The Premier League’s longest season is set for a dramatic finish on Sunday as Chelsea, Manchester United and Leicester compete for Champions League places, while Aston Villa, Watford and Bournemouth fight to avoid relegation.
At a time of year when Premier League clubs are usually jetting off for lucrative pre-season tours, the 2019-20 top-flight campaign will finally come to an end after the three-month coronavirus delay.
Liverpool have been presented with the Premier League trophy, second placed Manchester City are guaranteed a Champions League spot and Norwich have been relegated, but there are several key issues still to be resolved.
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In a thrilling conclusion, top four places, Europa League berths, relegation spots and the Golden Boot have to settled in the last round of matches.
The spotlight will be firmly on the King Power Stadium, where fifth placed Leicester host third placed Manchester United.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team will return to the Champions