Premier League Gameweek 38

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Sunday 28 May
16:30 Arsenal vs Wolves
16:30 Aston Villa vs Brighton (Sky)
16:30 Brentford vs Man City
16:30 Chelsea vs Newcastle
16:30 Crystal Palace vs Nottingham
16:30 Everton vs Bournemouth (Sky)
16:30 Leeds vs Tottenham (BT)
16:30 Leicester vs West Ham (Sky)
16:30 United vs Fulham
16:30 Southampton vs Liverpool

 

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Come on, Bournemouth/Leicester/Leeds. Send Everton down.
 

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Relegation battle (2 out of these 3 will be relegated)
- Everton (will be safe if they win)
- Leicester (must win to have a chance)
- Leeds (must win to have a chance)

The Conference League spot
- Aston Villa (guaranteed with a win)
- Spurs (a draw will be enough if Villa lose)
- Brentford (must win to have a chance)

There's also a battle for 3rd place between us and Newcastle, but that is just symbolic..
 
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As long as we match or beat the results of the others we are fine but I still don't trust us.
 
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Relegation battle (2 out of these 3 will be relegated)
- Everton (will be safe if they win)
- Leicester (must win to have a chance)
- Leeds (must win to have a chance)

The Conference League spot
- Aston Villa (guaranteed with a win)
- Spurs (a draw will be enough if Villa lose)
- Brentford (must win to have a chance)

There's also battle for 3rd place between us and Newcastle, but that is just symbolic..
Also Chelsea could finish 14th, which would be hilarious.
 

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man chelsea were so close to joining that relegation battle. Wouldve been hilarious to see them 3-4 points away from that drop zone.
 

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Everton have this annoying knack of avoiding relegation. Is this going to be the second or third time they’ve scraped through?
 

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Oh the joys of being able to enjoy a Prem weekend without stressing about the result! Have fun all :lol:
 

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Come on, Bournemouth/Leicester/Leeds. Send Everton down.
You have a guaranteed 4 points out of 6 vs Everton every season and want that to end. Bit odd.

Relegation battle (2 out of these 3 will be relegated)
- Everton (will be safe if they win)
- Leicester (must win to have a chance)
- Leeds (must win to have a chance)

The Conference League spot
- Aston Villa (guaranteed with a win)
- Spurs (a draw will be enough if Villa lose)
- Brentford (must win to have a chance)

There's also a battle for 3rd place between us and Newcastle, but that is just symbolic..
Will be an interesting last day. I can even see Everton/Leicester/Leeds all winning today and Everton surviving that way.

The race for ECL spot is interesting as well - Brentford could beat City who have nothing to play for and if both Villa and Spurs fail to win which isn't impossible at all, Brentford qualify for Europe.

Hope Chelsea can have a decent performance at Bridge and get at least a draw vs Newcastle which would be enough for us to finish 3rd.
 

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Other battle I've got my eye on, Newcastle to beat Chelsea and West Ham to beat Leicester. Both likely. Will mean Chelsea finish as bottom London club. Being a Londoner myself this interests me. :D

I know that means Everton stay up but like mentioned above we keep our guaranteed 6 points intact.
 

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Subs: Turner, Walters, Tierney, Holding, Bandeira, Smith Rowe, Fábio Vieira, Nelson, Nketiah

WOL: Sá, Kilman, Collins, Semedo, Bueno, Matheus, Lemina, Adama, João Gomes, Hwang, Jiménez
Subs: Bentley, Toti, Dawson, Aït-Nouri, Sarabia, Neves, Hodge, Traoré, Cunha

AVL: Martínez, Konsa, Digne, Cash, Mings, Bailey, McGinn, Ramsey, Kamara, Douglas Luiz, Watkins
Subs: Olsen, Chambers, Diego Carlos, Revan, Young, Buendía, Dendoncker, Patterson, Traoré

BHA: Steele, Colwill, Veltman, Ayari, Webster, Groß, Enciso, Undav, Mac Allister, Buonanotte, Ferguson
Subs: McGill, Estupiñán, Dunk, Van Hecke, Gilmour, Caicedo, Hinshelwood, Mitoma, Welbeck

BRE: Raya, Mee, Henry, Pinnock, Hickey, Onyeka, Damsgaard, Janelt, Mbeumo, Zanka, Wissa
Subs: Strakosha, Stevens, Ajer, Roerslev, Trevitt, Baptiste, Dasilva, Schade, Ghoddos

MCI: Ederson, Aké, Walker, Laporte, Phillips, Foden, Lewis, Sergio Gómez, Palmer, Álvarez, Mahrez
Subs: Ortega, Stones, Rodri, Charles, Bernardo, Gündogan, Robertson, Knight, Haaland

CHE: Arrizabalaga, Chalobah, Thiago Silva, Hall, Azpilicueta, Gallagher, Loftus-Cheek, Enzo, Madueke, Sterling, Havertz
Subs: Mendy, Koulibaly, W.Fofana, Ziyech, Pulisic, Kovacic, Chukwuemeka, Mudryk, João Félix

