Check out our Premier League 34th round preview, as we list the most interesting games to watch from the upcoming action of English football.
The Premier League continues in midweek, with Gameweek 34 on the schedule in the period from Tuesday to Thursday.
The new champions have already been crowned, but the Champions League and the relegation race are heating up, as we are reaching the end of the 2019-20 campaign.
Ronaldo.com has listed three games from the following action that might have a massive impact on the final table in top-flight English football.
Arsenal vs Leicester City
Arsenal will play host to third-placed Leicester City on Tuesday evening, as the Gunners are trying to keep their hopes alive for a Champions League return next season.
Mikel Arteta’s boys are heading into this encounter on the back of four successive wins in all competitions, including a 2-0 victory over Wolves at the Molineux last Saturday.
The Foxes were also victorious over the past weekend, beating Crystal Palace 3-0 at the King Power Stadium thanks to a goal from Iheanacho and a double from Jamie Vardy.
Sheffield United vs Wolves
The clash between Sheffield United and Wolverhampton is our pick as the most interesting game from Wednesday’s program of Premier League football.
With both sides looking to surprisingly get a place in the Champions League next season, this is a must-win game for either the Blades and the Wolves.
The visitors are slight favorites before this encounter, as they are playing in better form since the return of top-tier English football.
Aston Villa vs Manchester United
Struggling Aston Villa will welcome in-form Manchester United in the final game of the 34th round at Villa Park on Thursday evening.
The Red Devils will be looking to register the ninth win from their last 10 outings in all competitions and maybe finally get into top four, if the other results turn out in their favor.
Villa, on the other hand, are facing an immediate relegation in Championship, just one season after returning in top-flight.
Dean Smith’s side is sitting in the red zone and needs to start collecting points as soon as possible in order to survive in the Premier League.