Premier League table looks pretty much unchanged after match-day 18 fixtures with Liverpool, Leicester City, and Manchester City retaining the top three spots.
Although, the Reds had their clash with West Ham United postponed due to their FIFA Club World Cup engagement in Qatar over the weekend.
However, the Merseyside outfits are ten points better than the Foxes, who failed to reduce the gap between them following their 3-1 defeat to the Citizens at the Etihad Stadium.
Chelsea continued to push for a top-four finish at the end of the season following their 2-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur after their visit to the north London side.
Two goals from Brazilian superstar Willian were all the Blues needed to hand their former boss Jose Mourinho another defeat to ex-club after 2-1 loss to Manchester United earlier this month.
The west London club completed the top four teams on the table with 32 points from 18 matches - although, Frank Lampard's armies were sloppy in their last six games.
They have just two wins in their last six Premier League outings - and they are six points behind the third-place team, Man City.
If the 2019-20 season ends now, newly promoted side Sheffield United would have qualified for the Europa League as they currently rank fifth on the table.
The Blades have been too sharp lately winning their last three English topflight games - thereby displacing Wolverhampton Wanderers to keep the position.
Tottenham Hotspur are seventh, Man United are eighth and Arsenal who drew with Everton over the weekend are eleventh on the log.
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Meanwhile, Aston Villa, Norwich City, and Watford might not survive relegation if they maintain their sloppy performances in the second half of the season.
They are 18th, 19th and 20th in that order and unless they turn the table around, they might be playing in the Championship next campaign.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Tottenham vs Chelsea ended 2-0 in favour of Frank Lampard's side as they maintain fourth spot on the Premier League table.
Willian scored a brilliant first-half goal and netted the second from a penalty to earn all three points for his side.
The Blues settled into the game quickly as they controlled most part of the first half and in the 12th minute, they were rewarded for their hard work.
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