Leicester set for title party while United, City and Arsenal seek top four
Leicester are the champions! The Premier League title may have already been decided in quite extraordinary fashion but there's plenty still to play for.
Attention now turns to staying in the division and also qualifying for the Champions League next season. So with that in mind, vote in our match polls -- starting with a clash at Carrow Road that will have ramifications towards the top and bottom ...
NORWICH: Things look bleak for Norwich's Premier League survival chances after the 1-0 defeat at Arsenal last weekend left them two points from safety. The Canaries played after relegation rivals Newcastle and Sunderland last time out. United's visit is the lunchtime kick-off and a City win can at least test the resolve of the North East duo.
Prediction: Norwich 1-1 Manchester United -- Paddy Davitt
MAN UNITED: Louis van Gaal's men should have beaten Leicester last weekend and will have felt all the more frustrated not doing so when Manchester City then lost 4-2 at Southampton. Only a win will do in the fight for the top four but Norwich are fighting a relegation battle, and United have struggled against teams at the bottom this season.
Prediction: Norwich 1-2 Manchester United -- Scott Patterson
ASTON VILLA: Villa Park waves farewell to Premier League football with Saturday's game against Newcastle. In terms of the result, this is all about the visitors, who know that a victory would give their chances of avoiding relegation a huge boost. Rafael Benitez will hope for another impressive individual performance from Andros Townsend. For Villa, it's an opportunity to bow out on a positive note.
Prediction: Aston Villa 1-2 Newcastle -- Kevin Hughes
NEWCASTLE UNITED: We are almost at the end game but Newcastle have found form at a crucial time after a torrid season. Expect them to beat Aston Villa but the home side will put up a fight.
Prediction: Aston Villa 2-4 Newcastle -- Lee Ryder
SUNDERLAND: Chelsea's improvement has been patchy but Sunderland have a fight on their hands to claim even one of the seven points that survival may require. Jermain Defoe is yet again manager Sam Allardyce's best bet beyond wishing misfortune on Newcastle and Norwich in their games.
Prediction: Sunderland 1-1 Chelsea -- Colin Randall
CHELSEA: The Blues showed passion and drive in the 2-2 draw with Tottenham and they will have to do so again if they are to match a Sunderland side that will be just as desperate for the points as Mauricio Pochettino's men were on Monday night, albeit for very different reasons. Allardyce has steadied the ship on Wearside but too many draws mean they will be going all out for the win in front of their own fans, with Defoe the main threat.
Prediction: Sunderland 1-1 Chelsea -- Phil Lythell
MAN CITY: Incredibly, City's season now hangs on winning their last two games of the season just to avoid humiliating disaster. A season that has delivered a trophy and a Champions League semifinal now hangs on having to beat a fellow top six team for the first time in 2015-16.
Prediction: Manchester City 2-2 Arsenal -- Simon Curtis
ARSENAL: Arsenal will hope to take advantage of City's midweek Champions League exploits when they visit on Sunday. The Gunners have been off the boil recently, but are unbeaten in their last seven Premier League games. A win would secure a top four place and almost certainly third, which would rule out the possibility of a qualifier in August. Arsene Wenger needs one more push from his team. If he gets it they can properly switch off on the final day against Aston Villa.
Prediction: Manchester City 1-1 Arsenal -- Andrew Mangan
LEICESTER: The whole of Leicester cares about one thing on Saturday ... partying. The match against Everton is a glorious excuse to celebrate an astonishing fairy tale. The result really doesn't matter; it's just an appetiser to lifting the Premier League trophy. Leicester will want to win in order to get to 80 points, though, which was double their preseason target. If they aren't too hungover from an emotional week that's precisely what they'll do.
Prediction: Leicester 4-0 Everton -- Ben Jacobs
EVERTON: There is a suspicion Everton will show more organisation in their guard of honour for deserved champions Leicester than in two seasons spent wallowing in midtable mediocrity. The outcome is likely to depend on which Everton turn up and how much of a title hangover their hosts are suffering.
Prediction: Leicester 2-1 Everton -- Luke O'Farrell
TOTTENHAM: Southampton have scored eight goals in their last two games, while Tottenham must refocus after Monday's eventful night at Stamford Bridge and the end of their title dream. Spurs are also likely to lose Mousa Dembele to suspension, while Dele Alli has already been banned, and it remains to be seen whether Toby Alderweireld will be available after suffering a knee injury late on against Chelsea.
Prediction: Tottenham 1-1 Southampton -- Ben Pearce
SOUTHAMPTON: Tottenham are the only Premier League side Southampton have not beaten since their promotion in 2012 and manager Ronald Koeman is anxious to end that hoodoo to keep his side in the hunt for a European place. The Pochettino factor adds extra spice to this fixture.
Prediction: Tottenham 2-2 Southampton -- Alex Crook
LIVERPOOL: Both Liverpool and Watford have been distracted by cup football. The Reds might yet need to scrape into another Europa League qualification spot through their Premier League form and despite midweek distractions, they may simply need the three points more. They won't keep a clean sheet though.
Prediction: Liverpool 3-2 Watford -- Steven Kelly
WATFORD: With Liverpool in midweek Europa League action, there is a chance Watford could catch them in sluggish form at Anfield. Steven Berghuis made a huge contribution from the bench against Aston Villa, showing the difference a genuine wide player can make. He will be pushing for a start, so will Quique Sanchez Flores finally ditch his ultra-cautious midfield?
Prediction: Liverpool 2-2 Watford -- Michael Moruzzi
WEST HAM: Leicester City's astonishing success story will surely be a template for unfancied teams for decades to come and West Ham chase their own unlikely European dream with the last Saturday fixture at Upton Park. Andy Carroll always scores against Swansea and the bubbles won't burst here.
Prediction: West Ham 4-0 Swansea -- Peter Thorne
SWANSEA: Swansea's elation at last Sunday's unexpected 3-1 victory over Liverpool could be short-lived. With the Welsh club having now mathematically assured their Premier League safety, Francesco Guidolin will probably give some starts to kids and fringe players against a West Ham side that still has European qualification to play for. Swansea haven't won on the road for nine games.
Prediction: West Ham 2-1 Swansea -- Max Hicks
CRYSTAL PALACE: Everyone has the FA Cup final on their minds, but there is still the small matter of Premier League survival for Palace. A win over Stoke in the final home game of the season would secure that, and the Eagles should have enough to beat a Potters side who appear to be already on their summer holidays.
Prediction: Crystal Palace 1-0 Stoke -- Jim Daly
STOKE: Stoke head to struggling Crystal Palace eager to claim their first win in two months as they try and match last season's record Premier League points haul in their final two games. The successful return to a more direct approach should see Peter Crouch and Charlie Adam retain their place as both fight for their futures at the club.
Prediction: Crystal Palace 1-1 Stoke -- James Whittaker
BOURNEMOUTH: With five defeats in six games, Bournemouth must stop the end of season rot at home to West Brom. Eddie Howe's team are at the end of a successful but hard debut Premier league season. Starting only his second match in six months, Callum Wilson could be the difference.
Prediction: Bournemouth 2-1 West Brom -- Steve Menary
WEST BROM: The Baggies head to Bournemouth for their final away game of the season, looking to avenge a 2-1 loss in the reverse fixture. Youngster Jonathan Leko will have a big part to play as Tony Pulis looks to add more attacking intent, as will the returning James Morrison.
Prediction: Bournemouth 1-1 West Brom -- Matthew Evans