EPL Table: Premier League standings after 33 matches

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Harry Kane scored his first goal since returning from injury as Tottenham again put the pressure on Chelsea with a comfortable home victory in Saturday's lunchtime kick-off.

Spurs cut the Blues title lead to four points with a 4-0 win over Bournemouth at White Hart Lane.

Mousa Dembele converted Christian Eriksen's corner inside 20 minutes before Heung-min Son latched on to Kane's through ball to net his 18th goal of the campaign.

And Kane, who came off the bench to make his injury return in the thumping win against Watford last weekend, rolled in a third to cap his first start since a 27-day lay-off.

EPL | The Premier League table after 32 matches

Pos Team P W D L GD Pts
1 Chelsea 31 24 3 4 40 75
2 Tottenham 32 21 8 3 46 71
3 Liverpool 32 18 9 5 28 63
4 Man City 31 18 7 6 25 61
5 Man Utd 30 15 12 3 22 57
6 Arsenal 30 16 6 8 22 54
7 Everton 32 15 9 8 21 54
8 West Brom 32 12 8 12 -2 44
9 Southampton 30 11 7 12 0 40
10 Watford 31 10 7 14 -16 37
11 Leicester City 30 10 6 14 -10 36
12 Burnley 32 10 6 16 -12 36
13 Stoke 32 9 8 14 -13 36
14 West Ham 32 10 6 16 -15 36
15 Bournemouth 33 9 8 16 -18 35
16 Crystal Palace 31 10 4 17 -8 34
17 Hull City 32 8 6 18 -31 30
18 Swansea City 32 8 4 20 -30 28
19 Middlesbrough 31 4 12 15 -15 24
20 Sunderland 30 5 5 20 -29 20

Vincent Janssen completed the rout in injury time with his first Premier League goal from open play to seal a second straight 4-0 win at White Hart Lane.

Leaders Chelsea can again extend their title lead to seven points when they face Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday.

Elsewhere on Saturday, Crystal Palace host champions Leicester, and West Ham go to Sunderland.

Arsenal will then seek to avoid another Monday-night drubbing as they travel to Middlesbrough with their top-four hopes hanging by a thread.

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