The final day of the 2022/32 Premier League season approaches this Sunday as champions Manchester City celebrate their title win.
But while they won’t repeat the championship madness of the final day of last season, many teams are still waiting to see their fate.
The main question that remains to be decided is who will stay in the Premier League. Two from Everton, Leeds and Leicester will be relegated to the Championship so we are set for a tense final day.
The top spot in the Europa Conference League is still up for grabs, with Tottenham, Aston Villa and Brentford battling for seventh place.
The last two Champions League places were won by Newcastle and Manchester United, while Liverpool and Brighton sealed their Europa League places.
The Magpies ended a 20-year exile alongside Europe’s top flight with a 0-0 draw against Leicester, while United beat Chelsea 4-1 to prevent Liverpool from catching them.
Meanwhile, the Seagulls are delighted to play in UEFA’s secondary competition after a 1-1 draw with Man City assured them they will be playing European football for the first time in their history next year. .
What else can we decide in the last week of the Premier League?
Southampton are the only club to be downgraded so far and there are still two places left from the trio of Leicester, Leeds and Everton to be decided.
Leicester are currently 18th on 31 points, and the Foxes need a win in their last game against West Ham and Everton failing to beat Bournemouth to guarantee survival.
Everton, who have an inferior goal difference to Leicester, are the only side of the three to have their future in their hands after the result at St James’ Park.
The Toffees host Bournemouth on the final day knowing victory will be enough to preserve their top-flight status – a draw or defeat would only be enough if results elsewhere go their way.
Leeds face Tottenham as an away team to stay in place – they need a minimum win while building on other results.
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Tottenham have completely given up the European places after losing 3-1 to Brentford.
Europa League football is now out of reach but Spurs still have a chance to finish seventh for a place in UEFA’s third-tier competition.
The north Londoners are set to beat Leeds on Sunday and hope Villa above them fail to win against Brighton.
A draw would also be enough for Tottenham to finish seventh on goals scored should Villa lose to the Seagulls.
Meanwhile, the Bees still have a chance to finish seventh as well.
If they beat City, they would need Villa not to beat Brighton and Spurs to drop points at Leeds.
If Thomas Frank’s men got the job done and Villa drew, Brentford would finish seventh on goal difference.
A win for West Ham in the Europa Conference League final against Fiorentina has no bearing on the top seven spots domestically.
The Hammers will earn a place in next season’s Europa League with victory in Prague despite finishing in the bottom half of the Premier League table, but that would see England have eight representatives in 2023/24.
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