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Manchester United suffered a 1-0 loss to Wolves on Monday, leaving them in seventh place in the Premier League table, four points behind fourth-placed Arsenal with a game in hand.

With their title hopes long gone, the Red Devils were outplayed for long periods before Joao Moutinho struck in the final 10 minutes to give the visitors the lead as they moved into eighth place.

Apart from a short shower in the middle part of the second half, where Bruno Fernandes hit the crossbar and Cristiano Ronaldo got a header ruled out for offside, Man Utd were disappointing.

Manchester City look to be red-hot favorites to win the Premier League as they made it 11 wins in a row at the weekend.

City came back to achieve an excellent 2-1 victory in a controversial and heady clash against Arsenal at the Emirates.

Arsenal dominated the first half and took the lead through Bukayo Saka, but the match turned upside down within a few minutes of the second period.

First of all, Granit Xhaka conceded a penalty kick sent by Riyad Mahrez. And then Gabriel was sent for two yellow cards.

In overtime, City completed the turning point as Rodri swept home.

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City were guaranteed a good weekend after this result as Chelsea in second place hosted Liverpool on Sunday in a match overshadowed by Thomas Tuchel’s decision to drop Romelu Lukaku following an interview in which he criticized his manager.

Liverpool started quickly and took the lead after 10 minutes through Sadio Mane, who took advantage of a Trevor Chalobah error. They then doubled their advantage after 25 minutes when Mohamed Salah fooled Edouard Mendy at his nearest post to his 150th goal in English football.

But Chelsea launched a fantastic comeback before the break when Mateo Kovacic sent a brilliant blow home from the post before Christian Pulisic equalized with a fine finish.

That’s how it ended, and this result means that Man City are now 10 points ahead of Chelsea in second place. Liverpool are one point behind Chelsea in third place with a match in hand.

Elsewhere on Sunday, Leeds won a big victory in their relegation battle against Burnley – and won 3-1 thanks to goals from Jack Harrison, Stuart Dallas and Daniel James.

Brentford opened a big hole from the bottom three by beating Aston Villa 2-1, while Everton will have to look over their shoulder after losing 3-2 at home to Brighton.

In Saturday’s two other matches, Antonio Conte remains undefeated as his Tottenham side won 1-0 at Watford with a header from Davinson Sanchez in injury time. West Ham returned to form with a 3-2 win at Crystal Palace.

Leicester vs. Norwich and Southampton vs. Newcastle were exposed due to Coronavirus.

See our detailed player statistics for the Premier League at the link below.

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