Things look rosy for Champions League holders Liverpool in the English Premier League (EPL) this season, but will they bottle it or march all the way and win it?
The Reds have been here before but have always missed out on clinching the league at the last minute.
The mouth-watering clash between Liverpool and Manchester City on Sunday 10th November could give a candid assessment on where the EPL could end this season with the fixture pile up in December just around the corner.
Liverpool hold a 6 point gap after 11 games while the Cityzens look vulnerable especially in the defence.
Manchester United and Arsenal have remained inconsistent this season with a section of the fans calling for both managers to be sacked.
Arsenal face Leicester who are in blistering form since Brendan Rodgers took over with Jamie Vardy in red-hot scoring form.
The Red devils will take on Brighton at Old Trafford as they attempt to replicate the scintillating form in Europa League on Thursday.
Frank Lampard's Chelsea will host Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge after the mid-week drama against Ajax in the Champions League.
Lampard's team has exceeded expectations this season with promising performances in the EPL.
The Pulse Live trio have had their say on the weekend matches led by Martin Wachira, (Editor-in-Chief) , David Jerome, (Head of Social) and Nicolette White (Head of events and partnerships).
|Gameweek 12 EPL||Marto||Nicolette||Jerome||Results|
|Norwich v Watford||1-1||1-0||2-2|
|Chelsea v Crystal Palace||2-2||2-1||1-2|
|Burnley v West Ham||2-0||1-3||1-1|
|Newcastle v Bournemouth||1-0||0-2||0-1|
|Southampton v Everton||2-2||0-2||1-0|
|Tottenham v Sheff Utd||2-0||1-1||1-0|
|Leicester v Arsenal||2-1||3-1||2-0|
|Man Utd v Brighton||3-0||2-1||2-0|
|Wolves v Aston Villa||2-0||1-1||2-1|
|Liverpool v Man City||2-1||2-1||3-2|