It’s the final day of the 2020/21 Premier League season.
It has been a long and arduous campaign, with games flowing freely as a result of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and having to squeeze all fixtures into a tight schedule.
And, for many, a lot of the big questions have already been answered, with Manchester City already confirmed as champions and Fulham, West Brom and Sheffield United relegated to the Championship.
Manchester United are confirmed as runners-up, but is it behind them where there is still all to play for – the race for the Champions League and Europa League places.
We do not know, as yet, which clubs will be playing in which competition next season.
Ahead of kick-off on the final day of the season, Chelsea and Liverpool sit in the final two Champions League places, but Leicester City can usurp them and finish in the top four.
Then, in sixth are West Ham, with Tottenham three pints behind them, hoping to finish sixth and qualify for the Europa League.
The newly-formed Europa Conference League is also up for grabs, with Spurs in seventh for that spot, but only ahead of Everton on goal difference and one point clear of North London rivals Arsenal.
So who will finish where?
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Here are today’s key fixtures first:
Leicester City vs Tottenham
Aston Villa vs Chelsea
Liverpool vs Crystal Palace
West Ham vs Southampton
Manchester City vs Everton
Arsenal vs Brighton
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And here’s how things stand:
3rd Liverpool 69 pts
4th Leicester 69 pts
5th Chelsea 67 pts
6th West Ham 65 pts
7th Arsenal 61 pts
8th Tottenham 59 pts
9th Leeds 59 pts
10th Everton 59 pts