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Premier League 2015/16 – The Lowdown

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Final day:

The closing point of the season in the most unpredictable and exciting league in world-football. Nobody knows how the season is going to pan-out and nobody knows what will be up for grabs come the end of the season. The final day could decide the title, top four or relegation but it could also decide who finishes 10th and who finishes 11th. Anything can change on the final day and over the years, there have been some very enthralling fixtures including Manchester City 3-2 QPR in 2012 when Aguero scored the all-important winner to clinch the title from under United’s grasps for City.

The title race next season could be interesting with Manchester City, Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal all willing to splash the cash in the summer window. On the final day, three of the four teams mentioned are playing at home and only Manchester City will be away – to Swansea. Arsenal will play Aston Villa who many people have tipped for relegation again however a resurgence in form under Tim Sherwood would make you believe that they could actually be around the mid-table mark this season. Chelsea will play Leicester who could make fighting for relegation but also could be near mid-table themseves, it’s very hard to predict. And Manchester United will face newly-promoted Bournemouth who could be the surprise package in their first ever season in the top flight.

Newcastle v Tottenham is also a fixture with a lot of history as both teams have been in the Premier League for the majority of the years since its formation, no doubts this will be another potentially exciting game and Tottenham themselves could be battling for Champions League football or once again Europa League football. On the other hand, Newcastle, will be hoping to improve under McClaren and make a dash for the top-half however a mid-table finish wouldn’t be the worst of positions for them.

Important fixtures for the relegation battle could include Everton v Norwich and Watford v Sunderland – especially the latter – as both Watford and Sunderland will likely be steering themselves towards the bottom of the table and this could be a decisive fixture that decides the outcome of each others’ seasons. Other notable fixtures include West Brom v Liverpool, Southampton v Crystal Palace and Stoke v West Ham.

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