The English Premier League table has Leicester City leading the standings over Tottenham, Arsenal, Manchester City and Manchester United coming out of the weekend.
Leicester has a two-point lead over Tottenham in the standings, while Arsenal is five points back. Leicester has been leading the table for most of the season and it currently is first in the EPL with 16 wins. The club has been getting some exceptional play from Jamie Vardy, and it is the Cinderella story of the Premier League this season.
Arsenal is in third place in the league standings, and it has a four-point advantage over Manchester City. Man City is leading Man United by three points, while West Ham is in sixth position at one point back of Manchester United. West Ham is leading Southampton in the standings, while Stoke City, Liverpool and Watford round out the top 10.
Chelsea has been moving up the table over the last couple weeks and now it is in the 11th spot ahead of Everton. The Blues have nine wins on the season, while Everton, West Brom and Crystal Palace are next in the standings. Bournemouth is leading Swansea City and Norwich, while Newcastle, Sunderland and Aston Villa are in the bottom three positions on the table.
The scores from the weekend schedule saw West Ham win 1-0 over Sunderland, while Chelsea won 2-1 over Southampton. Stoke City won 2-1 against Aston Villa on Saturday, while Leicester kept its lead on the table with a 1-0 win against Norwich City. West Brom won against Crystal Palace, while Watford and Bournemouth played to a scoreless draw.
The Sunday schedule saw Manchester United win 3-2 against Arsenal at Old Trafford, while Tottenham won 2-1 against Swansea City. The schedule for this week will pick up with matches on Tuesday and Wednesday for the Premier League. The mid-week schedule includes West Ham taking on Tottenham, while Arsenal will be hosting Swansea City.
Stoke City is playing Newcastle, while Leicester City is taking on West Brom. Bournemouth is playing Southampton, while Stoke City will play Newcastle. Other matches on the schedule include Everton and Aston Villa, Manchester United hosting Watford, and Liverpool hosting Man City at Anfield.