Gameweek 38 of the 2021/22 Premier League season is set to play out over the course of the upcoming weekend.
The action starts and ends on Sunday afternoon with every single side in action at 4 pm UK time.
Ahead of the chaos getting underway, 101 have picked out five key talking points.
Who will win the Premier League?
As proved the case in 2018/19, the Premier League title race will go down to the final day.
Manchester City are the current leaders, sitting one point clear of Liverpool with a +6 goal difference.
As a result, City will be crowned Premier League champions for a 4th time under Pep Guardiola if they beat Steven Gerrard’s Aston Villa, or even if they lose and Liverpool fail to beat Wolves.
Arsenal to miss out on Champions League
This season’s race for the top-four has been one of the most entertaining in many years. Both Arsenal and Tottenham have shown their quality at points in the campaign. However, both clubs have also experienced some rather embarrassing spells of form.
And it was Arsenal’s latest dip that looks set to cost them a Champions League place. Mikel Arteta’s side are two points off Spurs with a much worse goal difference.
This means that the only way Arsenal can clinch a top-four place now is by beating Everton and hoping that Spurs somehow lose to Norwich on Sunday.
West Ham back in Europa League?
The hunt for the final Europa League place will go down to the final day.
Manchester United are currently 6th, but are in dismal form and face a tough meeting with Crystal Palace to round out their campaign.
West Ham, meanwhile, are just two points adrift of United with a much better goal difference, meaning they can secure 6th by beating Brighton, whilst the Red Devils fail to get the better of Palace.
Relegation battle continues
Everton secured their Premier League survival on Thursday evening, but the battle to avoid the drop will go down to the final day.
Burnley and Leeds United are currently locked on 35 points, though the former sit 17th due to their +20 goal difference.
This means that Leeds need to better Burnley’s result if they hope to stay up. Jesse Marsch’s side will take on Brentford whilst the Clarets face Newcastle on Sunday.
A top-10 finish
Finally, though not exactly the most exciting achievement, the fight to finish in the top half of the Premier League is too going down to the final day.
Brighton currently sit in 10th place with 48 points. However, any of Brentford, Newcastle, Crystal Palace or Aston Villa could end up in that spot come Sunday evening.
This article was edited by Conor Laird.