High-pressure Clashes Await In Premier League Gameweek 35

A preview of what is to come in the Premier League Gameweek 9

For the first time in 71 years, there is a genuine threat of Premier League relegation for Everton. Frank Lampard’s men sit rather uncomfortably in 18th place with six matches to go.

And somehow, Eddie Howe’s remarkable achievement with Newcastle this season has seemingly gone under the radar.

Howe has done an enviable job within a short time at Newcastle

At the turn of the year, with 19 matches played, the Magpies sat in 19th position, with only one win. And now, 15 matches later, they are in 9th place with 10 more wins.

Liverpool is arguably the most in-form team in the world. Hence, it is no surprise that Jürgen Klopp has renewed his contract with the Reds until 2026.

It is gameweek 35 this weekend and the battle for the title, the last Champions League spot, and survival continues.

Review of Gameweek 34

Last weekend’s football was an intriguing watch, including the “anti-football” display by Everton in the Merseyside derby.

Granit Xhaka’s belter settled a 3-1 win for Arsenal against a yo-yo Manchester United side.

Xhaka’s pile-driver against United was the goal of the week

Leicester City and Aston Villa played out a goalless draw as Manchester City walloped Watford 5-1.

Joelinton scored a rare brace in Newcastle’s 3-1 away win at Norwich as Brentford’s brilliance was rewarded with a 0-0 draw with Tottenham.

Mike Jackson has now overseen a second consecutive win as Burnley beat Wolves 1-0.

Christian Pulisic scored in the dying minutes to gift Chelsea a 1-0 London derby win against West Ham.

Brighton and Southampton played out a fantastic 2-2 draw as Liverpool overpowered a tough Everton side.

Crystal Palace lacked the cutting edge, eventually settling for a 0-0 draw with Leeds.

Preview Of Gameweek 35

This gameweek’s action packs plenty of excitement and drama.

Liverpool will hope to pile the pressure on their rivals with a win against Newcastle at St. James’ Park.

Watford takes on Burnley in a relegation scrap as Southampton hosts Crystal Palace.

Aston Villa welcomes Norwich City to Villa Park as Wolves and Brighton face off.

Manchester City visits Leeds United with only one aim as Tottenham and Leicester City clash.

Frank Lampard faces his former side, Chelsea as West Ham and Arsenal trade tackles in the small matter of a London derby.

Lampard welcomes his former side to Goodison Park

Manchester United faces a tricky Brentford team in the final action of week 35 on Monday night.

Predictions for Gameweek 35

BetBiga Booking Code: 4s5ll

Newcastle vs Liverpool (2)

Watford vs Burnley (under 3.5 goals)

Southampton vs Crystal Palace (over 1.5 goals)

Aston Villa vs Norwich (1X)

Wolves vs Brighton (X2)

Leeds United vs Manchester City (2)

Tottenham vs Leicester City (over 2.5 goals)

Everton vs Chelsea (2)

West Ham vs Arsenal (goal/goal)

Manchester United vs Brentford (over 1.5 goals)