Premier League Fixtures and Results Season 2016 - 2017

EN England - Premier League - WEEK 15 Season 2016 - 2017
DateHome teamHomeAwayAway TeamStadiumCapacity
Sat Dec 10, 2016 12:30:00 Watford ~ ~ Everton FC Vicarage Road, Watford 21,368
Sat Dec 10, 2016 15:00:00 Burnley FC ~ ~ AFC Bournemouth Turf Moor, Burnley 21,401
Sat Dec 10, 2016 15:00:00 Arsenal ~ ~ Stoke City Emirates Stadium 60,432
Sat Dec 10, 2016 15:00:00 Hull City ~ ~ Crystal Palace KCOM Staium, Hull 25,586
Sat Dec 10, 2016 15:00:00 Swansea ~ ~ Sunderland AFC Liberty Stadium, Swansea 21,088
Sat Dec 10, 2016 17:30:00 Leicester ~ ~ Manchester City King Power Stadium, Leicester 32,500
Sun Dec 11, 2016 12:00:00 Chelsea ~ ~ West Bromwich Albion Stamford Bridge, London 41,631
Sun Dec 11, 2016 14:15:00 Southampton ~ ~ Middlesbrough FC St. Mary's Stadium 32,689
Sun Dec 11, 2016 14:15:00 Manchester Utd. ~ ~ Tottenham Hotspur Old Trafford, Manchester 75,635
Sun Dec 11, 2016 16:30:00 Liverpool ~ ~ West Ham United Anfield, Liverpool 54,167

EN England - Premier League - WEEK 14 Season 2016 - 2017
DateHome teamHomeAwayAway TeamStadiumCapacity
Sat Dec 3, 2016 12:30 PM Manchester City 1 3 Chelsea FC Etihad Stadium 55,097
3:00pm Sunderland 2 1 Leicester City Stadium of Light, Sunderland 48,707
  Stoke City 2 0 Burnley FC Bet365 Stadium, Stoke 27,902
  Crystal Palace 3 0 Southampton FC Selhurst Park, London 26,309
  West Brom 3 1 Watford FC The Hawthorns, West Bromwich 26,850
  Spurs 5 0 Swansea City White Hart Lane, London 32,284
Sat Dec 3, 2016 5:30 PM West Ham 1 5 Arsenal FC London Stadium, London 60,000
Sun Dec 4, 2016 1:30 PM Bournemouth 4 3 Liverpool FC Bournemouth's Dean Court 11,464

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England - Premier League - WEEK 13 Season 2016 - 2017

DateHome teamHomeAwayAway TeamStadiumCapacity
Sat Nov 26, 2016 12:15 PM Burnley FC 1 2 Manchester City Turf Moor, Burnley 21,401
3:00 PM Swansea City 5 4 Crystal Palace Liberty Stadium, Swansea 21,088
  Liverpool FC 2 0 Sunderland AFC Anfield, Liverpool 54,167
  Hull City 1 1 West Bromwich Albion KCOM Staium, Hull 25,586
  Leicester City 2 2 Middlesbrough FC King Power Stadium, Leicester 32,500
5:30 PM Chelsea FC 2 1 Tottenham Hotspur Stamford Bridge, London 41,631
Sun Nov 27, 2016 12:00 PM Watford FC 0 1 Stoke City Vicarage Road, Watford 21,368
Sun Nov 27, 2016 2:15PM Arsenal FC 3 1 AFC Bournemouth Emirates Stadium 60,432
4:30 PM Southampton FC 1 0 Everton FC St. Mary's Stadium 32,689
  Manchester United 1 1 West Ham United Old Trafford, Manchester 75,635

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England - Premier League - WEEK 12 Season 2016 - 2017

DateHome teamHomeAwayAway TeamStadiumCapacity
Sat Nov 19, 2016 Manchester Utd. 1 1 Arsenal FC Old Trafford, Manchester 75,635
Sat Nov 19, 2016 Stoke City 0 1 AFC Bournemouth Bet365 Stadium, Stoke 27,902
  Everton 1 1 Swansea City Goodison Park, Liverpool 39,572
  Sunderland 3 0 Hull City Stadium of Light, Sunderland 48,707
  Crystal Palace 1 2 Manchester City Selhurst Park, London 26,309
  Southampton 0 0 Liverpool FC St. Mary's Stadium 32,689
  Watford 2 1 Leicester City Vicarage Road, Watford 21,368
Sat Nov 19, 2016 Spurs 0 1 West Ham United White Hart Lane, London 32,284
Sun Nov 20, 2016 Middlesbrough 0 1 Chelsea FC St. Mary's Stadium 33,746
Mon Nov 21, 2016 West Brom 4 0 Burnley FC The Hawthorns, West Bromwich 26,850

