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  • 2015-16 Barclays Premier League final day (all kick-offs 15.00 BST)

Arsenal 4-0 Aston Villa

Chelsea 1-1 Leicester

Everton 3-0 Norwich

Manchester United vs Bournemouth abandoned

Newcastle 5-1 Tottenham

Southampton 4-1 Crystal Palace

Stoke 2-1 West Ham

Swansea 1-1 Manchester City

Watford 2-2 Sunderland

West Brom 1-1 Liverpool

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17:12

That is it for this live blog, but stay tuned to IBTimes UK for post-match reaction and further updates from that worrying situation at Old Trafford as we get them.

We will be back on Wednesday night to bring you live coverage of the Europa League final between holders Sevilla and Liverpool at St Jakob-Park in Basel. Until then, goodbye.

17:11

Southampton will be overtaken by United if Louis van Gaal's side earn at least a draw against Bournemouth, but they are now guaranteed a top-six finish and a place in the Europa League after securing their highest ever top-flight points total.

West Ham cross the line in seventh and will need the Red Devils to win the FA Cup to qualify for Europe's secondary club competition. Liverpool finish eighth, ahead of Stoke and Chelsea.

17:07

So Arsenal end up above Tottenham for a 21st successive year thanks to a thumping victory combined with their rivals' shocking display at Newcastle. It has been a testing campaign for the Gunners that has seen increasingly disgruntled fans mount protests against Arsene Wenger's leadership, but it's worth noting that is their highest finish since 2005.

Manchester City all but secure that final Champions League spot after avoiding defeat at Swansea, unless United can beat Bournemouth 14-0 when the two teams do eventually square off later this month.

Leicester's margin of superiority over the rest of the division ended up at 10 points following that hard-fought draw at Chelsea. Incredible.

16:56

Full-time

Arsenal 4-0 Aston Villa

Chelsea 1-1 Leicester

Everton 3-0 Norwich

Newcastle 5-1 Tottenham

Southampton 4-1 Crystal Palace

Stoke 2-1 West Ham

Swansea 1-1 Manchester City

Watford 2-2 Sunderland

West Brom 1-1 Liverpool

16:52

Southampton further hammer home their advantage over Palace and substitute Arteta bids farewell to Arsenal after five years and 150 appearances to add to Villa's misery.

Despite being on top at Stoke, West Ham concede a late winner as Diouf heads in from a Charlie Adam corner.

16:50

Goal: Stoke 2-1 West Ham (Mame Biram Diouf)

16:50

Goal: Arsenal 4-0 Aston Villa (Mikel Arteta)

16:49

Goal: Southampton 4-1 Crystal Palace (Steven Davis)

16:47

An utterly incredible collapse from Tottenham, who now trail by four goals away to relegated Newcastle despite their numerical advantage.

Aarons powers home the fourth after Townsend smashes the woodwork and then feeds right-back Janmaat on the counter for another in quick succession.

The perfect goodbye for Benitez, or will this convince him to stick around?

16:44

Goal: Newcastle 5-1 Tottenham (Daryl Janmaat)

16:44

Goal: Newcastle 4-1 Tottenham (Rolando Aarons)

16:43

Drinkwater, who made his England debut against the Netherlands in March, enhances his stock ahead of tomorrow's squad announcement with a superb long-range leveller in west London.

16:40

Goal: Chelsea 1-1 Leicester (Danny Drinkwater)

16:40

A quickfire brace from Giroud gives the Frenchman a hat-trick and surely cements Arsenal's grip on second place. A chant of "Tottenham Hotspur, it's happened again" rings out around the Emirates. Spurs have not finished above their rivals since 1995.

Palace's hopes of claiming a point at Southampton look to have been ended by Bertrand's powerful penalty, which was won by Mane.

16:37

Goal: Arsenal 3-0 Aston Villa (Olivier Giroud)

16:37

Goal: Southampton 3-1 Crystal Palace (Ryan Bertrand)

16:36

Goal: Arsenal 2-0 Aston Villa (Olivier Giroud)

16:35

Puncheon gives Palace late hope on the south coast with a blistering effort. 10-man Newcastle then restore their two-goal lead over Tottenham as Wijnaldum sends Lloris the wrong way from the spot for his second of the afternoon.

The penalty came after Sissoko took a tumble under pressure from Jan Vertonghen and Eriksen. Any contact there was minimal at best.

16:31

Goal: Newcastle 3-1 Tottenham (Georginio Wijnaldum)

16:30

Goal: Southampton 2-1 Crystal Palace (Jason Puncheon)

16:29

The combative Mitrovic has been sailing fairly close to the wind all afternoon and is now deservedly dismissed for a shocking, studs-up challenge on Walker. He doesn't want to go quietly.

16:27

Red card: Aleksandar Mitrovic (Newcastle)

16:26

Pelle rises to apply the finishing touch to a Cuco Martina cross at St Mary's. Fabregas' opener from the penalty spot for Chelsea came after Nemanja Matic was fouled by N'Golo Kante.

16:24

Goal: Chelsea 1-0 Leicester (Cesc Fabregas)