What can happen on the final day of the season?published at 08:59 21 May
08:59 21 May
The title race
Manchester City start the day one point ahead of Liverpool, with a goal difference of plus six. They will be crowned champions:
If they beat Aston Villa.
If they draw and Liverpool fail to win.
If they lose by fewer than six goals and Liverpool fail to win.
If they lose (by any margin) and Liverpool lose.
For Liverpool, they will be champions:
If they beat Wolves and Manchester City fail to win.
If they draw and City lose by at least six goals.
And just for fun... if Liverpool draw 5-5 and City lose 6-0, both sides would finish level on points, goal difference and goals scored. The first tie-breaker is head-to-head records – they drew 2-2 twice this season. The second tie-breaker is away goals in head-to-head games, which is also level. So there would be a play-off game to decide the title!
Champions League finish
The final place is between Tottenham and Arsenal. Whoever does not get it will finish fifth and enter the Europa League.
Spurs will clinch the final top-four place:
If they win at Norwich.
If they draw and Arsenal fail to win by 15 or more goals.
If they lose and Arsenal fail to win.
Arsenal can only clinch the final place:
If they beat Everton and Tottenham lose.
If they win by 15 or more goals and Tottenham draw.
Europa League and Europa Conference League
Sixth (Europa League) and seventh (Europa Conference League) place is between Manchester United and West Ham. The Hammers start two points behind, but with a much better goal difference.
Manchester United will finish sixth if they beat Crystal Palace, or if West Ham fail to win.
West Ham will finish sixth if they win at Brighton and Manchester United fail to win.
The final relegation place is between Burnley and Leeds United, who begin the day level on points, but the Clarets have goal difference advantage of 20.
Burnley are safe if they match Leeds’ result, but down if they fail to do so.
Leeds need to better the Clarets result to stay up, but are down if they fail to do so.
Lawro's predictions: Norwich v Tottenhampublished at 17:54 20 May
17:54 20 May
After more than 20 years, legendary BBC football pundit Mark Lawrenson is making his final set of Premier League predictions this weekend.
Lawro's prediction: 0-2
I know there is this perception that Tottenham can always slip up, but not this time.
I am expecting Norwich to give them a game but Spurs have got Dejan Kulusevski now as well as Harry Kane and Son Heung-min and I don't see the Canaries holding out, let alone beating them.
Spurs have fought so hard to get into this position, where they just need a point to get back into the Champions League after two seasons away. I don't see them falling at the final hurdle.
Virus in Spurs camp 'not a problem' - Contepublished at 15:30 20 May
15:30 20 May
Antonio Conte says a stomach virus in the Tottenham camp is "not a problem" and has reassured fans his side have "prepared very well" for Sunday's game against Norwich.
Reports of a virus doing the rounds at Spurs emerged on Friday, with Harry Kane pulling out of a scheduled appearance because he felt unwell.
However, Conte has confirmed Kane will be available for Sunday.
"If you remember the last game, we had three or four cases of stomach problems," he said.
"In this week, I have to be honest, we had a couple of cases but we overcame the situation.
"Also members of the staff, one day they were not feeling so good.
"It's a problem that lasts one or two days and then you are fine. The medical department try to take care of it with vitamins.
"This is a problem we have to face, but in my mind it is not a problem.
"We have worked well this week and prepared very well.
"There is the whole season behind this game and we can reach something amazing.
"We are ready to fight and to try and get a good result on Sunday."
Conte on Kane's fitness, Son and finishing fourthpublished at 14:44 20 May
14:44 20 May
Antonio Conte has been speaking to the media before Tottenham face Norwich at Carrow Road on Sunday.
Here are the key lines from his news conference:
Despite speculation, Conte says Harry Kane will be available for Sunday's match because "Harry doesn't want to miss this type of game".
He said that although some more players and staff have had a stomach virus, it's "the last" of his problems at the moment and added: "We are close to a big achievement and we are totally focused."
There are no new injuries going into the game against Norwich, with Christian Romero out of contention due to a "traumatic hip injury".
He said his side are "ready to fight" for a top-four place: "We can reach something amazing because I think no one could have imagined top four this season. We have worked hard and now everything is in our hands."
On whether Son Heung-min would take any penalties to secure the golden boot, he said: "Before that there is the interest of the team and Harry Kane is our penalty taker. If there is a penalty, Kane has to kick. After that I'm pleased for Sonny, he deserves to stay in this position, but first the team."
'Champions League football is in your grasp' - your 20-word team talkspublished at 12:30 19 May
12:30 19 May
We've been asking you to channel your inner Antonio Conte and deliver a 20-word team talk to inspire Tottenham before the final day of the season.
Here are some of your suggestions:
Elliott: Lads, you’re one step away from being where you deserve to be, the Champions League. Dare and do this Sunday!
Christopher: Go out there and work as a team. Let's get it done. Be strong. Help Son get the golden boot.
Bryan: Champions League football is in your grasp - underestimate Norwich and Arsenal will snatch that from us.
Dave: Do it for the fans, do it for yourselves, have no regrets, go out there and win.
Brendan: Don't be wary, Norwich aren't scary, they're named after a canary because they threaten goals rarely. Golden boot please Sonny!
And a couple that might've snuck marginally over the 20-word target...
Peter: Gentlemen, this is your day. Remember the great Tottenham sides, first club to win the impossible double, first to win a major European trophy. You are the beating heart of the beautiful game. Now is your chance to own this day and achieve what everyone thought was lost. We are Tottenham.
David: Lads we have all worked hard to get to this position, and are privileged to be here knowing what the final prize is! You shouldn't need much motivation for this game! So let's be confident and enjoy the game.
Transfer news: McGinn on Spurs' summer target listpublished at 07:29 19 May
Norwich v Tottenham: Head-to-head recordpublished at 15:06 18 May
15:06 18 May
Norwich have won just one of their past nine league games against Tottenham (D3 L5) - 1-0 at home in February 2014. The Canaries have conceded at least twice in their past five matches against Spurs (D1 L4).
This will be the sixth time Spurs have faced a side already relegated from the Premier League on the final day of the season, though they’ve lost more of those games (three) than they’ve won (two).
Norwich have won their final league game in only two of their nine Premier League campaigns (D3 L4), beating Aston Villa in 2011-12 and Manchester City in 2012-13.
Tottenham have lost their final league game just once in the past 11 campaigns (W8 D2) - but that was 5-1 at already-relegated Newcastle in 2015-16.
The bottom side have won their final Premier League match in just two of the past 16 seasons (D3 L11).
What's your 20-word team talk for the final day?published at 12:29 18 May
12:29 18 May
It's all in your hands.
Win at Norwich and Spurs are back in the Champions League after a three-year absence.
What could possibly go wrong?
If you were Antonio Conte, what would you say to your players in the dressing room?
Transfer news: Ndombele likely to return to Spurspublished at 07:12 17 May
07:12 17 May
Lyon are not expected to sign Tottenham and France midfielder Tanguy Ndombele on a permanent deal, with the 25-year-old likely to return to north London after his loan spell with the French club. (Football Insider), external