Premier League 2021/22 standings: Latest standings, fixtures and results

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Today’s Premier League season finale offers so many potential outcomes.

For the first time in years, the title race, relegation battle and European scrap have yet to be resolved as the final game of the League season approaches.

All matches kick off at 4pm BST and eyes will be on the action across the country as Manchester City and Liverpool host Aston Villa and Wolves respectively to determine who will be crowned champions at the end of the final day.

At the bottom of the table, Leeds need to improve on Burnley’s result at home to Newcastle when they travel to Brentford.

Arsenal simply need to beat Everton and hope Norwich can pull off a shock result against Tottenham as they bid for a top four finish.

West Ham could still lift Manchester United to sixth place if they beat Brighton and Crystal Palace do them a favor at Selhurst Park.

Premier League standings 2021/2022

Pos Team P O D L GD Points
1 Manchester City 37 28 6 3 72 90
2 liverpool 37 27 8 2 66 89
3 chelsea 37 20 11 6 42 71
4 Tottenham 37 21 5 11 24 68
5 Arsenal 37 21 3 13 9 66
6 Manchester United 37 16 ten 11 1 58
7 West Ham 37 16 8 13 11 56
8 wolves 37 15 6 16 -3 51
9 Leicester 37 13 ten 14 0 49
ten Brighton 37 11 15 11 -4 48
11 Brentford 37 13 7 17 -7 46
12 Newcastle 37 12 ten 15 -19 46
13 crystal palace 37 ten 15 12 3 45
14 AstonVilla 37 13 6 18 -1 45
15 Southampton 37 9 13 15 -21 40
16 Everton 37 11 6 20 -19 39
17 Burnley 37 7 16 16 -18 35
18 Leeds 37 8 11 18 -38 35
19 watford 37 6 5 26 -42 23
20 Norwich 37 5 7 25 -56 22

Premier League fixtures 2021/2022 match week 38 (all times BST)

Sunday May 22

1600 | Manchester City v Aston Villa

1600 | Liverpool v Wolves

1600 | Norwich v Tottenham

1600 | Arsenal v Everton

1600 | Brighton v West Ham

1600 | Crystal Palace v West Ham

1600 | Brentford v Leeds

1600 | Burnley v Newcastle

1600 | Leicester v Southampton

1600 | Chelsea v Watford


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