EPL: Mid-Week review

The two points Leicester City dropped at home to West Bromwich Albion on Tuesday must have felt a bit like a defeat in the home side's dressing room. Just 24 hours on, it suddenly felt like a huge point gained when Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City all had their title credentials laid bare in failing to pick up a point between them.

Manchester United's mini-renaissance in winning their last four matches in all competitions has got some people excited.
That said, given United are now level on points with City, having played a game more, it's hard to say which of the Manchester clubs is better placed to mount a serious title tilt over the final few matches .

Add into the mix the fact, City have now taken just 10 points from as many away games and it's feasible to give at least a smidgen of credence to the theory that the club are ready to give up on the title for an all-out assault on the Champions League.

With his head in his hands at Anfield, Pellegrini looked less a manager devastated by the result and more one who genuinely didn't have a clue how to stop the slump.

West Ham defeated Spurs to show they have a lot left in the tank and might just make a challenge for the champions league places.

West Ham still have Manchester United, Arsenal and Leicester left to play, but the way they played against Spurs these fixtures should inspire them rather than intimidate .

Last but not the least, Chelsea are back in the top half and have won 19 points since the new year . !!