Many fans will be hoping for a dramatic final day of Premier League action, but today’s matches will have a lot to live up to.
In the near-on three decades of Premier League action, there have been some memorable final day moments.
Who can forget Sergio Aguero’s last-gasp strike to seal the title for Manchester City, or what about West Brom securing the Great Escape?
The likes of Manchester United and Chelsea may be hoping for slightly less drama today with both sides currently in the Champions League spots.
And Daily Star Sport has looked back at seven of the most iconic Premier League final day games…
West Brom 5-5 Man Utd
The draw at West Brom was Sir Alex Ferguson’s final game in the dugout
Sir Alex Ferguson ’s last ever game in the dugout in 2013 saw drama from start to finish.
The first 5-5 draw in Premier League history included a Romelu Lukaku hat-trick for the Baggies with United leading 3-0 and 5-2 before inexplicably conceding three late on to draw the game.
Fergie had already secured the title with United but this was certainly a dramatic way to go out.
Man City 3-2 QPR
Who can forget Sergio Aguero’s last-gasp goal?
But this 2012 match was perhaps more dramatic.
Remembered for Aguero(oooooo)’s moment, the game had it all. City, who knew victory would be enough to seal the title, had gone ahead through Pablo Zabaleta’s goal.
Djibril Cisse stunned the hosts with an equaliser before Jamie Mackie put QPR ahead after Joey Barton had been sent off.
Edin Dzeko handed City a 92nd minute lifeline before Mario Balotelli’s neat ball to Aguero saw the most dramatic moment in Premier League history.
West Brom 2-0 Portsmouth
Bryan Robson’s West Brom stayed up in 2005
West Brom feature against as they completed the greatest of great escapes in 2005.
The Baggies had been bottom at Christmas but managed 13 points in their…