The gap is down to one point, and it's been that close for four years in the Premier League.
Since 2018-19, Manchester City and Liverpoo l have each played 143 Premier League games – City have taken 335 points and Liverpool 334. That tells you we are watching two of the greatest teams ever put together in English football.
I'm going to stick with my prediction of City to win the title, because it will stay in their hands even if they only draw the potential decider at the Etihad on April 10. But it's a stunning statistic, especially when you consider Chelsea have taken 264 points over the same period and Manchester United 256 – a staggering 79 points fewer than City, roughly 20 points per season difference.
If you want to measure the power shift across Manchester, there's your killer stat.
As for the race to finish in the top four, maybe the spell has been broken for Arsenal after five consecutive wins, but let's be honest: It was Liverpool, and they beat just about everyone else.
Arsenal are still in the box seat to finish fourth and return to Champions League football. They have games in hand on all their rivals, although the rearranged north London derby at Tottenham could be pivotal. If the Gunners make it, that would be a decent start on the road to recovery for Mikel Arteta.
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West Ham's superb Europa League win against Sevilla was not just a fabulous result against multiple winners of the competition.
The atmosphere generated by 60,000 fans at the London Stadium was absolutely rocking, and it may be the night Hammers fans finally got Upton Park out of their system. It was another tribute to the incredible job manager David Moyes has done. And Andriy Yarmolenko's winner, after everything his compatriots have gone through in Ukraine, was a goal for all of football to celebrate.
As for Brendan Rodgers and Leicester I think he was only kidding when he said he had never even heard of the Europa League Conference after the Foxes dropped into it.
The way his team defended for their lives, under a late siege in Rennes, on Thursday night told me he is hellbent on winning it. And although there are some good teams left in the last eight, why shouldn't Leicester City be contenders to lift another trophy under Rodgers?