Chelsea show no signs of slowing down in 2017 with a tough 2-1 win away at Stoke City.
A last minute winner from defender Cahill helped City to a 10 point lead at the top of the table with only 8 matches remaining.
Chelsea, who are not in Europe after underperforming in 2016, have only lost 3 matches in their 28 fixtures so far and are clear favourites to lift their first ever title with Mourinhio at the helm.
Super Sunday kicked off with Manchester United claiming an impressive 3-1 win away at the riverside stadium in Middlesbrough. The result has lifted United to 5th with 2 games in hand that could see United go level with bitter rivals City in 3rd position.
The return to form of the Red Devils has brought a real belief that United are back & will be challenging again next season!
The big Sunday fixture was in the other half of Manchester, as City hosted an inconsistent Liverpool. The fiery affair ended in a stalemate thanks to goals from Aguero & a Milner penalty.
Both mangers were left frustrated as the Champions League places heats up and the business end of the season begins!! Spurs completed the Sunday fixtures with a tough 2-1 win at home to Southampton to remain in 2nd position!!
Saturdays early kick off heaped more misery on Arsenal Manger Wenger with a 3-1 win in the Midlands as West Brom continued their impressive form.
Wenger is in real danger of loosing his job after 20 years in charge after being knocked out of the Champions League and now dropping down the ladder to 6th position.
Wenger has never missed the top 4 in his 20 years in charge however now risks the board dumping him after some poor form.
Saturdays other futures saw Palace move away from the danger zone with a 1-0 home win over Watford, Everton thrashed Hully City 4-0 as Lakaku notched his 21st goal for the season.
Leicester also continued their resurgence with a 3-2 win in London over West Ham. Sunderland and Burnley played out lacklustre scoreless draw whilst Bournemouth heaped more misery on Swansea with a 2-0 win.
Wesley Tronson is a bank manager in Brisbane CBD and lived in England for seven years to 2010 in banking and soccer.
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Wesley Tronson is an award winning sport writer who spent 7 years in England in soccer and banking. He is now a senior regional manager in banking in Queensland