– The top four slots in the league standings remain unchanged after match-week 23
– Liverpool look on course to win the league title after stretching their lead on the summit to 16 points
– Aston Villa, Bournemouth and Norwich City remain in the relegation zone
Liverpool were perhaps the biggest gainers from this weekend’s Premier League action, with their 2-0 win over Man United on Sunday, January 19, stretching their lead atop to a massive 16 points.
The Reds are yet to lose a single league match this season, winning 21 out of the 22 they have played.
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Man City’s 2-2 frustrating draw with Crystal Palace leaves them second on the log with just 48 points.
Leicester and Chelsea, both who lost their weekend matches to Burnley and Newcastle United respectively complete the top four podium.
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Man United’s defeat at Anfield saw them miss out on a glorious chance to close the gap between them and fourth-placed Chelsea, and now remain fifth on the standings with 34 points.
Meanwhile, Arsenal’s disappointing run continued on Saturday, January 18, with the Mikel Arteta-tutored side settling for a 1-1 draw with Sheffield United at the Emirates.
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The Gunners remain 10th on the log with 29 points, three behind rivals Tottenham who sit eighth after being held to a barren draw by Watford.
The drop zone is hosting Aston Villa, Bournemouth and Norwich City who are rooted at the bottom despite their priceless 1-0 win over the Cherries at home.
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