The English Premier League season will come to a climax this weekend. 

Ahead of the 3:00pm kick off across various stadiums on England, here are some teams news and match stats ahead of the kick off. 


Burnley vs Bournemouth :

 Burnley vs Bournemouth team news: The Turf Moor faithful

could be given the chance to bid farewell to

Scott Arfield and Dean Marney on Sunday. Ben

Mee (shin), Ashley Barnes (shoulder), Steven

Defour and Robbie Brady (both knee) are all

out.

Sean Dyche: “We’re strong financially, so

there’s no sense of anyone having to go

anywhere. There’s a reality to the market

and not just for us, there’s superpower clubs

who get bids of astronomical levels and

eventually they have to look at it. But we’re

in a position where it would need very, very

big offers to even consider losing any players

at this moment in time.”

Bournemouth team news: Harry Arter

(Achilles) and Adam Smith (knee) are both

sidelined. Junior Stanislas is still working his

way back from knee trouble too, so is another

to miss out.

Eddie Howe: “Their players, their manager,

they deserve a lot of credit, for a very

consistent campaign. I think you have to look

at Pep Guardiola for winning the league and

the style in which they’ve done it. But Sean

Dyche deserves huge credit too, for an

outstanding season.”


Crystal Palace vs West Brom team news: Jason Puncheon is available

following his recovery from a long-term knee

injury that had been expected to end his

season. Connor Wickham is another fit to

feature and could make his first appearance

of the campaign, leaving Scott Dann (knee)

and Bakary Sako (ankle) as Palace’s only

absentees.

Roy Hodgson on Ruben Loftus-Cheek: “I don’t

wish to suggest anybody to (England boss)

Gareth Southgate, because it’s his decision

alone, and I don’t want to be seen to be

pushing any player towards him. (But) if it

was a much more specific question – if it was

me selecting the squad, would I find a place

for him in the squad? I would.”

West Brom team news: Caretaker manager

Darren Moore may make changes following his

side’s relegation. Gareth Barry (knee) and

James Morrison (Achilles) remain Moore’s only

casualties and he admitted he may mix things

up.

Darren Moore: “It would be great to finish on

an unbeaten run. We know it’s going to be

another difficult game, as they all are. In

terms of the unbeaten run, the record is

there for everybody else to speak about.

We’re just going into the game knowing we

need to be at our absolute best to get a

result.”


Huddersfield Town vs Arsenal 

Arsenal travel to Huddersfield Town in

what will be Arsene Wenger 's last game as

Gunners manager. The Terriers are safe

from relegation, but a wild swing of

scores could still see Swansea City pull

off a great escape at Southampton's

expense.

 Huddersfield vs Arsenal team news: Boss David Wagner

will select from an unchanged squad after

picking up no new injuries in Wednesday

night’s draw at Chelsea, which secured them

another season in the top flight. Tom Ince is

hoping to feature after recovering from a

hamstring injury, but Michael Hefele (knee),

Elias Kachunga and Danny Williams (both

ankle) remain sidelined.

David Wagner: “To be totally honest I never

thought that this would happen, that we will

not need points off the last game to secure

our status. This shows how great this season

was so far. This football team was only in the

bottom three once over the whole season. It’s

an unbelievable achievement for the club and

I’m very proud I was able to be a small part of

it.”

Arsenal team news: Konstantinos Mavropanos

is suspended for Arsene Wenger’s final game

as manager after he was shown a straight

red card in Wednesday’s 3-1 loss at Leicester.

Mesut Ozil (back), Mohamed Elneny (ankle),

Laurent Koscielny and Santi Cazorla (both

Achilles) are also missing but the likes of

Alexandre Lacazette and Jack Wilshere could

return after sitting out in midweek.

Arsene Wenger: “I would say personally from

2006 to 2015 it was certainly the period

where I needed to be the strongest and did

the best job. Because to accept to commit to

five years when you build the stadium to work

with restricted resources and keep the club

in a position where we can pay our debts

back, I personally feel I did my best job in

that period. Not the most glamorous maybe,

but the most difficult.”


Liverpool vs Brighton 

Liverpool are hoping to keep them out of

the UEFA Champions League qualification

spots. The Reds would secure fourth with

as little as a draw at home to Brighton &

Hove Albion and could possibly climb to

third with three points at Anfield.

 Liverpool vs Brighton team news: Midfielder Adam Lallana

could return to the squad after being

sidelined since the end of March because of a

hamstring injury. Defender Joe Gomez is the

latest player to be ruled out before the end

of the season after undergoing ankle surgery

this week.

Jurgen Klopp: “You want to be really focused.

The season now for most of the teams in the

league is a nice time but for us it is work. All

the awards around are really deserved but

hopefully the last one was yesterday and now

it is about playing the game on Sunday.”

Brighton team news: Manager Chris Hughton

has no fresh selection concerns, with top

scorer Glenn Murray pushing for a recall

after being left on the bench in favour of

Leonardo Ulloa for the defeat at Manchester

City. Jurgen Locadia and Beram Kayal are in

contention for rare starts.

Chris Hughton: “I’d like to think the club is in

a healthy position at this moment and what

means more is making sure we enable

ourselves to have a decent Premier League

season next season. To do that you want to

keep hold of your best players, we’ve resisted

that in the past and I’m very sure that we’ll

work very, very hard to resist that again.”


 Newcastle vs Chelsea team news: Boss Rafael Benitez

will be without loan signings Kenedy

(ineligible) and Islam Slimani (suspended).

