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Premier League Table: Arsenal Cement Grip at the Top as Man City, United Stumble
- Arsenal, Liverpool, and Burnley were among the biggest gainers of match week 14
- The Gunners saw off Wolves to cement their lead at the top of the standings
- Manchester City's draw with Tottenham saw them drop to third with 30 points
Arsenal have cemented their lead at the top of the Premier League standings following the latest round of fixtures.
The Gunners sneaked to the summit of the table last weekend at the expense of Liverpool and Manchester City after their slim victory over Brentford.
At the time, Mikel Arteta's men led by just a point, with City and Liverpool trailing them.
However, they have since stretched their lead to two points, thanks to City's recent slip-up.
Arsenal, who beat Wolves 2-1 at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday, are topping the standings with 33 points, two points ahead of second-placed Liverpool, who stunned Fulham 4-3 at Anfield.
City's 3-3 epic draw with Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday evening saw them drop to third with 30 points, per Sky Sports, with Aston Villa still fourth with 29 points despite their 2-2 draw with Bournemouth at Vitality Stadium.
Spurs remain fifth with 27 points, two off the Champions League spots.
United's woes deepen, Burnley win big
Elsewhere, Manchester United dropped to seventh over the weekend following their 1-0 humbling at Newcastle, with Anthony Gordon scoring the only goal of the match, as reported by Goal.
United were hoping to return to winning ways during their trip to St. James Park on Saturday evening, having drawn 3-3 earlier on in the week in the Champions League with Galatasaray.
Chelsea, meanwhile, are placed 10th in the log with 19 points following their 3-2 nervy win over Brighton at Stamford Bridge.
Everton, Burnley, and Sheffield United remain the three sides still in the relegation zone after match week 14.
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Burnley secured only their second win of the season against the Blades on Saturday at Turf Moor, hammering the visitors 5-0 to revive their survival hopes.
On their part, Everton stunned Nottingham Forest 1-0 at the City Ground on Saturday.
Guardiola name-drops Arteta after game
Sports Brief also reported how Pep Guardiola referenced Mikel Arteta while commenting on the controversial refereeing decision.
Speaking to Sky Sports after the game, he refused to be drawn into any controversy as he declined to criticise Hooper over his call.