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Premier League

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.

Eden Hazard

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.

Final day final scores:

Arsenal 2-1 Everton
Burnley 1-2 West Ham
Chelsea 5-1 Sunderland
Hull 1-7 Tottenham
Leicester 1-1 Bournemouth
Liverpool 3-0 Middlesbrough
Manchester United 2-0 Crystal Palace
Southampton 0-1 Stoke
Swansea 2-1 West Brom
Watford 0-5 Manchester City

And here's the final table.

Premier League 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.

Arsenal 2-1 Everton
Burnley 1-2 West Ham
Chelsea 3-1 Sunderland
Hull 1-5 Tottenham
Leicester 1-1 Bournemouth
Liverpool 3-0 Middlesbrough
Manchester United 2-0 Crystal Palace
Southampton 0-1 Stoke
Swansea 1-1 West Brom
Watford 0-5 Manchester City

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.

Goal! Chelsea 2-1 Sunderland (Eden Hazard, 60)

Goal! Southampton 0-1 Stoke City (Peter Crouch, 60)

Goal! Watford 0-5 Manchester City (Gabriel Jesus, 59)

Goal! Arsenal 2-1 Everton (Romelu Lukaku, 58)

Liverpool are cruising into fourth place night and it is turning into a miserable afternoon for Arsenal for more than one reason. Fifth place now seems certain, but more worryingly, Gabriel has just gone off injured after Laurent Koscielny was sent off in the first half. The Frenchman will now miss the FA Cup final through suspension, surely Gabriel will be considered a doubt at this point?

Goal! Liverpool 3-0 Middlesbrough (Adam Lallana, 56)

Leicester pull level! There's a right old mess in the Bournemouth box with Slimani heading the ball back across goal where Vardy is placed to lash home.

Goal! Leicester City 1-1 Bournemouth (Jamie Vardy, 51)

Liverpool have a second with Philippe Coutinho whipping a sublime free kick over the wall and into the back of the net from 25 yards out. That's all, folks.

Goal! Liverpool 2-0 Middlesbrough (Philippe Coutinho, 50)

Here we go then, we are back underway for the final 45 minutes of the season.

So as things stand, Manchester City will finish in third place with Liverpool claiming the final Champions League spot.

Here is how we are looking at half-time.

Arsenal 2-0 Everton
Burnley 1-1 West Ham
Chelsea 1-1 Sunderland
Hull 0-3 Tottenham
Leicester 0-1 Bournemouth
Liverpool 1-0 Middlesbrough
Manchester United 2-0 Crystal Palace
Southampton 0-0 Stoke
Swansea 0-1 West Brom
Watford 0-4 Manchester City

Half-time whistles are starting to go up and down the country.

Just before the half-time whistle, Tottenham have made it three at the KCOM Stadium, pouncing on the counter attack through Son who slides across goal for an easy finish for Alli.

Goal! Hull City 0-3 Tottenham (Dele Alli, 45)

Goal! Liverpool 1-0 Middlesbrough (Georginio Wijnaldum, 45)

Paul Pogba's afternoon is done already; he's ran the show but Mourinho is taking no chances and brings on Michael Carrick at the end of the first-half.

Goal! Watford 0-4 Manchester City (Fernandinho, 40)

Oh Watford. They just don't care anymore. It's three for City with Sergio Aguero adding his second, tucking away after being fed by Leroy Sane.

Goal! Watford 0-3 Manchester City (Sergio Aguero, 36)

Josh Harrop

A moment to remember for Josh Harrop as his curled effort finds the top corner.

Two former Manchester United players combine at the Liberty Stadium as Jonny Evans rises to nod home Darren Fletcher's corner kick to give West Brom the lead.

Goal! Swansea 0-1 West Brom (Jonny Evans, 33)

West Ham find an equaliser after a neat set play. Fernandes takes it, finding Andre Ayew who brilliantly frees Feghouli, who makes no mistake in finding the back of the net.

Goal! Burnley 1-1 West Ham (Sofiane Feghouli, 28)

Here's how we are looking so far.

Arsenal 2-0 Everton
Burnley 1-0 West Ham
Chelsea 1-1 Sunderland
Hull 0-2 Tottenham
Leicester 0-1 Bournemouth
Liverpool 0-0 Middlesbrough
Manchester United 2-0 Crystal Palace
Southampton 0-0 Stoke
Swansea 0-0 West Brom
Watford 0-2 Manchester City

Goal! Arsenal 2-0 Everton (Alexis Sanchez, 28)

Burnley break the deadlock at Turf Moor with the two strikers combining; Andre Gray's square pass finding Sam Vokes who finds the back of the net from close range.

Goal! Burnley 1-0 West Ham (Sam Vokes)

City are strolling through their match so far; Aguero has just made it two, latching onto De Bruyne's cross to complete a fine counter attack.

