Premier League 2019/20- Matchweek 33 Review

Facts and Figures

Goals Scored: 26 goals= 2.6 goals per game
Clean Sheets: 7 out of 20 teams, which equates to 35% of teams not letting in a goal.
Teams that Scored: 13 teams scored 26 goals, which is an average of 2 goals per team.
Draws: There were 2 draws, which meant that 20% of games were draws.
Matchweek 33 (In a Nutshell): It was an intriguing Matchweek 33 with every game having at least 1 goal scored in it. The race for the top 4 and top 6 is getting close to the finish line!

Saturday Games (My Review)

Norwich City (0) v Brighton (1)- Norwich City had 58% possession yet lost the game.
Leicester City (3) v Crystal Palace (0)- Jamie Vardy scored a brace late in the game, that was tight, particularly in the 1st half.
Manchester United (5) v Bournemouth (2)- Manchester Won the game 5 goals to 2, despite trailing 1-nil! Manchester United had 4 different goal scorers.

Sunday Games (My Review)

Wolverhampton Wanderers (0) v Arsenal (2)- Wolverhampton had 51.9% possession, but lost!
Chelsea (3) v Watford (0)- Chelsea controlled the game claiming a deserved win!
Burnley (1) v Sheffield United (1)- It was a tight, tough contest with a draw a fair result.
Newcastle United (2) v West Ham (2)- West Ham had 42.6% possession, but had a total of 7 shots on target to Newcastle United’s 4.
Liverpool (2) v Aston Villa (0)- Liverpool may have won the game 2-nil, but they only had 3 shots on target to Aston Villa’s 2.

Monday Game (My Review)

Southampton (1) v Manchester City (0)- Manchester City will have to do plenty wrong to finish outside of the top 2. As it stands, they sit 8 points ahead of 3rd placed Leicester City. Manchester City mathematically can’t win the Premier League. What do the players have to play for if they have a long term contract? Nothing apart from avoiding injury!

Tuesday Game (My Review)

Tottenham Hotspur (1) v Everton (0)- Possession was just about even between the 2 teams. There was a total of 5 shots on target with the 2 teams combined. It took an own goal by Michael Keane in the 1st half for Tottenham to get all 3 points.

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