Following the incredible win against Watford on Saturday afternoon, Liverpool go top of the table as they displace Chelsea who were at the top now to second position. Jurgen Klopp's side managed to win by five goals to nil against the sloppy Watford as Roberto Firmino scored three goals with Salah and Sadio Mane also adding goals for the Reds.
Liverpool are currently position one with eighteen points, two points Infront of the Blues. However, Chelsea are set to square it off with Brentford on Saturday night as the Blues will be looking to cement their incredible run in the Premier League. Liverpool remain unbeaten in the Premier League as they continue with their good run.
Manchester City and Manchester United are third and fourth in the table respectively with fourteen points each. Meanwhile Watford remain at number fifteen with seven points after loosing to Liverpool. Burnley, Newcastle United and Norwich are currently in relegation zone. Burnley will be visiting Etihad to play against Man City while Newcastle will be squaring it off with Tottenham Hotspur.
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