Avoiding the drop: Burnley (35), Leeds United (35)
After turbulent seasons for both sides, Burnley and Leeds will attempt to avoid the same fate as Norwich and Watford as one of the two will play their football in the Championship next summer.
The pair head into Sunday inseparable on points. The Clarets, however, boast a considerably better goal difference (-18 versus -38). This means that in essence, the only way for Jesse Marsch’s Leeds to beat the drop is by gaining more points than Burnley.
A trip to London awaits Leeds as they battle Brentford, while Mike Jackson’s men will entertain Newcastle at Turf Moor. Just matching Leeds’ result will be enough for the Clarets.
Brentford and Newcastle both secured their top-flight status in recent weeks despite having their fair share of struggles throughout the year. Fittingly, both sides are on 46 points and can still end up in the top half at the conclusion of the weekend.