The Premier League season draws to a conclusion with two of the Champions League spots still up for grabs.
Chelsea and Liverpool are in pole position to take them by finsihing in the top four but Leicester can take advantage of any slip-ups.
All 10 games kick off at 4pm on Sunday and we have got all the key information on the ones that matter most.
Aston Villa vs Chelsea (Sky Sports)
Chelsea know three points at Aston Villa will see them finish third in the Premier League and book their spot in next season’s Champions League.
The 2-1 victory over Leicester on Tuesday means their destiny remains in their own hands and Thomas Tuchel will be desperate to get the job done.
Although Villa drew at Stamford Bridge earlier this season, they have lost 10 of their last 12 games with Chelsea and have not won the final game of a league season in a decade.
Dean Smith has seen his side win six more games this term than in 2019-20 but they will finish 11th whatever the result on Sunday.
Andreas Christensen (back) and Kai Havertz (unknown) should both be available for the Blues, while Ross Barkley is ineligible to face his parent club.
Liverpool vs Crystal Palace (Sky Sports)
Despite their struggles this season, victory over Crystal Palace should see Liverpool secure Champions League qualification.
The Reds are level on points with Leicester but have a superior goal difference to the Foxes, who start the day in fifth.
While Palace did win three Anfield games in a row between 2015 and 2017, they have lost their last seven games against the Merseysiders by an aggregate score of 22-5.
Roy Hodgson’s disappointing stint in charge at Liverpool was one of his career disappointments and he will be desperate to pick up three points in his final game as Eagles boss.
Diogo Jota (ankle) has a small chance of making it for Liverpool, while Luka Milivojevic (personal reasons) and Tyrick Mitchell (fatigue) should return for Palace.
Leicester vs Tottenham (Sky Sports)
Just over a week on from their FA Cup final victory, Leicester face a potentially disappointing final day of the season when they host Tottenham.
The Foxes must beat Spurs and hope Palace do them a favour by getting a result at Liverpool or their Champions League dreams will be dashed once again.
A defeat at home to Manchester United on the final day last term saw them miss out at the hands of their visitors, despite sitting in the top four for much of the campaign.
Spurs need to win to secure seventh place and a spot in the Europa Conference League with Everton and Arsenal breathing down their necks — while a victory coupled with a West Ham defeat would see them leapfrog the Hammers into sixth.
None of Leicester or Tottenham's injured players are expected to return for the final game.
West Ham vs Southampton (Sky Sports)
A point at home to Southampton will be enough for West Ham to end a fine campaign by securing Europa League qualification.
The Hammers have surpassed all expectations under David Moyes and while a few poor results in the past month mean Champions League dreams died, sixth will still represent their best finish in 22 years.
They have been inspired by the form of loanee Jesse Lingard since the end of January, with his 13 goal involvements (nine goals and four assists) only bettered by Leicester’s Kelechi Iheanacho in that time.
If Saints skipper James Ward-Prowse completes 90 minutes, he will become the first midfielder in Premier League history to play every minute of every match in back-to-back top-flight campaigns.
Arthur Masuaku (knee) may return for the Hammers but they do have some concerns over keeper Lukasz Fabianski (knee). Oriol Romeu (foot) and Che Adams (groin) could be in the Southampton squad.
Sunday's other fixtures
Arsenal vs Brighton (Sky Sports)
Fulham vs Newcastle (Sky Sports)
Leeds vs West Brom (BT Sport)
Manchester City vs Everton (Sky Sports)
Sheffield United vs Burnley (BT Sport)
Wolves vs Manchester United (BT Sport)