- Premier League standings changed as Man United moved to the fifth position
- Man City remain second on the log with Leicester closely behind the defending champions
- Tottenham dropped to sixth on the table after their defeat to Chelsea over the weekend
Manchester United produced a three-star performance as they defeated Watford 3-0 at Old Trafford in one of Sunday's Premier League encounters.
A goal each from Bruno Fernandes, Mason Greenwood, and Anthony Martial saw the Red Devils stretch their unbeaten run in the EPL to three matches.
It also helped them leapfrog Tottenham Hotspur to fifth position on the table with 41 points after 27 matches, one better than the north London club.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side remains the only team that moved up the ladder with Jose Mourinho and his armies dropping to sixth on the table.
Liverpool are still unbeatable as they sit at the summit of the log with 76 points with one match in hand. Man United are the only team to have forced them to a draw so far this term.
Jurgen Klopp's men faceoff with West Ham United at Anfield later this evening and they will be hoping to restore their 22 points gap after the game.
Chelsea consolidated in their fourth position following their 2-1 victory over Tottenham in the London derby over the weekend.
The victory took the Blues to 44 points while Mourinho's men had to relinquish their fifth position with just 11 matches to the end of the season.
Although the Stamford Bridge outfit must ensure they don't drop points else they will be displaced from that position in the next match day.
Leicester City tried repeating the feat they achieved five seasons back when they took the world by surprise to win the title out of the blues.
They are however out of fuel as they have given up their title chase, but are still in contention to finish top four this campaign.
Wolverhampton Wanderers and Sheffield United are the surprise package gunning for a place in top four, with the two sides sitting eighth and seventh respectively.
Arsenal's 3-2 victory at home against a spirited Everton saw them climb to ninth with 37 points as they are now seven points off the top four with just 11 matches to the end of the campaign.
Meanwhile, Watford, Norwich City, and West Ham, who still have a match to play are occupying the drop zone.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Leicester City vs Man City ended 1-0 in favour of the Citizens as they maintain the second spot on the league table.
Gabriel Jesus' 80th-minute winner was enough for the Manchester club to go back home with all three points.
The first half had several talking points as there were two penalty calls for the Foxes that was ignored by referee Paul Tierney.
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