Premier League final day highlights: Spurs take last Champions League spot; Arsenal, Man United finish in Europa League places

Norwich vs Tottenham, Arsenal vs Everton, Crystal Palace vs Man United: Follow the LIVE scores of the final match day Premier League fixtures.

Tottenham holds the advantage in the race for the final Champions League spot.   -  REUTERS

Welcome to Sportstar's LIVE blog of the final day Premier League matches including Tottenham Hotpsur, Arsenal and Manchester United.

Follow Arsenal vs Everton - LIVE

Follow Norwich vs Tottenham - LIVE

Follow Crystal Palace vs Manchester United - LIVE

Follow Chelsea vs Watford - LIVE

Follow Leicester vs Southampton - LIVE

Follow Brighton vs West Ham United - LIVE

Norwich vs Tottenham Line-ups

Norwich XI: Krul; Aarons, Hanley, Byram, Giannoulis; Normann, Sorensen; Dowell, Lees-Melou, Rashica; Pukki

Tottenham XI: Llloris; Sanchez, Dier, Davies; Emerson, Bentancur, Hojberg, Sessegnon; Kulusevski, Son; Kane

Crystal Palace vs Manchester United Line-ups

Crystal Palace XI: Guaita; Clyne, Ward, Andersen, Mitchell; Gallagher, Hughes, Schlupp; Rak-Sakyi, Edouard, Zaha

Manchester United XI: De Gea; Dalot, Lindelof, Maguire, Telles; Fred, McTominay; Elanga, Bruno Fernandes, Hannibal; Cavani

PREVIEW

While the climax to the title race is the main focus at the end of an enthralling season, there will be plenty of drama elsewhere.

The fight to qualify for next season's Champions League via a top-four finish has gone down to the wire, with fourth placed Tottenham controlling their fate.

Spurs just need a point to finish fourth when they travel to already-relegated Norwich.

"We know the importance of the game. If someone thinks the situation is easy I am not that person and I don't transfer these thoughts to my players," Conte said.

Spluttering Arsenal have to beat Everton at the Emirates Stadium and hope their north London rivals lose to steal fourth spot.

With incoming boss Erik ten Hag set to watch from the stands, sixth-placed Manchester United must win at Crystal Palace to avoid the ignominy of slipping into the Europa Conference League.

A draw or defeat for United would open the way for West Ham to leapfrog them into the Europa League if they beat Brighton.

Where can you watch the matches?

The Norwich vs Tottenham, Arsenal vs Everton, Crystal Palace vs Manchester United, Chelsea vs Watford, Leicester City vs Southampton, Brighton vs West Ham matches will kick-off at 8:30 pm and will be telecast live on the Star Network (SD and HD). It will also be live streamed in the OTT Platform, Disney+Hotstar and JioTV.