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La Liga Week Fixtures and Results - 2016 - 217

EN Spain - La Liga - WEEK 14 Season 2016 - 2017
DateHome teamHomeAwayAway TeamStadiumCapacity
Sat Dec 3, 2016 Granada CF 2 1 Sevilla FC Los Cármenes 22,369
Sat Dec 3, 2016 FC Barcelona 1 1 Real Madrid Camp Nou 99,354
Sat Dec 3, 2016 CD Leganés 0 0 Villarreal CF Butarque 10,958
Sat Dec 3, 2016 Atlético Madrid 0 0 Espanyol Vicente Calderón 54,907
Sun Dec 4, 2016 Real Betis Balompié 3 3 Celta de Vigo Benito Villamarín 51,700
Sun Dec 4, 2016 Athletic Bilbao 3 1 SD Eibar San Mamés 53,289
Sun Dec 4, 2016 Deportivo Alavés 1 1 UD Las Palmas Mendizorrotza 19,840
  Sporting Gijón 3 1 CA Osasuna El Molinón 30,000

EN Spain - La Liga - WEEK 15 Season 2016 - 2017
DateHome teamHomeAwayAway TeamStadiumCapacity
Fri Dec 9, 2016 19:45:00 Málaga CF ~ ~ Granada CF La Rosaleda 30,044
Sat Dec 10, 2016 12:00:00 CA Osasuna ~ ~ FC Barcelona El Sadar 18,761
Sat Dec 10, 2016 15:15:00 Real Sociedad ~ ~ Valencia CF Anoeta 32,076
Sat Dec 10, 2016 17:30:00 UD Las Palmas ~ ~ CD Leganés Gran Canaria 33,111
Sat Dec 10, 2016 19:45:00 Real Madrid ~ ~ Dep. La Coruña Santiago Bernabéu 81,064
Sun Dec 11, 2016 11:00:00 SD Eibar ~ ~ Alavés Ipurua 6,285
Sun Dec 11, 2016 15:15:00 Celta de Vigo ~ ~ Sevilla FC Balaídos 29,000
Sun Dec 11, 2016 17:30:00 RCD Espanyol Barcelona ~ ~ Sporting Gijón RCDE Stadium 40,500
Sun Dec 11, 2016 19:45:00 Real Betis Balompié ~ ~ Athletic Bilbao Benito Villamarín 51,700
Mon Dec 12, 2016 19:45:00 Villarreal CF ~ ~ Atlético Madrid El Madrigal 24,890

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  • 08
  • Dec

Chelsea produced evidence of why they are strong candidates to be Champions this season when they capped a brilliant comeback to defeat direct rivals Manchester City 3-1 at the Etihad Stadium. Gary Cahill’s own goal gave the hosts an advantage in this crucial clash but goals from Diego Costa, Willian and Eden Hazard shocked the home supporters into silence.

MAcn City v Chelsea and End-to-end action game

Antonio Conte recalled Cesc Fabregas to the line-up as Chelsea tried to cement their spot at the top of the Premier League. The match started on expected lines as end-to-end action saw both sides keep the spectators on the edge of the seat. There were chances at both ends as the two title hopefuls gave glimpses of their attacking intent which took them to the top of the league.

But it was an own goal that opened the scoring. A Jesus Navas cross was acrobatically volleyed into the net by Cahill – a wonderful goal in a wrong net. It was a cruel end to the first half but that was just the beginning of things for the Blues.

A transformed second half!

Chelsea came quick off the blocks after the break and it was that magical Fabregas-Costa combination that brought them back on level terms. Starting a match for just the second time this season, the Spaniard played a stunning long ball helping Costa score his 11th goal of the campaign.

City tried to restore their lead but the midfield of Chelsea is one of the best this season. The frustrations of the home side got bigger when the Blues went ahead 20 minutes from time through a counter-attack. Willian – who replaced Pedro – scored a beautiful goal to put the visitors into lead.

