Premier League Table and Review After Today’s Matches as Arsenal and Liverpool hand Man City the advantage

Arsenal’s dreams of claiming the Premier League title have taken a huge blow following a 2-0 defeat against Aston Villa.

The loss not only dented their aspirations but also propelled Manchester City to a two-point lead with just six games remaining in the season.

The match started with Arsenal displaying dominance, particularly in the first half, although they failed to convert their control into clear scoring opportunities.

Villa, on the other hand, showed resilience, with Ollie Watkins coming close to breaking the deadlock by hitting the post early on.

As the game progressed into the second half, Villa seized control, leaving Arsenal struggling to find their rhythm.

The breakthrough for Villa arrived late in the game, with Leon Bailey netting in the 84th minute followed swiftly by Ollie Watkins three minutes later, sealing Arsenal’s fate.

Eze scored the only goal to help Palace beat Liverpool 1-0 at Anfield and put a massive dent in the Reds’ Premier League title hopes.

Klopp’s men lost 3-0 to Atalanta in the Europa League at Anfield earlier in the week and showed similar signs of struggle in the first half, with the Eagles creating an xG of 1.25.

Eze broke the deadlock inside 14 minutes, turning Mitchell’s cutback past Alisson before Mateta was denied by Robertson, who cleared his effort off the line.

Liverpool pushed for a leveller and created an xG of 2.08 in the second half but couldn’t score.

Nunez’s effort from close range was saved by Henderson before Jota’s goal-bound effort was blocked by Clyne.

Mateta then went close to doubling Palace’s lead, but his shot was pushed over by Alisson.Jones had a huge opportunity moments later to get Liverpool back in the contest. However, he curled his one-on-one effort wide of the right post.

The loss for Liverpool means they remain in third position, two points behind league leaders City.

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