The weekend was suitably rounded off on Monday night when Chelsea claimed a 4-1 win at London rivals Tottenham Hotspur after an eventful 90 minutes consisting of numerous VAR checks, a red card, a penalty, two injuries to key players and a hat-trick from Blues striker Nicolas Jackson.
The defeat was Spurs first in the Premier League under Ange Postecoglou as they ended the weekend in second place in the table - although they still remain just one point behind new leaders Manchester City, who romped to a big win against Bournemouth on Saturday.
But what impact has Spurs first defeat under the former Celtic manager and the weekend’s other results made on the predicted final Premier League table? We assess the changes here...
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