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United hangs onto lead on Matchday 11

Manchester United managed to gain a slight amount of breathing room at the top of the table, but Manchester City and Chelsea are still close behind.

United fell into a significant hole against Aston Villa, but an own goal and two from Javier Hernandez completed a 3-2 comeback victory, helping themselves to a two-point cushion at the top of the table.

Manchester City did its part to keep pace with its rival, as the club struck twice to edge Tottenham Hotspur at the Etihad. The win vaulted City into second place, but also held Tottenham out of an opportunity to sneak closer to the top four. Chelsea struggled against Liverpool, failing to pull out a win at Stamford Bridge. The draw may prove important later in the year, as the Blues lost some ground in the race for the title.

Surprises continue march up the table
Two surprise clubs further shocked doubters this weekend, as West Bromwich Albion and West Ham United both picked up wins. The Baggies managed a 2-1 victory against Wigan, firing the club into fifth place with 20 points after 11 matches. The Hammers also looked impressive in a 1-0 victory over Newcastle. That result put the East London club into sixth place, two points back of West Brom.

Everton kept pace for the Champions League battle, as the club defeated Sunderland. This put the Toffees into the fourth spot, on goal differential. Arsenal could only manage a draw in a wild match against Fulham, with Mikel Arteta missing a penalty kick in the waning moments of the match.

The relegation battle did not get any clearer, as Southampton only managed a draw with Swansea City. Reading also captured a point against Norwich City in a scoreless draw. Queens Park Rangers struggled yet again, as the club on the bottom of the table failed to score against Stoke City, losing by a goal.

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