With just two more rounds of fixtures left to be played in the 2021/22 Premier League season, the title race is still far from over, with Manchester City and Liverpool still battling it out for the top spot.
Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur are also still battling it out for the fourth spot.
How things stand
In this thread, we shall be covering all Matchweek 37 fixtures. Join the discussion and share your views on the various matches.
Premier League 2021/22 fixtures, gameweek 37 (all times BST)
Sunday, May 15
1200 | Tottenham vs Burnley
1400 | Leeds vs Brighton
1400 | Wolves vs Norwich
1400 | West Ham vs Man City
1400 | Watford vs Leicester
1400 | Aston Villa vs Crystal Palace
1630 | Everton vs Brentford
Monday, May 16
2000 | Newcastle vs Arsenal
Tuesday, May 17
1945 | Southampton vs Liverpool
Thursday, May 19
1945 | Everton vs Crystal Palace
2000 | Aston Villa vs Burnley
2000 | Chelsea vs Leicester
A stacked Sunday schedule
Harry kane made no mistake from the spot!!
Tottenham 1-0 Burnley FT:
Spurs leapfrog Arsenal into fourth place.
23 - Including shoot-outs, Harry Kane has converted each of his last 23 penalty attempts in all competitions for Spurs since having an attempt saved against Liverpool in February 2018 (Loris Karius). Mastered.
Harry Kane’s Premier League record against Burnley:
Almost guaranteed to be involved.
Four of the last five matches between Spurs and Burnley have ended 1-0. Antonio Conte’s side on the right end of the scoreline today.
HALF-TIME PL SCORES
Aston Villa 0-0 Crystal Palace
Leeds 0-1 Brighton
Watford 1-2 Leicester
West Ham 2-0 Man City
Wolves 0-1 Norwich
FULL-TIME Watford 1-5 Leicester
A rampant Leicester display as they leave Vicarage Road with the win
FULL-TIME Wolves 1-1 Norwich
Rayan Ait-Nouri’s header cancels out Teemu Pukki’s opener securing a point for the hosts
FULL-TIME West Ham 2-2 Man City
Lukasz Fabianski denies Man City victory after saving a late Riyad Mahrez penalty
FULL-TIME Aston Villa 1-1 Crystal Palace
Ollie Watkins’ opener was cancelled out by Jeffrey Schlupp and it’s a point apiece at Villa Park
The battle for survival in the premier league is going down the wire🐯
Pep wasn’t happy with Antonio giving his defenders such a tough game
Fabianski saves an 86th minute penalty against Man City to keep Liverpool’s title hopes alive
Spurs jump into fourth with a two-point lead before Arsenal head to Newcastle on Monday.
The fight for UCL football goes down to the last game of the season 🍿
Newcastle vs Arsenal
The Gunners have one target in mind; to win their remaining two games of the season. They have a history of succumbing under pressure, and this is a similar situation where they have to produce results. Failure to do so would mean that they may not be able to qualify for next season’s Champions League.
With Tottenham winning their tie against Burnley, it has taken them two points above Arsenal into fourth. The Gunners will have to win against Newcastle United to restore their one-point cushion. It is a litmus test for manager Mikel Arteta as he looks to take the team back into Europe after not featuring in any continental competition this term.
Arsenal come into this clash at the back of a morale-sapping 3-0 defeat in the North London Derby. There were many questionable decisions, which Arteta rued in the post-match interviews. However, the manager will look back at their record against Newcastle United, having won eight consecutive games against the Magpies in the Premier League.
Newcastle vs Arsenal team news
Rob Holding is suspended for Arsenal, who are facing a defensive crisis given question marks over Ben White and Gabriel’s availability.
Gabriel was forced off at Tottenham after what Mikel Arteta feared was a muscle injury, while White was named on the bench for the north London derby but did not feature as he recovers from a hamstring issue.
Kieran Tierney and Thomas Partey remain sidelined.