A fiery end to a great match

Hazard added gloss to the score line for the Blues as he scored from another counter attack to put the game beyond City. There were dramatic scenes to end the fiery contest though as a high lunge from Sergio Aguero on David Luiz was bad enough to get him a red card. That resulted in an ugly skirmish which saw Fernandinho get a red card too.

The reactions from City were probably from a tackle earlier in the game from Luiz on Aguero but that incident shouldn’t take anything away from what was a wonderful game from the Blues. It’s still early days but on current form – against Tottenham and now against City – they look Champion material!

  • 08
  • Dec

Premier League Table 2016 - 2017
# TeamMPWDLFADPLast 5
1 Real Madrid1410403712+2534D W W W W
2 Barcelona148423415+1928D D D W W
3 Sevilla148332520+527L W W L D
4 Atlético Madrid147432811+1725D W L L W
5Previous rank: 6 Villarreal146531910+923D L L W L
6Previous rank: 5 Real Sociedad147252319+423L D W W W
7Previous rank: 8 Athletic Club147252017+323W L W D D
8Previous rank: 7 Eibar146352119+221L W W L W
9 Celta de Vigo146352426-221D W L W D
10 Las Palmas145542522+320D W L W D
11 Málaga145542321+220D W D W L
12 Espanyol144731717+019D W W D W
13 Deportivo Alavés144551417-317D W L W L
14 Real Betis144371728-1115D L W L L
15 Leganés144281125-1414D L W L L
16Previous rank: 17 Deportivo La C…143471824-613W L L D D
17Previous rank: 16 Valencia143381926-712D L D L D
18 Sporting Gijón143381528-1312W L L L D
19Previous rank: 20 Granada141581330-178W L D D L
20Previous rank: 19 Osasuna141491329-167L L L L D

  • 08
  • Dec

What a weekend we had in English Premier League – tight games, touch matches, late goals, dropped points…there was so much action everywhere. We look back at what transpired on Matchday 14.

Manchester City 1 – 3 Chelsea

In a clash of the top, Chelsea underlined its growing ascendancy by condemning Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City to a 3-1 loss at home. It was a feisty encounter which ended with City receiving two red cards – Sergio Aguero and Fernandinho. The Blues now look huge favorites to win the title while City have a lot to look at.

  • 07
  • Dec

The first El Clasico of the 2016-17 season ended in a 1-1 stalemate when a late Sergio Ramos goal helped Real Madrid share the honors after Luis Suarez fired the hosts into lead. The point helped Real maintain their six-point advantage at the top over their fierce rivals and keeps them unbeaten this season. For Barcelona, it’s a case of another missed chance to close the gap.

Real Madrid enjoyed a better start

Real started the game on the front foot and were the better side in the first-half. Barcelona looked tentative and their midfield in the absence of Andreas Iniesta looked very ordinary. Luka Modric ran the show from the midfield for Madrid and was at the centre of all their attacks.

  • 07
  • Dec

It was a great weekend for Real Madrid as they consolidated their lead at the top of the Spanish La Liga standings as their nearest competitors faltered. El Clasico ended in a draw leaving Madrid as the real winners while Sevilla and Atletico Madrid too dropped points gifting them a huge advantage. We look back at matchday 14 action.

Barcelona 1 – 1 Real Madrid

It was a cagey affair at the Nou Camp – a tale of two halves. First half was completely dominated by Real Madrid but remained goal less at the break. Second half started with Barcelona dominating the play and taking the lead through Louis Suarez. It looked to end that way until Sergio Ramos headed late in the half to earn the spoils. It was a well-deserved point for Madrid as they continue to hold their six pojnt advantage over Barcelona at the top of the standings. For the Catalans, it was a game of missed chances – one they may end up ruing at the end of the season.

  • 07
  • Dec

Real Madrid increased their lead at the top of Spanish La Liga to six points while Barcelona continued to struggle. Sevilla showed once again that they are serious contenders to gatecrash the top three while Atletico Madrid are trying hard to stay relevant. We look back at some of the action from Spain.

Real Madrid 2 – 1 Sporting Gijon

Real Madrid rode on a brilliant brace from Cristiano Ronaldo but the hosts needed some luck to overcome the gritty visitors. Ronaldo opened the scoring from a penalty and then doubled the lead. Carlos Carmona pulled one back for Sporting who had a golden chance to level things late in the second half. But Duje Cop missed a penalty with 13 minutes left in the game and Madrid had a narrow escape. The win boosts the morale of Zinedine Zidane’s men who now will get into El Clasico next week with a six-point advantage.

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