Latest Premier League title race, Europa League qualification and relegation permutations

Latest Premier League title race, Europa League qualification and relegation permutations

Eric Munene • 17:04 - 11.05.2024

A look into the exiting nature of the premier league with a review on the league so far.

The English Premier League is one of the most popular and exciting leagues in the world, known for its fast-paced, competitive matches and high level of skill.

Other than it being the most watched football league in the world, it is also the one with the most enticing matches that have a lot at stake. In a week so many things can be decided in the league and its popularity, sends shock waves to the rest of the world.

As it stands, Manchester City are at the top of the table after winning their game against Fulham. Both City and Arsenal's second-last fixtures are against one of the big six teams in the league.

Arsenal will be hosted by Manchester United, a tough fixture that has a rich history. If Arsenal drops points in this game, the Cityzens will become champions again. Will they run over United? Or will the Red Devils pull off a stunning performance at their Theatre of Dreams?

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On the other hand, Man City will travel to Tottenham who have proven to find their way around Pep Guardiola’s men. City have only won twice in their last five games against Tottenham. The whole world, especially Arsenal fans will be on edge as they ironically support their North London rivals.

Speaking of Tottenham, after winning at home against Nottingham Forest in April, they have lost all their four games. They now wait to face Burnley, to reignite top-four hopes but Burnley will also fight to steal points from them to make a relegation survival.

Just below Tottenham, a tight battle for Europa League football continues as Chelsea bounce back up to seventh position after a long spell at 10th place. This was after two brilliant performances in their back-to-back derbies against Tottenham and West Ham respectively.

They sit behind Newcastle who have not let their foot off the gas, with two out of two wins. United is just behind Chelsea with a weak goal difference.

At the bottom of the table, Nottingham, Luton, and Burnley are all hungry for points as Sheffield’s two partners for relegation are yet to be decided. Burnley have a tough test against Tottenham and Luton travel to West Ham.

Nottingham face Chelsea at home and with a former Chelsea man as one of their prime strikers, will they be able to beat Chelsea twice? An achievement they last managed 46 years ago?

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