Another round of weekday Premier League games is almost over and we’ve seen more changes at the top of the table.

Leicester City’s win against Chelsea on Tuesday brought them to the summit temporarily before Manchester City overtook them with a controversial win over Aston Villa.

Then the league’s top position changed hands again after Manchester United came from behind and defeated Fulham at Craven Cottage.

Last season champions Liverpool are up against Burnley tonight and there are no clear indications of where the title will lead this season.

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And when things get hot, the next few games could decide where the cup goes in May.

Here are the teams Liverpool, Man United, Man City and Leicester will face in their next 10 games.

Man United fixtures

January 27: Sheffield United (H)

January 30th: Arsenal (A)

February 02: Southampton (H)

February 06: Everton (H)

February 13: West Brom (A)

February 20: Newcastle United (H)

February 27: Chelsea (A)

March 6: Man City (A)

March 13: West Ham (H)

March 20th: Crystal Palace (A)

United are certainly riding the crest of the waves at the moment after another win if they haven’t played well, but they will still take the points.

The big question remains whether Ole Gunnar Solskjaer can beat a Big Six rival this season, but they will have the opportunity to do so over the next few weeks.

Looking ahead to early March, two away games against Chelsea and Man City this season could determine their fate – but there are still many difficult games to come.

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Southampton are as well placed as West Ham this season and Arsenal are starting to find a form too.

All in all, United’s success in this streak of games could be down to whether they get results against Arsenal, Chelsea and Man City and keep winning the games they expected.

Man City fixtures

January 26: West Brom (A)

January 30: Sheffield United (H)

February 2: Burnley (A)

February 6: Liverpool (A)

February 13: Tottenham (H)

February 20: Arsenal (A)

February 27: West Ham (H)

March 6: Man United (H)

March 13: Fulham (A)

March 20: Wolves (H)

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City are the best team in the league, and at this point in previous campaigns they’ve played a number of games and stormed to the title.

The next games will give the men of Pep Guardiola the opportunity to do this again, but as we get into February the games will be a lot tougher.

Traveling away to Liverpool and Arsenal will not be easy, there are also games against Tottenham and Man United and a number of other games that may look simple on paper but are different on the pitch.

Anything you can play for, but it’s in City’s hands.

Liverpool matches

January 21: Burnley (H)

January 28th: ​​Spurs (A)

January 31: West Ham (A)

February 03: Brighton (H)

February 06: Man City (H)

February 13: Leicester City (A)

February 20: Everton (H)

February 27: Sheffield United (A)

March 6: Fulham (H)

March 13th: Wolves (A)

March 20: Chelsea (H)

Manchester United beat Fulham 2-1 thanks to goals from Edinson Cavani and Paul Pogba.

Pogba put in another great performance as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side reclaimed first place in the Premier League. Now United are turning their attention to yet another clash with rivals Liverpool, this time in the fourth round of the FA Cup.

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The big question about Liverpool is whether they can score again. If they can, you’d expect them to do a run similar to Man City.

A few weeks ago, Jürgen Klopp’s team was six points ahead, now they are six points behind. That just goes to show how quickly things can change in this highly competitive Premier League season.

The number of games is mixed but the games against Man City, Spurs, Everton, Leicester and Chelsea show that scoring the points like last season will not be easy.

Though that run of Sheffield United, Fulham and Wolves could be the trio of fixtures that kick-start Liverpool at the start of the run-in.

Leicester Games

January 27: Everton (A)

January 31: Leeds (H)

February 3: Fulham (A)

February 7th: Wolves (A)

February 13: Liverpool (H)

February 21: Aston Villa (A)

February 27: Arsenal (H)

March 6th: Brighton (A)

March 13: Sheffield United (H)

March 20: Burnley (A)

Manchester City shook off troubles caused by a Covid-19 outbreak to sweep Chelsea aside at Stamford Bridge.

Goals from Ilkay Gundogan, Phil Foden and Kevin De Bruyne in the first half effectively ended the game before break. The home team could only achieve one consolation in stoppage time.

Ahead of the Carabao Cup semi-final against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Wednesday, the blues is a good heart.

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A somewhat surprising name at the top of the table, but worthy of being where they are nonetheless.

Under Brendan Rodgers, Leicester goes into every game without fear and with the belief that they can take three points, as demonstrated against Chelsea.

Games against Liverpool, Everton and Arsenal may not be easy, but the rest of the next 10 games are relatively friendly to the Foxes.

You can watch the March run against Brighton, Sheffield United and Burnley and wonder if these games can be a real chance for Leicester to keep the momentum up and stay at the top of the table.