What is left to be determined as the season reaches its conclusion in the Premier League.
The Premier League season has come to its final 10 matches with the title, last Champions League place, other European places, and a relegation place all still to be decided. In each of those battles, there are a pair of clubs looking to end up on top.
This article will explain in full which teams are fighting for what and the clinching scenarios for all parties involved.
The fixtures on Sunday will take place at 17:00 CET which you can find here.
Premier League title: Manchester City (90 points), Liverpool (89)
For the second time in four seasons, City and Liverpool will go into the final day with just a point separating the two; the latter will hope to not face a repeat outcome as they did in the previous title race.
As it was three years ago, Liverpool will host Wolves, in pursuit of catching Pep Guardiola’s men. As for the Cityzens, they will host Aston Villa. City holds a goal difference of +72 versus Liverpool’s +66, meaning a draw at Anfield will practically gift City the title irrespective of the result at the Etihad.
Realistically, the only way Jurgen Klopp’s side can still dream of an improbable quadruple past Sunday is by winning at home while City falter at home. Otherwise, the Premier League trophy will stay at the Etihad for the fourth time in the last five campaigns. A one-off playoff game between the two looks incredibly unlikely at this point.
Neither Villa nor Wolves are playing for anything substantial other than some extra prize money. The former can jump up to as high as 11th should things go their way. Wolves will finish in the top half.