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Theo Walcott scored twice as Arsenal fought back from a goal down to beat West Ham 3-1 at Upton Park, a win which put the Gunners top of the Premier League on Boxing Day.

An error from Simon Mignolet saw Manchester City beat Liverpool 2-1, keeping the Reds off the top of the Premier League

Chelsea stayed in contention at the top of the Premier League with a slender win over Swansea at Stamford Bridge, 1-0, which left Jose Mourinho frustrated by familiar failings in front of goal.

A Wayne Rooney screamer helped Manchester United fight back from two goals down for a vital 3-2 win at Hull City.

The results of other Boxing Day matches are given below:

Aston Villa 0 – 1 Crystal Palace

Cardiff City 0 – 3 Southampton

Everton 0 – 1 Sunderland

Newcastle United 5 – 1 Stoke City

Norwich City 1 – 2 Fulham

Tottenham Hotspur 1 – 1 West Bromwich Albion

As all the teams have completed 18 games, let’s have a look on the updated EPL table:

Pos.  Team                   P       W      D       L       GD    Pts.

1        Arsenal                18     12        3        3     18       39

2        Manchester City  18     13        2       4       32       38

3        Chelsea               18     11       4        3       15       37

4        Liverpool              18     11       3       4        22      36

5        Everton                18      9        7        2        12      34

6        Newcastle            18      10      3        5        6        33

7        Man. United          18      9        4        5        9        31

8        Tottenham            18      9        4        5        -5       31

9        Southampton        18      7        6        5         7        27

10      Stoke City             18      5        6        7        -8       21

11      Swansea City        18      5        5        8        -1       20

12      Hull City               18      5        5        8        -7      20

13      Aston Villa            18      5        4        9        -7      19

14      Norwich City         18      5        4        9        -15     19

15      W.Bromwich         18      3        8        7        -5      17

16      Cardiff City           18      4        5        9        -15     17

17      Crystal Palace      18      5        1       12      -15     16

18      Fulham                 18      5        1        12      -16     16

19      W.Ham United      18      3        5        10      -10     14

20      Sunderland           18      3        4        11      -17     13

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