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Clubs aiming to end season on a high

20 May 2017
West Ham United v Spurs, Manuel Lanzini celebrates

With five teams fighting to finish in Premier League's top half, big swings in final placings could happen on Sunday

There is still a lot to play for on Sunday for many clubs when the final 10 Premier League matches of the 2016/17 season all kick off at 3pm.

As well as the race for the top four, the clubs below have opportunities to make significant rises in the table, and avoid big drops.

Just six points separate the nine teams between 8th and 16th and for Southampton, West Bromwich Albion, AFC Bournemouth, Leicester City and West Ham United, there is the chance to claim a morale-boosting top-10 finish.

Leicester City manager Craig Shakespeare and West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Pulis
Leicester's Craig Shakespeare and West Brom's Tony Pulis have plenty at stake against AFC Bournemouth and Swansea respectively

And with each position in the Premier League table worth £1.9million in merit payments this season, there is a lot more than pride at stake as victories could have a significant financial impact.

For some clubs a seven-place swing could take place over the course of the day.

Leicester, for example, could finish the day as high as eighth or as low as 15th, depending on results.

Where clubs could finish
Position Club Opp. GD Pts High Low
1 CHE SUN (H) 48 90 1 1
2 TOT HUL (A) 54 83 2 2
3 MCI WAT (A) 36 75 3 5
4 LIV MID (H) 33 73 3 5
5 ARS EVE (H) 31 72 3 5
6 MUN CRY (H) 23 66 6 6
7 EVE ARS (A) 20 61 7 7
8 SOU STK (H) -6 46 8 11
9 WBA SWA (A) -7 45 8 12
10 BOU LEI (A) -12 45 8 12
11 LEI BOU (H) -15 43 8 15
12 WHU BUR (A) -18 42 10 16
13 CRY MUN (A) -11 41 11 17
14 STK SOU (A) -16 41 11 17
15 BUR WHU (H) -15 40 11 17
16 WAT MCI (H) -23 40 11 17
17 SWA WBA (H) -26 38 13 17
18 HUL TOT (H) -37 34 18 18
19 MID LIV (A) -23 28 19 19
20 SUN CHE (A) -36 24 20 20

See: Howe targets extra rewards to end season

 

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