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Premier League – Games to watch in Round 35

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Check out our preview of the 35th Premier League round, as we name the most interesting three games to watch in the following weekend.

With Gameweek 34 done and dusted, the Premier League is now entering into its final four rounds of the 2019-20 campaign.

There are a few interesting games ahead of us, including a big London derby at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Ronaldo.com has listed the three games from the following action in top-flight English football that is expected to have a massive impact on the final standings this season.

Sheffield United vs Chelsea

Sheffield United will welcome Chelsea at the Bramall Lane on Saturday afternoon in what should be a final chance for the Blades to enter the race for Champions League football next season.

A last-minute winner from John Egan against Wolverhampton kept Chris Wilder’s side eight points behind fourth-placed Leicester City and nine behind their next opponents.

Chelsea also noted a victory last time out, beating Crystal Palace 3-2 at Selhurst Park. The Blues are playing in top form, as they’ve won five of the six games they’ve played since the return of football in England.

Tottenham vs Arsenal

Jose Mourinho will host his old rivals, Arsenal in the upcoming North London derby between his Spurs side and the Gunners.

Both teams earned only a point in Gameweek 34, blowing their chances for a place in the Champions League next season.

However, the derby between Tottenham and Arsenal is one of the most thrilling and exciting games of English football, and believe us, you don’t want to miss this one.

Manchester United vs Southampton

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s flying Red Devils host another side that’s paying in good form – Southampton in the final game of the round on Monday evening.

United thrashed Aston Villa 3-0 in their most recent Premier League outing, becoming the first side in the history of the lead that won four consecutive games by at least a three-goal margin.

Southampton, on the other hand, drew 1-1 at Everton, following their big victory over Manchester City last Sunday.

With Chelsea and Leicester City playing on the round this weekend, this might be the perfect opportunity for Manchester United to finally their place in top four on the league standings.