Goal! Watford 0-2 Manchester City (Sergio Aguero, 23)

An assist and now a goal for Paul Pogba! Lingard drives upfield at pace and looks across to his left where the France international is breaking. Joel Ward sticks out a boot to reach the ball but only manages to stop it dead in its tracks and tee it up for Pogba, who drills underneath the Palace goalkeeper.

Goal! Manchester United 2-0 Crystal Palace (Paul Pogba, 18)

It's a dream debut for Josh Harrop! Picked out by Pogba down the inside left channel, the youngster cuts in to take on Martin Kelly, moving inside the defender to take the shot on with his favoured right foot. Rooney is waiting inside but the 21-year-old takes it on himself, lashing into the far corner.

Goal! Manchester United 1-0 Crystal Palace (Josh Harrop, 14)

Two in two minutes for Tottenham, and Harry Kane has got both of them. His first was a cool finish after being picked out by Christian Eriksen, tapping home a second after a wicked delivery from Trippier out on the right. That moves him onto 28 Premier League goals for the season.

Goal! Hull City 0-2 Tottenham (Harry Kane, 13)

Goal! Hull City 0-1 Tottenham (Harry Kane, 11)

To the surprise of absolutely no one, Sunderland's lead hasn't lasted long. Marcos Alonso is denied by the post after a splendid free kick but when the Black Cats fail to clear, the Brazilian takes advantage and fires home.

Goal! Chelsea 1-1 Sunderland (Willian, 8)

Goal! Arsenal 1-0 Everton (Hector Bellerin, 8)

It's all kicking off at the minute. Sunderland have taken a shock lead at Stamford Bridge with Javi Manquillo, a man who has been nominated for quite a few 'Worst XIs of the season', reacting quickest to ping home a rebound after Seb Larsson's free kick was blocked by the wall.

Meanwhile at Vicarage Road, Vincent Kompany has just been left with the simple task of nodding home Kevin de Bruyne's corner kick, having been left unmarked in the box.

Goal! Watford 0-1 Manchester City (Vincent Kompany, 4)

Goal! Chelsea 0-1 Sunderland (Javier Manquillo, 3)

Bournemouth have the first goal of the evening! It's excellent play from Mousset down the flank flank but sees his shot on goal parried away by Schmeichel. Stanislas reacts quickest however and converts the rebounds.

Goal! Leicester 0-1 Bournemouth (Junior Stanislas, 1)

Palace nearly in for an opener at Old Trafford! Zaha and Van Aanholt combine with a neat one two down the right with the latter racing into the box on the return. Just as his goes to pull the trigger however Timothy Fosu-Mensah slides in to make a terrific sliding challenge.

He we go, the final 90 minutes of Premier League football this season is underway.

10 games on show today. They are:

Arsenal vs Everton
Burnley vs West Ham
Chelsea vs Sunderland
Hull vs Tottenham
Leicester vs Bournemouth
Liverpool vs Middlesbrough
Manchester United vs Crystal Palace
Southampton vs Stoke
Swansea vs West Brom
Watford vs Manchester City

For dedicated coverage of Liverpool vs Middlesbrough and Watford vs Manchester City, click here.

Or, to keep an eye over Arsenal's meeting with Everton, we have got you covered here.

Robbie Brady is back in the Burnley starting XI this afternoon, as is Andre Gray up front.

West Ham's players look like they were counting the minutes until their flight to Ibiza against Liverpool last week so Slaven Bilic makes three changes to the side that was thrashed 4-0 at home. Robert Snodgrass, Angelo Ogbonna and Sofiane Feghouli all come in, with 18-year-old Declan Rice on the bench.

Already relegated Hull hand a start to 17-year-old Josh Tymon with Curtis Davies back in the starting XI to replace Harry Maguire.

After he was left without a natural right-back against Hull, Mauricio Pochettino is able to call upon Kieran Trippier this afternoon. Christian Eriksen is also back after being handed a rest so, with the exception of the injured Danny Rose, we are looking at Tottenham's strongest XI.

Charlie Austin is back for Southampton today after the shoulder injury that has ensured he hasn't played at all in 2017. He replaces Manolo Gabbiadini, with Ryan Bertrand coming in for Matty Targett down the left.

For Stoke meanwhile, the exciting Ramadan Sobhi is baqck in the starting XI, he replaces Glen Johnson.

After given a few fringe players a run-out in the thriller against Watford, Antonio Conte has reverted back to something resembling his strongest XI. Cesc Fabregas partners N'Golo Kante in midfield with Willian given the nod ahead of Pedro; and of course, John Terry comes in at the back to partner his side for one last time.

Had Chelsea not already wrapped up the league, this could be very messy for Sunderland. With 11 players unavailable/not bothered anymore, Joleon Lescott comes in for his debut this afternoon but Jermain Defoe is out, having failed to recover from a hamstring injury. There are five changes in all for the Black Cats, Lee Cattermole, Jack Rodwell, Bryan Oviedo, Adnan Januzaj and Fabio Borini all in.

