The Premier League is back for another busy week. There are only three rounds of matches left, and this week will be important.
The weekend will begin with Chelsea hosting the Wolves at Stamford Bridge. After an unexpected defeat by Everton, the Blues will be in the obligatory match, as they are sitting with a three-point gap from Arsenal, which is in fourth place.
Nothing has changed in the Premier League table as Manchester City and Liverpool remain in the top two.
“City” is still in first place with 83 points, and “red” – 82. Both clubs have the same score of 4-0-1 in the last five matches.
It’s going to be a busy weekend, so here’s everything you need to know about Week 36:
When is the 36th round of the Premier League?
The week of the 36th round of the Premier League will begin on Saturday, May 7, and end on Sunday, May 8.
Which team ranks first in the Premier League table?
The reigning champions Manchester City still remain at number one in the table with 83 points, one point above Liverpool.
What is a departure area?
The relegation zone in the Premier League consists of the three teams with the fewest points at the end of the season. These three teams are transferred to the lower division, known as the EFL Championship, and are replaced by the top three teams in the championship division.
The current departure zone includes: Everton, Watford and Norwich City.
What are the Premier League schedule and the live broadcast schedule?
The action “Week 36” is broadcast on NBC and the US network. You can also broadcast the action on Peacock, on NBC Sports and NBCSports.com. The full schedule for each day is below:
- Saturday, May 7th
- 9:50 a.m. ET: Brantford v. Southampton – Peacock (Stream here)
- 09:50 ET: Burnley v Aston Villa – Peacock (Stream here)
- 9:50 a.m. ET: Crystal Palace vs. Watford – Peacock (Stream here)
- 10:00 a.m. ET: Chelsea vs Wolves – USA (Stream here)
- 12:30 ET: Brighton v Manchester United – NBC (Stream here)
- 14:45 ET: Liverpool vs. Tottenham – USA (Stream here)
- Sunday, May 8th
- 8:50 ET: Norwich v. West Ham – Peacock (Stream here)
- 9 a.m. ET: Arsenal v Leeds – Peacock (Stream here)
- 9 a.m. ET: Leicester City v Everton – USA (Stream here)
- 11:30 ET: Manchester City vs Newcastle – USA (Stream here)