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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
10 Arsenal 7 13 6 34
11 Burnley 10 4 12 34
12 Southampton 9 4 13 31
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Premier League review: Mourinho's whining is wearing thin, Fernandes fits at Man United, Burnley get lucky

Another wild weekend in the Premier League is done and dusted. We get you caught up on the action with the Weekend Review.

JUMP TO: Mourinho's moaning | Vertonghen done at Spurs? | Giroud could be key for Chelsea | Fernandes fits at Man United | Arsenal's A+ attack | Lazaro's woe | Leicester's slide continues | Smith unleashes on Villa | Gomes' return a boost for Everton | Burnley get lucky

Mourinho's complaining at Spurs is counter-productive

Manchester United's third goal on Sunday,...

Burnley beat Bournemouth 3-0 amid VAR drama

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Jay Rodriguez converted a penalty after VAR had ruled out a Bournemouth goal at the other end.

Burnley moved up to eighth in the Premier League with a 3-0 win over struggling Bournemouth thanks to goals from Matej Vydra, Jay Rodriguez with a penalty and Dwight McNeil in a game which saw a dramatic three-goal swing due to VAR on Saturday.

There was early use of the review when Bournemouth had a Josh King effort in the 22th minute chalked off after VAR ruled that the ball had struck Philip Billing's arm in the approach.

Burnley grabbed the lead in the 53rd minute with Czech striker Vydra claiming...

Premier League Champions League race: Will Man United, Chelsea or Arsenal qualify?

The race for Champions League qualification has never been more intense in the Premier League, with as many as eight clubs eyeing fourth position behind the top three of Liverpool, Manchester City and Leicester. If City fail in their bid to overturn UEFA's two-year ban from the Champions League when they lodge an appeal with the Court of Arbitration for Sport, fifth position could yet secure a place in next season's competition.

But as it stands, only seven points separate Chelsea in fourth...