As we enter the penultimate round of Premier League matches, there is plenty at stake at both ends of the table. Indeed, every match this weekend has significance either for the title fight, the race for European spots or the relegation battle.
Race for the title
Man City need only to match Arsenal's result at home to Chelsea the next day to seal a fifth title in six seasons.
So, an Arsenal draw would mean only a point is required for the defending champions to retain the Trophy.
Race for UEFA Champions League
Newcastle United are moving closer to finishing in a UEFA Champions League position after their emphatic 4-1 win against Brighton & Hove Albion on Thursday night, and can secure their place in Europe's premier club competition by more than one outcome in Matchweek 37.
Should Man Utd and Liverpool both win, United could still reach the Champions League by beating Chelsea in their midweek match.
Race for UEFA Europa League
No matter what happens in Liverpool's final two matches, Jurgen Klopp's side are guaranteed to finish at least sixth and qualify for the UEFA Europa League.
Brighton will join them in the competition if they beat Southampton on Sunday and then Man City on Wednesday, or if they win one of the two matches while Tottenham Hotspur and Villa both lose to Brentford and Liverpool respectively.
Race for the UEFA Europa Conference League
Battle to avoid relegation
This weekend's matches could determine whether Leicester and Leeds United join Southampton in being relegated to the Championship.
Leicester will be relegated if they fail to beat Newcastle and Everton take three points at Wolves.
A nail-biting affair at the bottom 😬 pic.twitter.com/hb9bWdFvCY— Premier League (@premierleague) May 17, 2023
While Erling Haaland and Kevin De Bruyne are likely to be confirmed as the winners of the Golden Boot and Playmaker of the Season award on the final day of the season, the Golden Glove could be determined this weekend.
The Man Utd goalkeeper is already guaranteed at least a share of the award. If he manages a clean sheet at Bournemouth on Saturday, or Alisson concedes at home to Villa, De Gea will be confirmed as the outright winner.