The English Premier League match-day 37 saw teams two early Fixtures Sheffield United Vs Everton and Newcastle Vs Brighton and I would be bringing you the scores of how things went down and the current EPL especially after the Sheffield Vs Everton match.
Sheffield Vs Everton.
The first-half of the match started slowly which saw missed chances from both sides but neither one couldn't take advantage as the first-half ended 0-0 but things started quickly in the second half for Everton who took the lead after Richarlison heads home Gylfi Sigurdsson's free-kick to give everton the lead in the 46th minutes, with no further goals, the match ended 1-0 in favor of Everton.
Brighton Vs Newcastle
Just like the first game, the First-half also ended 0-0 and despite more possession from Brighton in the match, they couldn't get a goal and all the 3 points with the match ending 0-0.
After Sheffield United Lost Against Everton, this is how the EPL Table Looks Like
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