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🦁 Premier League standings after Matchweek 34 action

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The Premier League entered match week 33 this past weekend, leaving us with only four matches to wrap up the 2021/22 season, even though some teams have matches at hand. 
The battle for the top prize will definitely go down to the wire, with Manchester City and Liverpool still neck to neck in the race. 
Pep Guardiola’s side thumped Watford 5-1 on Saturday to temporarily open a four-point gap between them and Jurgen Klopp’s side, who were in action on Sunday. 
The Reds responded with a much-needed, hard-fought 2-0 win over Everton in a feisty Merseyside derby. 
With City ahead of Liverpool by just a point, expect nothing but drama going into the last couple of matches.  

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Battle for Champions League spots
Just like the battle at the top, the race to fill the remaining two Champions League spots, promises to go down to the wire.
Arsenal seemed to have dropped out of the race after three consecutive losses, but surprising wins against Chelsea and Manchester United seem to have reignited their quest. 
First, they smacked Thomas Tuchel’s Blues at Stamford Bridge 4-2 in midweek, before putting Ralf Rangnick’s sorry United to the sword on Saturday with a 3-1 win.
Chelsea moved to maintain distance with the chasing teams with a hard-fought 1-0 win over West Ham on Sunday to ensure they are not sucked into the battle for the European spot.  
As it stands, Chelsea and Arsenal look favourites to clinch the remaining two Champions League spots, assuming Man City and Liverpool take the first two spots. 

Relegation battle
The battle for survival on the other end of the table took a new twist as Burnley, for the first time since October, climbed out of the red zone. 
The Clarets stunned Wolves 1-0 on Sunday, a win that could spark their survival fight going into the last five matches. 
Everton found themselves in the relegation zone for the first time in over two decades following their 2-0 loss to Liverpool. 
As it stands, the Toffees join Watford and Norwich at the bottom of the table, but have a match at hand over the rest of the teams. 
Here is how the table looks like; 

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