Champions League Football: Spurs (68), Arsenal (66)
One of the other major talking points heading into Sunday is the battle to join City, Liverpool and Chelsea in next season’s Champions League. After relinquishing their grip on fourth place on Monday, Mikael Arteta’s Gunners are on the outside looking in.
Back-to-back defeats, the first coming to Antonio Conte’s Spurs, mean that Arsenal require a win at home to Everton coupled with a defeat by their North London foes at relegated Norwich.
A point should just about seal it for Spurs as they hold a goal-difference advantage of five going into Sunday. The team that ends up fifth will play Europa League football in the fall of events.
Both Everton and Norwich know where they stand heading into the final weekend of action. The Toffees assured their Premier League status for next season following a dramatic win midweek at home to Crystal Palace, as Frank Lampard’s side overturned a 2-0 deficit to claim the crucial three points.
Norwich will return to the Championship next campaign following a dismal performance across the season in the Premier League. Both the Canaries and Everton can finish one place higher than their current positions.