However, the biggest thing that sets the final day of the Premier League apart is the back-to-back games that wrap 3 teams, all trying to avoid relegation to the league.
What could happen on the last day?
Three teams are battling for 17th place, the last place to stay in the Premier League, and Leeds United and Leicester City need to win their games to have any chance of finishing there, and if they do, all eyes will be on Everton .
If Everton, who currently sit 17th on 33 points, fail to secure 3 points against Bournemouth today, it opens the window for Leeds or Leicester to climb out of the relegation zone.
Both have high hopes of securing the three points, with Leeds hosting rivals Tottenham Hotspur, who are still seeking a Europa League place, while Leicester City host in-form West Ham.
Thus, the results of the three teams (Everton, Leeds and Leicester) will lead either to glory or to despair, i.e. to stay in the Premier League or relegate to the Championship, knowing that two of them will accompany Southampton, who is in 20th place. place in the league ladder and is guaranteed to be relegated to a lower division.
Qualification for the European League
In the meantime, there is a place in the European League which also needs to be settled, and although that place is now in the hands of the Aston Villa team, that is before the final round, but Tottenham or Brentford can always pounce on it.
Aston Villa scores 58 points, followed by Tottenham with 57 points, then Brentford with 56 points.
In their final match, Aston Villa will host Brighton, who secured European League qualification through the FA Cup champions (United or City) qualifying for the Champions League.
While Brentford welcome champions Manchester City, who fear injury to their players, especially with two important games remaining, including one in the FA Cup against Manchester United and the other in the Champions League final against Inter Milan .
While Tottenham travel to Leeds United, who currently sit 19th on 31 points, level with Leicester on the same points balance.
It should be noted that the first four teams, namely Manchester City, Arsenal, Newcastle and Manchester United have qualified to participate in the Champions League.
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