Premier League – Week 34 Power Rankings

The Premier League is mostly settled, and as many as five clubs could be going to Champions League next season thanks to the historic appearance of four clubs in UEFA Finals. Wolverhampton Wanderers have clinched seventh place, which could come into play for Europa League should Manchester City manage to win the FA Cup at the end of the month.

There is still a lot at stake this Sunday, however, with Manchester City going for the repeat against Brighton & Hove Albion, while Liverpool‘s title chances come down to the result there and a match against the Wolves. We also need a fourth-place club for what it’s worth, with Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur in the running coming off less than stellar runs (in league play at least).

Note: Records presented as W-D-L
Results as of matches played through 6 May 2019

RankTeamRecordLast WeekChangeTable Pos
1Q-Manchester City31-2-411
2Q-Liverpool29-7-122
3C-Chelsea21-8-841↑3
4Wolverhampton Wanderers16-9-1251↑7
5Everton15-8-1472↑8
6x-Tottenham Hotspur23-1-1333↓4
7Leicester City15-6-16619
8x-Arsenal20-7-1085
9x-Manchester United19-9-996
10Crystal Palace13-7-17111↑12
11West Ham United14-7-16121↑11
12AFC Bournemouth13-6-18142↑13
13Watford14-8-15103↓10
14Newcastle United11-9-17131↓14
15Burnley11-7-191515
16Southampton9-11-171716
17Brighton & Hove Albion9-9-19181↑17
18R-Fulham7-5-25171↓19
19R-Huddersfield Town3-6-28201↑20
20R-Cardiff City9-4-24191↓18

Q-qualified for 2019-20 Champions League group stage; x-qualified for at least a berth in the 2019-20 Europa League; R-clinched relegation to Championship for 2019-20 season

We’ll be back after the action on Sunday to take a look how the Premier League went versus our preseason predictions.

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