Defender Ciaran Clark and midfielder Christian

Atsu are both still out with knee injuries.

Rafael Benitez: “We have to try to finish on a

high because they deserve to do that and also

the fans deserve to see the team winning the

last game. It has been a great season. At the

beginning, we were thinking that the target

was to stay up, and I can read about a lot of

managers now saying, ‘Great because we are

safe’, but we were safe five games before, so

that is amazing.”

Chelsea team news: Goalkeeper Thibaut

Courtois is expected to be fit to feature

after a back problem forced him to miss the

1-1 draw with Huddersfield. Striker Olivier

Giroud and forward Eden Hazard are among

those likely to be restored to the starting

line-up, but defenders David Luiz (knee) and

Ethan Ampadu (ankle) are out.

Antonio Conte: “We’re struggling to take a

place in the Champions League. But we play in

a very tough league where there are six top

teams fighting for a place. It’s not automatic

that you finish every season in the top four.”


Southampton vs Manchester city 

Champions Manchester City visit

Southampton with a chance to push their

points total into the triple digits. A win

over Saints would put the Sky Blues on

100 points, something no Premier League

club has ever done. 


 Southampton vs Manchester city team news: Mario Lemina faces

a late fitness test as he battles a hamstring

complaint. Jan Bednarek will miss out due to a

head injury as Southampton look to confirm

their top-flight status.

Mark Hughes: “Clearly there’s work to be done

immediately after the season, decisions have

to be made in terms of recruitment and

retention of the players. So it would make

sense to make a quick appointment, but I

can’t shape that or dictate that, that’s a

decision for the club. It would be wrong to

raise the question (of a new deal) before the

end of the season.”

Man City team news: Top scorer Sergio

Aguero is City’s only major absentee after

missing the last month of the campaign with a

knee injury. Claudio Bravo, Yaya Toure and

Danilo were given chances against Brighton in

midweek and more players could be handed

opportunities.

Pep Guardiola on Aguero: “It’s happened many

times in these press conferences and I said

maybe a thousand times Sergio is going to

stay until he decides ‘my time here is over’. I

said it last season and this season many

times, and I say it today. That’s why I say it

isn’t going to happen, but in football you

never know.”


 Swansea vs Stoke City team news: Leon Britton and Angel

Rangel will make their final Swansea

appearances. Midfielder Britton, 36, has

announced he will be retiring after Sunday’s

game, while Spanish full-back Rangel, 35, is

leaving after 11 years in south Wales.

Carlos Carvalhal: “If Southampton were

playing another team it would be impossible,

but with Manchester City you never know.

But it is not in our control, we have to beat

Stoke and the more goals the better. It will

be really very difficult, but if you have one

per cent chance you must do your job and try

and win and see.”

Stoke team news: Boss Paul Lambert has

pledged to field the strongest team he has

available for Stoke’s final game in the Premier

League. Eric Choupo-Moting has returned to

training after nearly two months out with a

groin problem but is not yet ready to play a

match, while Bruno Martins Indi (groin) and

Kostas Stafylidis (rib) are also expected to be

sidelined.

Paul Lambert: “This week has been tough. It’s

still raw for everybody connected with the

club and it’s really disappointing that we go

down but there’s a really good chance to

rebuild it and strip it back.”


 Tottenham vs Leciester team news: Spurs will monitor

Mousa Dembele (ankle), Serge Aurier

(hamstring), Kieran Trippier (knee) and Victor

Wanyama (thigh) ahead of the clash. Eric Dier

has overcome an illness and should feature

but Harry Winks (ankle) remains an absentee.

Mauricio Pochettino: “Last season, we

finished second but it is not enough because

we didn’t win the Premier League. And this

season, again, despite playing at Wembley and

many things from the beginning, still (for)

some the situation is that, ‘Oh yes, but the

team needs to win some titles…’. Yes, after

four years we never celebrate. I am going to

celebrate with my people.”

Leicester team news: Boss Claude Puel

continues to battle a lengthy injury list, with

Kasper Schmeichel (ankle), Shinji Okazaki

(ankle), Wilfred Ndidi (hamstring), Robert

Huth (ankle) and Matty James (Achilles) all

out. Ben Chilwell (ankle) Daniel Amartey

(hamstring) and Vicente Iborra (hamstring)

are also missing and Marc Albrighton remains

suspended but Danny Simpson (ankle) will be

assessed.

Claude Puel: “I am happy about our last game against 

(Arsenal) . Without normal starting players

we showed quality in desire and on the pitch.

This is a good feeling for the next game and

for the next season.”


 West Ham vs Everton team news : The Hammers could still

be without Javier Hernandez, who has missed

the last two games with a knee problem.

January signing Jordan Hugill is set to get a

run-out while Pedro Obiang and James Collins

could come back into the squad after spells on

the sidelines.

David Moyes: “The last two games we have got

two good clean sheets. Overall, I am pleased

with the players all round. They have done a

good job.”

 Wayne Rooney, who has

been linked with a move to Major League

Soccer with DC United, will not be risked due

to a slight knee injury. Forward Theo Walcott

(knee) and defender Mason Holgate (ankle)

could return but midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson

has still not recovered from a knee operation

two months ago.

Sam Allardyce: “Wayne is a special player but

if any player wants to leave they can, in my

opinion. Whether they can or can’t is another

matter. But let’s put this right, Wayne

Rooney has not asked to leave and neither

has Wayne Rooney had any confrontation with

me or been in any difficult situation in the

time since I’ve been here because we are two

adults and we talk.”