The final Premier League fixtures are taking place this weekend (15 May), with only the last remaining Champions League spot left up for grabs. The battle for fourth place has hotted up in the past week, with Manchester United and Manchester City fighting it out for the right to play in the big money competition next season.
City only need a point away at Swansea to guarantee incoming manager Pep Guardiola Champions League football next year. However, if they slip up at the in-form Swans, their rivals United know that three points at home to Bournemouth could mean they sneak into fourth place instead.
Elsewhere, champions Leicester City will be welcomed with a guard of honour at Stamford Bridge, where they play last seasons winners Chelsea. The Foxes have pulled off one of the great sporting upsets by winning the league this year, masterminded by former Chelsea boss Claudio Ranieri.
Ahead of all the action, IBTimes UK has rounded up the top stats and facts that you need to know, before the final round of fixtures.