Things to settle in all areas of the table going into the final day
Manchester City and Manchester United will go head-to-head for the Premier League title on Sunday afternoon, while Queens Park Rangers and Bolton fight to avoid relegation.
If that's not enough Arsenal, Tottenham and Newcastle are all battling it out for the a place in the top-four, which they all hope will secure Champions League football for next season.
Manchester City have no fresh injury worries, and could line-up the way they finished against Newcastle last weekend.
Chris Smalling has been ruled out of Manchester United's trip to Sunderland with a groin problem and will miss Euro 2012 as a result.
At the bottom, Bolton midfield duo Mark Davies and Nigel Reo-Coker are both doubts for the must-win trip to Stoke.
In the race for Champions League spots, Theo Walcott could make an unexpected return to the Arsenal squad for their trip to West Bromwich Albion.
Tottenham have a problem at left-back this weekend following Danny Rose's red card against Aston Villa.
Newcastle full-back Danny Simpson has not recovered in time to make the trip to Everton.
Elsewhere, Chelsea will still be without Gary Cahill and David Luiz for the visit of Blackburn, but both hope to be fit for next Saturday's Champions League final.
Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard may not be risked at Swansea as he continues to shake off a back problem.
Everton defender Leighton Baines could be given an end-of-season run out against Newcastle, after he returned to full training this week following a recent hamstring injury.
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