Entwined in the roller coaster of emotions on what could be a dramatic final day in the Premier League will be a slew of farewells for players, managers and even referees. Some will be heartfelt. Others most certainly won’t be. Divock Origi and Antonio Rudiger, for example, are leaving Liverpool and Chelsea, respectively, to move abroad and can expect great receptions on Sunday from fans who have seen the pair produce big-game performances and help their clubs win the Champions League. Fernandin
After three months in charge at Elland Road, Jesse Marsch finds his Leeds United side on the brink of relegation, with their top-flight fate out of their hands. As a result, Leeds will have to rely on Burnley slipping up against Newcastle on Sunday afternoon, while they themselves have to pick up points on their visit to Brentford. They head into the final day of the Premier League level on points with Burnley, but sit one place below the Clarets due to their inferior goal difference. 🔢 @LUFC take on Brentford in the @premierleague this weekend.
Manchester City are a point ahead of Liverpool before Sunday’s final round of fixtures.