2017 Schedule

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2017 Schedule
9-13-16, 15th in English Premier League
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7dPA Sport

Brighton reward Hughton with new contract

Brighton boss Chris Hughton has been rewarded with a new contract after keeping the Seagulls in the Premier League.

Prem: 31 goals in 90 seconds (1:30)
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9dMark Ogden

Record-breaker Salah leads Liverpool to UCL

Liverpool's 4-0 win over Brighton saw Mohamed Salah break more records to confirm a top-four finish for the Reds and the final place in the UCL.

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13dPA Sport

Records fall in Toure's winning City exit

Yaya Toure bade farewell to the Etihad Stadium as champions Manchester City set a hat trick of Premier League records in a 3-1 win over Brighton.

ICYMI: Promotions, sendoffs and El Clasico (1:49)
Prem: 19 goals in 90 seconds (1:30)
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20dPA Sport

Hughton praises FA for backing Bong

Brighton manager Chris Hughton has lauded the Football Association after they condemned the Burnley supporters who booed Gaeten Bong last weekend.

Hughton 'upset' by Bong boos (1:24)
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21dESPN staff

Hughton: Bong boos 'upsetting' to think about

Comments came after the Football Association said it was "unacceptable" that sections of the Burnley crowd booed Brighton defender Gaetan Bong.

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22dPA Sport

FA condemns Burnley fans for Bong boos

The Football Association said it is unacceptable that some Burnley fans booed Brighton defender Gaetan Bong during a game on Saturday.

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24dPA Sport

Burnley draw; close in on Europa League spot

Burnley are virtually assured of European football next season for the first time in over 50 years after drawing 0-0 with Brighton.

Brighton 1-1 Tottenham: Albion nick valuable point (1:26)
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35dDan Kilpatrick

Kane sluggish as Brighton hold on for draw

Harry Kane didn't look his usual self but Spurs moved eight points clear of fifth-placed Chelsea; Brighton went eight clear of the relegation zone.

2017-18 Prem Table

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Manchester City383242+79100
Manchester United382567+4081
Tottenham Hotspur382387+3877
Liverpool3821125+4675
Chelsea3821710+2470
Arsenal3819613+2363
Burnley38141212-354
Everton38131015-1449
Leicester City38121115-447
Newcastle United3812818-844
Crystal Palace38111116-1044
AFC Bournemouth38111116-1644
West Ham United38101216-2042
Watford3811819-2041
Brighton & Hove Albion3891316-2040
Huddersfield Town3891019-3037
Southampton3871516-1936
Swansea City388921-2833
Stoke City3871219-3333
West Bromwich Albion3861319-2531

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference-20Tied-14th
Goals Scored3417th
Assists2516th
Goals Conceded549th