Written byRajdeep Saha
Wolves have been superb since Premier League's resumption to pocket three successive wins.
Meanwhile, nine other games are set to take place as the week progresses.
Here's all that you need to know about gameweek 32.
Wolves required to be patient in a 1-0 win against Villa.
Leander Dendoncker scored the only goal of the match.
Wolves are only two points behind fourth-placed Chelsea, who have a game in hand.
Wolves registered their third straight clean sheet after Premier League restarted amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Wolves completed a league double over Villa for the first time since 1962-63.
Manchester United have a chance to get back their fifth position with a win against Brighton away from home.
United will go level on points with Wolves but they have a better goal difference.
The Red Devils are enjoying an unbeaten run of 14 matches.
They overcame Norwich City in the FA Cup quarter-final clash on Saturday.
Brighton have showed character of late.
Liverpool ended their 30-year wait for a league title after City lost at Chelsea.
City host Liverpool at the Etihad and will hope to overcome the current champions.
Guardiola said City will greet Liverpool and that's because the Reds deserve it.
Arsenal face bottom-placed Norwich City at home, whereas, Tottenham take on Sheffield United.
Both sides look likely to win in gameweek 32 given that Norwich have struggled in the EPL, whereas, Sheffield have struggled to find intensity post the league's resumption.
If Chelsea beat West Ham, the Blues will gain more vitality in the EPL 2019-20 season.
Chelsea have done well in both their games and are the outright favorites.
They can also go third in the table if Leicester draw or lose against Everton.
The Foxes haven't been up to the mark for a while now.
Saturday: Aston Villa 0-1 Wolves.
Sunday: Watford vs Southampton (9:00 PM)
Tuesday: Palace vs Burnley (12:45 AM)
Wednesday: Brighton vs Man United (12:45 AM), Bournemouth vs Newcastle (10:30 PM), Everton vs Leicester (10:30 PM), Arsenal vs Norwich (10:30 PM)
Thursday: West Ham vs Chelsea (12:45 AM), Sheffield United vs Spurs (10:30 PM)
Friday: Man City vs Chelsea (12:45 AM)
All matches are in IST.
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