EPL Table: Premier League standings after 35 matches

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With the race for the Premier League title and top four places set to wait until Sunday, there was drama at the other end of the table on Saturday.

Satturday's action may not have offered much in the way of goals, but Sunderland's relegation was confirmed as they lost 1-0 at home to Bournemouth courtesy of a late Josh King goal.

Jamie Vardy continued his red-hot run in front of goal as Leicester eased their Premier League relegation fears with a 1-0 win at West Brom.

Crystal Palace have enjoyed a stellar April with wins over Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool, but fell to a 2-0 home loss to Burnley. The Clarets earning their first away win of the season.

EPL Table | Premier League standings after Gameweek 35

Pos Team P W D L GD Pts
1 Chelsea 33 25 3 5 40 78
2 Tottenham 33 22 8 3 47 74
3 Liverpool 34 19 9 6 28 66
4 Man City 33 19 8 6 28 65
5 Man United 33 17 13 3 26 64
6 Arsenal 32 18 6 8 24 60
7 Everton 34 16 10 8 23 58
8 West Brom 34 12 8 14 -4 44
9 Southampton 32 11 8 13 -5 41
10 Bournemouth 35 11 8 16 -14 41
11 Leicester 34 11 7 16 -12 40
12 Stoke 35 10 10 15 -13 40
13 Watford 33 11 7 15 -17 40
14 Burnley 35 11 6 18 -14 39
15 West Ham 35 10 9 16 -15 39
16 Crystal Palace 35 11 5 19 -10 38
17 Hull City 35 9 7 19 -31 34
18 Swansea City 34 9 4 21 -29 31
19 Middlesbrough 34 5 12 17 -19 27
20 Sunderland 34 5 6 23 -34 21

Eldin Jakupovic's penalty save secured what could prove to be a precious point for relegation-threatened Hull as they drew 0-0 at Southampton.

Jamie Vardy continued his red-hot run in front of goal as Leicester eased their Premier League relegation fears with a 1-0 win at West Brom, while West Ham saw out a goalless draw at Stoke.

Looking ahead to Sunday's action, Chelsea face a testing trip to Everton as they close in on the Premier League title.

Should Antonio Conte's league leaders survive a meeting with former striker Romelu Lukaku, they could be seven points clear of Tottenham by the close of play if Spurs lose their final north London derby at White Hart Lane against Arsenal.

The race for the top four looks to be going down to the wire. Jose Mourinho's Manchester United are fifth and can put the pressure on Liverpool if they win their game in hand against Swansea at Old Trafford, with Jurgen Klopp's side to play at Watford on Monday night.

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