Everton, Leeds and Leicester battle for relegation, while a final spot in Europe will be won on the final day of the 2022/23 season.
Premier League title has been repackaged and Champions League spots have been determined, but there is still a relegation battle to be decided and a place in the European Cup when the season ends on Sunday.
- Arsenal v Wolves
- Aston Villa v Brighton
- Brentford v Man City
- Chelsea v Newcastle
- Crystal Palace v Nottingham Forest
- Everton vs Bournemouth
- Leeds vs Tottenham
- Leicester vs West Ham
- Man United vs Fulham
- Southampton vs Liverpool
All matches kick off at 4:30pm local time (15:30 GMT) on Sunday, May 28.
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Here’s what to look out for on Sunday:
Everton, Leicester and Leeds are scrambling to not be relegated with bottom-placed Southampton in the Championship second division next season.
Everton are currently “safe” in 17th place with 33 points. Leicester and Leeds are both in the relegation zone with 31 points, with Leicester leading by goal difference. All three play at home on Sunday.
Everton host Bournemouth and will be without injured striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin and defenders Nathan Patterson and Ben Godfrey.
Leicester have to win West Ham and hope Everton don’t. impossible thing happen 2016 Premier League Champion will almost certainly win the draws with Everton and Leeds thanks to the goal difference.
Leeds need the most help, and they face a Tottenham team still fighting for a place in the European Cup. A win is a must for Leeds to have a chance to progress. If Everton draw and Leicester lose, Leeds can continue if they win by at least 3 goals.
Europe’s position at stake
League champions Manchester City will be qualified for next season’s Champions League by Arsenal, Manchester United and Newcastle. Liverpool and Brighton will place fifth and sixth, respectively, for places in the Europa League second tier.
That left three teams vying for seventh place for a spot in the Europa Conference League. Aston Villa are leading with 58 points, followed by Tottenham (57 points) and Brentford (56 points).
Unai Emery has led Villa to promotion since taking over from the sacked Steven Gerrard in October when the Birmingham club were just three points above the relegation zone. Owner of Brighton Mansion.
Tottenham face relegation-threatened Leeds in a match that is likely to score many goals. Leeds is in a position to win and will definitely move forward. Harry Kane has 28 goals – second only to Prolific Erling Haaland – and two more goals would match his best Premier League record from the 2017-18 season.
A draw might be enough for Spurs because in a draw they would lead Villa in terms of goals lost.
Brentford must beat Man City at home to have a chance to take seventh place. Pep Guardiola could choose to give some players a break as he heads towards both the FA Cup final and the FA Cup final. Champions League final.
Separately, West Ham are 14th in the Premier League but could qualify for the Europa League by winning the Europa Conference League final against Fiorentina on June 7.
Where can you watch the match?
Global listings are available from liveoccertv.com.
You can also follow the action of all the games on our live blog on Sunday.