Manchester United have failed to keep up with Premier League learders pressure since topping the table in January as they dropped 14 points below Manchester City who currently lead the summit with less than 9 fixtures remaining. Manchester United have registered 9 unnecessary draws in the Premier League to drop vital points compare to Manchester City who have drawn just 5 games & lost only 3 times the whole season.
Manchester United are currently 2nd in the Premier League with 57 points & will host Brighton when the action returns next month while Manchester City who lead the summit with 71 points will visit 3rd placed Leceister City who have 56 points at Kingpower Stadium. Chelsea are 4th in the table with 51 points & will host 19th placed Westbrom at Stamford Bridge when the Premier League action resumes next month as 5th placed London rivals Westham United visit 13th placed Wolves.
The Premier League table is likely to change completely before April ends more so in the regation battle as 18th plqced Fulham take on 10th Astonvilla after the international break while 17th Newcastle United host 6th positioned Tottenham Hotspurs. Everton will be looking forward to break into top 5 when they take on Crystal Palace while 7th placed Mersey-side rivals Liverpool take on 9th placed Arsenal at Emirates Stadium. Leeds United take on Sheffield United while 14th positioned Southampton host 15th placed Burnley at St Marys Stadium. Kane of Tottenham & Salah of Liverpool are the current Premier League topscorers with 17 goals while Bruno Fernandes of Manchester United is 3rd with 16 Premier League goals.
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