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EPL: Table, Top Scorers, And Assists Leaders Ahead Of Matchweek 37

The last day of Matchweek 36 saw Liverpool visit the King Power Stadium to face Leicester, where Curtis Jones scored twice and Trent Alexander-Arnold once as in-form Liverpool brushed aside hapless Leicester to maintain their recent winning streak and push the Foxes closer to Premier League relegation.

However, on Thursday, Brighton will visit Newcastle for a postponed match initially scheduled for matchweek 25. The result here may change the state of the top four ahead of matchweek 37.

Matchweek 37 fixtures

Tottenham vs Brentford

Bournemouth vs Man United

Fulham vs Crystal Palace

Liverpool vs Aston Villa

Wolves vs Everton

Nottinhagm Forest vs Arsenal

West Ham vs Leeds

Brighton vs Southampton

Man City vs Chelsea

Newcastle vs Leicester

It's possible Manchester City will win the league on Sunday if they beat Chelsea and Arsenal lose to Nottingham Forest. But it won't matter what the outcome of these fixtures is because Manchester City still have a game in hand.

Liverpool have put both Manchester United and Newcastle under intense pressure after they racked up seven wins in a row. They are now one point within the top four; however, they have played one more game than Manchester United and Newcastle. Although Brighton is not far behind after beating Arsenal 3-0 the last time in front of their fans, they are also chasing European football next season.

It's not looking good for the likes of Everton, Leeds, and Leicester down the table. It might as well go down to the final day of the season to know who'll follow Southampton to the championship.

Premier League Table

Top Scorers

Haaland scored against Everton the last time, and he's on his way to winning the Premier League golden boot in his first season in England. Harry Kane has been prolific in front of goal this season as well, but he's nine goals short of Haaland.

Assists Leaders

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