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After a congested, hectic and unforgiving schedule, it's all come down to this -- Championship Sunday in the Premier League. All 20 teams will be in action as 10 games kickoff at the same time with so much still to be decided. The title will be won by either Manchester City or Liverpool, European places are at stake and still one more team will be relegated from the top flight as Leeds and Burnley aim for safety.

Ahead of what will certainly be a wild Sunday, here's everything to know:

Premier League schedule and how to watch

All matches start at 11 a.m. ET
Arsenal vs. Everton, CNBC
Brentford vs. Leeds, Peacock
Brighton vs. West Ham, Peacock
Burnley vs. Newcastle, Golf Channel
Chelsea vs. Watford, Peacock
Crystal Palace vs. Man United, Peacock
Leicester City vs. Southampton, Peacock
Liverpool vs. Wolves, USA
Man City vs. Aston Villa, NBC
Norwich vs. Tottenham, Syfy

Premier League title race standings and scenarios

It's a two-horse race for the title, as it has been since the league kicked off in August. Manchester City have been the favorite all along with their incredible attack and are now on the brink of winning back-to-back league crowns. They enter the final day with a one-point advantage, and even if they finished tied on points with Liverpool, the title would still be theirs in all likelihood thanks to goal differential.

1. Manchester City, 90 points (+72 GD)
2. Liverpool, 89 points (+66 GD)

Manchester City win the league with ...

  • Win vs. Aston Villa


  • Draw vs. Villa and Liverpool draw vs. Wolves


  • Liverpool loss vs. Wolves

Liverpool win the league with ... 

  • Win vs. Wolves and Man City draws or loses vs. Aston Villa


  • Draw vs. Wolves and Man City loses vs. Aston Villa with Liverpool overcoming goal differential advantage 

Top four

Chelsea have punched their ticket to the UEFA Champions League, so now it is all about who is going to finish in fourth. It's down to two rivals in Tottenham and Arsenal, with Spurs having crushed the Gunners 3-0 last week to jump them in the table. Arsenal are coming off a loss at Newcastle that now sees them need help to qualify for the Champions League. 

3. Chelsea, 70 points (+42 GD)
4. Tottenham, 68 points (+24 GD)
5. Arsenal, 66 points (+9 GD)

Tottenham will qualify for UCL with ...

  • A win over Norwich


  • A draw against Norwich, as long as Arsenal don't win and overcome the -15 goal differential 


  • An Arsenal draw or loss 

So, a draw for Spurs will almost certainly be enough.

Arsenal will qualify for UCL with ...

  • A win over Everton and a Tottenham loss


  • A win over Everton, a Tottenham draw and the Gunners making up the -15 goal differential

Europa League and Conference League

This race is a bit clearer as Arsenal and Manchester United appear headed to UEL. There is a slight chance that West Ham could sneak back into Europa League though. Here's how it looks.

5. Arsenal, 66 points (+9 GD)
6. Manchester United, 58 points (+1 GD)
7. West Ham, 56 points (+11 GD)

Arsenal will qualify for Europa League with ...

  • A draw or loss against Everton


  • A win against Everton combined with a Tottenham win


  • A win against Everton, a draw for Tottenham, and the Gunners failing to make up the -15 goal differential

Manchester United will qualify for Europa League with ...

  • A win against Crystal Palace


  • If West Ham fail to beat Brighton

West Ham will qualify for Europa League with ...

  • A win combined with a United draw or loss

Relegation battle

It's down to Burnley or Leeds. Only one can stay up, while the other will go down on the final day. The race is less hectic than it could of been after Everton's improbable come-from-behind victory over Crystal Palace on Thursday to cement their spot in next season's Premier League. Leeds will need to earn more points than Burnley on Sunday to stay up.

16. Everton, 39 points (-19 GD)
17. Burnley, 35 points (-18 GD)
18. Leeds, 35 points (-38 GD)
19. Watford, 23 points (Relegated)
20. Norwich, 22 points (Relegated)