One match left: Where can your club finish on the Premier League table?

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After 37 rounds of action, there is only one matchday left in the 2015-16 Barclays Premier League season.

All 20 teams are in action on Sunday as ten matches simultaneously kick off at 10 a.m. ET. You’ll be able to watch every match live across the networks of NBC, and as always, every match is also available online via Live Extra.

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Below is the current league table with all of Sunday’s matchups, breaking down the scenarios needed to help your club earn their highest possible finish.

1. Leicester City, 80 points — Premier League champions
Final match: @ Chelsea
Premier League champions.

2. Tottenham Hotspur, 70 points — Clinched Champions League spot
Final match: @ Newcastle
Highest possible finish: 2nd
Need: Win/draw.
Lowest possible finish: 3rd

3. Arsenal, 68 points — Clinched Champions League spot
Final match: vs. Aston Villa
Highest possible finish: 2nd
Need: Win + Tottenham loss.
Lowest possible finish: 4th

4. Manchester City, 65 points — Clinched at least Europa League spot
Final match: @ Swansea City
Highest possible finish: 3rd
Need: Win + Arsenal loss.
Lowest probable finish: 5th

5. Manchester United, 63 points
Final match: vs. Bournemouth
Highest possible finish: 4th
Need: Win + Man City loss.
Lowest possible finish: 7th

6. West Ham United, 62 points
Final match: @ Stoke City
Highest probable finish: 5th
Need: Win/draw + Man United loss.
Lowest possible finish: 8th

7. Southampton, 60 points
Final match: vs. Crystal Palace
Highest possible finish: 5th
Need: Win + Man United loss + West Ham draw/loss.
Lowest possible finish: 8th

8. Liverpool, 59 points
Final match: @ West Bromwich Albion
Highest possible finish: 6th
Need: Win + West Ham loss + Southampton draw/loss.
Lowest possible finish: 8th

9. Chelsea, 49 points
Final match: vs. Leicester City
Highest possible finish: 9th
Need: Win OR draw + Stoke draw/loss.
Lowest possible finish: 10th

10. Stoke City, 48 points
Final match: vs. West Ham
Highest possible finish: 9th
Need: Win + Chelsea draw/loss.
Lowest possible finish: 11th

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11. Swansea City, 46 points
Final match: vs. Manchester City
Highest probable finish: 10th
Need: Win + Stoke draw/loss.
Lowest possible finish: 13th

12. Everton, 44 points
Final match: vs. Norwich City
Highest possible finish: 11th
Need: Win + Swansea loss/draw.
Lowest possible finish: 16th

13. Watford, 44 points
Final match: vs. Sunderland
Highest possible finish: 11th
Need: Win + Swansea draw/loss + Everton draw/loss.
Lowest possible finish: 16th

14. Crystal Palace, 42 points
Final match: @ Southampton
Highest possible finish: 13th
Need: Win + Everton loss + Watford draw/loss.
Lowest possible finish: 16th

15. West Bromwich Albion, 42 points
Final match: vs. Liverpool
Highest possible finish: 12th
Need: Win + Palace draw/loss + Watford loss + Everton loss.
Lowest possible finish: 16th

16. Bournemouth, 42 points
Final match: @ Manchester United
Highest possible finish: 12th
Need: Win + West Brom draw/loss + Palace draw/loss + Watford loss + Everton loss.
Lowest possible finish: 16th

17. Sunderland, 38 points
Final match: @ Watford
Will finish 17th.


18. Newcastle United, 34 points — Relegated
Final match: vs. Tottenham

19. Norwich City, 34 points — Relegated
Final match: @ Everton

20. Aston Villa, 17 points — Relegated
Final match: @ Arsenal

Please note, West Ham and Swansea City could finish as high as fourth and ninth respectively, but would need to make up massive goal differentials in the process. Therefore, their “highest probable finish” was used.