The English Premier League 2019/20 will be completed and the top 4 race will find the team deserving of the Champions League next season. And how will teams race in the last 9 rounds of Premier League this season?
Premier League will complete: How will Chelsea, MU race top 4 in the last 9 rounds?
The FA and the organizing committee of the Premier League have decided to postpone the tournament until April 30 due to the Covid-19 situation, but the season will be completed and the end of the tournament will be extended indefinitely. Although there has been informed before the tournament that will end no later than June 30, this is a very special case and requires special solutions and special adjustments.
The full 38 rounds of Premier League means that the Champions League qualifying clubs will continue their struggles this season, while Liverpool is only waiting for two more victories to secure the championship and still have a chance to broke Man City’s 100-point record for the 2017/18 season. The relegation race will also have to be determined when teams from the bottom 15 are in danger.
Liverpool championship is something that is just waiting for time, and with this decision, the championship trophy will be difficult to escape from their hands. But the top 4 race is quite intense: Chelsea in fourth place is just 3 points behind MU, while Wolves and Sheffield United are only 2 points less than MU and Sheffield has 1 game yet. Tottenham have 41 points and Arsenal have 40 points, these two teams are still not out of chance.
|Aston Villa||Tottenham||West Ham||Aston Villa||MU||Man City|
|Man City||Sheffield United||Bournemouth||Newcastle||West Ham||Brighton|
|West Ham||Brighton||Aston Villa||MU||Sheffield United||Southampton|
|Crystal Palace||Aston Villa||Sheffield United||Burnley||Bournemouth||Wolves|
|Liverpool||West Ham||Crystal Palace||Leicester City||Leicester||Liverpool|
|Wolves||Leicester City||Chelsea||Everton||Crystal Palace||Aston Villa|
In the remaining rounds of Premier League, Arsenal and Sheffield United are the teams with the heaviest schedules, Sheffield faces up to 4 teams competing for the top 4 plus the third-ranked team Leicester City, while Arsenal plays both the top 3 and Tottenham and Wolves. Tottenham is only slightly lighter when it meets MU, Sheffield, Arsenal and Leicester, while Chelsea faces Man City, Liverpool, Sheffield & Wolves.
Wolves and MU are the lightest schedules, each team only meets 3 strong opponents: MU vs Tottenham, Sheffield and Leicester, while Wolves play Arsenal, Sheffield and Chelsea. MU & Wolves’ schedule is relatively easy to breathe but Wolves often have problems in matches against weaker teams, so the opportunity will be MU’s to chase Chelsea.
MU, of course, hope on the Chelsea slipping in the remaining rounds to overcome, but they must also take care of themselves first. Scoring 27 maximum points in the last 9 rounds of Premier League is actually a workable goal, but in Premier League history only 5 teams can do this (as shown below), including 3 champions and 2 teams of Liverpool also have other titles in the season (FA Cup 2005/06 season, Champions League season 2018/19), which MU can hardly say now is comparable to the powerful teams in the past.
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