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So West Ham end their season with an away victory as they came from behind to beat Burnley at Turf Moor.
Burnley went ahead when Sam Vokes scored his 10th league goal of the season when he finished off Andre Gray's low cross.
The hosts' lead only lasted four minutes before Sofiane Feghouli netted to complete a fine move that also involved Edimilson Fernandes and Andre Ayew.
Ayew scored the winning goal with a close-range header after Tom Heaton had pushed Fernandes' shot on to the crossbar.
A great day for 18-year-old Declan Rice, who comes on to make his West Ham debut. Edimilson Fernandes is the man replaced.
Sam Vokes, who has just been announced as man of the match by the stadium announcer, wants a corner, but is denied.
Only six minutes left. This would be a good way to end a disappointing season for the Hammers.
So close to a third for West Ham. Manuel Lanzini whips in a free-kick from 20 yards, it has Tom Heaton panicking and some West Ham fans cheer, thinking it is in the roof of the net.
It isn't though and it is just, just over.
Jordan Ayew scored for Swansea to make it 1-1 in their game against West Brom. At almost the exact same time. Spooky.
A double change for Burnley as Ashley Barnes replaces Andre Gray and Steven Defour comes on for Ashley Westwood. They have 15 minutes left to save the day.
The visitors lead. Edimilson Fernandes shoots at goal from the edge of the area and it is a great save from Tom Heaton, but the Burnley goalkeeper is so, so unlucky.
Heaton pushes the ball on to the crossbar but it bounces down perfectly for Andre Ayew who heads into an empty net from close range.Copyright: Reuters
Not an end of season classic. Three shots on target in 65 minutes.Copyright: .
Robbie Brady gets a warm reception from the home fans as he goes off, with Johann Berg Gudmundsson coming on in his place.
Burnley's Ashley Westwood goes for the spectacular with a 25 yard volley. But it is a rubbish effort. Well, well over the bar.
The Champions League picture is all settled now. Well, probably. Liverpool are 3-0 up against Middlesbrough and Manchester City are 5-0 ahead at Watford.
It means Arsenal, 2-1 ahead against Everton, will be playing Europa League football next season.
A good chance. Wasted. Robbie Brady leans back on the free-kick and it is harmlessly over the top.
Free-kick to Burnley right on the edge of the penalty area after Angelo Ogbonna is adjudged to have handled the ball under pressure from Andre Gray.
Chance for the hosts. Robbie Brady territory.
Another good position for Burnley, but it comes to nothing as Matt Lowton, from the top corner of the penalty area, overcooks his cross and it is over the head of Sam Vokes at the back post.
An early chance in the second half for Burnley's Sam Vokes to double his day's goal tally. He gets on the end of Matt Lowton's cross but glances a header wide.
And now we are ready for the last 45 minutes of Premier League football this season.Copyright: PA
And these are the scores from elsewhere.
Georginio Wijnaldum's goal at the end of the first name is taking Liverpool into the Champions League. Arsenal, 2-0 ahead against Everton, will be left in the Europa League.Copyright: BBC
Courtois? De Gea? Lloris?
Costa? Kane? Lukaku?
As the Premier League season comes to an end, pick your team of the season and then share it to the world via social media.Copyright: .