That though is all we have time for today. I hope you have enjoyed our coverage, I have been Brandon Sayer taking you through all of the games but until next time, have a good evening.
So the main things to take from today is that Manchester City have reached the 100 point mark, Liverpool have qualified for the Champions League, while Chelsea will have to settle for Europa League football. Swansea City have been relegated from the Premier League along with Stoke and West brom.
The full-time results are as follows: Manchester United 1-0 Watford, Southampton 0-1 Manchester City, Liverpool 4-0 Brighton, West Ham United 3-1 Everton, Huddersfield Town 0-1 Arsenal, Burnley 1-2 Bournemouth, Swansea City 1-2 Stoke City, Newcastle United 3-0 Chelsea, Crystal Palace 2-0 West Brom and Tottenham Hotspur 5-4 Leicester City.
All the full-time whistles have gone in the Premier League games.
90+4' - Goal for Manchester City! Gabriel Jesus has scored with the last kick of the game for the Champions. The striker found himself bearing in on goal and he lobbed the Saints keeper to seal the win for City. City have now reached 100 points for the season. What an achievement.
85' - Goal for Liverpool! Andy Robertson has scored a fourth for Liverpool against Brighton. The left back really deserved that goal for all his hard work and he finished brilliantly in the box.
82' - Goal for West Hame! Lanzini scores again to make it 3-1 for West Ham against Everton. The goal was created by Pablo Zabaleta as his long ball found the winger who slotted the ball home.
78' - Goal for Crystal Palace! Van Aanholt has doubled the Eagles lead against West Brom. The defender finished off a good move to all but seal the three points for Roy Hodgson's men.
76' - Goal for Tottenham Hotspur! Harry Kane has netted his second goal of the game to put Spurs 5-4 in front at Wembley. This is truely unbelievable stuff. The striker finished off another free flowing move. Will that be the end of the goals? we will fidn out very soon.
74' - Goal for Everton! Niasse has pulled one goal back for the Toffees at the London Stadium. They hadn't really been in the game so far but an instinctive finish from the striker has given Everton a chance in the game now. Game on!
74' - Goal for Bournemouth! Josh King has equalised for the Cherries against Burnley. The goal came a few seconds after Nick Pope saved a great shot from Defoe but the ball fell for to King and scored.
73' - Goal for Leicester City! Jamie Vardy has scored to make it 4-4 at Wembley. The England striker blasted home after Spurs failed to clear the ball in their own box. What a game of football.
70' - Goal for Crystal Palace! Wilfried Zaha has given the Eagles the lead against West Brom. Zaha really is the main man for Palace as he put the ball into the back of the net after receiving a great pass from Van Aanholt.
64' - Goal for West Ham! Arnautovic doubles the Hammers lead against Everton. The winger's shot from 25 yards out went through Jordan Pickford and went into the back of the net. That's the wingers 11th goal of the season.
64' - Goal for Newcastle United! Perez makes it 3-0 to the Magpies against Chelsea. The striker put the ball into the back of the net after a good cross from Paul Dummet.
61' - Goal for Spurs! Lamela scores again to make it 4-3 to Spurs at Wembley. This is some game and Spurs now lead for the first time in the game. What will Leicester do next to get back in the game?
59' - Goal for Newcastle United! Perez has doubled the Magpies lead. The striker deflected the ball into the back of the net via a shot from the edge of the box by Jonjo Shelvey.
54' - Stoke have missed a penalty! The Potters were awarded a penalty after Olsson fouled Crouch in the box. Shaqiri stepped up to take it but his shot was well saved by the impressive Fabianksi. Still Swansea City 1-2 Stoke City at the Liberty Stadium.
53' - Goal for Spurs! A Christian Fuchs own goal has levelled proceedings at Wembley. This is one crazy game and the goals aren't likely to end their as Lamela's left footed strike took a deflection of Fuchs and flew into the top corner of the net.
53' - Goal for Liverpool! Dominic Solanke makes it 3-0 for the Reds at Anfield. The goal was created by Salah who gave the ball to Solanke who in turn fired the ball into the top corner of the net.
49' - Goal for Spurs! Lamela gets one back for Spurs as the scoreline is now 3-2 to the Leicester. The goal was well worked and it ended with a great cross from Walker-Peters which Lamela tapped into an empty net. Will their be more goals?
47' - Goal for Leicester! Kelechi Iheanacho has put the Foxes 3-1 in front with a fantastic long range strike which flew into the top corner of the net. Spurs have it all to do now to get back into this game. The Foxes will also be confident of getting more goals.
All the referees at the Premier League games have blown theit whistles to begin the second half. Game on!
Some big half-time team talks ahead for some sides. Stay tuned as we bring you the second half live in a few minutes time!!
The scorelines at half-time reads: Manchester United 1-0 Watford, Southampton 0-0 Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur 1-2 Leicester City, Liverpool 2-0 Brighton & Hove Albion, Newcastle United 1-0 Chelsea, Burnley 1-0 Bournemouth, Swansea City 1-2 Stoke City, West Ham United 1-0 Everton, Huddersfield Town 0-1 Arsenal and Crystal Palace 0-0 West Bromwich Albion.
The half-time whistles go in all of the games in the Premier League.
41' - Goal for Stoke! Peter Crouch has put the Potters into the lead at Swansea. Sorensen was the creator of the goal as his cross was headed into the back of the net. Swansea are heading to the Championship as things stand.
40' - Goal for Liverpool! Dejan Lovren has doubled Liverpool's lead at Anfield. Andy Robertson created the goal with a great cross into the box which Lovren headed into the back of the net.
39' - Goal for Burnley! Chris Wood has opened the scoring for the Clarets against the Cherries. This goal was pretty fortunate as a shot from Gudmundsson hit the striker and went into the back of the net.
