The title race may well be over now if it wasn’t already. Liverpool are now 19 points clear the point after beating Wolves and West Ham in the last two weeks. There was a big win for Leicester over West Ham but also big wins for teams around the bottom. Burnley stunned Manchester United, Aston Villa secured a late win over Watford in a big game at the bottom [pictured above, image from 90Min] while Bournemouth beat Brighton with some heroic saves from Pepe Reina and Aron Ramsdale in those games respectively. Chelsea played out a very entertaining draw with Arsenal although they should have won and there was also saw a great late comeback from Newcastle United as they scored twice deep into injury time as they salvaged an unlikely 2-2 draw with Everton.
Since the last Premier League action, 13 sides were involved in the FA Cup Fourth Round with seven progressing, four requiring replays including Liverpool and two eliminated including West Ham who lost at home to high flying Championship side West Brom. Midweek also saw the second leg of the Carabao Cup semi-finals with Aston Villa getting a late winner against Leicester City to set up a final with Manchester City who had done enough in the first leg to negate losing the second 1-0.