The Premier League is alive! This is how the classification remains after Arsenal’s hole


The Premier League is alive!  This is how the classification remains after Arsenal’s hole

there is Premier League. Wow if there is. He is more alive than ever after Arsenal left two important points at home to West Ham (2-2) and thus reduced their advantage against City of Manchesterwhich they beat on Saturday against Leicester.

there are only four points that separates the ‘gunners’ (74 pts) from the ‘citizens’ (70 pts) but it has a trick. Pep Guardiola’s men have a game that is underplayed Therefore, if they win, we will be talking about having only one advantage with seven games to play.

But the matter does not end there. It’s a bad time to drop points as their next league rivals are bottom club Southampton but soon after they visit the Etihad, home to Manchester City, in a clash that could decide the championship. In particular, the match will be played by both on Wednesday April 26date marked by many on the calendar.

Today, however, giant steps have also been taken towards the survival of some teams, while others have gone into serious trouble. Examples of those who breathe more slowly are Crystal Palace, Wolverhampton and Bournemouthwhile in Everton the film continues to be complicated.

But thinking positively, one of the right names in recent months is the astonville. Since the arrival of Unai Emery, the club has taken a wild turn and are now just three points away from entering the European zone. They are sixth and next up is Tottenham, who beyond that aren’t very promising.

See the full rankings here.

Source: La Verdad


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