Whenever the Hornets and the Eagles clash, there is always something on the line. Whether it’s promotion to the Premier League, vital points in order to remain in the top tier, or simply some local bragging rights, there’s always something at stake.
Champions Man City moved closer to breaking Chelsea’s record for points in a single Premier League season, as they dismantled a poor Swansea City side who remain four points clear of the relegation zone in 17th.
A rather bizarre afternoon at the Emirates saw Arsenal inexplicably run out 4-1 winners against David Moyes’ West Ham side.
West Brom staged a late comeback from a two goal deficit to share the points with Liverpool, however it is more than likely they will be relegated on Sunday when Swansea City take on champions Manchester City.
Manchester United travelled to the Vitality Stadium looking to bounce back from a shock defeat at home to West Bromwich Albion at the weekend.
Andy Carroll hammered home a last-minute equaliser and the penultimate nail into Stoke City’s Premier League coffin to rescue a point at the London Stadium.
Arsenal travelled to St James Park off the back of a long midweek trip to Russia, however it didn’t show in early proceedings as they started by dominating possession.
Visitors West Brom travelled to Old Trafford with very few expectations after a torrid season and relegation all but imminent. Caretaker Manager Darren Moore needed a response from his team to finish the season with some pride.
In a weekend of incredibly important results for the teams fighting at the bottom of the table, Huddersfield Town refused to be left out of the party.