Premier League the Three talking points

in the English Premier League The championship was reduced to a duel between Manchester City and Arsenal, with Liverpool's hopes fading further. Pep Guardiola's City controlled their own destiny with a 2-0 win over Nottingham Forest, while Arsenal Mikel Arteta's maintained their lead after narrowly beating Tottenham 3-2 even though they played an extra game.

Aston Villa are in a good position to claim 4th place in the Champions League. Meanwhile, Burnley increases their chances of avoiding relegation.

Here are three key talking points from the Premier League weekend, as noted by AFP Sport.

Liverpool's season has gone through a difficult period. Make Jurgen Klopp is keen to restore a positive end to the club. in the past few times The Reds are aiming for an unprecedented quadruple. They won the League Cup together, however, their hopes were dashed by elimination from the FA Cup and Europa League, as well as unsatisfactory results in the Premier League.

A 2-2 draw with West Ham at the weekend ended the team's hopes of winning the league. And it also underscores the club's difficulties. What caused the chaos was that viewers witnessed a tense exchange between Klopp and Mohamed. Salah, who was a substitute on the bench

Klopp faces a tough task in inspiring his team in the remaining weeks of the season. with only a few concrete goals to pursue. Considering this situation Klopp acknowledges the huge challenge that lies ahead. By acknowledging the superiority of Manchester City and Arsenal in the league competition.

He asked, “Does it look like they will stumble in the upcoming match?” thought. “I doubt it. However, I remained calm and focused on winning the game. and the possible repercussions as the season draws to a close.”

Aston Villa, who last won Europe's premier club championship in 1983 after beating Bayern Munich, now find themselves on the verge of qualifying for next season's Champions League. With only 3 matches remaining in the Premier League.

Unai Emery, who has a distinguished history in European competition with Sevilla and Villarreal. He was not affected by Saturday's 2-2 draw with Chelsea. Despite the 2-0 defeat, Emery stressed the importance of Villa's consistent form throughout the season.

The draw with Chelsea proved invaluable for Villa. Especially with Tottenham losing to Arsenal on Sunday, Villa currently has a seven-point lead over Tottenham with league matches against Brighton, Liverpool and Crystal Palace, although Spurs have two games in hand. But their tough schedule, including clashes with Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City, is a huge hurdle.

Meanwhile Vincent Burnley Kompany looked headed for relegation a few weeks ago. Facing a rapid return to the Championship after just one season in the Premier League, their recent form has sparked hope. After losing only one match in the last 8 matches.

Zaki Amdouni's stoppage-time penalty was Burnley's key point in their 1-1 draw with Manchester United on Saturday. Despite finishing second in the table, they are only two points behind Nottingham Forest, who are outside the relegation zone.

The outcome may depend on Forest's appeal against a four-point deduction for breaching Premier League financial rules. A decision is expected in the near future.