Top-four Battle Down To The Wire In Premier League Gameweek 36

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

It has been long coming. However, Manchester City has now been confirmed as Premier League Champions for the 2020/21 season. Pep Guardiola has overseen his third league title on English soil in the last four years.

The Cityzens are champions of England

The dogfight is over at the bottom of the table as Fulham and West confirmed their relegation status last weekend.

Following Liverpool’s win away at Old Trafford and Chelsea’s loss to Arsenal in the midweek, the fight for the remaining two Champions League spots will go down to the wire.

Review of Gameweek 35

The previous game week treated the fans to plenty of excitement and drama.

Leicester City’s hopes of strengthening its top-four place took a huge blow as it was thrashed 4-2 by an overwhelming Newcastle.

Tottenham passed up the opportunity to fight for a UCL place after losing 3-1 to Leeds United.

Crystal Palace eased past Sheffield United as  Marcos Alonso scored at the death to clinch three points against Manchester City in the weekend’s big game.

Liverpool earned a two-nil win over Southampton as Wolves needed a late goal from Morgan Gibbs-White to overcome Brighton.

Mason Greenwood and Edison Cavani were on target once again as Manchester United came from behind to defeat Aston Villa.

Everton saw out a 1-0 win against West Ham as Arsenal condemned West Brom to relegation with a 3-1 win.

Fulham will not compete in next season’s Premier League

Fulham lost 2-0 to Burnley to confirm its place in the English Championship next season.

Preview of Gameweek 36

Every eye will be on the battle for European places in the Premier League. Hence, this game week is guaranteed to produce an overload of excitement and intrigue.

Newly crowned champions, Manchester City visits St. James’ Park to take on this Friday night.

Burnley and Leeds meet at Lunchtime on Saturday at the Turf Moor before Southampton and Fulham face-off.

West Ham visits Brighton to renew hopes of Champions League qualification as Crystal Palace entertains Aston Villa.

Tottenham will look to return to winning ways when it takes on Wolves.

Liverpool will be brimming with confidence when it visits already-relegated West Brom. The Reds, with a win, can compound the pressure on fellow fighters, Chelsea.

Liverpool can pile the pressure on Chelsea with a win

Everton will round-off the weekend’s action with a meeting with Sheffield United on Sunday night.

Predictions for Gameweek 36

Newcastle vs Manchester City (over 2.5 goals)

Burnley vs Leeds (over 2.5 goals)

Southampton vs Fulham (1X)

Brighton vs West Ham (2)

Crystal Palace vs Aston Villa (over 2.5 goals)

Tottenham vs Wolves  (1X)

West Brom vs Liverpool (2)

Everton vs Sheffield (1)