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Premier League Final Day Fixtures: What Could Happen?

10/05/2014 10:41 BST | Updated 12/05/2014 08:59 BST
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One of the most absorbing top-flight seasons will come to an end this Sunday afternoon on what should be an anti-climactic note. The destination of the Premier League should be Manchester, the final relegated team should be Norwich City and Arsenal have secured their fourth-placed trophy again. Even the final Europa League berth is all but Tottenham Hotspur's.

However, strange things happen. Like on the last matchday in 2009-10, as Chelsea and Manchester United vied for the title, with the Blues just a point ahead of the Reds. Wigan travelled to Stamford Bridge. Could there be a shock? Yes, they were beaten a mere 8-0.

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City should recapture the Premier League title on Sunday

Anyway, here is what could happen on Sunday...

PREMIER LEAGUE TITLE RACE

  • If Manchester City beat West Ham United they are champions.
  • If Manchester City lose against West Ham United and Liverpool beat Newcastle, Liverpool are champions.
  • If Manchester City draw against West Ham United, Liverpool must beat Newcastle 14-0 to win their first title since 1990.

RELEGATION BATTLE

  • West Brom need just a point against Stoke to ensure the most miraculous escape since Houdini does not happen at Norwich.
  • Norwich must beat Arsenal and hope Stoke win at West Brom, via a 17-goal swing.

EUROPA LEAGUE

  • If Tottenham beat or draw against Aston Villa at home, they will finish sixth.
  • If Manchester United win at Southampton and Villa win at Spurs, United will enter the Europa League.

WHERE CAN THE TEAMS FINISH?

Arsenal

Highest: 4th

Lowest: 4th

Aston Villa

Highest: 12th

Lowest: 17th

Cardiff City

Highest: 18th

Lowest: 20th

Chelsea

Highest: 2nd

Lowest: 4th

Premier League Team of The Year

Crystal Palace

Highest: 10th

Lowest: 11th

Everton

Highest: 5th

Lowest: 6th

Fulham

Highest: 18th

Lowest: 20th

Hull City

Highest: 12th

Lowest: 17th

Liverpool

Highest: 1st

Lowest: 3rd

Manchester City

Highest: 1st

Lowest: 2nd

Manchester United

Highest: 6th

Lowest: 7th

Newcastle United

Highest: 9th

Lowest: 10th

Norwich City

Highest: 17th

Lowest: 20th

Southampton

Highest: 8th

Lowest: 8th

Stoke City

Highest: 9th

Lowest: 11th

Sunderland

Highest: 12th

Lowest: 17th

Swansea City

Highest: 12th

Lowest: 17th

Tottenham Hotspur

Highest: 5th

Lowest: 7th

West Brom

Highest: 13th

Lowest: 18th

West Ham

Highest: 12th

Lowest: 16th