Who will make it to the Champions League?
In the past few weeks, the above has been the question in the mouths of fans and analysts alike.
The odds now suggest the struggle for the third and fourth places lies within the grasp of Manchester United, Chelsea and Leicester City.
Leicester City who lost to Tottenham in the weekend host United in a final-day thriller.
United must avoid defeat to guarantee being in the UCL
And if Chelsea wins, Chelsea will qualify, but if they lose at home to Wolves, then both Leicester and United will qualify.
However, Leicester City only stands to qualify if they draw and Chelsea lose.
Meanwhile Manchester United on Wednesday night sat 1-1 draw with West Ham.
While Liverpool played out a 5-3 thriller to come out in style to defeat Chelsea in their last home game.
Manchester United vs West Ham
After Leicester defeat at Tottenham, Manchester United who had an opportunity to move up with three points to third in a win against David Moyes’ West Ham, rued the chance as they drew 1-1.
Manchester United went into the game knowing they needed to bounce back to their FA Cup exit in the hands of Chelsea.
Manchester United dominated most of the game in the first-half.
The opening minutes saw a struggling West Ham sit-back to defend, with the Red Devils carving out some good opportunities.
In a brilliant play from the left flank, Marcus Rashford sent in a swervy shot from 30-yards which was too close for Fabianski; before Greenwood’s shot the was blocked by Ogbonna
With the game entering into 45-minutes, De Gea who hadn’t been involved in any save, saw a penalty from Antonio in the back of his net.
A free-kick from Declan Rice was smashed directly at Pogba who stuck up his hands to guard his face.
Despite Pogba’s reaction and cower, a VAR check confirmed the handball and a spot-kick was awarded.
Michail Antonio took the spot-kick, sending De Gea the wrong way for his sixth goal in the last six games.
United started the second-half in a dragging fashion but had an equalizer from teenage sensation Mason Greenwood in the 51st minute.
The United wonderkid who has been in a great form, had a neatly executed one-two in the 18-yard box with Anthony Martial before driving the ball through the first bar into the net.
The goal brought his tally to 17th for the season, equalling Wayne Rooney’s tally at similar age.
Nevertheless, despite being outplayed by West Ham in the second-half, the game ended a draw with West Ham surviving relegation.
Liverpool vs Chelsea
Chelsea entered the game with confidence after seeing off Manchester United in the FA cup semi-final, with the hunger for Champions League qualification.
Naby Keita’s long-range shot and Trent Alexander-Arnold’s stunning dipping free-kick set Liverpool on its way to a 18th home league win out of 19.
Chelsea’s poor defending allowed Gini Wijnaldum to grab a third from a corner before half-time.
Few minutes later, France International Olivier Giroud pulled one back from an Allison Becker parried effort from Willian.
But in the 55th minute, Roberto Firmino scored the fourth goal as he scored his first goal in Anfield for the season.
The goal came from a well executed cross from Alexander-Arnold which found the head of Firmino.
The introduction of Christian Pulisic who has found his form ever since the return, brought in a high spirit for Chelsea as they pressed hard for an equalizer.
The pressure and substitution paid-off, as Pulisic setup an unmarked Tammy Abraham to reduce the margin to 4-2.
Within few minutes, Pulisic got one back for himself as he reduced the margin to 4-3.
Jurgen Klopp with few minutes to spare brought in Curtis Jones, Minamino and Oxlade-Chamberlain.
Liverpool cemented their lead from an Oxlade-Chamberlain goal to increase the hurt and pressure on Chelsea.
However, a 5-3 victory before receiving the Premier League trophy was an entertaining way for Liverpool to sign off from Anfield for the season.
The win was a stunning reminder of why Liverpool are one of the most entertaining sides in the 2019/20 EPL season.
Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson was handed the silverware by Liverpool legend Sir Kenny Dalglish as they celebrated their first EPL trophy in 30 years.
Opta Stats: Manchester United vs West Ham
No teenager has ever scored more goals in a single season in all competitions for Manchester United than Mason Greenwood.
Greenwood is the first teenager to score 10 EPL goals in a season since Romelu Lukaku in 2012/13 (14).
Mason Greenwood is the first English teenagerto score 10 EPL goals a season since Wayne Rooney in 2004/05 (11).
Michail Antonio has scored eight goals in the EPL since the restart, the joint-most of any player alongside Raheem Sterling.
Three Manchester United players have now scored 10+ goals in the EPL this season (Rashford, Martial and Greenwood).
Opta Stats: Liverpool vs Chelsea
Liverpool have remained unbeaten atAnfieldin three consecutive seasons for the first time in the club’s history.
Only bottom-placed Norwich City (12) have conceded more Premier League goals from corner situations than Chelsea (10) this season.
Naby Keita has scored only his second goal in EPL for Liverpool, and first since April 2019 against Huddersfield.
Harvey Elliot is the youngest player in EPL history to receive a winner’s medal (17years and 109 days old).
Sadio Mane is the first Senegalese player to win the Premier League trophy.
Mohamed Salah is the first Egyptian player to win the Premier League trophy.
Jurgen Norbert Klopp is the first German manager to win the Premier League.
Chelsea have now conceded 54 league goals this season, the most they have ever conceded in a single season.
Pulisic has both scored and assisted in a Premier league game for the first time.
Roberto Firmino has scored at Anfield in the Premier League game for the first time this season.
Alexander-Arnold is the first defender in Premier league history to provide 13 assists in a single season.