Arsenal Leads Premier League Standings and Table Following Gameweek 29

Arsenal Leads Premier League Standings and Table Following Gameweek 29

Gameweek 29 was definitely one of the worst in recent years, as only four matches were played out of ten. In terms of the league table, there were no drastic changes at the top, as all the top four teams except Aston Villa did not participate.

Latest Premier League Standings after Gameweek 29

The Gameweek with two draws saw a few changes to the table as we enter the business end of the season. Burnley secured a 2-1 win at home against Brentford which was crucial for their survival hopes. Luton Town who are struggling at the bottom half of the table managed a draw against Nottingham Forest to move above the relegation zone.

Unai Emery’s side sits 4th in the Premier League table now, while Erik Ten Hag’s men remain at sixth. The Hammers played against the Villians and delivered a nail-biting fixture this weekend which ended in a draw.

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Fulham shocked Tottenham with a thumping 3-0 win over Ange Postecoglou’s side. Fulham’s Rodrigo Muniz smashed two goals and dismantled Tottenham’s defense as his side’s tactical superiority managed a well-fought win for the Cottagers.

Here is a look at the table after Gameweek 29: 

POS.CLUBMPWDLGFGAGDPTS
1Arsenal28204470244664
2Liverpool28197265263964
3Manchester City28196363283563
4Aston Villa29175760421856
5Tottenham Hotspur28165759421753
6Manchester United28152113939047
7West Ham United2912894650-444
8Brighton2811985044642
9Wolves28125114244-241
10Newcastle United281241259481140
11Chelsea27116104745239
12Fulham29115134344-138
13Bournemouth2898114152-1135
14Crystal Palace2878133348-1529
15Brentford2975174154-1326
16Everton2887132939-1025
17Luton Town2957174260-1822
18Nottingham Forest2967163551-1621
19Burnley2945202963-3417
20Sheffield United2835202474-5014

Premier League relegation

Nottingham Forest was handed a four-point deduction for overspending and have now dropped to the relegation zone with the final two months left of the Premier League season. The club were charged in January after confirming they were in breach of the Premier League’s profit and sustainability rules.

Forest have now fallen to the bottom three with 21 points, whereas Luton Town moved up to 17th with an extra point to their name.