The ovation was loud yesterday at Anfield when Liverpool lifted the EPL cup for 2019/2020 season. Notwithstanding, day 38 will see teams play for either for fun or futile hope.
The pressure is still at the top, as one of either Chelsea, Leicester or Manchester United will drop to the Europa league spot.
At the bottom, Norwich is confirmed to play next season but not in the Premier league. They have relegated to the Championship and they will not walk alone to play in the lower division.
Chances are not looking bright for Bournemouth in19th place on the table with 31 points, while Watford and Aston Villa are on the same points (34) with the later club having a upper hand by a goal difference.
The last day of the match guarantees a lot of fans will be sitting on the edge till the final whistle. Neutrals expect a lot of twists and turn before the night is over.
From Championship to Premier League
Leeds United have confidently secured promotion to the Premier League for the 2020/21 season after 16 years. Thousands of fans were at the club’s ground on Wednesday night to celebrate after the 4-0 win over Charlton.
The newly promoted club finished with 93 points to claim the trophy. It is expected that as three clubs are relegated to the Championship, three clubs will replace them. Leeds have been confirmed but West Brom, Brentford or Fulham, will have to fight to finish in a play offs.
Play-off dates (Times BST)
Semi-finals, first leg
Sunday 26 July, 18:30: Swansea v Brentford
Monday 27 July, 19:45: Cardiff v Fulham
Semi-finals, second leg
Wednesday 29 July, 19:45: Brentford v Swansea
Thursday 30 July, 19:45: Fulham v Cardiff
Tuesday 4 August, 19:45