Premier League set for exciting Sunday finale

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The Premier League’s longest season will finally end on Sunday with plenty still on the line at both ends of the table.

Champions Liverpool will round off their campaign at Newcastle, while Chelsea, Manchester United and Leicester will be competing for Champions League places.

At the other end, Aston Villa, Watford and Bournemouth will be battling it out to avoid relegation.

Manchester United will secure a place in next season's Champions League if they avoid defeat at Leicester, while a win for Leicester means they will qualify for Europe's elite competition.

Fourth-placed Chelsea need a point at home to Wolves to seal a top-four finish, but should Frank Lampard's men lose, then a draw between Leicester and United would see those two teams qualify for the Champions League.

Elsewhere, already-relegated Norwich will play their final top-flight game at Manchester City, Aston Villa will head to West Ham, 18th-placed Watford will take on Arsenal, and Bournemouth (19th place) will travel to mid-table Everton.

In other games, Crystal Palace host Tottenham, Burnley take on Brighton and Southampton face Sheffield.

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