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Premier League – Games to watch in the 37th Round

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Check out our latest round preview as we list the three most interesting games from the upcoming Premier League action.

The English Premier League will have the penultimate round of the 2019-20 campaign on the program in the next few days.

It starts on Saturday afternoon with the game between already-relegated Norwich and Burnley and will last until Wednesday evening, as we also have the FA Cup semi-finals on the schedule this weekend.

With Manchester City’s UCL ban overturned by CAS last Monday, it is now official that the fifth place on the table does not secure Champions League football next season.

This decision made the top four race even more interesting, so we’re listing the three games from Gameweek 37 that might have a big impact on that particular race.

Tottenham vs Leicester City

Jose Mourinho will have the opportunity to do a massive favor to his former two clubs – Manchester United and Chelsea, when his Spurs welcome Leicester City on Sunday afternoon.

Tottenham will also have to play for themselves though, as they are fighting for a place in the Europa League next season.

The Foxes travel to the capital on the back of a 2-0 victory over Sheffield United, which was a great response from Brendan Rodgers’ side after the humiliating 4-1 defeat at Bournemouth over the past weekend.

Manchester United vs West Ham United

Manchester United will continue their pursuit of a Champions League place on the table against their former manager David Moyes and his West Ham side.

The Red Devils earned vital three points on their visit to Selhurst Park last evening through goals from Rashford and Martial.

They have the destiny in their own hands, as a win over West Ham United and a draw at Leicester City in the final round would secure them a place in the most elite football competition next season.

Liverpool vs Chelsea

Crowned champions Liverpool welcome Chelsea in the final game of the round on Wednesday evening.

Jurgen Klopp’s Reds suffered their third defeat of the season last Wednesday, losing 2-1 to Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.

The result also ended Liverpool’s hopes for collecting record 102 points, as they have 93 on their account at the moment, with two games to go.

Chelsea travel to Anfield on the back of a narrow 1-0 win over Norwich City. The Blues did not show their best performance, but earned vital three points, that kept them in a Champions League spot on the table.