- Chelsea finish their season with a thumping win at home over Sunderland.
- Manchester City and Liverpool both win to confirm their places in next season's Champions League - Arsenal qualify for the Europa League.
- 36 goals scored in the final games of the season.
That's that then. The Premier League is put to bed for another season and it is Manchester City and Liverpool who join Chelsea and Tottenham in qualifying for next season's Champions League.
The champions ended their campaign in style, putting five past Sunderland despite falling behind to an early Javi Manquillo goal.
Elsewhere today, Spurs have put seven past a hapless Hull, taking their tally to 13 goals in two games – six of those coming courtesy of Harry Kane who finishes the season with 29 in the league to his name.
Jose Mourinho decided to bring in the kids for their final game of the season against Crystal Palace, a decision which paid off with Manchester United easing to a comfortable win in what may have been Wayne Rooney's last appearance for the club.
West Ham United and Swansea City both came from goals behind to record final day wins over Burnley and West Brom, with the Ayew brothers Andre and Jordan both scoring the winners for their side.
Southampton end their season with a whimper after a home defeat to Stoke, while Leicester follow up last season's league triumph in 12th place after a draw at home to Bournemouth.
And here's the final table.
Full-time whistles now being blown up and down the country...
The man who sealed the Premier League title for Chelsea is now in on the act at Stamford Bridge, sliding one under the legs of Pickford after being picked out by Pedro.
Goal! Chelsea 5-1 Sunderland (Michy Batshuayi, 90)
Tottenham fans have been chanting for seven and they have got just that. This time it's Toby Alderweireld on the score sheet, getting forward to tap home a cross from Trippier.
Goal! Hull City 1-7 Tottenham (Toby Alderweireld, 87)
Big change for United at Old Trafford, 16-year-old Angel Gomes is coming on for his debut to replace Rooney. Is that the last we've seen of the club's record goal scorer in a United shirt?
Swansea take the lead! They could be about to mark their Premier League survival with a victory thanks to Fernando Llorente, who has just smashed home Narsingh's cross.
Goal! Swansea 2-1 West Brom (Fernando Llorente, 86)
Hull are getting a battering here. Spurs have matched their score line from Thursday night with Ben Davis adding a six, smashing home an unstoppable effort after a neat lay off from Wanyama.
Goal! Hull City 1-6 Tottenham (Ben Davies 85)
There are around 10 minutes remaining in each of our 10 games this afternoon. Here's how things are looking.
Calamitous defending from Sunderland with Lescott's attempt to head away Fabregas' lofted pass merely guiding it into the path of Pedro who can head home.
Goal! Chelsea 3-1 Sunderland (Pedro, 77)
The Ayew brothers both score within a few minutes of each other. Big brother Andre has just given West Ham the lead, nodding home from close range after Fernandes' strike struck the bar, with Jordan now in on the act, also heading home to level Swansea up against West Brom.
Goal! Swansea 1-1 West Brom (Jordan Ayew, 75)
Goal! Burnley 1-2 West Ham United (Andre Ayew, 72)
After that flicker of life from Hull, Tottenham have since added two more. Victor Wanyama is in on the act, nodding home at the back post from Eriksen's free kick. And Harry Kane has his second hat-trick in four days, getting the ball from Alli before slotting past Marshall. 29 goals now in the league for him this season, incredible.
Goal! Hull 1-5 Tottenham (Harry Kane, 72)
Goal! Hull 1-4 Tottenham (Victor Wanyama, 69)
Hull have pulled one back in their last Premier League game for at least another season, with Sam Clucas in the right place to lash home after a scramble in the box.
Goal! Hull City 1-3 Tottenham (Sam Clucas, 66)
Finally the deadlock is broken down on the south coast where Peter Crouch has scored against his former club, picked out by Cameron to nod past Fraser Forster.
Chelsea lead for the first time at Stamford Bridge with Eden Hazard finishing a fine team move, receiving the ball from Willian before slotting home his 16th goal of the season.