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Premier League Matchday 23 Roundup

Premier League Matchday 23
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The Premier League battle for the top keeps being on fire after a matchday 23 that has shaken the table a lot. Liverpool’s loss means that Manchester City depends on itself to take the lead, and we all know what tends to happen when that’s the case. Aston Villa was also capable of retaking its top-four status following Tottenham’s setback at the Toffes’ ground.

At the other end of the table, Luton added points again after another dramatic game. Meanwhile, Brentford and Crystal Palace failed to do so, making the relegation battle more exciting than ever.

Premier League Matchday 23: Everton 2 – 2 Tottenham

When and where?

Saturday, February 3rd, 7:30 pm ET at Goodison Park

Moneyline odds: 

Everton 2.722 

Tottenham 2.589

Draw Offs:

3.82

Where Can I Watch? 

TelemundoNBC SportsStar+, and Paramount+

The matchday opener was a great preview of what came after. In just four minutes, Richarlison scored the first for the visit before completing his double at the end of the first half and following Harrison’s partial equalizer.

The Brazilian keeps going with his great season and is just three goals shy of his best performance in the Premier League, with a long way to go.

However, Tottenham’s party was spoiled in injury time by a great Branthwaite equalizer.

Premier League Matchday 23 Roundup: Manchester United 3 – 0 West Ham

When and where?

Sunday, February 4th, 9:00 am ET at Old Trafford

Moneyline odds: 

Manchester United 1.806 

West Ham 4.41

Draw Offs:

4.255

Where Can I Watch? 

TelemundoNBC SportsStar+, and Paramount+

Goals from Garnacho and Højlund completed a quiet afternoon in Old Trafford and let the Red Devils keep their slow revival going. This match is key in more than one sense, as it allowed them to, precisely, surpass the Hammers in the battle for the sixth spot. They are still far in the battle for the Champions League places but have gained the necessary momentum to keep pushing.

Premier League Matchday 23 Roundup: Arsenal 3 – 1 Liverpool

When and where?

Sunday, February 4th, 11:30 pm ET at the Emirates

Moneyline odds: 

Arsenal 2.137 

Liverpool 3.43

Draw Offs:

3.905

Where Can I Watch? 

TelemundoNBC SportsStar+, and Paramount+

In the most relevant match of the day, a blurred Liverpool lost at the Emirates thanks to their errors.

Bukayo Saka opened the score after a great deep pass that found Havertz alone, who challenged Allison in a one-on-one for the English winger to take advantage after the rebound. After that, possession went from hand to hand, but an error by Gabriel in Arsenal’s backline allowed Luis Diaz to take advantage. In the end, it was an own goal by the Brazilian center-half.

The second time was marked by some changes by Liverpool in attack, bringing Darwin Nuñez in. However, another long ball by Arsenal led to a VVD imprecision, after which Allison tried to respond but did so in a pretty poor manner, so Martinelli had the goal open to make the 2-1. He did so, and the impact was felt by the Reds.

Later, Leadro Trossard made a great run on the flank and shot between the Brazilian keeper’s legs, leaving him in the picture of the match. This has been the worst game by Liverpool’s first-choice defense in the season, also considering Konate’s red card.

Premier League Matchday 23 Roundup: Brentford 1 – 3 Manchester City

When and where?

Monday, February 5th, 3:00 pm ET at the Brentford Community Stadium

Moneyline odds: 

Brentford 7.9 

Manchester City 1.437

Draw Offs:

5.18

Where Can I Watch? 

TelemundoNBC SportsStar+, and Paramount+

At the last game of the matchday, Manchester City had to visit a rival that was a tricky challenge last season, so much so, that they ended up surrendering a pretty commented double in the Premier League.

However, this time the Citizens came with the obligation to win following Kloop’s men’s defeat, and they did so with an impressive Phil Foden hat-trick. It was not easy, though, as Flekken had a remarkable first half for Brentford, and the only way to breach his goal was due to an error by the defense, who ended up gifting the ball to the English attacking midfielder. That was the equalizer after Neal Maupay took advantage of a great ball by, precisely, Flekken to breach City’s goal.

In the second half, the locals felt the hit from the late equalizer and, with assists by Haaland and De Bruyne, the Sky-Blue youth academy graduate sealed the deal.

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Erwin Noguera

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