Premier League Matchweek 14 Review


We have just enough time to squeeze in our Premier League Matchweek 14 review before the EPL resumes. The action comes thick and fast at this time of year, with Matchweek 15 kicking off this Tuesday, December 5. 

Matchweek 14 served up tons of high-scoring clashes, memorable goals and shock results. The weekend concluded with a wild 3-3 draw between Manchester City and Tottenham, although referee Simon Hooper stole the headlines for the wrong reasons. 

Keep reading Sports Hub’s Premier League Matchweek 14 review to get up to speed on all the key talking points from another weekend of dramatic EPL action. 

Matchweek 14 Premier League Results 

It only makes sense to begin our Premier League Matchweek 14 review by assessing last weekend’s results. Before we dive into the stats behind the scorelines, let’s evaluate the biggest winners and losers of the weekend. 

  • Brentford 3-1 Luton Town 
  • Arsenal 2-1 Wolverhampton Wanderers 
  • Burnley 5-0 Sheffield United 
  • Nottingham Forest 0-1 Everton 
  • Newcastle United 1-0 Manchester United 
  • Chelsea 3-2 Brighton & Hove Albion 
  • Liverpool 4-3 Fulham 
  • West Ham United 1-1 Crystal Palace 
  • Bournemouth 2-2 Aston Villa 
  • Manchester City 3-3 Tottenham Hotspur 

Following seven failed attempts, Burnley finally tasted victory at Turf Moor this season. The Clarets crushed Sheffield United 5-0 on Saturday, leaving Paul Heckingbottom fighting to save his job. 

Sunday’s clashes dished up the most drama, however, with 24 goals scored across the five games. Liverpool came from 3-2 down to beat Fulham at Anfield, while Aston Villa came from behind on two occasions to draw with Bournemouth. 

With the score standing at 3-3 in the dying seconds of the clash between Man City and Tottenham, Jack Grealish found himself clean through on Spurs’ goal. However, referee Simon Hooper canceled out the advantage and pulled the game back, sparking angry scenes at the Etihad. 

Premier League Matchweek 14 Review – Betting Trends 

This is where our Premier League Matchweek 14 review gets interesting. Now that we’ve discussed the results, it’s time to assess all the key betting trends and player stats ahead of Matchweek 15. 

Remember – Matchweek 15 gets underway on Tuesday, December 5. We have a full midweek schedule to sink our teeth into, so be sure to use the information below to support your EPL bets in the coming days. 

From winning streaks and unbeaten home runs to goals, assists and clean sheets, this section of our Premier League Matchweek 14 review covers all the bases. 

Basic Betting Trends After Matchweek 14 

Arsenal sits two points clear of second-placed Liverpool atop the Premier League table. Still, the top six teams are separated by just six points. At the opposite end of the standings, the Blades find themselves two points adrift and four points from safety. 

  • Everton was the only team to win on the road during Matchweek 14 
  • Liverpool, Arsenal, Aston Villa and Man City remain unbeaten at home this season 
  • Burnley finally picked up their first home win of the campaign 
  • Arsenal and Liverpool have each suffered a solitary defeat in the league this term 
  • Sheff Utd has managed to register just one victory in 14 matches 
  • Nottingham Forest has suffered three consecutive defeats 

The Toffees were the only side to win on their travels last weekend, meaning they inflicted a third successive defeat on Nottingham Forest. Meanwhile, Burnley secured their first home win of the season to heap more misery on Sheffield United. 

Premier League Matchweek 14 Review – Goal Trends 

The goals continued to fly in during Matchweek 14. In fact, the 10 Matchweek 14 clashes produced a total of 38 goals (3.8 goals per game), taking the 2023-24 EPL season average to 3.16 goals per game. 

  • Seven Matchweek 14 clashes produced over 2.5 goals 
  • It is also worth noting that six encounters served up over 3.5 goals 
  • Both teams scored in seven of the 10 Matchweek 14 games 
  • The BTTS bet has landed in each of Brighton’s previous 18 league outings 
  • Man City (36) is the highest-scoring team in the Premier League 
  • Sheff Utd (11) is the lowest-scoring team in the division 
  • Arsenal (11) boasts the best defensive record this season 
  • No team has conceded more goals than Sheff Utd (39) this term 

Brighton’s remarkable BTTS record continued last weekend, as the Seagulls have now seen both teams score in each of their previous 18 EPL matches. It is also worth noting that Sheff Utd possesses the worst offensive record and the worst defensive record. 

Premier League Player Stats After Matchweek 14 

Enzo Fernandez was the only player to score more than once during Matchweek 14, although Son Heung-min scored at both ends at the Etihad. That said, Erling Haaland remains firmly in control of the race for the Golden Boot. 

  • Chelsea’s Enzo Fernandez bagged a brace against Brighton 
  • Tottenham’s Son Heung-min scored a goal and an own goal against Man City 
  • Man City’s Erling Haaland (14) leads the Golden Boot race after Matchweek 14 
  • Villa’s Ollie Watkins and Wolves’ Pedro Neto have each notched eight assists this term 
  • James Trafford, Jordan Pickford and Nick Pope achieved clean sheets last weekend 
  • Newcastle’s Pope (6) leads the Golden Glove race after Matchweek 14 

Only Erling Haaland (18) has registered more goal involvements than Mohamed Salah (16) and Ollie Watkins (16) this season. At the opposite end of the pitch, Nick Pope has achieved the most shutouts, although the Newcastle goalkeeper sustained a nasty injury on Saturday. 

Premier League Matchweek 14 Review Wrap-Up 

That concludes our Premier League Matchweek 14 review. Arsenal leads the way as we head into the busy festive period, but Liverpool, Man City and Aston Villa are hot on the Gunners’ heels. 

Matchweek 15 kicks off this Tuesday, December 5, and concludes on Thursday, December 7. With Matchweek 16 scheduled to commence on Saturday, December 9, there are tons of EPL betting opportunities to look forward to. 

We will be back with our latest Premier League predictions in the coming days. On top of that, we will reveal our top picks for the 2023 MLS Cup final, with the Columbus Crew taking on LAFC this Saturday.