I'VE tagged this Super Sunday but it's more like sleepy Sunday after the big issue was settled on Saturday.
Man United scrambled the point they needed at Blackburn to clinch the title to leave Chelsea playing for runners-up spot when they tackle Newcastle at home.
Chelsea did well to keep the race alive for so long and will know they lost it in the first half at Old Trafford last weekend.
The Blues will hope to give their fans a winning send-off against a Newcastle side that doesn't travel well enough often enough.
Chelsea are just 1-5 at Betfred so instead consider them at 11-10 with Coral to win to nil against a side missing their top scorer Kevin Nolan.
Liverpool will hope to challenge Man United next season and can celebrate the three-year appointment of Kenny Dalglish as boss by clinching a Europa League place at home to Spurs.
The Anfield men were superb at Fulham on Monday and with the likes of Luis Suarez, Dirk Kuyt and Maxi at the top of their games I reckon they'll win wll.
Arsenal's only win in their last five was against Man United and ultimately meant nothing. The Gunners have really struggled in recent weeks against sides such as Bolton and Stoke but home advantage should guide them to three points against an Aston Villa side who have taken just one point from their last three.
At the other end of the table it's D-Day for West Ham who are down if they lose at Wigan. Unfortunately for boss Avram Grant that's the likely scenario against a side who have played some decent stuff in recent weeks.
Chelsea to win to nil
(4-5, William Hill)
(6-5, Paddy Power)
Birmingham v Fulham both to score
(1-1, William Hill)