As an incredible Premier League season finally reaches its endgame, the title remains up for grabs, and leaders Manchester City will be looking to defend their crown when they travel to face Brighton at the Falmer Stadium.
The Citizens are on a staggering 95 points, one point ahead of second placed Liverpool and will secure the crown with a victory over Chris Hughton’s men. Anything other than a win could see them lose the crown.
Liverpool will entertain the ambitious Wolves at Anfield.
The Reds are in with a shot at winning the title, but they will need leaders Man City to draw or lose to Brighton.
Without that, even victory won’t be enough to see Jurgen Klopp’s side crowned Champions.
It’s been an impressive season nonetheless and with the Champions League final to look forward to, they could yet end the season with silverware.
Champions League finalists Tottenham will entertain Everton at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
The Lilywhites pulled off a stunning 3-2 win over Ajax in midweek and with a top four spot already secure, will look to end their season on a high.
Fresh from securing a spot in the Europa League final, Chelsea will travel to take on Leicester City at the King Power Stadium. The Blues are third on the log and can nail down the position with a win.
Manchester United will be desperate to end their shambolic season better when relegated Cardiff City visit Old Trafford.
Arsenal will face a tricky task against Burnley at Turf Moor, and will have their eyes on victory.
West Ham will end the season in the top ten should they beat Watford in their clash at the Olympic Stadium.
Southampton will tackle basement boys Huddersfield Town at St. Mary’s stadium.
Newcastle will travel to take on Fulham at Craven Cottage.
Crystal Palace and Bournemouth will slug it out for the points at Selhurst Park.