Firmino celebrates scoring Liverpool’s second goal against Arsenal.
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Liverpool took another significant step toward a first top-flight title in 29 years by thrashing Arsenal 5-1 to open up a seven-point lead at the top of the Premier League, thanks also to Tottenham's collapse at home to Wolves. Manchester City are once again Liverpool's closest challengers ahead of a blockbuster clash between the two Thursday as the champions recovered from back-to-back defeats to beat Southampton 3-1 .Manchester United's revival since Jose Mourinho's sacking continued with Paul Pogba again scoring twice to beat Bournemouth 4-1, but United remain eight points off the top four after Chelsea beat Crystal Palace 1-0 .Should that front three hit top form to compliment a defensive record of eight goals conceded in 20 games, it is hard to see how Liverpool will be stopped.Despite a 22-game unbeaten run between August and December, Arsenal are now just one point better off after 20 games than they were last season when finishing sixth.
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