Liverpool is still on course to win an unprecedented quadruple after qualifying for the final of the Champions League.
In contrast, their rivals, Manchester City have just the Premier League title to fight for after getting eliminated in dramatic fashion. This makes for an excellent, climatic end to the league.
Indeed, both teams face tricky encounters this gameweek that may yet hint at the destination of the title.
Perhaps, Norwich and Watford seem destined for relegation. Yet, Everton, Leeds and Burnley will fight till the very end to avoid the drop. Wow! It really gets exciting from here on.
Review of Gameweek 35
The previous gameweek produced goals aplenty, plus a few surprising results.
Naby Keita scored a brilliant first-half goal which ended up being enough to give Liverpool the maximum points against Newcastle.
Burnley in its quest for survival came from behind to defeat fellow strugglers, Watford 2-1.
Wilfried Zaha scored a last-gasp goal for Crystal Palace to defeat Southampton 2-1 as Aston Villa eased past Norwich 2-0.
Brighton made light work of Wolves 3-0 as Manchester City cruised past Leeds 4-0.
Heung-Min Son scored a beauty alongside Harry Kane in Tottenham’s 3-1 win against Leicester City.
Everton earned a spirited 1-0 win against Chelsea as Arsenal did just enough to defeat West Ham 2-1 in the London derby.
On Monday night, Manchester United eased past a largely disinterested Brentford side.
Preview Of Gameweek 36
This week’s football action holds plenty in terms of giving a clearer picture of what could be for the different battles.
Brentford hosts Southampton in a seemingly dead rubber game tomorrow afternoon.
Burnley takes on Aston Villa as Chelsea battles Watford to consolidate on a top-three finish.
Crystal Palace faces a struggling Watford side before Brighton welcomes Manchester United to the Falmer stadium.
Liverpool and Tottenham with respective reasons to win will go head-to-head on Saturday night.
Norwich City entertains West Ham who were eliminated in the Europa League semi-final on Sunday afternoon. Leicester City takes on an inspired Everton team.
The fight for the last UCL spot continues as Arsenal will attempt to get one past Leeds.
The final but not the least bit of action of this weekend will see the Premier League leaders, Manchester City go against Newcastle.
Predictions for Gameweek 36
BetBiga Booking Code: r5h89
Brentford vs Southampton (over 1.5 goals)
Burnley vs Aston Villa (over 1.5 goals)
Chelsea vs Wolves (1)
Crystal Palace vs Watford (1X)
Brighton vs Manchester United (over 2.5 goals)
Liverpool vs Tottenham (goal/goal)
Norwich vs West Ham (2)
Leicester City vs Everton (X2)
Arsenal vs Leeds (1)
Manchester City vs Newcastle (1)