As expected, Jose Mourinho makes sweeping changes to his side ahead of Wednesday's Europa League final against Ajax. Eric Bailly, Phil Jones, Axel Tuanzebe and Wayne Rooney are the only ones to retain their places with four academy graduates making their debuts.

Paul Pogba will play his first game since the victory over Burnley in April and it looks like Axel Tuanzebe will be his partner in midfield with Timothy Fosu-Mensah in at right-back. Josh Harrop looks like he will be starting up front, flanked either side by Wayne Rooney and Jesse Lingard. 16-year-old Angel Gomes is on the bench.

Sam Allardyce makes two changes to his Crystal Palace side, keeping to his promise to field a strong XI today. Andros Townsend and Yohan Cabaye are ruled out with respective Achilles and foot injuries, with Patrick van Aanholt and James McArthur in for the pair.

By our count, that is 12 academy graduates in Jose Mourinho's Manchester United squad this afternoon.

Jose Mourinho keeps to his word then; United's starting line-up is flush with debutants this afternoon; there are four making full debuts from the start with four more waiting on the bench.

Manchester United team to face Crystal Palace: Pereira: Fosu-Mensah, Bailly, Jones, Mitchell, McTominay, Tuanzebe, Pogba, Lingard, Rooney, Harrop

Subs: O'Hara, Blind, Carrick, Willock, Dearnley, Gomes, Martial

BREAKING: Josh Harrop, Scott McTominay, Demetri Mitchell and Joel Pereira make their full senior debuts for Manchester United this afternoon. Wayne Rooney starts as captain.

Among the minor subplots taking place today is the race for the Premier League golden boot. Harry Kane scored his fifth hat-trick for Spurs in the thrashing of Leicester City last Thursday, lifting him into top spot with 26 goals. Romelu Lukaku will be hoping to put Arsenal to the sword and close the gap, however; he is on 24 for the season ahead of kick-off. Alexis Sanchez sits one behind him.

Harry Kane

So how might United line up this afternoon? Eric Bailly and Paul Pogba are the only definite senior starters this afternoon so that gives us a chance to wildly speculate over which youngsters will feature today. Here's our predicted line-up.

Manchester United predicted team

Jose Mourinho on Paul Pogba.

"Paul Pogba is fine. A strong guy, strong mentality. He's learning how to live after his father passed away, but he is strong. He knows that he needs to play on Sunday because he hasn't played or trained for a long time and he needs these minutes on the pitch, so he plays against Palace."

Team news: Manchester United

Paul Pogba will come into a youthful United line up this afternoon. The France international has returned from compassionate leave following the passing of his father and will be given the chance to get up to speed ahead of Wednesday's final.

Chris Smalling has a minor knock that has ruled him out today although he is expected to be ready for Ajax, with Timothy Fosu-Mensah and Axel Tuanzebe both expected to feature.

Paul Pogba

Jose Mourinho on the youngsters in his squad this afternoon.

"You will have the two goalkeepers, Joel Pereira and Kieran O'Hara. We will have Demi Mitchell, Scott McTominay, Josh Harrop, Matty Willock, Angel Gomes and Zachary Dearnley. I think that's it. Plus Tim Fosu-Mensah and Axel Tuanzebe, so lots of them.

"I think one [young player can play] in the middle of a good structure, a dynamic structure, an experienced structure, yes. But as for lots of them together, I think no [they aren't ready].

"I will bring three of four of the first-team players, you know, to play one half each. I can give a little bit of experience to the team but, at the same time, save them all for Wednesday. I don't know [whether] Wayne [will play] or not, he played 90 minutes in the last match, so probably not."

Team news: Manchester United

In terms of team selection, things could be very interesting indeed at Old Trafford this afternoon. With the Europa League final against Ajax looming large on Wednesday, Jose Mourinho will ring in the changes with a cluster of senior debuts on the cards.

The United manager has said this week that Joel Pereira, Demi Mitchell, Scott McTominay, Josh Harrop, Matty Willock, Angel Gomes and Zachary Dearnley are all in line to feature against Sam Allardyce's side. Gomes, the most highly-regarded of the bench, doesn't turn 17 until later this year.

Joel Pereira
Pereira could start for United in goal today. Getty

Here we are then. The 2016-17 Premier League season ends today. Not quite with a bang, however. Chelsea are champions. Tottenham are runners up. Hull City, Middlesbrough and Sunderland are already relegated. We are pretty much done and dusted as far as major headlines go.

Arsenal are still hoping to crash the top four party, however. But they are in need of a minor miracle courtesy of Middlesbrough or Watford. It's all explained here, and you can follow the three-way battle for Champions League football more closely with our live coverage of Liverpool vs Middlesbrough, Watford vs Manchester City and Arsenal vs Everton here.

But, if you are looking to kick back and see some goals fly in, we have the rest of this afternoon's action covered here. All your team news is on the way.