Watching Chelsea vs. Norwich: Live Stream, Kickoff Time, TV Channel, and Odds

There appears to be a lot of wailing, if that's not too harsh a term, because we're sitting here in February with no idea who the two, or three, final Premier League teams will be to compete for the Premier League Trophy.

A wild weekend of Premier League results did nothing to help the narrative, especially after Man City failed to capitalize on Arsenal's defeat at Sean Dyche's Toffee Shop.

Admit it — even you, Arsenal fans — saying without reservation that one team will be fighting for the Premier League title on the final day is extremely difficult this season, and this is likely due to a variety of factors.

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For starters, this is the first of February. It is the fifth time in the last six years that neither Manchester City nor Liverpool have topped the Premier League table.

Arsenal has not finished in the top five on a Premier League table at this point in a season since the 2016-17 season. That was also the last time City or Liverpool did not win the league.

So, yeah, it takes a leap of faith to say Arsenal's five-point lead with a game in hand is as secure as it would appear if City or Liverpool were here... and probably Chelsea, Man City, and even Spurs. This is uncharted territory. And it's exciting, which by definition is not comfortable, sound, or solid.

Here's how the Premier League table has looked at the end of February 5 since the 2015-16 season (remember, this is also "matches in hand" time of year for the last four seasons). and that there were usually many more matches played because the World Cup was not in November)

The Premier League table for February 5 of the previous 8 seasons

* indicates that teams have matches in hand during the season.

Leicester City (50 points), Manchester City (47), Tottenham Hotspur (45), Arsenal (45), Manchester United (40). Chelsea (59 points), Tottenham (50), Manchester City (49), Arsenal (47), Liverpool (46) Manchester City (69 points), Manchester United (56), Liverpool (51), Chelsea (50), and Tottenham (49) 2018-19: Liverpool (62 points), Manchester City (59), Tottenham Hotspur (57), Chelsea (50), Manchester United (48). *2019-20: Liverpool (73 points), Manchester City (51 points), Leicester (49 points), Chelsea (41) and Tottenham (37) *2020-21: Manchester City (47 points), Manchester United (44), Leicester (42), Liverpool (40), West Ham (38) *Man City (57 points), Liverpool (48), Chelsea (47), Manchester United (38), and West Ham (37) in 2021-22.

*2022-23: Arsenal (50 points), Manchester City (45), Manchester United (42), Newcastle (40), and Tottenham (39)

That is some viewing, isn't it? Only three times in the last eight seasons has the table had four teams within 10 points of first place at this point in the season, and we're one point away from having all five.

You'd have to back Arsenal to deliver the goods again; disregarding past results, the Gunners could be unleashing a new dynasty or even a ridiculous single season on the world. And they could lose to Manchester City twice and still have a game in hand to make up the difference.

However, as those two matches show, Arsenal has yet to face Man City in Premier League action. They'll also have to deal with the Europa League at some point (aren't these new knockout round play-offs enticing but also off-putting? )

Anyway, the point is that I want you to know that I understand if you're feeling thrown by the table this week. The truth is that there is still a lot of season left — roughly 3-4 matches fewer per team than usual — and the following is true:

  • Arsenal is still the favorite.
  • Arsenal has also continued to clear the runway for an in-form Manchester City.
  • Man City is not in good form.
  • Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, and even Newcastle have mathematical chances to enter the discussion if they win their games against Arsenal and Manchester City.

Soooooooo… What did the Premier League teach you this weekend? Because this is where our writers are living, as Joe Prince-Wright (JPW), Andy Edwards (AE), and Nicholas Mendola (NM) share their thoughts on the most recent Premier League games.

Week 22 of the Premier League taught us ten lessons.

