Premier League Results – Week 17

Premier League Results - Week 17

Liverpool and Manchester City were the big losers this weekend, with both teams dropping points at home, after disappointing draws. Arsenal and Villa meanwhile continued their excellent form and now sit first and second in the table.

Liverpool FC Results | Premier League Results | FA Cup Results | Carabao Cup Results | Europa League Results | Champions League Results | LFC - Back On Our Perch

Game week 17 is complete, but Liverpool fans will be feeling frustrated, after a boring 0 - 0 draw with Manchester United on Sunday evening.  Check out all the results below and then join us for analysis below.

Friday 15th December 2023

Nottingham Forest 0 - 2 Tottenham Hotspur


Saturday 16th December 2023

AFC Bournemouth - Match Abandoned - Luton Town

Chelsea 2 - 0 Sheffiled United

Manchester City 2 - 2 Crystal Palace

Newcastle United 3 - 0 Fulham

Burnley 0 - 2 Everton


Sunday 17th December 2023

Arsenal 2 - 0 Brighton & Hove Albion

Brentford 1 - 2 Aston Villa

West Ham United 3 - 0 Wolverhampton Wanderers

Liverpool 0 - 0 Manchester United

Liverpool FC Latest Results | Premier League Results | FA Cup Results | Carabao Cup Results | European Results

Liverpool and City lose ground on rivals

Liverpool and Manchester city both lost ground on their nearest rivals, as both suffered disappointing home draws, against Man United and Crystal Palace respectively.

Tottenham kicked off the weekend with another away victory, this time over struggling Nottingham Forest.  The result moved Tottenham back into fifth in the table, and left Forest just one place above the relegation zone.  The only downside for Tottenham was the sending off of Yves Bissouma, who will now miss 4 games.  As Bissouma will also be heading to the African Cup of Nations in January, he is unlikely to play again for Tottenham until February.

Saturday's drama came at The  Vitality Stadium, where Luton Town Captain Tom Lockyer suffered a heart attack on the pitch.  It is the second time the player has suffered heart trouble during a game.  Thankfully the quick thinking of the medical staff and ambulance crews in attendance saved his life, with the player in a stable condition in hospital.  The game was abandoned with the score 1 - 1.  Elsewhere, Chelsea and Newcastle both recorded easy home victories, whilst Everton continued their excellent run of form to defeat Burnley 2 - 0 at Turf Moor.  Manchester City let a two goal lead slip at home to Crystal Palace, with another uncharacteristically nervous performance.

Moving onto Sunday and Arsenal and Villa both recorded excellent victories.  Arsenal saw off a spirited Brighton 2 - 0, whilst Villa came from behind to defeat Brentford.  The results moved them both above Liverpool, who failed to capitalise on Manchester United's poor form, with a disappointing 0 - 0 draw at Anfield.  A point was enough to move Liverpool back into second, one point behind Arsenal, but it was definately a missed opportunity for the Reds.

Premier League Top 6

Arsenal - 39pts
Liverpool - 38pts
Aston Villa - 38pts
Man City - 34pts
Tottenham - 33pts
Newcastle United - 29pts

Premier League Bottom 4

Nottingham Forest - 14pts
Luton - 9pts
Burnley - 8pts
Sheffield United - 8pts

If you liked the article 'Premier League Results - Week 17', then please like and share this page with your friends, or leave a comment below.

For all the latest Liverpool FC news - visit our dedicated news page, where you'll find breaking news, match reports, transfer gossip, injury news and much more.

Looking to earn some extra money?  Earn cash online by completing surveys, testing products and playing mobile games with Swagbucks.  Sign up for Free and start Earning today!

#LFC #Liverpool #LiverpoolFC #YNWA #TheReds #LFCBackOnOurPerch #Anfield #Football

... About The Author ...

Peter Farrell :: LFC - Back On Our Perch Author and Editor

Peter Farrell - Editor and Chief Article Writer, LFC - Back On Our Perch
Articles written by Author :: 553

Lifelong fan with a passion for all things Liverpool. First memory of football is watching John Barnes score a dramatic last minute equaliser in the FA Cup when he was 4. Feels lucky to be a part of the 'Klopp' era.

Catch up with all the other LFC fixtures and results below...

  • Premier League Fixtures – Week 27
    The Premier League returns this weekend with Manchester City, Arsenal, and Liverpool all looking to gain a decisive edge in the title race. […]
    No Comments
  • Premier League Fixtures – Week 26
    Liverpool's focus this weekend is on the Carabao Cup Final, but Arsenal and Manchester City will all be looking to close the gap on the Reds at the top of the table. […]
    No Comments
  • Premier League Results – Week 25
    Liverpool produced an excellent display to win away at Brentford for the first time since 1938.  Arsenal also won to keep up the pressure on the Reds, but City and Spurs drop points. […]
    No Comments
  • Premier League Fixtures – Week 25
    Liverpool, Manchester City, and Arsenal will all be looking to take control of the Title race, as the Premier League prepares for another weekend of action. […]
    1 Comment
  • Premier League Results – Week 24
    The Premier League delivered once again, with plenty of goals and late drama across all 10 matches this weekend. […]
    No Comments

Affiliate Links & Disclaimer

This post may contains affiliate links, meaning, we promote products or services on external websites that we have used or know well and may receive a commission if you purchase them too (at no additional cost to you).  This helps keep LFC - Back On Our Perch free to use.  Our editorial decision making is not affected by the inclusion of such links.

*Please note that LFC - Back On Our Perch is a fan site and is not linked in any way to Liverpool FC.  For the official Liverpool FC website please visit

Leave a Reply