Premier League Live : Wolves beat Everton to keep Champions league hopes alive

After Liverpool become Premier League matches, the rest of the matches have either are became race for the champions league spots or hunt to avoid the relegation. On Sunday evening also both these scripts were played in the Premier League. 
In the first match of the day Wolves beat Everton to keep their Champions League dreams alive and Aston Villa defeated Crystal Palace to just stay afloat the relegation race. Wolves won 3-0 against Everton and Aston Villa registered comfortable 2-0 victory over Crystal Palace.

Premier League Live : Wolves beat Everton to keep Champions league hopes alive

Wolves boosted their chances of claiming a place in next season’s Champions League with a comprehensive home victory over Everton. Wanderers bounced back from consecutive defeats with a victory through goals either side of half-time and a game-sealing third from Diogo Jota with 15 minutes to go.

Raul Jimenez scored the first from the penalty spot in first-half injury time following a clumsy Lucas Digne foul on Daniel Podence.

Leander Dendoncker headed in the second just a minute after the restart before Jota lashed in from just inside the box to put the game beyond the visitors.

It moves Wolves back up to sixth in the table, three points behind Manchester United in fifth – a position that could be good enough to earn a place in Europe’s top club competition next season.

Premier League Live : Aston Villa beat Crystal Palace, hopes of avoiding relegation alive

Trezeguet scored twice as Aston Villa beat Crystal Palace to keep alive their hopes of avoiding relegation in a game which included two controversial video assistant referee decisions.

Mamadou Sakho thought he had put Palace ahead when the ball appeared to strike the defender’s shoulder on its way into the net – but it was ruled out for handball after a lengthy delay, much to the visitors’ dismay.

Villa then took the lead just before half-time when Egypt winger Trezeguet side-footed the ball into the net at the back post after Palace had failed to clear a free-kick.

Shortly after the break, the hosts were awarded a penalty by referee Martin Atkinson after Patrick van Aanholt’s challenge on Jack Grealish, but the decision was overturned after another long VAR check.

Villa’s first Premier League win since 21 January was sealed when Trezeguet toe-poked home his second goal to leave the West Midlands side four points from safety with three matches, against Everton (away), Arsenal (home) and West Ham (away), to go

Premier League Matches Results 12th July 2020

Wolves beat Everton 3-0
Aston Villa beat Crystal Palace 2-0
Premier League Points Table : After first two games on Sunday 12th July
Team P GD Pts
1 Liverpool 35 49 93
2 Man City 35 57 72
3 Chelsea 35 14 60
4 Leicester 34 32 59
5 Man Utd 34 26 58
6 Wolves 35 11 55
7 Sheffield Utd 35 5 54
8 Arsenal 35 8 51
9 Tottenham 35 8 50
10 Burnley 35 -8 50
11 Everton 35 -11 45
12 Southampton 34 -13 44
13 Newcastle 35 -16 43
14 Crystal Palace  35 -15 42
15 Brighton 35 -16 36
16 West Ham 35 -15 34
17 Watford 35 -21 34
18 Aston Villa 35 -27 30
19 Bournemouth 34 -27 28
20 Norwich 35 -41 21