Premier League table saw slight changes in the mix after week 11 round of matches were played across England.
The top five teams comprising Liverpool, Man City, Leicester City, Chelsea and Arsenal remain unchanged despite the outcome of their respective games.
Manchester United dropped to tenth position after losing at the Vitality Stadium to Bournemouth as the Cherries climb seventh on the log.
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Crystal Palace also lost their place in the top-six following their 2-0 loss to in-form Brendan Rodgers side at Selhurst Park as Brighton are keeping in eighth place after 2-0 win over Norwich.
Sheffield United impressively advanced to sixth after thrashing Burnley 3-0 while Tottenham and Wolves settled for tenth and 11th positions following their respective draws with Everton and Arsenal.
Newcastle's 3-2 win over West Ham moved them four points above relegation spot as they sit in 15th position while Aston Villa and Everton are tied with 11 points in the 16th and 17th positions.
Watford who are rooted to the bottom of the log remain the only Premier League club without a win this season as Southampton and Norwich are placed in 18th and 19th.
City continue to keep pace with Liverpool following late winner from Kyle Walker against the Saints while Jurgen Klopp's side stole the show against Villa right at the dearth through Sadio Mane's late winner.
Arsenal continue their miserable form at home after surrendering the lead to Wolves while Frank Lampard's side recorded their fifth straight win in the league at Watford.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Watford vs Chelsea ended 2-1 in favour of Frank Lampard's side as they recorded their fifth straight win in the Premier League.
Tammy Abraham and Christian Pulisic both scored in each half of the match as Gerard Deulofeu got Waford's only goal of the match from a spot-kick.
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