An updated look at the Premier League table as title race is on

Liverpool and Manchester City shared the spoils on Sunday in a tense draw.

The Badges of the Top Four Teams in the Premier League
The Badges of the Top Four Teams in the Premier League / Visionhaus/GettyImages

It was a weekend of change in the Premier League as the three title contenders all touched the summit of the table at various stages of the action. Arsenal secured a late win over Brentford while Liverpool and Manchester City battled to a 1-1 draw following a wild occasion.

As things stand, Liverpool are no longer the league leaders, as they have been passed by the Gunners via goal difference.

With all three teams having played 28 times it is Arsenal sitting at the summit with their +46 goal difference. A pair of 6-0 wins over West Ham and Sheffield United in combination with a 4-1 win over Newcastle has helped them tremendously in that regard.

Liverpool sits second, with a +39 goal difference themselves. The Reds have only lost twice in the league this season, Manchester City 3 times and Arsenal has four defeats.

Liverpool is done playing both their closest rivals this season in the league, however, Arsenal and City have a massive game at the end of this month.

Arsenal also still has to play their rivals and 5th placed Tottenham so some could still consider Liverpool the favorites going forward as their schedule softens up down the stretch run.

Top 3 separated by a single point

With the Gunners and Liverpool on 64 points and City with 63, the Premier League title race is finely poised as clubs gear up for the final run heading into spring.

There is still so much to play for and things will be fluid as results come in at various times. However, as things stand right now, these 3 sides have distanced themselves from the rest of the pack.

A look at the numbers will show these have been the most consistent and dominant teams throughout the 2023-24 campaign and things don't look like changing anytime soon.

Liverpool should still like their chances, but for the moment, they're looking up at Arteta's side.