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This Premier League season has been a test of endurance for Manchester United. It is statistically their worst Premier League ever. With top rivals vying neck and neck for supremacy, this season’s title race has been especially brutal to watch, as Manchester United faces an uphill battle to stay afloat. The title race is unfolding agonizingly, and this season is shaping up to go all the way until the last day.


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Performance Analysis

In what has been another humiliating week as a Red, I’m putting my neutral hat on to look at the last few games, which is a welcome distraction. By neutral, I mean to pick holes in where it can all go wrong for Liverpool, Manchester City, and Arsenal in the English Premier League.


Starting with Liverpool, with a little helping hand from Manchester United by knocking them out of the FA Cup, their season is all but over. Jurgen Klopp’s shock announcement that he is set to leave the club at the end of May appears to have been the catalyst for the derailing of another title win as a departing gift for their adored head coach. 

Unless Manchester City drops points (highly unlikely), Liverpool will finish exactly where they currently reside in the 3rd spot and walk away with automatic Champions League qualification. I wonder how that is going to go without Klopp next season. Horribly, hopefully.


With 36 games played, Arsenal leads the race for the Premier League title following their convincing 3-0 victory against Bournemouth last weekend. However, Manchester City’s possession of a crucial game in hand keeps the competition wide open.

On the other hand, even if City does win that game, the title would still go down to the final day of the season. Providing that Arsenal can get something from this Sunday’s trip to Old Trafford against a dreadful Manchester United. We are so bad that I am sure Erik Ten Hag will call me soon, to ask if I can come in and finish the defense work.

Manchester City

Separated by a mere point, Arsenal and Manchester City are locked in a fierce battle. Under Mikel Arteta’s leadership, Arsenal seeks their first league title in over two decades and aims to avenge last season’s dramatic loss to Pep Guardiola’s formidable City squad.

City is relying on Arsenal dropping points at 13th-placed Fulham this weekend to keep the race alive. However, Fulham’s recent goalless draw with local rivals Brentford could either provide the fire in their belly needed to beat Arsenal, or it could go in the other direction if their confidence has dropped. 

I want to see Arsenal lift the trophy in a couple of weeks. I cannot live in Manchester and watch City lift the Premier League trophy for a record-breaking fourth time in a row.

In Retrospect

While analyzing the performances of Liverpool, Manchester City, and Arsenal provides a temporary distraction, the fear of City’s impending dominance of the EPL (English Premier League) lingers for another week. United’s journey is fraught with obstacles, leaving fans on the edge of their seats as they hope for a miraculous turnaround.

I better start house hunting.


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