Liverpool's focus this weekend is on the Carabao Cup Final, but Arsenal and Manchester City will all be looking to close the gap on the Reds at the top of the table.
Liverpool FC Fixtures and Results
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Liverpool produced an excellent display to win away at Brentford for the first time since 1938. Arsenal also won to keep up the pressure on the Reds, but City and Spurs drop points.
Liverpool, Manchester City, and Arsenal will all be looking to take control of the Title race, as the Premier League prepares for another weekend of action.
The Premier League delivered once again, with plenty of goals and late drama across all 10 matches this weekend.
Liverpool will be looking to bounce back from their disappointing defeat at Arsenal last Sunday, when they host Burnley at Anfield tomorrow. See which other games are taking place this weekend.
Liverpool suffered only their second league defeat of the season this weekend, beaten 3 - 1 at Arsenal. The result meant Manchester City closed the gap at the top, with their 3 - 1 victory over Brentford last night.
Liverpool taught Chelsea a lesson at Anfield, whilst Arsenal, Man City and Tottenham all won, to the pressure on the Reds at the top of the table.
Liverpool face another tough game this weekend, as they travel to the Emirates, to face fellow Title challengers Arsenal. Manchester City face Brentford the day after, at the Community Stadium.
The Premier League returns over the next few days, with a full programme of mid-week games on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Can Liverpool maintain their lead at the top of the table?
Liverpool produced a fantastic second half display on the south coast, scoring four goals, to dispatch a stubborn Bournemouth side and extend their lead at the top of the table.