The title race heats up yet again after another entertaining round of Premier League action over the weekend. This season has given us one of the most fascinating title races we’ve seen in recent times.

Liverpool and Arsenal occupy the top 2 spots with 57 and 55 points respectively after 25 matches, while Manchester City is in 3rd place with 53 points and a match less than Liverpool and Arsenal, meaning they could go up to second place and have the top 3 sides separated by just 2 points.


The Reds had a relatively slow start to the season, but their form gradually picked up, and the team seems to have been further motivated by Jurgen Klopp’s announcement that he will leave Liverpool at the end of the season. It is evident that the German manager has built a special environment at Anfield and knows how to get the players to give their all on the field. His side managed to climb to the top of the Premier League without star man Mo Salah, who returned against Brentford over the weekend and got straight back among the goals in their 4-1 win over Brentford. Liverpool has been in incredible form, winning 6 of their last 7 games in the league, losing only to 2nd placed Arsenal.


The Gunners started the season like a house on fire and have stayed in the leading pack throughout. Despite not having a prolific striker up front, the likes of Bukayo Saka, Martin Odegaard, Gabriel Martinelli, and Leandro Trossard have chipped in with enough goals to see them remain within touching distance of the top spot. The most crucial moment in Arsenal’s title charge so far has been their impressive 3-1 victory over Liverpool in which they were utterly dominant. Arsenal has been in terrific form of late, winning their last 5 matches in the league, scoring an incredible 21 goals and conceding twice. Their last match was a 5-0 triumph at Burnley.

Man City

The City had a disappointing start to their season by their standards and were dealt a major blow when skipper Kevin De Bruyne suffered an injury in the first match of the season. City managed to turn their season around and move closer to the summit of the table over the turn of the year, boosted by the returns of Kevin De Bruyne and Erling Haaland, who had also sustained an injury. De Bruyne has returned and made crucial goal contributions to present his side with the opportunity to go 1 point behind leaders Liverpool once they have played their game in hand. They will hope striker Erling Haaland can get back to scoring regularly again soon after misfiring yet again in City’s 1-1 draw at home against Chelsea over the weekend.

This makes for a historic title race that is impossible to call, with 13 matches left (14 for City).