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Premier League Matchday 37 Roundup

Last Updated on May 13, 2024 9:49 pm by Erwin Noguera

The Premier League ensured that the title would be defined on the last round after Arsenal and Manchester City won on the matchday 37 of the championship. 

The Gunners beat Manchester United at Old Trafford, while the Citizens thrashed Fulham. 

For their part, Tottenham put an abysmal run behind them and beat Burnley at home. Lastly, today Liverpool drew in a great match full of goals with Aston Villa. 

Matchday 37 Results

Fulham 0-4 Manchester City 

Bournemouth 1-2 Brentford 

Everton 1-0 Sheffield 

Newcastle 1-1 Brighton 

Tottenham 2-1 Burnley 

West Ham 3-1 Luton 

Wolves 1-3 Crystal Palace 

Nottingham Forest 2-3 Chelsea 

Manchester United 0-1 Arsenal 

Aston Villa 3-3 Liverpool 

Premier League Matchday 37: Fulham 0-4 Manchester City

When and Where?

Saturday, May 11, 7:30 am ET at Craven Cottage

Moneyline odds: 

Fulham 11.5 

Manchester City 1.275

Draw Offs

6.92 

Where can I watch it? 

Telemundo and NBC Sports 

Manchester City has a tremendous hunger for the title, and the Premier League is in their hands, so they showed no mercy and thrashed Fulham 4-0 away. 

It was a great afternoon for defender Josko Gvardiol, who scored after 11 minutes in great individual action, leaving a rival behind. Then, at 71′, he put in at the far post a cross from Portuguese Bernardo Silva. The other goals were scored by Phil Foden, with a shot from the border of the area, and a penalty by the Argentine Julián Álvarez. 

The Citizens reached 85 points and improved their goal difference to +58. Fulham remained on 44 points, in the lower mid-table zone, but saved from the possibility of relegation.

Premier League Matchday 37: Tottenham 2-1 Burnley

When and Where?

Saturday, May 11, 10:00 am ET at the Tottenham Stadium

Moneyline odds: 

Tottenham 1.395 

Burnley 7.5

Draw Offs

6.23 

Where can I watch it? 

Telemundo and NBC Sports 

Tottenham finally returned to winning ways at home, beating Burnley 2-1 in the Premier League. 

Although the visitors took the lead with a goal by Jacob Bruun Larsen in the 25th minute, Spanish full-back Pedro Porro scored a cross-shot to equalize, and the Dutchman Micky van de Ven turned it around in the 82nd minute. He showed all his quality, despite being a defender, and put the ball in the back of the net with a shot that hit the right-hand upright.

Spurs ended a streak of four defeats in a row and reached 63 points, which keeps them in fifth position and with possibilities of qualifying for the next Champions League, but they must beat Manchester City and Sheffield United and hope that Aston Villa lose in the last matchday. Burnley has 24 points, and its relegation was confirmed. 

Premier League Matchday 37: Manchester United 0-1 Arsenal

When and Where?

Sunday, May 12, 11:30 am ET at Old Trafford

Moneyline odds: 

Manchester United 7.08 

Arsenal 1.448

Draw Offs

5.44 

Where can I watch it? 

Telemundo and NBC Sports 

Arsenal has not lost the dream of being Premier League champion 20 years later, and in pro of that, it achieved an important 1-0 victory over Manchester United at Old Trafford. 

The only goal of the match came in the 21st minute when German Kai Havertz broke down the right and crossed for Belgian Leandro Trossard, who was the only player in the heart of the box to push the ball in.

It was not the best game for the Londoners, who conceded the ball possession to the Red Devils, but the home side did not pose much danger to David Raya’s goal. On the other hand, Arteta’s men could have increased the lead at the end, but André Onana made some great saves. 

The Gunners are top with 86 points, one more than Manchester City, although with a game in hand. Arsenal has a goal difference of +61, while the Citizens have +58, a fact that may be relevant next weekend. United is eighth with 54 points, confirming its disastrous season, but still with possibilities to qualify for the next Conference League. 

Premier League Matchday 37: Aston Villa 3-3 Liverpool

When and Where?

Monday, May 13, 3:00 pm ET at Villa Park

Moneyline odds: 

Aston Villa 4.26 

Liverpool 1.765

Draw Offs

4.67 

Where can I watch it? 

Telemundo and NBC Sports 

Liverpool staged another performance to forget, wasting a 1-3 lead, and ended up drawing 3-3 with Aston Villa. 

The Reds took the lead with an unusual own goal by “Dibu” Martinez, who put the ball into his net. Youri Tielemans equalized with a good finish at Alisson’s right post (12′). Cody Gakpo put Jürgen Klopp’s side on top in the 23rd minute, and Jarell Quansah headed in the third in the 48th minute. 

But the Villans did not give up and scored the 2-3 with Jhon Durán from half distance at 85′, and the same player scored the equalizer with a rebound on his right thigh. 

Liverpool is third with 79 points and will not fight for anything on the last matchday, while Aston Villa is fourth with 68 and is close to securing its qualification to the next Champions League. 

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