Premier League team managers, football fans, club owners, and even players are in for a nerve-shredding last third of the season.

Norwich City’s 0-0 draw at Newcastle United made them lose five points and stay at the bottom. Above them resembles a rotating relegation door.

West Ham United have won 2-0 and 3-1 against Brighton & Hove Albion, and finally, they ended up drawing 3-3. Accordingly, they took third place from the bottom and left Brighton on the 15th spot.

Watford managed to blow a 2-0 lead at home to Everton, losing 3-2 to stall their revival and leave them on second place from the bottom.

A couple of weeks ago, Bournemouth, claimed the second successive victory as they beat Aston Villa despite playing almost half of the game with ten players.

To sum up, we see that only three points separate 19th-placed Watford (23 points) and 15th-placed Brighton (26). Even the teams taking more safe places, including Crystal Palace (30 points), Southampton (31 points), Newcastle United (31 points), and Burnley (31 points), are not satisfied with their results yet. They will have to make more effort to take better positions.

Everyone stays in for a nerve-shredding last third of Premer League season.

 

LIVERPOOL brushing other teams aside

 

In this season, Liverpool have proved that, even when not playing, they are just brushing teams aside.

Southampton worthly resisted Klopp’s team in Saturday’s clash at Anfield. Yet, they lost 4-0. Noteworthy, that Salah’s late double put a gloss on the scoreline.

Liverpool now have 100 from 102 available points. With a 22-point advantage over Manchester City, they have now guaranteed a first-Title for 30 years.

They have other records to breakthrough as well. They have achieved City’s 20 consecutive Premier League home victories and equaled Nottingham Forest’s 42 unbeaten matches in a row set in 1977-78.

SPURS must be proud of Lloris’ impressive saves

 

Lloris was excellent for Spurs in Sunday’s 2-0 win against Manchester City. He made such impressive saves from Aguero and kept out Gundogan’s penalty. He looks renovated and prompt, fortunately for Tottenham Hotspurs.