In advance of today’s match, the current EPL table and match review

In advance of today's match, the current EPL table and match review

Brighton versus Manchester United On Sunday, Manchester United will travel to Brighton & Hove Albion at the Amex Stadium to conclude their 2023–24 Premier League campaign. While the Seagulls want to stay out of the bottom half of the table, the Red Devils still have a slim chance of making it to the European competitions. Manchester United’s miserable campaign comes to an end with this match. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

It was always going to be challenging for Brighton to match last season’s impressive sixth-place finish, especially after losing key players over the summer. Despite aiming to continue their progress under Roberto De Zerbi, injuries and a dip in form have hindered their 2023-24 season. The Seagulls have managed only three wins in their last 15 matches across all competitions, and just two in their last 12 Premier League games. They recently lost 2-1 to Chelsea despite Danny Welbeck’s late goal.

Arsenal vs Everton

A gleaming Premier League trophy awaits at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday, where a win for Arsenal over Everton could see them crowned champions. However, Arsenal’s hopes hinge on Manchester City dropping points against West Ham United. As a result, some Arsenal fans have already accepted the likelihood of finishing second again.

Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur fans experienced an unusual situation midweek. Arsenal supporters cheered for their rivals, Spurs, against Manchester City, while some Spurs fans were content with a loss. City’s 2-0 win pushed Arsenal to second place, two points behind City, making Arsenal’s title hopes dependent on City dropping points against West Ham on the final day. Arsenal must beat Everton and hope City draws to claim the title, reminiscent of their iconic 1988-89 team’s last-day triumph from second place.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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