Premier League Title Race (Week 28)

The title race is now down to its final 10 weeks and as many could have guessed, Liverpool is at the top of the table still, but with not a lot of breathing room as Manchester City is only trailing by one point.

The usuals round out the top-six of the table as Tottenham Hotspurs are now eight points behind the second place Manchester City as Arsenal, Manchester United, and Chelsea finish the top six with only a three-point difference between fourth place Arsenal and sixth place Chelsea.

Top of the table Liverpool had a convincing win today as they demolished Watford 5-0. Sadio Mane and Virgil van Dijk both banged in two goals and Divock Origi added another one.

Manchester City also had a light day, beating West Ham 1-0 in a very one-sided matchup. Sergio Aguero scored on a penalty, but the better team definitely got the win today.

Tottenham suffered a huge 0-2 loss to Chelsea which is now back to back Premier League losses for Tottenham. Pedro scored a wonder goal to begin the second half and Kieran Trippier from Tottenham scored a late own goal to seal the deal.

Arsenal had an extremely promising outing today, winning 5-1 against Bournemouth. That is three in a row for Arsenal as they try to make a push to 3rd place in the league with Tottenham struggling recently.

Last but most definitely not the least, Manchester United have continued their hot streak in the Premier League as they still haven’t lost since week 17. They had another great performance against Crystal Palace as United beat them 3-1.

Ashley Young celebrating after his game-clinching goal.

As week 38 approaches, the title race just gets more exciting. With Tottenham struggling recently, Arsenal, Manchester United, and Chelsea all have a chance to knock them off the third place spot in the upcoming weeks. It’ll be interesting to see if Tottenham can bounce back from this slump, or if any team can contend Manchester City and Liverpool for the title.

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