Arsenal moved one step closer to the Premier League title with a comfortable 3-0 win away at Fulham, securing their fifth successive league win.
It looked as if the wheels were going to run out of Arsenal’s title when they drew with Everton and Brentford before losing to Manchester City at the start of February.
They’ve been back to their best since then and looked as good as ever against Fulham, throwing chances at their opponents. Three goals And some great players in the first half.
Manchester city He had had a much tougher time in the capital the day before, struggling to break down a staunch Crystal Palace defence.
They eventually did it through an Erling Haaland penalty in the 78th minute to secure the three points and ensure they never fell behind their title rivals.
Having both played 27 matches, Mikel Arteta’s side lead the reigning champions by five points, but they have a slightly lower goal difference.
While nothing has changed in terms of the title fight over the weekend, that hasn’t been the case in terms of the battle for the top four spot.
Liverpool He had a chance to move into last place in the UEFA Champions League but failed to take it, losing out to Bournemouth, and Tottenham took full advantage a few hours later by By beating Nottingham Forest 3-1.
It was an almost perfect day for Antonio Conte and his team mates. With Brighton failing to beat Leeds, drawing 2-2, and to make things better, Manchester United only drew 0-0 with Southampton on Sunday.
As a result of the above, Newcastle went into their match with Wolves knowing that a win would put them back in the battle for third place.