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Premier League standings after Arsenal and Newcastle win

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Premier League standings after Arsenal and Newcastle win

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia

English league standings experienced changes along with the series of matches that took place on Wednesday (31/1) early morning Indonesian time, including a victory Arsenal and Newcastle United. The following is the English league standings after Arsenal and Newcastle won.

Arsenal won away from home when they visited the City Ground Stadium, which is the home of Nottingham Forest. The Gunners dominated the match, but struggled to score goals.

Mikel Arteta’s men were only able to score a goal in the 65th minute through Gabriel Jesus. Seven minutes later it was Bukayo Saka’s turn to break into Forest’s goal. Taiwo Awoniyi’s reply goal did not reduce Arsenal’s three points.

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Apart from Arsenal, Newcastle United also won when they faced Aston Villa at Villa Park Stadium.

Center back Fabian Schaar started Newcastle’s win with a goal in the 32nd minute. Four minutes later the Swiss defender broke into Emi Martinez’s goal again. The Magpies’ lead increased after Alex Moreno scored an own goal in the 52nd minute.

Villa had hoped to recover after Ollie Watkins scored a goal in the 71st minute, but Newcastle were able to maintain their lead until the game ended.

Arsenal and Newcastle both moved up the rankings thanks to this victory. Arsenal is now in second place with 46 points or two points behind Liverpool and three points ahead of Manchester City.

Newcastle is currently crawling to seventh place with 32 points. Eddie Howe’s men stepped over Brighton & Hove Albion, Manchester United and Chelsea.

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Meanwhile, Villa, who lost to Newcastle, is stuck in fourth place with 43 points.

Premier League standings:

1. Liverpool 48
2. Arsenal 46
3. Man City 43
4. Aston Villa 43
5. Tottenham 40
6. West Ham 35
7. Newcastle 32
8. Brighton 32
9. Manchester United 32
10. Chelsea 31
11. Wolverhampton 29
12. Fulham 25
13. Bournemouth 25
14. Crystal Palace 24
15. Brentford 22
16. Nottingham Forest 20
17. Luton 19
18. Everton 18
19. Burnley 12
20. Sheffield United 10

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