Today marks the final chapter in the English Premier League season, 50 weeks after it started.

And it looks like we’re in for a nail-biting finale.

The battle to clinch Champions League qualification for next season is down to three teams.

Only two spots available though.

Man Utd will qualify for the Champions League as long as they don’t lose to Leicester

The battle to clinch Champions League qualification for next season is down to three teams.

Only two spots available though.

Things are just as intense at the wrong end of the table.

Two more teams will join already-relegated Norwich to play second-tier football next season.

Watford had a change of three managers during the course of the season

And it looks gloom and doom for Bournemouth, who have to WIN and hope both Aston Villa and Watford lose.

Villa, who start the day outside of the bottom three on goal difference, visit a West Ham side who are now safe, 18th-placed Watford go to FA Cup finalists Arsenal, while 19th-placed Bournemouth are at mid-table Everton.

Personal glory at stake too.

Jamie Vardy top of the charts with 23 goals

Leicester’s Jamie Vardy and Southampton’s Danny Ings locked in a battle to be the league’s top scorer.

Vardy leads with 23 goals, two ahead of Ings.

Sure looks like an English one-two. The last time it happened, that was way back in 2000.

Meanwhile, the 2020-21 Premier League season will begin on September 12 and conclude on May 23.

Most clubs will have a seven-week break between the end of the 2019/20 season this weekend and the start of the new campaign.