2017 Season

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2017 Schedule
9-10-19, 16th in English Premier League
Prem: 31 goals in 90 seconds (1:30)
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10dNick Ames

The past looms as Wenger walks away

The end came with victory at Huddersfield, a fitting venue for an Arsenal managerial great to sign off. For the hosts, though, there are questions.

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10dPA Sport

Wenger signs off with win against Huddersfield

Arsene Wenger bowed out with a victory as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's first-half goal secured a 1-0 win for Arsenal in their season finale.

Huddersfield 0-1 Arsenal: Wenger bows out on a high (1:58)
Aubameyang taps in Arsenal's opener (0:53)
Wagner: We're going back from Chelsea by coach... with beers! (0:22)
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13dLiam Twomey

'Bad' Huddersfield tactics criticised by Alonso

Alonso said Chelsea were unlucky to draw with a Huddersfield team that "played a bad game" with a defensive mindset and time-wasting tactics.

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14dGlenn Price

Klopp gets Champions League 'favour' - Wagner

Huddersfield's David Wagner said he helped close friend Jurgen Klopp after a draw vs. Chelsea moved Liverpool toward Champions League qualification.

Wagner: An incredible achievement for Huddersfield (0:48)
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14dLiam Twomey

Party bus: Huddersfield cancel flight home

David Wagner revealed that Huddersfield would savour their journey back to West Yorkshire by coach after securing Premier League survival.

Making sense of Conte's decisions against Huddersfield (4:26)
Steve Nicol tabs Huddersfield for relegation next season (1:40)
Huddersfield celebrate Premier League safety (0:49)
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14dPA Sport

Huddersfield draw at Chelsea, secure safety

Huddersfield Town secured Premier League survival with a game to spare and left Chelsea facing Europa League football after a 1-1 draw.

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16dPA Sport

Huddersfield closing in on safety - Lossl

Terriers claimed a valuable point to move three points clear of the relegation zone with two games -- against Chelsea and Arsenal -- to play.

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17dNick Miller

What is wrong with Spurs and Man United?

The weekend review salutes Huddersfield, Brighton and West Brom, while wondering just what is going on with Tottenham and Manchester United.

Manchester City 0-0 Huddersfield: Terriers still alive (1:34)
17dPA Sport

Man City held 0-0 at home by Huddersfield

Premier League champions Manchester City were held to a 0-0 draw on Sunday by Huddersfield Town, who took a further step toward top-flight safety.

2017-18 Prem Table

Manchester City383242+79100
Manchester United382567+4081
Tottenham Hotspur382387+3877
Leicester City38121115-447
Newcastle United3812818-844
Crystal Palace38111116-1044
AFC Bournemouth38111116-1644
West Ham United38101216-2042
Brighton & Hove Albion3891316-2040
Huddersfield Town3891019-3037
Swansea City388921-2833
Stoke City3871219-3333
West Bromwich Albion3861319-2531

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference-3019th
Goals Scored28Tied-19th
Goals Conceded58Tied-14th