Lets take a look at how the English Premier league table looks like after yesterday's games
Burnley vs Manchester city
Burnley were unable to spring up a surprise when they hosted Manchester city at the Turf Moor staduim on Wednesday.
Pep Guardiola's side ran out easy 2-0 winners thanks to goals from Gabriel Jesus and Raheem Sterling as the Citizens maintained their four point lead at the top of the table.
Fulham vs Leicester city
Leicester city returned to winning ways when they traveled to Craven Cottage in a crucial league game against Fulham.
The away side who lost to leeds united last time out made sure there will be no repeat of such in this game as first half strikes from Kelechi Iheanacho and Justin sealed the win for Brendan Rodgers side.
Leeds united vs Everton
Everton also secured a 2-1 win over premier newcomers Leeds united who have blown hot and cold this season.
Carlo Ancellotti's men led at the break thanks to a well taken goal from Giylf Sigurdsson. Dominic Calvet-lewin broke his two months goal drought in the league in the second half as Carlo Ancellotti's men moved above Chelsea and Tottenham on the premier league table.
Aston Villa vs West Ham united
West ham united handed a surprise defeat to Aston Villa at the Villa Park on Wednesday evening.
David Moyes side took the lead in the game through Soucek before a brace from on-loan Manchester united winger Jesse lingard sealed a vital victory for the hammers.
Liverpool vs Brighton
Liverpool lost their second home game in a row to Brighton when both teams met at the Anfield staduim yesterday.
The reds were looking to find a third consecutive league win, but were unable to navigate their way past Brighton who have now defeated Tottenham and Liverpool in the space of four days as Graham Potters men moved well clear of the relegation zone. Liverpool on the other hand lost more ground in the title race following back to back home defeats.
Here's how the Premier league table looks like after yesterday's games
Both Manchester clubs (City and United) are currently the top two teams on the league table with Leicester city the closest side to both teams on 3rd place.
Liverpool drop to 4th position following their shocking loss to Brighton with West ham united moving within just two points of the defending champions.
Everton also climb up to 6th place at the expense of London clubs Tottenham and Chelsea who drop to 7th and 8th position respectively. Aston Villa remain in 9th place despite their loss to West ham united while Arsenal are the 10th team in the top half of the table.
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