- There were no major changes on the EPL table after match-week 29, with the top six slots remaining unchanged
- Man United had to rely on a Craig Dawson own goal to down a stubborn West Ham side to regain their place in second
- However, they are still trailing City by a massive 14 points, with Pep Guardiola's men looking set to cart home the title
- Tottenham missed out on a chance to close in on Chelsea in fourth after their derby defeat at Arsenal, and now face the prospect of dropping further down
Man City are enjoying a comfortable lead atop the Premier League standings as the 2020/21 campaign enters its homestretch.
City, who have played a game more currently have a 14-point advantage in the title race over rivals Man United who are their closest challengers.
Mourinho makes stunning statement after Tottenham's defeat to Arsenal during epic North London derby
The Pep Guardiola-tutored side have recorded two wins on the bounce since their Manchester Derby defeat, with their latest coming against relegation battlers Fulham on Saturday, March 13.
Goals from John Stones, Gabriel Jesus and Sergio Aguero handed the Citizens a crucial win as they look to lay their hands on the domestic crown.
United remain second on the log with 57 points, with their slim 1-0 win over a stubborn West Ham side on Sunday night, March 14, helping them regain the spot.
The Red Devils had momentarily dropped to third earlier in the day after Leicester hammered relegation-bound Sheffield United 5-0 to cement their place in the top four.
Chelsea complete the top four slots on the log with 51 points, having picked a precious point against Leeds United in their own fixture that ended in a barren draw.
However, the Blues won't sit pretty as they understand much still needs to be done, with just eight points separating them in fourth and eigth-placed Liverpool.
West Ham's defeat at Old Trafford saw them miss out on a glorious chance to go level on points with Chelsea, with the loss leaving them in fifth with 48 points.
Everton are sixth with 46 points, a point above Tottenham Hotspur who lost 2-1 to Arsenal in the north London derby.
A goal each from Martin Odegaard and Alexander Lacazette condemned Mourinho's men to a comprehensive defeat at the Emirates, with Erik Lamela's precious rabona ending up as a mere consolation.
However for the Gunners, they still remain 10th on the standings with 41 points despite the hard-fought win as they chase the elusive European football spot.
In the relegation battle, Fulham's hopes of surviving the drop were dented by Man City, with their home defeat against the league favourites leaving them two points off safety.
West Bromwich Albion and Sheffield United all look set to be relegated after failing to make a good account of themselves during match-week 29.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that star Kelechi Iheanacho grabbed his first Premier League hat-trick on Sunday, March 14, helping Leicester City defeat Sheffield United 5-0.
Leicester took full advantage of both Chelsea and Everton’s slip this weekend and of a team bereft of, well, anything.
Sheffield were very poor, and looked shellshocked by the sacking of manager Chris Wilder 24 hours earlier.