2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
14-7-17, 12th in English Premier League
Palace come out on top in 8-goal thriller (2:38)
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Cardiff relegated after loss to Palace

Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock said relegation from the Premier League was insignificant compared to the tragic death of Emiliano Sala.

Cardiff's relegation confirmed after Palace defeat (2:18)
Everton held in chase for European spot (1:09)

Everton held to goalless draw at Palace

Everton's hopes of finishing in seventh and a potential Europa League spot suffered a blow as they were held to a 0-0 draw by Crystal Palace.

28 Premier League goals in 90 seconds (1:30)
Mariner slams Emery's team selection in Arsenal defeat (1:46)
Arsenal hit a snag in top-4 race with loss to Palace (1:52)
Aubameyang slaloms through Palace's defense to score (0:54)
Crystal Palace extend their lead over Arsenal (1:01)
Zaha bullies Mustafi and puts Palace back in front (1:07)
Ozil buries an equalizer for Arsenal (1:02)
Wide-open Benteke puts Palace up at Arsenal (0:58)
Man City put the pressure back on Liverpool (2:05)
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Sterling double sees Man City past Palace

Raheem Sterling's double and another goal from Gabriel Jesus saw Manchester City briefly go top of the Premier League, before Liverpool responded.

Jesus puts Man City back in the driver's seat (1:22)
Milivojevic sparks late Palace comeback against Man City (0:40)
Sterling's 2nd puts Man City in cruise control (1:12)
Sterling slots in Man City's opener (1:07)

2018-19 Prem Ladder

Manchester City383224+7298
Tottenham Hotspur3823213+2871
Manchester United3819910+1166
Wolverhampton Wanderers3816913+157
Leicester City3815716+352
West Ham United3815716-352
Crystal Palace3814717-249
Newcastle United3812917-645
AFC Bournemouth3813619-1445
Brighton & Hove Albion389920-2536
Cardiff City3810424-3534
Huddersfield Town383728-5416

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference-210th
Goals Scored51Tied-11th
Goals Conceded5310th