The Premier League table still has Liverpool as number one the charts after match week 28 despite tasting first defeat of the season in the hands of Watford.

The high-flying Reds who look set to win the title had only dropped points once during a 1-1 draw back in October 2019 prior to their 3-0 embarrassing loss to relegation-threatened Watford on Saturday, February 29.

The Jurgen Klopp-tutored side are leading with 79 points, 22 more than second-placed Man City who still have a match to play.

Chelsea’s 2-2 draw at Bournemouth has the top four race wide open, with up to six teams plotting to seal a Champions League place.

The teams include fifth-placed Man United who have just three points separating them and Chelsea following their 1-1 hard-fought draw at Everton.

Arsenal remain 10th on the standings with 37 points, but have a chance to move higher should they get a favourable result against West Ham United on Saturday, March 7.

Out-of-form Leicester City, who were stunned 1-0 against struggling Norwich complete the top three podium with 50 points.

Tottenham’s 3-2 embarrassing defeat in the hands of Wolves saw them slip to seventh with 40 points as the Molineux-based side leapfrogged Mourinho’s men to sixth.

Meanwhile, Bournemouth, Aston Villa and Norwich are occupying the drop zone with just 10 matches left to end the season.