EPL Games and Results on February 2
Chelsea 5-0 Huddersfield
Chelsea returned to the Premier League form with an impressive Huddersfield award.
Eden Hazard ran the show and scored a brace, as his fellow-sign team made.
Gonzalo Higuain gave his first goal to the club for the first time in the minute 16 minutes when he attacked the post near six yards out.
One came two before half time as Hazard's confident penalty swept the Blues into a comfortable territory.
There was a danger again halfway through the second half, taking a gorgeous touch before the round keeper, Jonas Lossl and finishing into a blank net.
Higuain seconded him back soon after Huddersfield's unfortunate rise to the bottom of the board.
David Luiz joined the fifth at 86 minutes to complete demolition.
Tottenham 1-0 Newcastle
Tottenham shot over Manchester City to second in the Premier League, thanks to the late winner of Son Heung-min over Newcastle at Wembley.
Spurs almost went on in the 23 minutes, when Erik Lamela arrived at one of the first nine crosses of Jan Verthongen against Newcastle cross.
He was an assault against defense, with the army losing the edge of Harry Kane's back.
Salomon Rondon was an inch to put visitors into a shock at 51 minutes, when the search header went off the post with Hugo Lloris stuck.
Fabian Schar was cleared off the line after the flashing of Christian Eriksen, before Ayoze Perez forced Lloris into finger fingers to save on the other end.
The Toon Army now opposed the 82th minute, when the speculative effort of the Son fell under Martin Dubravka's arrest.
Wolves Everton 1-3
Wolves reaches seventh peaks in the EPL table thanks to a strong performance in Everton.
Ruben Neves gave an early penalty to visitors, following Leighton Baines clumsy boul on Matt Doherty who is moving on.
The Toffees drew level, however, when Andre Gomes discovered enough space to attack Rui Patricio.
Wolves went ahead just before the break when Raul Jimenez stole his heading past Jordan Pickford.
And they stretched out their advantage when Leander Dendoncker attacked high past the unemployed Pickford to do in three.
Crystal Palace 2-0 Fulham
Crystal Palace was too strong for the Fulham London warriors at Selhurst Park.
Luka Milivojevic made a penalty to put the Eagles forward halfway through the first time.
The men of Roy Hodgson had comforted it again late, thanks to Jeffrey Schlupp, who spilled three points of derby.
Brighton 0-0 Watford
Brighton and Watford played back at the AMEX Stadium.
Ben Foster had to trial to keep the Hornets late, first by Jurgen Locadia and then to reject Shane Duffy's sequel.
Leaving both sides grow along the middle of the board.
Burnley 1-1 Southampton
Burnley was throwing the kitchen sink in Southampton to take advantage of a possible victory in the fight to beat the fall.
Nathan Redmond chose a corner of Tom Heaton in the 55 minutes to put the Sains forward.
Ashley Barnes came to the bar for the unexpected guests late, as the visitors thought they had joined him for three crucial points.
But he punished 93 minutes a minute to divide the points.
Cardiff vs. Bournemouth – 19:30
Cardiff points are needed quickly if they are to return to the Championship, with Bournemouth visiting the capital of Wales on Saturday.
Cherries goes to Wales from the back of a 4-0 magical victory over Chelsea during the week.
Neil Warnock's men have been out of Arsenal and have no win in every four.
EPL table on February 2
EPL Fixtures on February 3rd
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Leicester vs Manchester United – 16:05
Manchester United is traveling to take out of Leicester class for the first games of two Premier League games on Sunday.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer failed to collect three points for the first time since he returned to the club, as Burnley came away from Old Trafford with a point despite the re-return of both late goals.
It leaves the two Red Devils valley away from the fourth place and a ticket to the Champions League next season.
Leicester is getting fast in mid Wales in an inconsistency campaign.
Claude Puel turns on as a coach despite the Foxes taking three other games without victory.
Inspiring an unlikely point from mid-November as leaders, Liverpool had at least given a boost.
Manchester City vs. Arsenal – 18:30
Manchester City and Arsenal conflicts for the Premier League weekend game on Sunday night.
The Etihad Stadium conflicts give City the opportunity to shut the gap for Liverpool leaders to two points, with the Reds not running until Monday night.
Pep Guardiola suffered a great deal in his application to seal EPL crowns back in the week.
Her side was flummoed by Newcastle at St James Park as the Toon Army motivated a 2-1 victory thanks to a late penalty.
Arsenal presses past Cardiff on Tuesday to strengthen their top four qualification.
The Gunners had been in such a way before capturing Chelsea and The Bluebirds in the Emirates.
Those six points have kept the men of Unai Emery above the Blues and Manchester United in the fourth race.
EPL Fixture on February 4
West Ham vs. Liverpool – 22:00