Brighton and Hove Albion found themselves dropping into the second place seat in England Championship standings after being held by Brentford this past weekend.
Playing away from home, Brighton didn't have a good start in that tie as they were one goal down after just 15 minutes of play through Jota Peleteiro's effort.
The dynamic of English Premier League are fascinating indeed this season as within just few match days, things changed pretty drastically in the race for that top four seat.
Not long ago, Manchester City along with Man United were being tipped to be missing out in breaking through that Champions League spot.
Chelsea continuing their dominance in the English Premier League as this weekend, Antonio Conte's men picked up an impressive 3-1 win over one of their title rivals, Arsenal.
Keen on avenging their defeat in their first meeting this season, The Blues took the attacking initiative and got themselves in front through Marcos Alonso's effort after just 13 minutes of play.
Only being used as a substitute player during Manchester City's 4-0 win in the Premier League over West Ham United in midweek, many starting to think that Sergio Aguero's time at Etihad is heading for a bitter end.
Arsenal missed out on their chance to cut the gap with league leader Chelsea in midweek as Arsene Wenger's men suffered a shock 2-1 defeat over Watford.
That result was disappointing indeed, notably the way they were performing which received plenty criticism, including from Gunners' own keeper, Petr Cech.
Chelsea maintaining their table topping seat in the English Premier League despite being held into a 1-1 draw by Liverpool this midweek.
Both teams were gunning for three points, but eventually forced to settle for just one point as neither were able in grabbing that winning goal.
Controversial refereeing decisions have always been part of football for years, but recently there seems to be more heavy criticism towards poor officiating, notably those that eventually cost teams points.
Liverpool saw their FA Cup journey ended in the fourth round following a shock defeat over Wolverhampton Wanderers this weekend.
Straight from their League Cup exit, The Reds were keen on getting back on winning track as they host Wolves this weekend.
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Manchester United have steadily progressed under Jose Mourinho after a stuttering start to the season. Since their 4-0 defeat to Chelsea in October, they have gone 13 games undefeated and are on course to break into the top four.
Following their FA Cup victory, Manchester City are keen on getting all three points on their midweek Premier League clash against West Ham United.
Knowing that both teams are in dire needs of maximum points, this tie should be an interesting option for viewers along with betting lovers who are keen on placing their cash this midweek.
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