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The Premier League Continues This Weekend – EPL Round up & Match Day 37 Kick-off Time.

The Premier League continues on Match Day 37 after a week of exciting football action took place over the week on Match Day 36.

Chelsea defeated Norwich on Tuesday, 1-0 to hold tight to 3rd place on the league table - thanks to an Olivier Giroud goal at the stroke of half-time. That result kept Leicester City – who are 4 points behind the Blues at bay.

The Premier League continued on Wednesday with Burnley picking up a draw against Wolves. Raul Jimenez put Wolves forward in the 76th minute before referee, Mike Dean awarded a late penalty after consultation with the VAR at the 90th minute. Chris Wood converted from the spot to bring the game to an end at 1-1.

Who won Arsenal vs Liverpool?

Arsenal defeated Liverpool 2-1 late on Wednesday evening but the result didn’t have any meaningful impact as Arsenal remains 9th. Sadio Mane (20’) put Liverpool forward before Alexandre Lacazette (32’) equalized. Reiss Nelson (44’) extended the lead for Arsenal till referee Paul Tierney blew the final whistle.

Also, on Match Day 36, Manchester City defeated AFC Bournemouth 2-1 while Newcastle United lost to Tottenham Hotspur. David Silver (6’), Gabriel Jesus (39’) and Eric Garcia (90’) were all on the score sheet for Manchester City while David Brooks scored Bournemouth’s only goal at the 88th minute.

Harry Kane picked up a brace after he scored for spurs in the 56th and 90th minute against Newcastle. Heung-Min Son (27’) was also on the goal sheet for Spurs while Matt Ritchie (56’) scored the only goal for Newcastle.

What Time are the Premier League Matches?

Match Day 37 will continue on Saturday with only one Premier League match scheduled for the day; Norwich vs Burnley, which kicks off at 17:30 (BST).

On Sunday, Bournemouth vs Southampton is set to kick off at 14:00 (BST) while Tottenham vs Leicester City is scheduled for 16:00 (BST).

Match Day 37 will continue on Monday when Sheffield vs Everton and Brighton vs Newcastle kick-off simultaneously at 18:00 (BST). Later on, Wolves will take on Crystal Palace at the Molineux stadium at exactly 20:15 (BST).

The action will stretch on to Tuesday when Watford vs Manchester City kicks off at 18:00 (BST) while Aston Villa vs Arsenal kicks off at 20:15 (BST).

On Wednesday, Manchester United vs West Ham kicks off at 18:00 (BST) -2 hours before Liverpool vs Chelsea which is scheduled at 20:15 (BST).

Match-Day 38 on Sunday the 26th of July, 2020 will mark the last day of the Premier League for the 2019/2020 Season.