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Leeds on brink of drop after Chelsea loss as relegation rivals split honours

May 11, 2022

Advertisement Leeds: Leeds United edged closer to Premier League relegation after goals from Mason Mount, Christian Pulisic and Romelu Lukaku earned Chelsea a comfortable 3-0 victory over the 10-man hosts on Wednesday (Thursday AEST). The fixture was important for both teams, with Chelsea needing five more points to be sure of a top-four finish before their trip north, while Leeds’ top-flight status remains in the balance. The hosts, however, could not have got off to a worse start as Mount fired Chelsea in front inside four minutes, before a reckless challenge from Dan James saw him sent off 20 minutes later, leaving Leeds with a mountain to climb. There only looked like being one winner from that moment on, with Chelsea putting the game to bed in the 54th minute as American forward Pulisic slotted home from the edge of the area, before Lukaku hammered in a late third to seal victory. A third successive league loss for Leeds means they stay in the bottom three on 34 points from 36 matches, level with 17th-placed Burnley, who have a game in hand, making Sunday’s clash with Brighton pivotal for Jesse Marsch’s side. Chelsea’s first win in four league games moved Thomas Tuchel’s third-placed team onto 70 points from 36 matches, four clear of Arsenal in fourth, and eight clear of Tottenham Hotspur in fifth. Romelu Lukaku (left) celebrates Chelsea’s third goal at Elland Road. Credit:Getty Two of Leeds’ chief relegation rivals, meanwhile, played out a scoreless draw to do their own hopes few favours. Relegated Watford ended a run of 11 straight home defeats when they held Everton to a goalless draw in a poor encounter at Vicarage Road, denying the visitors the chance to move further away from the relegation zone. Advertisement The best chance of the game fell to Everton’s Demarai Gray, who skewed his shot wide from eight yards with the goal at his mercy as Watford kept a first home clean-sheet this season. Everton move to 36 points from 35 games, two ahead of Leeds United in the third relegation position, with the latter having played a game more. Everton’s Demarari Gray had the best chance of a torrid stalemate with Watford. Credit:Getty Watford made a number of injury-enforced changes to their side and had no lack of effort on the day they appointed new manager Rob Edwards, but as has been the case for much of the campaign, they did not have the quality to trouble the visitors. Everton were perhaps too cautious in their approach, certainly in the first half, and it was not until the second period when they troubled home goalkeeper Ben Foster. Former Watford forward Richarlison was able to find some space in the box and his deflected shot was well saved by the outstretched arm of Foster. In a largely meaningless contest, Jamie Vardy scored twice on his return to the starting line-up as Leicester City moved into the top half of the table with a 3-0 home win over relegated Norwich City. The Foxes are out of contention for the European places but safe from relegation while Norwich were already condemned to the drop. The match ended Leicester’s run of seven games without a victory. Leicester, now 10th and a point ahead of Crystal Palace, were dominant but Teemu Pukki came close for the visitors when he hit the post in first-half stoppage time. Vardy then broke the ice in the 54th with a deflected right-footed shot from the left of the box and made it 2-0 in the 62nd before James Maddison scored the third in the 70th against his former club. Loading Norwich, now on five straight league defeats and rooted to the bottom, dropped Dutch goalkeeper Tim Krul for Angus Gunn in one of four changes to the side that lost 4-0 at home to West Ham United on Sunday. Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers also rang the changes after the 2-1 home defeat to Everton last weekend. Watch football’s biggest superstars in the UEFA Champions League , UEFA Europa League and UEFA Europa Conference League Finals this May on Stan Sport. Liverpool v Real Madrid – ad-free, live and on demand on Stan Sport in 4K and 9GEM on Sunday 19 May from 4:30am AEST. Frankfurt v Rangers in the Europa League Final (May 19) and Roma v Feyenoord in the Conference League Final (May 26) – both matches streaming ad-free, live and on demand, only on Stan Sport from 4:30am AEST. Save

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