Man City Inching Closer to Top Four Finish, Arsenal Not Done Yet
Manchester City are getting closer in clinching next season Champions League spot as they now sitting third in current English Premier League standings.
Man City and Tottenham Continue Winning Run
The battle for runners up spot in English Premier League continue to heat up as current two main rivals, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City won their latest league fixtures.
Manchester City didn't take long to get themselves back on winning ways as Pep Guardiola's men picked up all three points on Monday after beating Burnley 2-1.
Despite having to play most of the game with only 10 men as Fernandinho got himself sent off on 32 minutes, City still earned all three points with goals from Gael Clichy and Sergio Aguero, both scored after the break.
The chase for Premier League title continue to heat up as top three teams, Chelsea, Liverpool along with Manchester City all picked up three points on their weekend fixtures.
League leader, Chelsea keeping their winning run after defeating Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 at Stamford Bridge, a result which also ended Spurs' unbeaten record in Premier League.
Arsenal will be facing another tricky test against Sunderland this weekend in the third round of FA Cup, a tournament Arsene Wenger's men have been dominating in recent years.
Already beating the same opponent last weekend on their Premier League fixture, Wenger is confident that Gunners will repeat their victory and get themselves into the next round.
Liverpool ending their 2015 in a positive fashion after grabbing an important 1-0 victory over struggling Sunderland side.
That result puts them on 30 points, which is only six points shy of third place seat, Manchester City and nine points from top two sides, Arsenal along with Leicester City.
Following their weekend fixture over Leicester City, Liverpool are determined in keeping their winning run going this midweek as they face struggling Sunderland.
Although their opponent are not in the best situation right now, The Reds' boss, Jurgen Klopp, warned his players that they must not take things lightly.
Following earlier reports, former Dutch head coach, Guus Hiddink has officially been confirmed as temporary boss for Premier League side Chelsea.
The Blues have recently sacked Jose Mourinho and after grabbing a home win in their latest league fixture against Sunderland, Chelsea announced that Hiddink will take over until next summer.
Sunderland successfully reached their target of staying in English Premier League for next season after grabbing an important win over Everton this past weekend.
That result brought plenty of joy for The Black Cats' boss, Dick Advocaat, who cherished that result as it was not an easy win knowing that they didn't actually play that well.
Arsenal continuing their positive run of result after their midweek Champions League glory as this weekend they defeated struggling Sunderland side.
Coming off a positive result in Europe, Gunners looking quite confident on their away fixture against the Black Cats.
Southampton keeping their fine start of this season going after picking up an excellent home win over Sunderland.
Ronald Koeman's men were looking determined on that weekend tie as they already grabbed a comfortable 3-0 lead during first 45 minutes.