- Arsenal, Newcastle, and Man United were among the biggest gainers after the latest round of EPL matches
- The Gunners edged Wolves on Saturday, November 12, to open a five-point lead over second-placed Man City, who were humbled 2-1 against Brentford
- Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspur complete the top four slots, with the former sneaking into third after their 1-0 impressive win over Chelsea
The last round of Premier League fixtures have been played before the 2022 World Cup officially kicks off in Qatar.
Manchester United and Aston Villa are among the teams that played the final round of matches of the English top-flight on Sunday, November 13.
While Arsenal will be heading into the break the happier side, reigning champions Man City will have a lot to ponder over during the period.
The Gunners are currently enjoying a five-point lead at the top of the charts after City's latest slip-up.
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Pep Guardiola's charges suffered a 2-1 shock loss to Brentford on Saturday, November 12, to suffer a massive blow in their hopes of defending the EPL title successfully.
The defeat left them in second place with 32 points as Arsenal took full advantage of their slip-up to see off Wolves to open a five-point lead at the top.
Elsewhere, Newcastle United continued their impressive run against Chelsea, securing a 1-0 win over the Blues at home to climb to third on the log with 30 points.
Tottenham Hotspur complete the top four slots with 29 points, three points above fifth-placed Man United, who sunk a stubborn Fulham side on Sunday, November 13, at Craven Cottage.
Nottingham Forest, Southampton, and Wolves are the three sides occupying the relegation spots, with the latter sitting bottom after the defeat to the Gunners.