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EPL TABLE GAMEWEEK 36:This is how it looks like after Man United, Chelsea, Man City and Arsenal game

Gameweek 36 has in no doubt been an interesting week for Premier league football. With three round of games remaining for the Premier league to come to an end, gameweek 36 is a very crucial week for Premier league football this season.

NIne matches have been played already in this gameweek 36, remaining only the match between West Ham and Watford on Friday.

Chelsea beat Norwich City 1-0 to keep hope alive for Champions league football next season, with Olivier Giroud scoring the only goal of the encounter. Both Tottenham and Man City won their games, but the most interesting match so far in this gameweek was the match between Arsenal and Liverpool. Arsenal defected Liverpool 2-1, thanks to two individual error committed by two Liverpool players.

Manchester United beat Crystal palace on Thursday to ensure they are still in contention for top four in the Premier league table.

Here are the results of the Premier league matches that have been played in this gameweek 36:

Tuesday July 14, 2020:

FT Chelsea 1-0 Norwich City

Wednesday July 15, 2020:

FT Burnley 1-1 Wolves

FT Man City 2-1 Bournemouth

FT Newcastle 1-3 Tottenham

FT Arsenal 2-1 Liverpool

Thursday July 16, 2020:

FT Everton 1-1 Aston Villa

FT Leicester City 1-1 Shelfield United

FT Crystal Palace 0-2 Manchester United

FT Southampton 1-1 Brighton

Here is how the Premier league table looks like after those games:

Premier League Table


1. Liverpool 36 93

2. Manchester City 36 75

3. Chelsea 36 63

4. Leicester City 36 62

5. Manchester United 36 62

6. Wolves 36 56

7. Tottenham 36 55

8. Shelfield United 36 54

9. Arsenal 36 53

10. Burnley 36 51

11. Everton 36 46

12. Southampton 36 46

13. Newcastle United 36 43

14. Crystal Palace 36 42

15. Brighton & Hove 36 37

16. West Ham United 35 34

17. Watford 35 34

18. AFC Bournemouth 36 31

19. Aston Villa 36 30

20. Norwich City 36 21

Watford will travel to London to face West Ham United on Friday. With both team having the same points, the match is surely going to be a tough one for both sides.

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