I think that, in the near future, it is more likely to go towards 1.35.
In December 2019, we have two important events: UK elections (12th of December) and Interest rate decision (19th of December).
Without getting into details of it, the Conservatives should win the elections (positive for GBP). It is also likely that Brexit will be delayed again, with the withdrawal agreement ratified, or the article 50 extended beyond 2019 or even revoked. This should give the common sense to the BoE to keep rates at 0.75% for December, among the highest in Europe, with EUR at 0% (and planning to go negative for 2020) and CHF at -0.75%.
From a fundamental point of view, in my opinion, it is more likely that GBPUSD will go towards 1.35 for this end of 2019 / beginning of 2020.