Know all about the final day of EPL 2017-18 season
The Premier League 2017-18 season is finally coming to an end after a roller-coaster term. Manchester City were crowned champions earlier, as West Bromwich Albion and Stoke City were relegated. This Sunday will be the final day and there is plenty in store for fans. It's also Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger's last day in charge. Here is what's at stake.
Manchester City eye record 100 points
Premier League champions Manchester City will be giving their all when they take on Southampton in an away encounter. Pep Guardiola's side are on 97 points after 37 matches and could become the first club ever in EPL to hit the three-figure mark. City are unbeaten in five Premier League matches and defeated Brighton 3-1 last week. Will there be a fairytale ending?
Liverpool in prime position to finish fourth
Liverpool would look to clinch the fourth place as they are two points above fifth place Chelsea. The Reds have 72 points and a win or a draw could secure Champions League spot for them. Chelsea need a victory to keep their chances alive and will pray Liverpool go down against Brighton at Anfield. Antonio Conte's side faces Newcastle United away.
Salah awarded Premier League Player of the Season
Swansea likely to go down
Swansea City could join West Brom and Stoke to be the third team to get relegated this season. The Swans are three points behind Southampton (17th) and also are behind in goal-difference (9). Swansea are up against bottom-placed Stoke at the Liberty Stadium. The only hope for them is that they win and City go on to beat the Saints by goals aplenty.
Mid-table clubs eye better finish
Four clubs are fighting it out between 10th and 15th place finish. The likes of Newcastle, Bournemouth, Crystal Palace and Watford are all on 41 points and could topple each other. Brighton and West Ham too could finish 10th if all the above clubs lose.
#MerciArsene - An end of an era
Game-week 38 fixtures of the Premier League
All matches will be played at 7:30 PM on Sunday. Here are the fixtures of game-week 38 of the Premier League. Burnley v Bournemouth, Newcastle United v Chelsea. Crystal Palace v West Brom, Southampton v Manchester City. Huddersfield v Arsenal, Swansea v Stoke. Liverpool v Brighton, Tottenham v Leicester. Manchester United v Watford, West Ham v Everton.