With just three games until the end of the season, the key spots up for grabs are on the brink of being settled.
Whether it’s the Premier League title itself, Champions League qualification, a Europa League spot or battles with relegation, fates are being sealed.
This weekend presents the opportunity for a few teams to secure European places while one club may find themselves demoted to the Championship.
Here’s a look at what this Premier League weekend could decide.
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Simple as you like. A win against West Brom on Friday will hand Chelsea the title in Antonio Conte’s first season in charge. It would wrap up the title-chase before Tottenham Hotspur, who are seven points behind the Blues, take the field at home to Manchester United on Sunday.
Even if Chelsea lose, a United win at White Hart Lane could see them crowned champions on Sunday. However, a draw or defeat for Conte’s side coupled with a win for Spurs means they will have to beat Watford on Monday if they want to secure the title before next week.
If things go their way, Liverpool could be celebrating a return to the Champions League this weekend. Apart from winning their away game against West Ham United, the Reds would need Arsenal to lose to Stoke City and United to fail to win away to Spurs.
A draw against Hull City would secure safety for Crystal Palace and also guarantee a spot in next season’s Premier League for Watford and Burnley.
Regardless of the outcome of Hull’s game though, Watford and Burnley could still secure safety with draws of their own against Everton and Bournemouth respectively.
The third and final relegation spot could be decided this weekend if Hull lose Palace and Swansea City beat Sunderland.
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