After slipping to a 2-1 home defeat to Watford, Gunners title hopes are slipping further. Early in the game, in space of just three minutes, Watford did the damage at the Emirates. Kaboul in the 10th minute opened the scoring and brought visitors into a lead while Deeney three minutes later shocked Arsenal, by scoring and lifting the score to 2-0.

Wenger’s men as usually had a ball possesion and more chances but they’ve failed to convert the same into something more and to pull a comeback. Only Iwobi in the 58th managed to reduce the score but until the end of the game, nothing changed.

The four game winning-run of Chelsea ended at Anfield as the Reds thanks to Mignolet’s penalty save snatched a point against the league toppers. David Luiz in the 24th minute from a freekick scored an opener and gave the Blues a lead. The same result remained until 57th minute when Wijnaldum with a header scored an equalizer. Diego Costa in the 76th from a penalty shot had a chance to give his side all three points but the Belgium international goalkeeper, Mignolet, saved his shot, and considering that no goals were scored until the end, sealed a 1-1 draw at Anfield.

Chelsea remain the first placed team, having big 9 points towards the second and third placed London sides, Tottenham and Arsenal, while Liverpool sit on the fourth with 10 points less.

Tottenham Hotspur played a goalless draw at Sunderland, Burnley with 1-0 was better than the reigning Champion, Leicester City, Middlesbrough at home played a 1-1 draw against WBA, while the Swans celebrated at home with 2-1 against Southampton. Sigurdsson in the 70th minute scored a winner for the Swans.

On Wednesday, West Ham United will host Pep Guardiola’s Man City, Hull City will try to take some points from the Old Trafford, while Stoke City play at home against Everton.

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