The round of 36 matches continued today, and after this phase it will remain 2 games to go. At this time of the season no team want to drop points, but in the end, some will lose others will draw, that's the joy of the game.
Results of today's matches
Burnley vs Wolverhampton
Half Time - 0:0
Raul Jimenez scored in the 76th minutes. Scoreline 0:1
VAR confirmed a penalty in the 90 +5, Chris Wood converted the penalty in the 90 +6.
Full Time - Burnley 1:1 Wolverhampton
Newcastle vs Tottenham
Heung-Min Son scored in the 27th minutes, Giovani Lo Celso made the assist. Scoreline 0:1
Half Time - 0:1
Matt Ritchie scored in the 56th minutes. Scoreline 1:1
Full Time - Newcastle 1:3 Tottenham
Manchester City vs Bournemouth
David Silva scored in the 6th minutes. Scoreline 1:0
Gabriel Jesus scored in the 39th minutes, David Silva assisted. Scoreline 2:0
Half Time - 2:0
David Brooks scored in the 88th minutes and his goal was confirmed by the Video Assistant Referee (VAR), Callum Wilson assisted. Scoreline 2:1
Full Time - Manchester City 2:1 Bournemouth
Arsenal vs Liverpool
Sadio Mane scored in the 20th minutes, Andrew Robertson assisted. Scoreline 0:1
Alexandre Lacazette scored in the scored in the 32nd minutes. Scoreline 1:1
Reiss Nelson scored in the 44th minutes, Alexandre Lacazette assisted. Scoreline 2:1
Half Time - 2:1
Full Time - Arsenal 2:1 Liverpool
How the teams stands on the log
Manchester City are still in second position with 75 points and +59 goals difference. With just 2 matches left, no team will chase City from the position they are, so they'll finish 2nd at the end of the season.
The battle to take the 2 remaining Champions league slots is very much serious. Chelsea won their game yesterday against Norwich City whose relegation has been confirmed. With the result, the Blues maintained their 3rd position with 63 points and +15 goals difference.
Leicester City are in 4th position with 59 points and +29 goals difference. They will play their match tomorrow against Sheffield United at King Power Stadium by 6PM.
Manchester United are in 5th position with 59 points and +26 goals difference. They'll also play their game tomorrow against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park by 8:15PM.
The race to finish in the Europa league positions is very competitive as well, Wolverhampton, Tottenham and Sheffield United are in contention.
Burnley, Arsenal, Everton, Southampton, Newcastle, Crystal Palace are safe and they'll play in the EPL next season.
Brighton are in 15 position with 36 points and -16 goals difference. They need only 2 points and that will guarantee their place in next season features.
West Ham are 16th position with 34 points and -15 goals difference, Watford are in 17th position with 34 points and -21 goals difference, both teams need 3 points and that'll also guarantee their place next season.
Bournemouth and Aston Villa may be relegated at the end of the season, they need to win matches, then sit back and see what will be the outcomes of other teams.
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