35th Premier League gameweek

35th Premier League gameweek

On Monday, the final three games of Gameweek 35 produced 21 goals. This making a Premier League record for a single day of play. More action than any other game played over the weekend was in the three goal-filled games.

With an outstanding performance against Brighton, Everton made headlines on Monday. Nobody with a clear head would have predicted the Toffees’ victory at the Amex, much less Brighton’s five-goal disaster. Sean Dyche’s efforts to stay in the Premier League received a significant boost from that outcome.

As they narrowly defeated last-place Southampton, Nottingham Forest was also embroiled in a seven-goal thriller. In a game that had its ups and downs, Danilo’s goal in the second half was enough to secure the victory. It gives Steve Cooper a much-needed boost going into the campaign’s final three games.

On the other hand, Southampton drew closer to their unavoidable relegation to the Championships. They remained in last place with 24 points scored because it would be a miracle if they could earn nine points from their remaining games and hope that one of the bottom three teams would not score any.

Mid-table Aston Villa’s slim chance of making it to Europe was effectively over after their match against Wolves. As a result, Unai Emery’s team dropped to eighth place in the standings. To return to the European places, they would need just one Tottenham or Brighton blunder.

In terms of the teams below Villa, a sort of safe bubble is forming between the eighth and the fifteenth spot. Barring any last-minute heroics from the teams below them, those teams are currently practically safe from relegation. West Ham defeated Manchester United convincingly to move to 37 points.

35th Premier League gameweek

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