Last weekend saw all 20 Premier League clubs in action as the race to the title and the struggle to avoid relegation continued in Week 24 of the most-watched league in the world.
After the 10 games that we saw this weekend, here’s what we now know better about the Premier League:
The Premier League is Manchester City’s to Win
It may sound like we’re repeating the obvious. But this same obvious line was made even more obvious by the Citizens in their performance against Newcastle last Saturday.
Just like other teams that have come to the Etihad to play, Newcastle spent most of the time in their own half, behind the ball and almost frustrating Pep’s men. But in the end, City, for the umpteenth time, broke them down and won the game 3-1. Can we start a new Premier League season already?
Arsenal Can Still Finish Top Four If…
… they consistently play the same way they did against Crystal Palace. Before the first 30 minutes of this game, Arsenal already had a 3 goal lead over Roy Hogdson’s men. They were that good. The passes were perfect and the inter-change of play between Ozil, Lacazette and Iwobi was a beauty to behold.
They’re currently 5 points away from the top four and will be looking to make it in there before the season ends. But it will be Mission Impossible if they don’t keep up this level of performance. With just one loss at home this season in the league, they should make sure that number doesn’t increase.
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Every Team In The Bottom Half Of The Table Can Still Relegate
After Swansea’s surprise win over Liverpool yesterday, the Swans increased their points tally to 20. With Watford, currently placed 10th on the log, having 26 points, it means the 11 teams are separated by just 6 points.
Just six points!
That’s scary for all these teams considering the fact that the pendulum could swing either ways in the coming matchdays and positions on the log may just dramatically change.
The Tale Of The Top Four Spot
Another weekend and another power tussle in the top four of the Premier League. Of course, the Citizens are in a league of their own up there. But looking down the table, Manchester United (53 points), Chelsea (50 points) and Liverpool (47 points) make up the top four.
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The Red Devils are keeping up with their noisy neighbors while Chelsea, without Morata and Pedro, took Brighton to the cleaners to remain in the mix of things. Liverpool, on the other hand, proved yet again that they’re the Robinhood of the Premier League.
After taking points from the rich (defeating Manchester City), they went ahead to give it to the poor (by losing to Swansea, currently 20th on the table).
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