If Manchester City beat Arsenal on Sunday, there will be four points separating the top three.
Tottenham beat Newcastle 1-0 in the early kick-off on Saturday to move up to second, ahead of Man City.
City host Arsenal on Sunday looking to bounce back from their loss to Newcastle on Tuesday.
That defeat could have been costly.
Liverpool faced Leicester 24 hours after City’s loss knowing a win would put them seven clear.
But they could only draw 1-1 at Anfield handing City a lifeline.
And it seems they enjoyed watching Liverpool drop points. Well, Kyle Walker did anyway.
He posted a tweet of Leicester goalscorer Harry Maguire chatting to England fans at the World Cup with the caption: “So basically they thought they were gonna go 7 points ahead…”
Jurgen Klopp didn’t take too kindly to it and responded in his press conference on Friday.
"I cannot help that. I am not sure what that says about us, it says something more about the other person,” Klopp said.
"I never celebrated that another team dropped points or lost a game. For me that's not allowed.
"For supporters it is a little bit different, for people involved I don't understand."
Was Klopp’s reaction over the top?
Well, that was the top of conversation on Football Focus and it got Jermaine Jenas talking.
However, his take was rather ridiculous.
“You can see another meme being created of Jurgen Klopp saying I don’t celebrate another team’s loss and an episode of when he ran on the pitch after that last-minute goal against Everton,” Jenas said.
He’s totally missed the point, there.
Klopp wasn’t mocking another team’s loss, he was celebrating Liverpool’s late winner in a Merseyside derby.
And Liverpool fans were quick to mock Jenas for his rather embarrassing take.
LIVERPOOL FANS MOCKED JENAS
Check out the reaction:
Oh dear. You’ve got to take L on this one, Jermaine.News Now - Sport News