Tottenham Hotspur have just ended another progressive season after putting pressure on Chelsea and very much being the best of the rest.
There was a fairy tale ending for Spurs as they finished their 118 year association with the old White Hart Lane ground in style, dispatching a weakened United team and bouncing back from last week’s disappointing result at West Ham with a 2-1 victory.
Liverpool’s clash with West Ham was billed as a must-win game for Jurgen Klopp’s side, and in games of this magnitude it is your best players who arise to the occasion. On Sunday, for Liverpool that man was Philippe Coutinho.
Crystal Palace secured their Premier League safety in emphatic fashion today as their 4-0 drubbing of Hull confirmed that the Tigers will be spending next season in the Championship.
The meeting of Manchester City and Leicester in the Saturday lunch time kick-off was a thrilling encounter, both sides displaying their attacking abilities in a fixture that proved to be packed full of pace and end to end attacks. For the duration of the 90 minutes, the team momentums changed continuously in a match that wasn’t short of talking points.
Chelsea clinched their fifth Premier League title in nervy fashion as a Michy Batshuayi goal secured a 1-0 win over West Bromwich Albion.
Arsenal visit the Potteries in the Saturday tea-time fixture for a clash that has begun to haunt the nightmares of Arsene Wenger and Arsenal fans alike.
When Arsene Wenger came to North London in 1996 it signalled the beginning of a new era for not only Arsenal, but English football as a whole.
West Ham will be brimming with confidence after shutting out London rivals Spurs last week and claiming the 3 points: ending Tottenham’s title challenge and leaving Chelsea on the brink of glory.