UPDATE: The Red Devils beat Chelsea 2-1. Javier Hernandez got United’s first goal in the opening minute while Nemanja Vidic headed home a Ryan Giggs cross in the 23rd. Frank Lampard scored for the Blues in the 68th.
UPDATE: The Gunners beat United 1-0 to keep the title race wide open, thanks to Aaron Ramsey’s second-half goal.
UPDATE: Arsenal’s title hopes ended on Sunday as Bolton clinched a 90th minute winner to prevail 2-1 at Reebok Stadium. The Gunners are now nine points behind Manchester United with four games to play.
UPDATE: Fernando Torres finally scored his first goal for Chelsea as the Blues beat West Ham United 3-0 to stay alive in the title race.
UPDATE: Arsenal’s title hopes suffered another blow as Spurs came from 3-1 down to grab a stalemate in an exciting North London derby. With five games left, the Red Devils top the standings with 70 points, six ahead of both Chelsea and Arsenal.
UPDATE: Florent Malouda scored twice as Chelsea eased to a 3-1 victory over Birmingham to leapfrog Arsenal in the Premier League.
UPDATE: The Red Devils were held to a goalless draw by Newcastle United.
UPDATE: The Gunners were denied victory over Liverpool after Dirk Kuyt’s last-gasp penalty gave a dramatic 1-1 stalemate for the Merseysiders.
UPDATE: Andy Carroll scored his first two goals for Liverpool, helping the Anfield club to a 3-0 victory over Manchester City.
UPDATE: The Red Devils moved closer to a record-breaking 19th EPL title by beating Fulham, 2-0, thanks to goals from Dimitar Berbatov and Antonio Valencia.