NEW: Martin Dúbravka, Trippier, Schär, Botman, Targett, Bruno Guimarães, Anderson, Gordon, Isak, Almirón, Saint-Maximin
Subs: Karius, Mark Gillespie, Ashby, Dummett, Lewis, Burn, Miley, Murphy, Wilson

CRY: Johnstone, Mitchell, Andersen, Ward, Guéhi, Olise, J.Ayew, Hughes, Eze, C.Doucouré, Odsonne Édouard
Subs: Whitworth, Clyne, Richards, Adaramola, Ahamada, Riedewald, Sambi, McArthur, Mateta

NFO: Hennessey, Worrall, Boly, Niakhaté, Mangala, Renan Lodi, Yates, Aurier, Johnson, Gibbs-White, Awoniyi
Subs: G.Shelvey, Toffolo, Kouyaté, Lingard, Freuler, Dennis, Surridge, A.Ayew, Mighten

EVE: Pickford, Mina, Coady, McNeil, Tarkowski, A.Doucouré, Gueye, Garner, Onana, Gray, Iwobi
Subs: Lonergan, Asmir Begovic, Holgate, Keane, Welch, McAllister, Maupay, Simms

BOU: Travers, Senesi, Kelly, Zabarnyi, Smith, Ouattara, Billing, Brooks, Lerma, Christie, Solanke
Subs: Randolph, Stephens, Viña, Stacey, Mepham, Cook, Anthony, Moore, Sadi

LEE: Robles, Ayling, Wöber, Struijk, Kristensen, McKennie, Forshaw, Koch, Cooper, Harrison, Rodrigo
Subs: Meslier, Chilokoa-Mullen, Firpo, Aaronson, Roca, Summerville, Gnonto, Rutter, Greenwood

TOT: Forster, Davies, Lenglet, Sánchez, Emerson Royal, Son, Skipp, Pedro Porro, Bissouma, Kane, Kulusevski
Subs: Austin, Tanganga, Abbott, Craig, Danjuma, Sarr, Lucas Moura, Yago Alonso, Richarlison

LEI: Iversen, Faes, Evans, Thomas, Castagne, Maddison, Barnes, Tielemans, Dewsbury-Hall, Soumaré, Iheanacho
Subs: Smithies, Ricardo, Amartey, Souttar, Praet, Mendy, Vardy, Tetê, Daka

WHU: Fabianski, Aguerd, Cresswell, Kehrer, Coufal, Downes, Rice, Paquetá, Fornals, Benrahma, Antonio
Subs: Alphonse Aréola, Ogbonna, Zouma, Emerson, Soucek, Lanzini, Cornet, Bowen, Ings

MUN: De Gea, Dalot, Malacia, Lindelöf, Maguire, Casemiro, Fernandes, Fred, Sancho, Garnacho, Rashford
Subs: Butland, Wan-Bissaka, Shaw, Varane, Pellistri, Eriksen, McTominay, Weghorst, Martial

FUL: Leno, Tosin, Robinson, Tete, Diop, Cairney, Palhinha, Wilson, Lukic, Willian, Aleksandar Mitrovic
Subs: Rodák, Cédric, Reed, Kebano, James, Dibley-Dias, De Cordova-Reid, Solomon, Vinícius

SOU: McCarthy, Bednarek, Lyanco, Bree, Walker-Peters, Lavia, Ward-Prowse, Elyounoussi, Walcott, Kamaldeen, Alcaraz
Subs: Bazunu, Caleta-Car, Livramento, S.Armstrong, Doyle, Aribo, Samuel Amo-Ameyaw, Ballard, A.Armstrong

LIV: Kelleher, Tsimikas, Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Gomez, Milner, Fabinho, Jones, Diogo Jota, Salah, Firmino
Subs: Adrián, R.Williams, Konaté, Elliott, Henderson, Arthur, Carvalho, Gakpo, Luis Díaz
 

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Any game in particular that would be most interesting for an outsider? Seems like most of the table is already settled. 7th for conference league and relegation seems the only thing in play.
 

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Any game in particular that would be most interesting for an outsider? Seems like most of the table is already settled. 7th for conference league and relegation seems the only thing in play.
The relegation battle is definitely the most interesting aspect of today. Two out of Everton, Leicester, and Leeds will be relegated. All three play at home.
 

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Any game in particular that would be most interesting for an outsider? Seems like most of the table is already settled. 7th for conference league and relegation seems the only thing in play.
Villa vs Brighton for entertainment. Both play good football, in Brighton’s case the best football in the country.

Leeds vs Spurs for different kind of entertainment. Could be anything from a big win for either team to a 4-4 or something. Bonus points for hopefully seeing the scum go down.
 

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EVE: Pickford, Mina, Coady, McNeil, Tarkowski, A.Doucouré, Gueye, Garner, Onana, Gray, Iwobi
What the feck is this? 3 CBs 4 centre mids and 3 wingers.

This must be the Dyche equivalent of when Pep goes mental and plays 8 centre mids or whatever.
 

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It'll be a boring final day. Leicester and Leeds will lose as usual and Everton will stay up by the skin of their teeth again
 

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I want Everton to go down just because of that tool Jordan Pickford. But Leeds going down would be hilarious. Torn.
 

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Leicester should walk this. Moyesy doing them a favour as expected