The Premier League season concludes on Sunday with all 10 matches kicking off at the same time and plenty still at stake.

The title has been wrapped up by Manchester City, Manchester United are certain of second place, while the bottom three teams have also already been determined.

However, Chelsea, Liverpool and Leicester City are battling it out for the two remaining Champions League spots as they face Aston Villa, Crystal Palace and Tottenham respectively.

There are also the Europa League and Europa Conference League berths to be sorted on a bumper day of football.

If you're looking for some extra drama, why not give our Opta-powered quiz a go? You'll find the answers at the bottom of the page...

1. Nicolas Pepe is looking to score in three successive games in all competitions for the first time in his Arsenal career. Can you name the only Arsenal player to be directly involved in more goals than the Ivorian's 19 (14 goals, 5 assists) this season?

2. Chelsea have lost their last league game in just one of the previous nine campaigns. Which side did the Blues go down 3-0 to on the final day of the 2017-18 season?

3. After their latest collapse in midweek, Tottenham have now dropped 23 points from winning positions in the Premier League this season. Name the only side to have dropped more in 2020-21.

4. Liverpool forward Sadio Mane has scored in his last seven Premier League appearances against Crystal Palace. In the competition's history, only Robin van Persie has scored against an opponent in eight consecutive games – but against which side was the Dutchman so prolific?

5. Should Manchester United avoid defeat at Wolves, they will become just the fourth side to remain unbeaten away from home across an entire English top-flight campaign. Preston North End did so in 1888-89, but which team managed the feat twice, in 2001-02 and 2003-04?



1. Alexandre Lacazette (20 direct goal involvements - 17 goals and three assists)
2. Newcastle United
3. Brighton and Hove Albion (25 points dropped)
4. Stoke City
5. Arsenal