In the penultimate weekend of the 23/24 Premier League season, last year’s champions Manchester City travelled to Fulham, Tottenham Hotspur welcomed Burnley and Chelsea visited The City Ground. Let’s take a look at all the results.

Fulham 0-4 Manchester City

City regained top spot away at Craven Cottage with a 4-0 win over Fulham. Goals from Gvardiol, Foden and Alvarez earned all 3 points. City will not wait to see how Arsenal get on at Old Trafford on Sunday, but it looks like the title race will go to the final weekend.

Bournemouth 1-2 Brentford

In a game that saw all the action in the final 10 minutes, Brentford ran out 2-1 winners at the Vitality Stadium. Wissa gave The Bees a late lead in the 86th minute but Bournemouth would equalise just 3 minutes later through Senesi. Brentford took all 3 points in the 95th minute after Mbuemo scored putting them just 1 point behind Everton in 16th spot.

Everton 1-2 Sheffield United

Everton have been in great form towards the end of the season, adding a 1-0 win against bottom of the league Sheffield United. A goal from Calvert-Lewin was enough to seal the 3 points and take them up to 15th place in the table.

Newcastle United 1-1 Brighton

Newcastle will qualify for the Europa League next season if they can take any points from Manchester United on the final day. A 1-1 draw with Brighton sees The Magpies stay in 6th position just 3 points ahead of Manchester United. A goal from Veltman for Brighton put the Seagulls ahead, but Newcastle were able to earn a point with a goal from Longstaff just before half-time. Brighton miss out on a European spot for next season.

Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 Burnley

Spurs still have a chance of Champions League football next season but they will have to hope that Aston Villa drop points in their final two games and that they’re able to pick up points against City and Sheffield United. Tottenham were able to beat Burnley at home after going behind to a goal from Bruun Larsen. Pedro Porro and van de Ven earned 3 points for Spurs at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

West Ham United 3-1 Luton Town

Luton were all but confirmed to be relegated after a 3-1 defeat to West Ham on Saturday. They find themselves 3 points behind Nottingham Forest but with a huge amount of goal difference needed to save themselves from relegation. Luton took an early lead with a goal from Sambi Lokonga in the 6th minute. West Ham fought back to take all 3 points after goals from Ward-Prowse, Soucek and Earthy. West Ham remain in 9th spot with a new manager to take over next season.

Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-3 Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace continued their incredible form in the league, earning 3 points away to Wolves. Goals from Olise, Mateta and Eze secured the points with a consolation goal from Matheus Cunha for Wolves in the 66th minute. Both teams are on 46 points in the league with Palace in 12th and Wolves in 13th.

Nottingham Forest 2-3 Chelsea

Chelsea look to have secured European football for next season after putting together an excellent run of results. Goals from Mudryk, Sterling and Jackson were enough to secure a 3-2 victory against Nottingham Forest who appear to be safe from relegation after Luton’s defeat. Chelsea are in 7th position and could go above Newcastle United if results go their way.

Manchester United 0-1 Arsenal

Arsenal will take the title race to the final day of the season after a 1-0 away at Old Trafford. A single goal from Trossard was enough to earn all 3 points and The Gunners will be hoping their local rivals Tottenham can do them a favour when they meet City on Tuesday night. Arsenal are currently 1 point ahead of City, but The Citizens have 2 games in hand.

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