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  • Arsenal 2-0 Brighton & Hove Albion
    Arsenal 2-0 Brighton & Hove Albion Arsenal have won their final Premier League match in each of the last 10 seasons
  • Aston Villa 2-1 Chelsea
    Aston Villa 2-1 Chelsea Bertrand Traore became the 25th player to have played for Chelsea and score a Premier League goal against them. No team have had more former players do so
  • Fulham 0-2 Newcastle United
    Fulham 0-2 Newcastle United Joe Willock is only the second Newcastle United player to score in seven consecutive PL appearances, after Alan Shearer in 1996
  • Liverpool 2-0 Crystal Palace
    Liverpool 2-0 Crystal Palace Sadio Mane is just the second player to score in eight consecutive PL appearances against a single opponent, after Robin van Persie against Stoke City
  • Leeds United 3-1 West Bromwich Albion
    Leeds United 3-1 West Bromwich Albion Leeds finish the season with 59 points, the best tally by a promoted club in a Premier League season since Ipswich Town’s total of 66 in 2000/01
  • Leicester City 2-4 Tottenham Hotspur
    Leicester City 2-4 Tottenham Hotspur Leicester City ended 242 days in the top four this season, more than any other side, but they were unable to finish there
  • Manchester City 5-0 Everton
    Manchester City 5-0 Everton In his final City appearance, Sergio Aguero scored his 183rd and 184th PL goals for the club, surpassing Wayne Rooney’s record for the most goals for a single club in the competition, 183 with Manchester United
  • Sheffield United 1-0 Burnley
    Sheffield United 1-0 Burnley David McGoldrick’s winner for Sheffield United was the 1,000th goal scored in the Premier League this season
  • West Ham United 3-0 Southampton
    West Ham United 3-0 Southampton West Ham United have secured a top-six PL finish for only the second time, after finishing fifth in 1998/99 under Harry Redknapp. This is David Moyes’ best finish since he came sixth in his final season at Everton in 2012/13
  • Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-2 Manchester United
    Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-2 Manchester United Manchester United are just the third side to remain unbeaten away from home across an entire PL campaign, after Arsenal’s 2001/02 and 2003/04 teams

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