This Sunday ends another season of Premier League in England and emotions are guaranteed.
Of course, the most important question to answer is who will win the championship, if Liverpool o Manchester City.
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The ‘citizens’ of Pep Guardiola they have everything in their favour, because they will play locals against Aston Villa and with the victory it would be enough for them to lift their second consecutive Premier trophy.
In turn, the ‘Reds’ will seek victory when they receive in Anfield to Raúl Jiménez’s Wolverhampton. those of Jurgen Klopp They will have to get the 3 points and wait for a stumble from City to win the title.
¿Champions, Europa o Conference League?
Chelsea secured third place for Championsalong with the aforementioned City and Liverpool, so there is only one ticket left that the Tottenham hope to secure
Los Spurs visit the descended Norwich and have a high chance of qualifying for Champions Leaguesince they have a two-point advantage over the Arsenal.
Los ‘Gunners’ will receive the newly saved Everton after having lost in the last two days. Now those led by Mikel Arteta are closer to Europa League that of the Champions.
Another team that was losing its way was the Manchester United. The ‘Red Devils’ have no chance of qualifying for the Champions League and their concern now is not lose the Europa League ticket also.
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The West Ham he is only a couple of points behind CR7 and company. The ‘Hammers’ have the Conference League assured, but a win over Brighton and a Man U stumble against Crystal Palace would place them in the Europa League.
the last descended
At the bottom of the table, Leeds y Burnley they will risk their lives and seek to avoid finishing in 18th place and lose category.
Both teams are level on points, but Burnley have a better goal difference. The ‘Clarets’ will play at home and defeat the Newcaslte I would give them salvation.
Leeds visits a Brentford motivated by his permanence and his good season; they will have to win and wait for what Burnley does.