Premier League Review- Matchweek 37 (Season 2021/22)

Facts and Figures

Goals Scored: There were 36 goals in 12 matches.
Clean Sheets: Two out of 24 times a team that played kept a clean sheet.
Draws: There were six draws in 12 matches!
Matchweek 37 (In a Nutshell): In Matchweek 37 I correctly predicted the results in four out of 12 matches. In one out of six matches, where a team claimed three points the winning team had less possession than their opponents! Find out what else transpired in Matchweek 37.

Teams that didn’t play a game in Matchweek 37

Manchester United

Teams that played once in Matchweek 37

Arsenal, Brentford, Brighton and Hove Albion, Chelsea, Leeds United, Liverpool, Manchester City, Newcastle United, Norwich City, Southampton, Tottenham, Watford, West Ham, Wolves

Teams that have played twice in Matchweek 37

Aston Villa, Burnley, Crystal Palace, Everton, Leicester City

Sunday Game One of Matchweek 37- (Perth Time- 15/05/2022)

Tottenham (1) v Burnley (0)
Spurs Simply Too Good
Facts and Figures: Tottenham had 68.3% possession and eight shots on target to Burnley’s one.
Pivotal Moment: Harry Kane of Tottenham scored a penalty in first half stoppage time.
Tottenham Game Changer: Harry Kane
Burnley Game Changer: Nick Pope

Sunday Game Two of Matchweek 37- (Perth Time- 15/05/2022)

Aston Villa (1) v Crystal Palace (1)
Villa and Palace Share the Points
Facts and Figures: Aston Villa had 48.4% possession. Both teams had four shots on target.
Pivotal Moment: Jeffrey Schlupp of Crystal Palace scored the equaliser in the 81st minute. The assist was provided by Marc Guéhi.
Aston Villa Game Changer: Ollie Watkins
Crystal Palace Game Changer: Marc Guéhi

Saturday Game Three of Matchweek 37- (Perth Time- 15/05/2022)

Leeds United (1) v Brighton and Hove Albion (1)
Leeds Claim What May be a Crucial Point
Facts and Figures: Leeds United had 50.3% possession and five shots on target to Brighton and Hove Albion’s six.
Pivotal Moment: Pascal Struijk scored the equaliser for Leeds United in the 92nd minute. The assist was provided by Joe Gelhardt.
Leeds United Game Changer: Pascal Struijk
Brighton and Hove Albion Game Changer: Robert Sánchez

Saturday Game Four of Matchweek 37- (Perth Time- 15/05/2021)

Watford (1) v Leicester City (5)
Leicester City Leave Watford Thinking What a Pity!
Facts and Figures: Leicester City had 59.5% possession and seven shots on target to Watford’s five.
Pivotal Moment: James Maddison scored the equaliser in the 18th minute. The assist was provided by Youri Tielemans.
Watford Game Changer: None
Leicester City Game Changers: James Maddison, Jamie Vardy

Sunday Game Five of Matchweek 37- (Perth Time- 15/05/2022)

West Ham (2) v Manchester City (2)
Both Teams Claim What Could be a Crucial Point
Facts and Figures: West Ham had 21.8% possession and two shots on target to Manchester City’s eight.
Pivotal Moment: Jack Grealish of Manchester City made the deficit one goal in the 49th minute. The assist was provided by Rodri. Jarrod Bowen of West Ham scored a brace in the first half!
West Ham Game Changer: Jarrod Bowen
Manchester City Game Changer: Jack Grealish

Sunday Game Six of Matchweek 37- (Perth Time- 15/05/2022)

Wolves (1) v Norwich City (1)
Wolves Drop Two Points
Facts and Figures: Wolves had 64% possession and four shots on target to Norwich City’s two.
Pivotal Moment: Teemu Pukki of Norwich City broke the deadlock in the 37th minute. The assist was provided by Max Aarons.
Wolves Game Changer: Rayan Aït-Nouri
Norwich City Game Changer: Teemu Pukki

Sunday Game Seven of Matchweek 37- (Perth Time- 15/05/2022)

Everton (2) v Brentford (3)
Everton Get Outclassed by Brentford
Facts and Figures: Brentford had 72.5% possession and seven shots on target to Everton’s five.
Pivotal Moment: Jarrad Branthwaite of Everton was shown a red card in the 18th minute.
Everton Game Changer: Richarlison
Brentford Game Changer: Christian Eriksen

Tuesday Game Eight of Matchweek 37- (Perth Time- 17/05/2022)

Newcastle United (2) v Arsenal (0)
Howe Outcoaches Arteta
Facts and Figures: Newcastle United had 50.6% possession and four shots on target to Arsenal’s two.
Pivotal Moment: The deadlock was broken by Newcastle United due to Arsenal’s defender Benjamin White scoring an own goal in the 55th minute.
Newcastle United Game Changer: Bruno Guimarães
Arsenal Game Changer: Aaron Ramsdale

Tuesday Game Nine of Matchweek 37- (Perth Time- 17/05/2022)

Southampton (1) v Liverpool (2)
Title Race Alive, just!
Facts and Figures: Liverpool had 70.9% possession and five shots on target to Southampton’s two.
Pivotal Moment: Takumi Minamino of Liverpool scored the equaliser in the 27th minute. The assist was provided by Diogo Jota.
Southampton Game Changer: Nathan Redmond
Liverpool Game Changers: Joel Matin, Takumi Minamino

Friday Game Ten of Matchweek 37- (Perth Time- 18/05/2022)

Everton (3) v Crystal Palace (2)
Everton Ensure NO RELEGATION!
Facts and Figures: Everton had 43% possession and six shots on target to Crystal Palace’s five. Everton now sit four points above the relegation zone with one game to go; THEY CAN’T GET RELEGATED!
Pivotal Moment: Richarlison of Everton equalised as he made the score 2-all in the 75th minute.
Everton Game Changer: Richarlison
Crystal Palace Game Changer: Jean-Phillipe Mateta

Friday Game 11 of Matchweek 37- (Perth Time- 20/05/2022)

Aston Villa (1) v Burnley (1)
Burnley Out of Relegation Zone on Goal Difference!
Facts and Figures: Aston Villa had 71.3% possession and nine shots on target to Burnley’s five. Burnley now sit in 17th place, above the relegation zone, where Leeds United are, on goal difference.
Pivotal Moment: Ashley Barnes of Burnley scored a penalty in the 45th minute.
Aston Villa Game Changer: John McGinn
Burnley Game Changer: Nick Pope

Friday Game 12 of Matchweek 37- (Perth Time- 20/05/2022)

Chelsea (1) v Leicester City (1)
Chelsea Dominate, but only Claim a Point
Facts and Figures: Chelsea had 67.2% possession and seven shots on target to Leicester City’s one.
Pivotal Moment: Marcos Alonso of Chelsea scored an equaliser in the 34th minute. The assist was provided by Reece James.
Chelsea Game Changer: Marcos Alonso
Leicester City Game Changer: James Maddison

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