- Manchester City remain top on the charts with a 14-point advantage over second-placed United
- Premier League table see Chelsea, Arsenal and Spurs all drop points during match-week 30
- The Gunners were stunned 3-0 by Liverpool, with Chelsea suffering a 5-2 loss vs West Brom
Man United have all but confirmed a top four finish this season, thanks to their 2-1 hard-fought win over Brighton on Sunday, April 4, at Old Trafford.
United had to spring a comeback during the second half of the thrilling clash to sink a stubborn Brighton side who scored earlier in the first half.
Mason Greenwood should have handed the hosts the lead inside eight minutes of game play, but saw his low shot smack off the post.
Danny Welbeck went on to hand the Seagulls the lead in the 13th minute, before Marcus Rashford drew one back for the Red Devils in the second half.
Greenwood planted home the winner with just seven minutes left to end the match as the Old Trafford-based side stormed to victory at home.
The win was enough to cement their place in second with 60 points, four above Leicester who faltered against Man City.
City, who are currently topping the charts swept aside the Foxes at the King Power Stadium on Saturday, April 3, with Benjamin Mendy and Gabriel Jesus scoring the two all-important goals.
The win now has City enjoying a 14-point advantage at the top, and look set to cart home the domestic title this season.
Despite their weekend defeat, Leicester remain third on the log, five points above Chelsea who suffered their first loss under Thomas Tuchel in the hands of West Bromwich Albion.
Tottenham Hotspur had a chance to leapfrog the Blues to fourth, but faltered against Newcastle United after they settled for a 2-2 draw at St. James Park.
The stalemate left them occupying fifth place with 49 points, on level with sixth-placed Liverpool who dispatched Arsenal at the Emirates.
Diogo Jota netted a brace during the tie, with Mohamed Salah also getting his name on the scoresheet to inspire the Reds to a comfortable win.
The Gunners' defeat has them rocked in 10th with 42 points and are in danger of missing out on European football next season.
Fulham, West Brom and Sheffield United remain the three sides fighting relegation in the drop zone following their torrid run of form through the campaign.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that with Lionel Messi’s contract ending at the end of the season, reports claim Premier League club Manchester City may no longer be interested in the star.
Spanish outlet Sport had reported that the Citizens are already looking elsewhere instead of making a move for the six-time Ballon d’Or winner.
Brazilian legend Rivaldo claims City are only bluffing that they are no longer interested - saying the opposite could actually be the case.