There are ten games taking place this afternoon in the Premier League, with Arsenal, Manchester City, Manchester United, and Tottenham just some of the clubs in action.
Sunday's Premier League action all gets underway at 3pm, with the title race to be decided along with the battle for Champions League qualification.
And at the bottom of the table, the relegation places are also yet to be finalised.
Man City start the day ahead of rivals Man Utd only on goal difference and Roberto Mancini's side know that a win will guarantee them the title, regardless of their neighbours' result.
City play host to QPR, who travel to the Etihad Stadium knowing that only a win will guarantee their top flight status for next season.
Mark Hughes' side start the day two points above the relegation zone, but they will be relegated should they lose and Bolton - who travel to Stoke - win their final game of the season.
Sir Alex Ferguson takes his United side to the Stadium of Light to take on Sunderland. The Red Devils know that even a win may not be enough to see them lift the Premiership title, so Fergie is relying on former United striker Hughes to do him a favour in Manchester.
Arsenal start the day in third position and although they look set to qualify for next season's Champions League, they could still end the day outside the top four.
The Gunners travel to The Hawthorns to take on West Brom, who are managed for the last time by Roy Hodgson, who will take charge of England after today.
Tottenham and Newcastle are breathing down Arsenal's neck, and Spurs play host to Fulham this afternoon looking to take three points and secure a top four finish.
Newcastle, who start the day in fifth place, travel to Everton, looking to end their superb campaign on a high.
Elsewhere, Champions League finalists Chelsea play host to relegated Blackburn, while rock-bottom Wolves travel to Wigan for their final game in the top flight.
Norwich play host to Aston Villa, while Liverpool will be keen to beat Swansea, and hope Newcastle get a result at Goodison Park, so they can finish the season above Everton.
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