Premier League Results 2016-17. Sunday 21st May 2017. Arsenal 3-1 Everton. Burnley 1-2 West Ham United. Chelsea 5-1 Sunderland. Hull City 1-7 Tottenham Hotspur. Leicester City 1-1 Bournemouth. Liverpool 3-0 Middlesbrough. Manchester United 2-0 Crystal Palace.
Statistics, results and standings from the England Premier League 2016/17
Premier League Results. Results ... December 2016 Saturday 31st December. Burnley 4 1 15:00 Sunderland FT. Chelsea 4 2 15:00 Stoke City FT. Leicester City 1 0 ...
Chelsea won their fifth Premier League title, and sixth English title, with two matches to spare following a 1–0 away win over West Bromwich Albion on 12 May.  The defending champions were Leicester City , who finished 12th, thereby setting a new record for the worst Premier League title defence; the record had previously been held by Chelsea, who had finished 10th in 2015–16 after winning the title in 2014–15 .
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2016–17 Premier League: Week 3 Schedule and Scores: Date: Home Club: Away Club: Result: Aug. 27: Tottenham: Liverpool: 1-1: Aug. 27: Chelsea: Burnley: 3-0: Aug. 27: Crystal Palace: Bournemouth ...
Leicester City won the championship for the first time in their 132-year history, with 2 games to spare, after Tottenham failed to beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on 2 May 2016, becoming the 24th club to become English football champions, and the sixth club to win the Premier League. Many commentators consider this to be one of the greatest sporting shocks in history, especially considering that Leicester spent half of the previous season at the bottom of the table before finishing 14th.