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Manchester Clubs Pull Further Away From Chelsea

Both United & City sealed victories in their midweek games, whilst the Londoners failed to even score- meaning Chelsea now trail 7 points off the top spot.

The Premier League title is fast becoming a two horse race, as the Manchester sides pull further away from their competition. Only one team out of the trailing five managed to achieve all 3 points in their midweek game- Spurs beat Liverpool 2 - 1 at White Hart Lane.

Manchester United now sit at the top with 33 points, with their neighbours City still just one point behind. Early leaders, Chelsea are now seven points of the pace after another tedious display against Fulham- which resulted in a 0 -0 draw, again. Rafael Benitez is still looking for his first Chelsea goal.

Despite the dismal performance by Chelsea, they still managed to rise above West Brom in the league table. The Baggies suffered a rare 3 - 1 defeat at the hands of an impressive Swansea side- the Welsh club were 3 goals ahead by the 40th minute.

Tottenham saw off Liverpool at White Hart Lane after Bale chipped in with two goals- one for the Londoner, followed by an own-goal for their Northern rivals. Despite his own-goal, Bale was hailed as 'amazing' by Andre Villas-Boas. Victory for the north London side means they go fourth, ahead of both Arsenal and Everton.

Fans at Goodison Park enjoyed an exciting games which was end-to-end from start to finish, without plenty of goals. The Toffees and Gunners scored one a piece through early goals from Walcott and Fellaini-  and went home with an equal share of the points which satisfies neither of their needs.

At the moment it looks like the Manchester clubs may be running away with the trophy- but as we have seen on many occasions that could all change in a matter of weeks...

 

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