39' - Goal for West Ham! Manuel Lanzini opens the scoring for Hammers against Everton. Marko Arnautovic created the goal by playing the ball behind two defenders intot he path of Lanzini who blasted the ball home into the back of the net.
38' - Goal for Arsenal! Aubameyang opens the scoring for the Gunners away to Huddersfield. The goal was created by a great passing move which ended with Ramsey squaring the pass to Aubameyang who put the ball into an empty net.
34' - Goal for Manchester United! Marcus Rashford opens the scoring for Mourinho's men. Both Mata and Rashford broke the offisde trap of Watford with Mata squaring the ball to Rashford who put the ball into an empty net.
31' - Goal for Stoke! Badou N'Diaye has equalised for the Potters at the Liberty Stadium. The goal was created by a great cross from Shaqiri, who found the midfielder, who in turn put the ball into the back of the net. That's a dagger into the heart of everyone who has something to do with Swansea.
26' - Goal for Liverpool! Mohammed Salah puts Liverpool into the lead against Brighton. The goal was nothing more than the home side have deserved. That goal puts Salah back to three in front of Harry Kane in the goal chart.
23' - Goal for Newcastle! Dwight Gayle has given the Magpies the lead against Chelsea. The goal was created by a great pass from Matt Ritchie which found Jacob Murphy but his shot was saved by Courtois but Gayle was their to head home the rebound. That is exactly what Newcastle have deserved from the game so far.
16' - Goal for Leicester! Mahrez has put the Foxes back in front at Wembley. A good passing move ended with the winger cuting into the box before unleashing a great strike into the bottom right hand corner. What a good game this has been so far.
14' - Goal for Swansea! Andy King has given the Swans the start they needed against Stoke. The goal came from a long pass which the midfielder finished off expertly. Swansea still need quite a bit of help to stay up but theyve started well.
7' - Goal for Spurs! Harry Kane has equalised for the Lilywhites. That didn't take long. The goal was created by Son who played the ball through to the striker to score. What a response from Spurs.
4' - Goal for Leicester! Jamie Vardy has put the Foxes 1-0 up at Wembley against Spurs. The goal came from a Mahrez corner which the striker headed into the back of the net. Thats the first goal on this busy sunday afternoon in the Premier League.
All the referees have blown their whistles to begin all the games. Game on!
Stoke City vs Swansea City: Butland, Bauer, Pieters, Shawcross, Zouma, Allen, Ndiaye, Sorenson, Shaqiri, Crouch, Diouf.
Swansea City starting XI vs Stoke City: Fabianski; Rangel, Van der Hoorn, Mawson, Olsson; Dyer, King, Carroll, Routledge; J. Ayew, A. Ayew.
Leicester City starting XI vs Tottenham Hotspur: Jakupovi?; Simpson, Morgan, Maguire, Fuchs; Gray, Silva, Iborra, Mahrez; Iheanacho, Vardy.
Tottenham Hotspur starting XI vs Leicester City: Lloris (C), Walker-Peters, Alderweireld, Dier, Rose, Wanyama, Sissoko, Lamela, Eriksen, Lucas, Kane.
Bournemouth starting XI vs Burnley: Begovic, S. Cook, Aké, Mings; Fraser, Hyndman, Surman, Daniels; Ibe, Mousset, King.
Burnley starting XI vs Bournemouth: Pope, Lowton, Tarkowski, Long, Ward, Lennon, Gudmundsson, Westwood, Cork, Wood, Hendrick.
Manchester City starting XI vs Southampton: Bravo; Danilo, Stones, Laporte, Delph; Fernandinho, Gundogan, De Bruyne; Bernardo, Sané, Sterling.
Southampton starting XI vs Manchester City: McCarthy, Yoshida, Stephens, Hoedt, Soares, Hojbjerg, Romeu, Bertrand, Tadic, Redmond, Austin.
Everton starting XI vs West Ham: Pickford, Baines, Coleman, Keane, Jagielka, Funes Mori, Gueye, Schneiderlin, Davies, Niasse, Tosun.
West Ham starting XI vs Everton: Adrian, Cresswell, Masuaku, Zabaleta, Ogbonna, Rice, Noble, Kouyate, Mario, Lanzini, Arnautovic.
West brom starting XI vs Crystal Palace: Foster, Nyom, Dawson, Hegazi, Gibbs, Brunt, Krychowiak, Livermore, McClean, Rodriguez, Rondon.
Crystal Palace XI vs West Brom: Hennessey; Wan-Bissaka, Tomkins, Sakho, Van Aanholt; Loftus-Cheek, Milivojevic, Cabaye, McArthur; Townsend, Zaha.
Chelsea starting XI vs Newcastle United: Courtois; Azpilicueta, Christensen, Cahill (c); Moses, Barkley, Kante, Bakayoko, Emerson; Hazard, Giroud.
Newcastle United starting XI vs Chelsea: Dubravka; Yedlin, Lascelles, Lejeune, Dummett; Ritchie, Shelvey, Diame, Murphy; Perez, Gayle.
Watford starting XI vs Manchester United: Gomes, Janmaat, Cathcart, Kabasele, Holebas, Hughes, Doucoure, Richarlison, Hughes, Pereyra, Gray.
Manchester United starting XI vs Watford: Romero, Darmian, Young, Blind, Rojo, Bailly, Carrick, McTominay, Mata, Sanchez, Rashford.
Brighton starting XI vs Liverpool: Ryan, Bong, Dunk, Duffy, Schelotto, March, Stephens, Propper, Kayal, Knockaert, Locadia.
Liverpool starting XI vs Brighton: Karius; Alexander-Arnold, