Under-21 Premier League round up - Chelsea and Arsenal continue to dominate

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Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United, Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspur all feature.

Chelsea and Arsenal remain in dominant positions in the latest round up of the action in the under-21 Premier League.

Thursday September 11

Arsenal continued their fine start to the under-21 Premier League with a well earned 2-0 win away at Aston Villa. Chuba Akpom grabbed both goals during the tense clash.

Friday September 12

Tottenham Hotspur against Southampton was the pick of the matches on this date, with Spurs running out 3-2 winners.

Liverpool secured a comfortable win against Wolves in a match which featured first team stars Kolo Toure and Mario Balotelli for the Reds. The match sparked untrue and wild rumours that Balotelli had kicked a Wolves player during the game.

Reading fought well for a 2-1 win away at Stoke and Manchester City strolled to a 4-1 win against Norwich.

Sunday September 14

Chelsea increased their commanding position at the top of division one with a 2-0 win against Everton. Jeremie Boga scored both goals with one spectacular effort capping off some great team play.

Monday September 15

Adnan Januzaj featured for the Manchester United side hosting Sunderland piled pressure onto Louis van Gaal with a hat-trick in a 4-0 win for the Red Devils.

Not one game finished in a draw earlier this week with Newcastle winning at home against Wolves, Middlesbrough beating Blackburn, Fulham securing a win away at Leicester City, West Brom winning at Bolton and Brighton edging out Derby.


Division One

Chelsea remain top of the table by two points with a 100% winning record from all games played so far.

Manchester United, Fulham and Liverpool are all joint second in the table on seven points.

Norwich City and Leicester City are left propping up the table without a single point, with Norwich the only side to have conceded goals into the double figures this season.

Division Two

Arsenal sit top of the table after three wins and a draw. The Gunners have a three point cushion over Newcastle United in second place though the Toon have played one game less.

Bolton are bottom of division two, still searching for their first win although that win could easily project them into mid-table quickly.

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