EPL Results

EPL Results: A blog around Premier League soccer results, match previews, post match reviews and all things English Premier League.

Live football scores, EPL standings, fixtures, results and other stats for EPL 2016/2017. Compare teams, find the best odds and browse through archive stats up to 7 years back.

EPL Results is a free website that provides you with the latest news from the world of Football.

This website is a blog around Premier League soccer results. The data used in this website is from the Football Data API (https://www.football-data.org/). This api has provided all the data for this site

This website was built by Samet Kurtuluş, a Software Engineer from Istanbul, Turkey. You can check out his other projects on his github page (https://github.com/sametsbk)

In the mid 2000s, I became interested in Premier League Soccer so I decided to make a website which would allow me to track game results and standings.

My original idea was to use a text file for each team. Then I would parse each file using Perl and generate HTML output. This worked but the process was slow and hard to maintain.

I decided to change the design of the site and use a database back end. This worked fairly well but I had some issues with MySQL. It wasn’t that big of a deal as it didn’t get much traffic anyway.

At some point in the late 2000s, I noticed that Google was indexing large portions of my site (the content had no copyright notices). At first I was excited at this new revenue stream but then I started looking at the stats and noticed that almost all the traffic is from Nigeria. The site is not ad-free so even though this isn’t much money, it’s still revenue that I should be taking advantage of. So, I decided to add copyright notices on every page in hopes that Google will quit indexing them.

In 2013, I decided to migrate all my sites over to Amazon Web Services (AWS). This allowed me to host everything on a single machine which reduced

Arsenal, once again stumbled in their quest for the premier league title. They drew 2-2 at home to Hull City with captain Cesc Fabregas scoring a late equalizer.

It was a match where Arsenal had about 80 percent of the ball possession, but couldn’t convert it into goals. Both goals for Arsenal came from penalties.

Manager Arsene Wenger admitted that Arsenal didn’t play well and have to improve if they want to win the Premier League title this season. Arsenal are currently second in the table just three points behind leaders Chelsea.

Arsenal defeated West Ham United with a score of 2-0, thanks to first half goals from Shkodran Mustafi and Alexis Sanchez. The victory takes the Gunners back into the top four for now.

“We tried to press them high, but we made some mistakes,” said West Ham manager Slaven Bilic. “They were very sharp, they played well and deserved the win.”

The English Premier League is the top-tier soccer league in England. It’s comprised of 20 teams and runs annually from August to May with each club playing 38 games. Teams are promoted and relegated based on annual performance.

The most successful club is Manchester United, with 13 titles to date. Liverpool have the second most titles with 18, followed by Arsenal (13), Everton (9), Aston Villa (7) and Chelsea (5).


Arsenal 2 – 0 Watford

AFC Bournemouth 3 – 1 West Bromwich Albion

Chelsea 2 – 2 West Ham United

Everton 6 – 2 Sunderland

Liverpool 4 – 0 Stoke City

Manchester City 1 – 0 Manchester United

Norwich City 1 – 3 Newcastle United

Southampton 4 – 2 Aston Villa

Swansea City 0 – 1 Leicester City

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