Manchester United continued their good Premier League form under caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer into February as they won 3 of their 4 February Premier League games, with a 0-0 draw with Liverpool at Old Trafford being the only occasion where they dropped points in the league. In pursuit of their first Premier League title, Liverpool had a poor February as they only won 2 of their 4 Premier League games. Manchester City took full advantage of Liverpool dropping points as they won all 4 of their Premier League games during February, which included a 3-1 victory over Arsenal and a 6-0 demolition of Chelsea. At the end of February Liverpool were still top of the table, but as a result of their dropped points, they lead at the top was just 1 point with Manchester City right behind them. Bottom of the table Huddersfield town continued their poor form as they lost 3 of their 4 Premier League games, leaving them 13 points off safety at the end of February and it looking almost certain that they would be going down. With both sides involved in the race for the top 4, the London derby between Chelsea and Tottenham was huge in terms of both clubs’ hopes for Champions League football the following season. This time it was Chelsea who was victorious as they beat Tottenham 2-0 at Stamford Bridge. At the end of the month, it was Tottenham and Arsenal who occupied 3rd and 4th place, with Manchester United at 5th with 1 point less than Arsenal and Chelsea at 6th with 3 points less than Arsenal.