1. Kane Spurs create havoc in Premier League title race on historic night (Spurs 1-0 Man City): Look, even with what we've posted above, this is still likely to be a three-team Premier League race. And, while I believe Manchester City has the best chance of resolving the situation given recent history, who knows what will happen to Pep Guardiola's clearly on-fire galaxy brain if City surges in the Champions League? let alone drops But I can also tell you that a City victory on Sunday, following Arsenal's failure at physical Everton on Saturday — brace yourself for more of the same. Gunners — I'd have thought that both Manchester clubs were the only hope that the title fight wasn't just a fight over which of the Gallagher brothers' Oasis songs was the best. But there's something special about Harry Kane, and Antonio Conte is the man in charge in London. With Newcastle only having to worry about one non-Premier League match for the rest of the summer, Spurs' win over Man City sounded a note of doom. Can you imagine Arsenal not falling completely apart but instead going through a naive period? Can you imagine a scenario in which Christian Eriksen's injury and Casemiro's red card force United out of the title fight? And do you think Man City's season will be marred by more boredom than a Morrissey B-side, or, worse, Belgium's World Cup campaign? This Premier League season, anything is possible. (NM)

2. Casemiro's nimble hands put three points in an uneasy place (Man Utd 2-1 Crystal Palace): The Red Devils had plenty of scoring chances (14 shots, with an xG total of 2). 04), and Marcus Rashford eventually scored in the 62nd minute, giving him 11 goals in 13 games. These figures are in addition to four assists in all competitions since returning from the 2022 World Cup. At that point, it appeared that Palace would go quietly into the night and accept defeat humbly, until Casemiro was sent off in the 70th minute for wrapping both hands around Will Hughes' neck. United was tenacious and had to be. Cheick Doucoure volleyed from the edge of the penalty area and Jeffrey Schlupp redirected the initial effort on target and past David de Gea to set up a tense final 15 minutes and nine nearly never-ending minutes. minutes of idle time Man United, on the other hand, will wake up on Monday wondering why they can't be the in-form team that runs up the table. (AE)

3. Everton does best Burnley impersonation, bullies leaders Arsenal (Everton 1-0 Arsenal): Everton looked well-organized, had a clear plan, and their players believed in what they were doing from the first whistle. Sean Dyche's new manager bounce was incredible, but it isn't just a bounce. It's because he's an excellent manager who did an outstanding job at Burnley. Dwight McNeil and Alex Iwobi provided energy and quality from wide areas, while Dominic Calvert-Lewin was the focal point up top. Midfielders Abdoulaye Doucoure, Amadou Onana, and Idrissa Gana Gueye will be excellent, and the solid back four will never look out of place. This was exactly what we would expect from a Dyche side, and if Everton switched to claret kit colors, it would be like watching one of his peak Burnley teams. Arsenal was bullied throughout, struggled to find their rhythm, and had no answer for Everton's energy. Can Dyche maintain that level of effort and organization on a weekly basis? It is clear that the Toffees have the players to drag themselves out of the relegation zone, and it is also clear that they have a manager capable of leading them up the table. Dyche's move to Everton seemed like a perfect fit about five years ago, and it has started exactly as he had hoped. (JPW)

4. Lopetegui's Wolves feast on injured Reds as top-four hopes are snuffed out (Wolves 3-0 Liverpool): Injuries definitely start the story of this one, a 3-0 that was much closer on the xG scoreboard but just as divided in spirit. Jurgen Klopp's former mentality monsters appeared mentally defeated, particularly in front of either goal, as the manager exclaimed after the game — full comments below — that the club was lined up as directed but was "passive, not active." " Wolves, on the other hand, were very active, and Klopp would have wondered what might have been when Neves scored the third goal by darting between a collection of lined-up Liverpool backs to snap home the end product of Adama Traore's robust work breaking the lines and conducting a trademark dribble." Darwin Nunez is snakebit in front of goal for the Reds, and Cody Gakpo may get there. At the moment, Liverpool's entire attack appears to be, "Let's hope Mo Salah cooks today." "Not so good, Al." (NM)

