Premier League permutations: Hull to drop after Chelsea clinch title?
Last Updated: 12/05/17 11:39pm
Arsenal's victory at Southampton on Wednesday looks to have taken the race for European qualification down to the wire.
It's just as tight down the bottom, with Middlesbrough's relegation on Monday leaving Hull and Swansea scrambling to avoid the drop.
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Ahead of a mammoth set of fixtures, we examine the weekend's Premier League permutations...
Race for the title
CHELSEA clinched the Premier League title with a late win at West Brom on Friday.
Michy Batshuayi's 82nd-minute winner means the Blues are now 10 points clear of second-placed TOTTENHAM, who have three games left to play.
Arsenal kept up their late charge with a 2-0 win at Southampton on Wednesday and now sit three points behind Manchester City and four off Liverpool, with a game in hand on the Reds.
But should ARSENAL lose at Stoke on Saturday and MANCHESTER UNITED fail to win at Spurs, then a victory for LIVERPOOL away at West Ham on Sunday would secure a top-four finish for Jurgen Klopp's side.
Fight for survival
HULL will be relegated alongside Sunderland and Boro if they lose at Crystal Palace on Sunday and SWANSEA beat Sunderland on Saturday.
A draw would secure safety for PALACE, as well as WATFORD and BURNLEY, who would be out of reach of Hull but leave the Tigers on the brink - by virtue of their inferior goal difference - were Swansea to triumph.
The Hornets and Clarets can also control their own destiny with a point in their respective fixtures - Watford travel to Everton on Friday while Burnley are in action on Saturday at Bournemouth.