The 2021/2022 English premier league season is gradually coming alive, as the top contenders for the title are now proving their worth.
Game week six saw a couple of big teams drop crucial points to open a gap at the top of the premier league log.
As it stands, Liverpool currently occupy the top of the log with 14 points after six games, closely followed by Manchester City, Chelsea and Manchester United all on 13 points in 2nd, 3rd and fourth positions respectively.
However the league table could change come Monday, should Graham Potter's team secure an away win against Crystal Palace, as it could see them top the premier league standings after game week 6.
Brighton are currently in 6th position on 12 points, after picking up an impressive 4 wins, and a defeat after their first five games in the league this season.
A win against Crystal Palace will put them on 15 points after 6 games, which will be one point more than current table toppers Liverpool who are on 14 points.
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