramount+

In a tight match, Liverpool beat Newcastle 4-2 at home to maintain their lead in the Premier League with 45 points, three more than Aston Villa. 

After a scoreless first half, both teams broke the deadlock in the second half, scoring six goals. Mohamed Salah got the first at 49′ after a great counterattack that Luis Díaz took advantage of by opening up for Darwin Núñez, who, in turn, gave it to the Egyptian. 

Alexander Isak equalized at 54′ after a lapse of deconcentration by the defense, but it was only a mirage, as in 10 minutes the locals settled the game in their favor. First, it was Curtis Jones after a pass from Diogo Jota (’74), then Cody Gakpo from a cross by Salah (’78), and the Egyptian himself from the penalty spot (’86) settled the match. Sven Botman headed the second for the Magpies (81,’) but it was not enough. 

The Reds remain unbeaten at home, winning eight games and drawing two. Newcastle is ninth with 29 points. 

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