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Half 1: Bournemouth-Manchester United 1:0, Liverpool-Villa 1:0 - Walla! sport


Highlights: Manchester United beat Bournemouth 1:0. Tottenham lost 3-1 to Brentford and could be without a Conference League ticket. Manchester City host Chelsea on Sunday and need an Arsenal stumble. Liverpool play Aston Villa, who beat Tottenham last week. Fulham play Crystal Palace, who won 0-3 in the first round at Craven Cottage. Arsenal play Nottingham Forest, who have yet to guarantee their stay in the Premier League and are two points ahead of Leeds and two points above the relegation zone.

The battle for a Champions League spot: Liverpool need a win and hope United stumble in the match. Tottenham lost to Brentford 3-1 and could stay out of Europe

Recap: Tottenham Hotspur vs Brentford 3:1 (Sport1)

The 37th hole in the Premier League gets underway on Saturday and Manchester City may celebrate their third consecutive title before playing themselves. For that to happen, Pep Guardiola and his players, who host Chelsea on Sunday, need an Arsenal stumble when they host Nottingham Forest, who have yet to guarantee their stay. Also on Saturday, Manchester United and Liverpool will continue to fight for their ticket to the Champions League, Tottenham lost 3-1 to Brentford and could even be without a Conference League ticket.

Another stumble and City could celebrate a third consecutive title. Saka (Photo by Getty Images, Julian Finney)

Bournemouth vs Manchester United 1:0 (1st half)

Manchester United have experienced a decline in recent weeks, but recovered from two consecutive defeats with a 0-2 win over Wolves to cling to Newcastle third in the table, then three points behind after the Magpies ran over Brighton in Thursday night's finale. Marcus Rashford was absent this time due to illness and Anthony Martial in the squad, while Alejandro Garnacho, who scored the winning goal in extra time against Wolves, is again waiting on the bench.

Minute 9: Goal! Casemiro made a move into the area, the Bournemouth defence got tangled up and the Brazilian kicked close, at half-time, into the top net. 0:1 to Manchester United.

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Liverpool vs Aston Villa 1:0 (1 half)

Seven consecutive wins, including the last three "on zero", have put the Maitreads back in contention for the Champions League. They may need a Newcastle and/or Manchester United stumble, but Liverpool can certainly fantasize about finishing fourth if they continue the momentum against Aston Villa, who beat Tottenham last week and are still fighting for tickets to the Europa League or the conference.

Fans at Anfield waved farewell

signs in the 22nd minute: Watkins was sent off for a deep ball and Konate tripped it wide. Watkins himself kicked the penalty flat and out. Still 0-0.

Liverpool fans bid farewell to James Milner (Photo: Reuters)

Squeezed a penalty, and missed it with a kick out. Watkins (Photo: Reuters)

Tottenham Hotspur vs Brentford 3:1

The Roosters are sliding from Dahi to Dahi and could be without a European campaign next season, with the ticket to the Conference League no longer hanging on them at the moment. Harry Kane did score with a fantastic free-kick in the seventh minute, but the loose visitors turned things around in the second half. Brian Mbomo subdued Fraser Forster with a sharp kick (50), completed a pair after Aaron Hickey (62) and two minutes later also cooked for Ioan Wissa who started in place of the suspended Ivan Toney for eight months.

Provided a show at the lunchtime game. Brian Ambomo (Photo by Getty Images, Chloe Knott - Danehouse)

Fulham FC vs Crystal Palace 0:0 (1 half)

Fulham's final home game of the season brings them together with city rivals Crystal Palace. Manor Solomon is not starting this time either, in what may be his last home game at Craven Cottage given that he is on loan to the club and it is unclear whether he will continue with the team next season. Crystal Palace have lost their last two away games and will try to get sporting revenge against Fulham, who won 0-3 in the first round.

His last game at Craven Cottage? Solomon (Photo by Getty Images, James Williamson - AMA)

Wolves vs Everton 0:0 (1st half)

Wolves have won all of their last four games at home, scoring six goals and not conceding, and will be hoping not to spoil their record in their final home game of the season. For the Toffees, it is a crucial game, as a win might ensure the team stays in the league - Sean Ditch's side are a point ahead of Leeds and two points ahead of Leicester below the red line and will only play on Sunday and Monday respectively. However, Wolves had won all three previous meetings with Everton, including 1-2 in the first round at Goodison Park.

Arsenal will try to recover from the latest humiliation (Photo: Reuters)

Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal (19.30pm, Sport1)

Mikel Arteta and his players have been at the top of the Premier League for most of the season, but just four wins in their last nine matches have allowed Manchester City to clinch top spot. Following the humiliating 3-0 defeat to Brighton on Sunday, another Arsenal stumble will be enough for Manchester City to officially win the title at home against Chelsea tomorrow. Gabriel Martinelli will be absent and Leandro Trossard is expected to start for Arsenal. Nottingham, who are 16th in the table, have yet to guarantee their stay, but depend on themselves and only in the event of a loss can they find themselves below the line on the eve of the season-ending round. In the first round, she snatched a quintet from Arsenal.

  • English League 2022/23

    1Manchester City35274431-9285
    4Manchester United35206941-5166
    8Aston Villa361761344-4857
    12Crystal Palace3611101546-3743
    15West Ham United361071952-3837
    16Nottingham Forest368101867-3634
    19Leicester City36862267-4930

Other matches of the 37th round of the Premier League

West Ham United vs Leeds (Sunday, 15.30pm, Sport1)Brighton vs Southampton (16pm, Sport00)Manchester City vs Chelsea (2pm, Sport18)Newcastle vs Leicester (Monday, 00pm, Sport1)

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