5. Anthony Gordon looks uncaged in Newcastle debut (1-1 West Ham): We knew Anthony Gordon was fast, worked hard, and had promise, but the blonde-topped pest who is Newcastle's new $45 million man was flat-out electric in his first match for Newcastle. He could have easily had one assist off the bench today, and two was reasonable. Because he had just moved up north, his introduction to the game piqued the interest of the second half, but you know what? He delivered in every way imaginable except one: a goal. I thought his price tag was ridiculous and the asking price was ridiculous, but I'd be thrilled to be proven wrong, and the preliminary results are excellent. Maybe Gordon was held back at Everton this year, or maybe he just caught the vapors of an SJP debut. In any case, it looks good for Newcastle, who won't be satisfied with a point against West Ham but should be: the Irons are much better than their season's results suggest. (NM)

6. Enzo Fernandez impresses but rest of Chelsea… not-so-much – (Chelsea 0-0 Fulham): Chelsea’s spending spree saw the Blues sign eight new players to swell Graham Potter’s first-team squad to 30 players, including Enzo Fernandez, who arrived in west London as the most expensive signing in British football history ($129 million) on Tuesday The Argentine midfielder wasted no time in making his Premier League debut, looking a cut above everyone else on the field despite having little time to train with his new club. And, pardon the dark humour, but his teammates must have missed the memo about breaking the transfer record; $360 million later, Chelsea were able to secure a point in a 0-0 draw with European hopefuls Fulham at Stamford Bridge. (AE)

7. Leicester wins thriller at Villa, but the result is more important (Aston Villa 2-4 Leicester): Leicester overcame not one, but two deficits to end a five-game winless streak and secure a 4-2 victory over Aston Villa at Villa Park on Saturday. Leicester (21 points), who had previously taken just one point out of a possible 15, are now 13th in the Premier League table, three points clear of the relegation zone. Eight teams, including those currently below them, are within three points of 18th-place Everton. Aston Villa (28 points) is not among them, but they remain 11th after the loss. (AE)

8. Gritty Nottingham Forest beats disjointed Leeds (Nottingham Forest 1-0 Leeds): Nottingham Forest did not play well, but they did what they had to do because they are so solid defensively; Steve Cooper's men have a clear plan and are doing the basics so well. With Brennan Johnson in such form, as well as other attacking threats, Forest look set to comfortably retain their Premier League status.

Meanwhile, Jesse Marsch and Leeds appear to be disjointed as they continue to integrate new signings and return players to full fitness. They appeared to be a team lacking confidence, and with no wins in their last seven games, the pressure is mounting on Marsch. It appears that they only need one lucky break to get back on track and regain their early-season form. Leeds fans, on the other hand, are dissatisfied, and a bad week with two games against in-form Manchester United could force the owners to make a change. (JPW)

9. Savvy Bees exploit Saints' flaws (Brentford 3-0 Southampton): Brentford excels at whipping in crosses and winning aerial duels. Southampton, like Dracula, despises crosses. Before the game, this did not appear to be a favorable matchup for the Saints, and it proved to be so. Southampton's jumbled defense gave them too much time to pick out crosses and then switch off to defend the players arriving to score, and Thomas Frank's side were ruthless when their chances arrived. Southampton made simple mistakes, which is why they are at the bottom of the league. Brentford is pushing for European qualification because of these crosses and the chaos they cause before, during, and after the ball comes in. This was a routine win for the hosts, who have suffered six defeats in their first seven Premier League games under Nathan Jones. Saints aren't at the bottom yet, but Jones' situation is becoming increasingly precarious as new players arrive, but there has been no real improvement for Saints since Ralph Hasenhuttl was fired in November. (JPW)

10. Bournemouth shows promise, but Brighton has more class (Brighton 1-0 AFC Bournemouth): Kaoru Mitoma looks at ease in the Premier League, and who needs a 20-yard banger or intra-box juggle-and-fire every week? Mitoma showed up with a late header for his show-stopper this time. But Bournemouth can and should be optimistic now that new owner Bill Foley has sanctioned moves for some much-needed flair players. One of them, Dango Ouattara, appears to be extremely dangerous, while Ivorian attacker Hamed Traore and Ghanaian striker Antoine Semenyo are viable replacements for Kieffer Moore and the injured Dominic Solanke. When the Cherries reclaim Marcus Tavernier, the puzzle will be much closer to completion. The number of missing pieces will determine whether Bournemouth keeps its puncher's chance of staying up. (NM)

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