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12 Jul 2020
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Following a thrilling set of midweek matches, we jump right back into it this weekend with Matchweek 35, highlighted by the north London Derby on Sunday.

There are a series of battles at both ends of the table that continue to heat up as we head into the home stretch.

The race for the top four continues to be a back-and-forth affair between ChelseaLeicester City and Manchester United.

Meanwhile, points continue to be hard to come by at the bottom of the table as the relegation battle plays out.

In the race for the Golden Boot, Jamie Vardy leads the way, with 22 after scoring against Arsenal, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang on his heels at 20.

Mohamed Salah and Danny Ings also both netted in midweek to bring them to 19 each.

When it comes to the Golden Glove, Nick Pope maintains the pole position with 14 clean sheets, but Alisson and Ederson are neck-and-neck with 13 apiece.

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After taking four points from matches against Chelsea and Newcastle United, West Ham United suffered defeat to Burnley on Wednesday, while Norwich City have yet to claim a point since the restart. Norwich must win to avoid relegation.

Where to Watch: Watch on NBCSN or Stream on NBC Sports

Danny Welbeck’s acrobatic bicycle kick saved the day, and potentially the season, for Watford in their midweek match against Norwich to secure their first three points since the restart. Newcastle look to bounce back following a 5-0 loss to Manchester City, in which they were missing multiple key players.

Where to Watch: Stream on NBC Sports Gold

Champions Liverpool picked up their second win in a row with a victory at Brighton & Hove Albion, powered by a Salah brace. Meanwhile, Burnley have taken 10 points out of a possible 15 since the restart. Can they hold the Reds and continue their climb up the table?

Where to Watch: Watch on NBCSN or Stream on NBC Sports

A last-gasp winner over Wolverhampton Wanderers powered promoted Sheffield United up to seventh. Meanwhile, Christian Pulisic continues to be the talisman for Chelsea since the restart, netting his third goal while drawing comparisons with Eden Hazard. Three points are vital for both sides with European aspirations.

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Man City continue to set offensive records following their 5-0 victory over Newcastle on Wednesday, in which they completed 93.7 per cent of their passes. Notably, they are the first top-flight side since Everton in 1984/85 to have five different players reach double figures for goals scored in one campaign. They travel to the south coast to take on Brighton, who maintain their position in 15th after a loss to Liverpool.

Where to Watch: Watch on NBCSN or Stream on NBC Sports

In the early match on Sunday, Wolves and Everton will be eager to reverse recent results. Following three straight wins since the restart, Wolves have dropped their last two matches and failed to score in either. Can Raul Jimenez get back on the scoresheet and re-ignite their push towards the top four?

Where to Watch: Watch on NBCSN or Stream on NBC Sports

It’s a must-win match for Aston Villa, who have stayed in 19th place since the restart. They look to jump-start their escape when they host Crystal Palace, who have lost their last four matches. The Eagles were unlucky not to get a draw at home to Chelsea in midweek and will look to turn around their fortunes.

Where to Watch: Watch on NBCSN or Stream on NBC Sports

It’s the first ever north London derby for Jose Mourinho and Mikel Arteta and the first meeting between the two teams at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Mourinho has never lost a home match against Arsenal, winning five times and drawing four.

Can the Gunners break that cycle and stay above Spurs in the table? Following midweek draws, both teams are hungry for three points.

Where to Watch: Watch on NBCSN or Stream on NBC Sports

AFC Bournemouth picked up their first point since the restart with a 0-0 draw against Spurs. If they can build upon that momentum and get three points at home against Leicester, they could go level on points with West Ham and Watford, who are 16th and 17th.

Meanwhile, the Foxes look to maintain a top-four spot and hold off a charging Man Utd side.

Where to Watch: Watch on NBC or Stream on NBC Sports

Take the afternoon off because this one should be spicy. For Southampton, Ings is a man on fire right now, with four goals since the restart to fuel his charge for the Golden Boot. Man Utd continue to be the hottest team in the league, becoming the first club in Premier League history to win four straight matches by at least three goals. Can the Red Devils continue their climb towards the top four?

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