Leicester City and Manchester United both won on Thursday night to ensure that the fight to finish in the top four will be decided when the two sides meet on the final day of the season.
But these sides can still have a big say on who does.
Spurs host Leicester on Sunday, while Wolves visit Chelsea in Matchweek 38.
The Blues are currently third, a point above Leicester and Man Utd, after they beat Norwich City 1-0 on Tuesday night.
But their next match is at the home of champions Liverpool, meaning that, like Leicester, they have two remaining matches against top-half opponents.
Man Utd host West Ham United next up, knowing they can go to Leicester with a UEFA Champions League spot in their own hands if they better the Foxes' Matchweek 37 result.