The 2020-21 Premier League comes to an end this Sunday with five of the European seats up for grabs on this exciting final day. Thus, between Chelsea, Liverpool and Leicester will be the two teams that will accompany the Champions Manchester City of Pep Guardiola, champion of England, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s United, runner-up. Harry Kane and Mohamed Salah compete for the Premier Golden Boot, with 22 goals each.
As regards relegation, Sheffield United (20 points), West Brom (26) and Fulham (28) have reached this last day already in the Championship (the English Second Division). The team that marks the salvation, the Burnley, has 39.
At the moment it is Chelsea (67 points) and Liverpool (66, like Leicester, but the ‘reds’ with and better goal difference than the Foxes) who are in the Champions zone. In this final match of the championship, Chelsea visit Aston Villa, Liverpool host Crystal Palace and Leicester host Tottenham.
In the event of a tie on points, the best overall goal difference prevails. In March Liverpool, defeated champions, came within 8 points of the Champions League, but after 9 games without losing they have risen to 4th place. The fight for these 2 vacant positions in the next Champions League will be exciting on this last day of the Premier.
If Liverpool beat Crystal Palace at an Anfield with an audience, except for a huge surprise they will go to the Champions League even if Leicester beat Tottenham because the ‘reds’ surpass the Foxes 24 to 20 in general goal difference
Chelsea visit Aston Villa and depend on themselves: if they win, they go to the Champions League (whose 2020-21 final they play on the 29th against Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City) but if they lose or draw they can be left out if Liverpool and Leicester win
But it also remains to be decided which Premier teams will play the Europa League (one will be Leicester, Liverpool or Chelsea). Leicester would also go as FA Cup champions. West Ham (62 points, receives Southampton) and Tottenham (59, visits Leicester) opt for the other place. West Ham, Tottenham, Everton (59 points) and Arsenal (58) are competing for the Conference League, the new tournament created by UEFA.