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Epl Week 36: Possible weekend to Determine Top Final Stand



As the English Premier league winds down with 3 matches left to be played, the 36th week matches to be played this weekend looks like that which will conclude the last standing as to the four teams to represent EPL in the next Uefa Champions league and the two teams going to Europa 2019/2020.

Trailing Manchester City with one point (88,89), Liverpool FC hosts relegation bound Huddersfield in other to keep up the chase and hope of clinching the record championship. Huddersfield have lost their last 5 matches while Liverpool recorded 100% of their last five matches.

Meanwhile, the weekend could turn the best for Liverpool FC if Manchester City slipped against Burnley by either loosing or dropping points with a draw on Sunday.

Also, Leicester city will play host too Arsenal who are looking to still book a place in the ‘Epl top 4’, though hoping to qualify for next year champions league through the back door by winning the current Europa League.

Leicester City have won their last 3 matches while Arsenal lost 1, won 2 out of their last 3 encounters, though Arsenal’s place in the top four is also dependent on the outcome of the Manchester United and Chelsea clash on Sunday.

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