Unlike previous seasons, it really feels like there won't be a true favorite to win the English Premier League title leading up to the end of the campaign. As things stand, Arsenal currently sits in first place, but things sure are heating up.
Over the past month, both Manchester City and Manchester United have started to close the gap on the Gunners. How will things end up playing out once May arrives?
Arsenal remains at the top of the EPL table
Sitting at the top of the table is Arsenal, as the North London powerhouse holds 54 points, plus a game in hand to City and United. Arsenal appeared to be in tough shape over the weekend going up against Aston Villa, but they recorded a road win to remember.
Despite falling behind twice, the Gunners left the pitch with a 4-2 win. However, Arsenal has dropped points of late, which has been concerning. In order for them to stay in first place, they can't afford to record negative results against teams they should beat.
Can Manchester City win yet another EPL title?
In four of the last five seasons, Pep Guardiola and Co. have been the ones to lift the EPL title high into the sky. You better believe they're serious players to win it all again, as they're right behind Arsenal with 52 points. These two teams just played last week too, with City posting a convincing 3-1 win.
That victory surely gave the Etihad side a ton of confidence moving forward. With Erling Haaland, Kevin De Bruyne and others playing so well, City is always going to be a threat to grab three points. Look out for this unit.
Manchester United is getting hot at the right time
Lastly here, what a difference manager Erik Ten Hag is making for Manchester United. The Reds sit in third place with 49 points. Over the weekend, they recorded an impressive 3-0 victory over Leicester City, with Marcus Rashford scoring twice and Jadon Sancho also finding the back of the net.
Rashford is in spectacular form, looking like one of the best players on the planet. If United is going to make a serious push to bring home the glory, they'll need Rashford to keep playing at his absolute best.