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Premier League: How to watch Arsenal vs Man United and all Matchweek 34 games

April 22, 2022 By Oscar Rojas
Crucial games are set to be played this weekend in the English Premier League, and this preview will help you keep an eye on all of them.

We will be in for another interesting weekend of games in the Premier League, with the title race and the top four spots up for grabs among seven teams that could finish in European competition spots.

The weekend will kick off with a crucial match between fifth-placed Arsenal and the struggling Manchester United. A loss for the Gunners would give the Red Devils new life in their quest to finish among the top four but a loss for Ralf Rangnick's side would almost condemn them to play in the Europa League next season...if they are lucky enough to beat West Ham to that spot.

Later that day, Manchester City will welcome Watford at the Etihad trying to re-enact some of their best matches in recent times, where they have beaten the Hornets 8-0 and 6-0 in their last two visits. To put an end to a busy Saturday, Brentford will host Tottenham, the last member of the top four club and who would benefit from a draw between Arsenal and Manchester United to give them some cushion in the race to finish among the league leaders.

On Sunday, fans will get to witness the Merseyside Derby between Liverpool and Everton. The Reds could keep their good run towards the title, and in the event of a win, they could see their inner city rivals struggling even more in weeks to come to avoid relegation.

Here is how things look in the Premier League ahead of this weekend's round of matches.

Premier League Top 5 ahead of Matchday 34

Manchester City are one point ahead of Liverpool in the title race, with both teams still with a game in hand that could be decisive to determine the winner. Chelsea are third with 62 points and two games in hand, although winning every match would not get them closer to the crown. Tottenham and Arsenal are level with 57 points, but Conte's men have a better goal difference than Arteta's team, giving them an edge in the race to play Champions League football.

Premier League - Top games to watch on Matchday 34

English Premier League - Who's in and who's out?

Arsenal: Injured: Thomas Partey, Kieran Tierney. Edinson Cavani. Doubtful: Takehiro Tomiyasu.

Chelsea: Injured: Mateo Kovacic, Ben Chilwell, Callum Hudson-Odoi, Antonio Rüdiger. Doubtful: Ross Barkley, Andreas Christensen.

Liverpool: Injured: Roberto Firmino.

Manchester City: Injured: Kyle Walker. Doubtful: Nathan Ake, John Stones. Ineligible: Benjamin Mendy.

Manchester United: Injured: Fred, Paul Pogba, Edinson Cavani, Luke Shaw. Doubtful: Raphael Varane. Ineligible: Mason Greenwood.

Tottenham: Injured: Matt Doherty, Japhet Tanganga, Oliver Skipp.

West Ham: Injured: Kurt Zouma, Issa Diop, Angelo Ogbonna. 

Premier League Matchday 34 fixtures


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