Premier League, final round tomorrow: City and Arsenal, 90 minutes for the title

Exciting last ninety minutes in the Premier League. The attention of the 38th matchday of the English championship, which will be played entirely tomorrow at 5.00 pm, will be on the Etihad Stadium where Manchester City will face West Ham and on the Emirates Stadium where Arsenal will challenge Everton. Crossroads that could be worth the title with the two teams only two points apart in the standings. In case of victory, Guardiola’s men will be crowned champions of England.

Games still open regarding qualification for the Europa League with Tottenham who, fifth and +3 on sixth place represented by Chelsea, will face the already relegated Sheffield United while Pochettino’s Blues will take the field against Bournemouth.

THE 38th DAY
Arsenal-Everton
Brentford-Newcastle
Brighton-Manchester United
Burnley v Nottingham Forest
Chelsea-Bournemouth
Crystal Palace v Aston Villa
Liverpool-Wolverhampton
Luton v Fulham
Manchester City-West Ham
Sheffield United-Tottenham

THE RANKING
Manchester City 88 (37 games played) – In the Champions League
Arsenal 86 points (37) – In the Champions League
Liverpool 79 (37) – In the Champions League
Aston Villa 68 (37) – In the Champions League
Tottenham 63 (37)
Chelsea 60 (37)
Newcastle 57 (37)
Manchester United 57 (37)
West Ham 52 (37)
Bournemouth 48 (37)
Brighton 48 (37)
Wolves 46 (37)
Crystal Palace 46 (37)
Fulham 44 (37)
Everton 40 (37)*
Brentford 39 (37)
Nottingham Forest 30 (37)**
Luton 26 (37, relegated to Championship)
Burnley 24 (37, relegated to the Championship)
Sheffield United 16 (37, relegated to Championship)

* 8 penalty points
** 4 penalty points