EPL Table: Premier League standings after 34 matches

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The fun never stops in the Premier League, with plenty of midweek drama up ahead to keep the table interesting as the run-in continues.

Chelsea beat title rivals Tottenham 4-2 in Saturday's FA Cup semi-final to set up a London derby final against Arsenal, who overcame Manchester City in extra-time a day later.

Antonio Conte must shift his attentions back to the Blues' league campaign on Tuesday night though, where a win against Southampton at Stamford Bridge would send the Italian coach's side seven points clear of Spurs.

Mauricio Pochettino's side must wait to bounce back from their cup heartbreak, and face a tough test against Sam Allardyce's resurgent Crystal Palace 24 hours later.

EPL Table | Premier League standings after Gameweek 34

Pos Team P W D L GD Pts
1 Chelsea 32 24 3 5 38 75
2 Tottenham 32 21 8 3 46 71
3 Liverpool 34 19 9 6 28 66
4 Man City 32 19 7 6 28 64
5 Man United 32 17 12 3 27 63
6 Everton 34 16 10 8 23 58
7 Arsenal 31 17 6 8 23 57
8 West Brom 33 12 8 13 -3 44
9 Southampton 31 11 7 12 -3 40
10 Watford 32 11 7 14 -15 40
11 Stoke 33 10 9 14 -11 39
12 Crystal Palace 33 11 5 17 -7 38
13 Bournemouth 34 10 8 16 -15 38
14 West Ham 34 10 8 16 -15 38
15 Leicester 32 10 7 15 -12 37
16 Burnley 34 10 6 18 -16 36
17 Hull City 34 9 6 19 -31 33
18 Swansea City 34 9 4 21 -29 31
19 Middlesbrough 33 4 12 17 -20 24
20 Sunderland 32 5 6 21 -32 21

Palace's surprise 2-1 away win at Liverpool on Sunday has blown open the race for the top four, with Christian Benteke's two goals against his former club putting Jurgen Klopp in danger of missing out on the Champions League.

Liverpool's loss will be a boost to Arsenal, who still harbour hopes of another top-four finish as they host champions Leicester on Wednesday night.

And there's more drama at the top of the table on Thursday night as fierce rivals Manchester City and Manchester United - fourth and fifth in the table - face off at the Etihad in what could prove to be a straight shootout for Champions League football.

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