It was rescheduled fixtures this week, so less fixtures although it seems that the BBC decided that the Burnley and Leicester midweek games would be week 35 and not 34, but hey ho. The four fixtures saw 1 correct result out of fout as Brighton and Spurs played out a 1-1 draw and not the 2-2 that I had predicted. United took all three points. Chelsea beat Burnley whilst Leicester and Southampton played out a draw. This week Im hoping normal service resumed.
- Arsenal 2-1 West Ham. Arsenal closer to Europa League
- Everton 1-2 Newcastle Utd. Toon win eases pressurE
- Man City 3-0 Swansea City. Man City post title win
- Stoke City 1-2 Burnley. Stoke City close to the drop
- Watford 2-0 Crystal Palace. Palace lose, but should be safe
- West Brom 1-3 Liverpool. Reds Win ahead of Roma game
(Burnley and Leicester midweek fixtures were included in Week 34 but according to BBC Lawro predictions, were part of week 35)
Some key games taking place mostly affecting the teams at the bottom. Having beaten Man Utd at Old Trafford, West Brom host Liverpool, hoping that the Reds will be fully focused on the Champions League semi final at home to Roma. They will need another win to keep up the slim hope of survival. Unfortunately, the Reds will still be focused on the league and securing a win to ensure they stay in the top four. A temporary reprieve for the Baggies may in the fact that Swansea City travel to newly crowned champions Man City. The hosts should win this one and prolong West Brom’s woes even further.
Stoke City’s hope of survival look certain to take a hit as they will lose to Burnley who bounce back from defeat against Chelsea. Im not sure many Arsenal fans will be sad to see them go should they go down.
Palace travel to the unpredictable Watford and will find themselves up against it, but other results will mean that Palace should come the last game, be safe in the Premier League.
Enjoy the weekend and good luck to all