Nuno: Wolves beat Chelsea due to their belief

Nuno: Wolves beat Chelsea due to their belief

The Reds will be hoping to claim all three points and then see Manchester City slip up when the Citizens travel to Chelsea FC in the late kick-off on Saturday.

Maurizio Sarri questioned the mentality of his Chelsea team after they surrendered a lead to lose 2-1 against Wolves at Molineux, suggesting that some of his players may have "too much confidence". The London club's 10-point gap to City could grow further at the weekend, with the leaders visiting Stamford Bridge.

"That's the only thing, what is best for us".

Bernardo Silva admits Manchester City are facing a tough winter schedule but he wouldn't have it any other way.

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Tottenham Hotspur climbed to third with a 3-1 win over Southampton while Chelsea hung on to fourth spot, above Arsenal on goal difference, despite a 2-1 defeat at Wolverhampton Wanderers who ended a run of six games without a win.

James Milner levelled for the Reds after Jack Cork's surprise opener and substitute Roberto Firmino set Liverpool on course for a 12th win in 15 league games with his first touch before Xherdan Shaqiri rounded things off.

'But I am really very anxious, not for the result but for the fact that we did not react to the first goal of the opponents.

The one negative for Liverpool was the sight of Joe Gomez leaving the field on a stretcher because of an ankle injury.

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Raul Jimenez and Diogo Jota struck in a four-minute spell either side of the hour mark.

"Playing against Chelsea and coming from behind, it's great".

Shkodran Mustafi put fifth-place Arsenal ahead with a header that was fumbled over the line by United goalkeeper David De Gea but Anthony Martial, who later went off injured, equalized inside four minutes. They came out fast in the second half and we were sloppy as a team. "But this is another season and we have to try to win the Premier League again, against different opponents, stronger opponents in my opinion and it will be a tough season for us".

Fulham manager Claudio Ranieri had his name sung by the visiting supporters, having guided Leicester to the Premier League title in 2016.

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