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4 things we learned from the latest Premier League gameweek

The latest Premier League gameweek draws to a close on Monday, February 13th.

There were a number of high-profile matches that played out over this past weekend.

We also saw some interesting relegation scraps and the battle for 4th-place heat up.

Here are four things we learned from the latest Premier League gameweek.

The title race is wide open

A few weeks ago it looked to be Arsenal’s Premier League title to lose. The Gunners had amassed 50 points in half a season and were on course to match the record for most points in a single campaign (100).

However, Arsenal have now lost one and drawn two of their previous five league outings. As a result, if Manchester City beat the Gunners on Wednesday, they will go top of the table – though Arsenal still have a game in hand.

Average Manchester City are still deadly

Speaking of Manchester City, they picked up a comfortable 3-1 win over Aston Villa on Sunday afternoon.

Spurs do a Spurs

Just when it looked as though Tottenham were going to revive their campaign with a huge win over Manchester City, it all fell apart a week later.

Tottenham were smashed 4-1 by a struggling Leicester side at the weekend and it looks as though fans of the Lilywhites are in for another season of mediocrity.

Newcastle will not get top-four

Newcastle remain 4th in the Premier League but it is clear they will not secure Champions League football this season.

The spark is beginning to fade after a superb first half of 2022/23. The Magpies have now won just one of their last six league outings, drawing the remaining five games. Newcastle do not have the squad to compete for a top-four place and it is only a matter of time before they slip out of the top-four.

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Josh Barker

Middlesbrough fan from the North East of England. @JoshBarker979 on Twitter.

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