The race for this season’s Premier League glory is becoming more intense and interesting. There were four clubs in the race for the Premier League title ultimate prize in the early stage of the campaign but one of them couldn’t keep up with the pace.
Chelsea, who recorded an 11-match unbeaten run in the early stages of the season, took their feet off the pedal and they now occupy the fourth position with 44 points.
The Blues supporters might still have hopes of lifting the Premier League trophy , but the fact remains — Sarri’s men lack all it require to beat Liverpool or Manchester City to the prize.
Now that Chelsea are out of the race for the 2018-19 EPL glory, we are left with three clubs and, as it’s often said, we should be expecting a tough and highly competitive three-horse race to the title.
Can City defend their title?
It’s been a while since we saw a team win back-to-back Premier League glory, however, anything can happen when you have Pep Guardiola as manager.
The Citizens lie in the second position and they are closely behind Liverpool with 50 points. Only four points separate both teams and there are still much to play for. In 21 games, the Etihad outfits have won 16 and they have suffered defeat in just three games.
They have the highest number of goals scored so far in the League as they found the back of the net in 54 occasions. You can visit Football Weeks for the latest news regarding the epl summary and fixtures.
Will Liverpool cap their fine season with a Premier League glory?
This is the best start the Reds have ever attained in their history. Klopp’s men were undefeated in 20 games before they lost their invincibility to Manchester City last week Thursday.
The Reds were narrowly defeated by the Guardiola’s men in a highly controversial but entertaining encounter which ended 2-1.
Irrespective of the defeat, Klopp’s team are still at the summit of the table with 54 points and they hope to win their first silverware under Jurgen Klopp.
Can Mauricio Pochetino aim for new level with Tottenham?
Pochetino’s presence at Wembley/ White Hart Lane has seen positive results and it’s obvious for all to see.
The Argentine manager brought the team from nowhere to a point where they regularly compete for the League’s ultimate prize.
It’s high time he move a bit higher than his ‘normal top-four’ finish, he should aim for the title this season.
With his player’s wonderful goalscoring form, no one can write Tottenham off in the race for the tittle.
They are in the third position with 48 points, six points behind Liverpool. They’ve won 16 matches, and 5 defeats.