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Ahead Of Arsenal Vs Liverpool And Chelsea vs West Brom, See How The Premier League Table Looks Like

After a full 2 weeks break, the Premier league will fully resume this weekend. Thomas Tuchel, Pep Guardiola, Mikel Arteta, Jurgen Klopp and Ole Gunner Solskjaer will be gearing up their sqaud ahead of the crucial ties this weekend. Ahead of a tricky test at West Brom, Thomas Tuchel and his confident blues will be hoping to get all 3 points from the tie. West Brom have not been having the best of times since their return to the England top flight and their form has been quite shaky. A game against Chelsea will be a difficult one for them and going by paper, it's certainly looking like another lose for West Brom.

Over at Arsenal, the Gunners had to dig deep last time around to overturn a 3-0 first half loss against David Moyes West Ham. The Hammers had taken a 3-0 lead before halftime 2 weeks ago but the Gunners worked their way back to level up the game. Now with Liverpool on the horizon, Mikel Arteta will hope his side start strong at the Emirates stadium. A win might not mean the tide has turned around for Arsenal, but it will go a long way in their pursuit of European football next season.

Coming to Old Trafford, Ole Gunner Solskjaer will be preparing his troops for the visit of Brighton and Hoves Albion. The Red devils will be hoping to bounce back quickly from the surprising loss to Leicester City last weekend in the FA cup. On paper, United are favourites but as we all know, things can get pretty ugly real quick in the Premier league.

City as usual are favourites to take all 3 points this weekend. Though Pep Guardiola will be keeping an eye on next week's champions league quarter finals game against Borrusia Dortmund. With all this being said, see how the Premier league table looks like ahead of this weekend's round of fixtures....

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