Premier League Permutations: Leicester, Leeds and Everton relegation battle on the final day

There's plenty to be decided!

James Maddison playing for Leicester


We’re at the business end of the Premier League season and some key battles are set to be decided on the final day.

The title is done and dusted after Manchester City clinched the crown in the most underwhelming of circumstances after Arsenal lost at Nottingham Forest, Champions League qualification is settled with Manchester United and Newcastle guaranteed a top-four finish. Liverpool and Brighton are destined for the Europa League which leaves three clubs scrapping it out for the Europa Conference League.

Meanwhile, two out of three strugglers will sink into the Championship after the likes of Bournemouth, Crystal Palace, West Ham and Wolves pulled themselves well clear of the relegation zone to deny fans a Royal Rumble style scrap to avoid the drop.

The latest Premier League odds can be found on the Paddy Power website and Paddy Power app, otherwise permutations for the title race, top-four battle and relegation scrap are below.


Manchester City clinched the Premier League title with three games left to play.


Manchester City, Arsenal, Manchester United and Newcastle have qualified for next season’s Champions League.

Europa League and Europa Conference League

Liverpool and Brighton have qualified for next season’s Europa League.

Aston Villa will guarantee a place in the Europa Conference League if they beat Brighton in their last game of the campaign.

Tottenham will qualify for the Europa Conference League if they better Villa’s result on the final day of the season.

Brentford can only secure a place in next season’s Europa Conference League if they better Villa and Tottenham’s results.


Leicester, Leeds and Everton are the only teams in mathematical danger of Premier League relegation with two spots left to fill.

Everton will retain their place in the Premier League if they beat Bournemouth in their last game of the season.

Leicester will secure their Premier League status if they beat West Ham on the final day of the season and Everton fail to beat Bournemouth. A draw or defeat against the Hammers condemns the Foxes to the drop.

Leeds will be relegated if they fail to beat Tottenham on the final day of the season. The Whites need Everton to draw or lose against Bournemouth and Leicester to draw or lose against West Ham to stand any chance of staying up.

Southampton were relegated from the Premier League after losing to Fulham in early May.

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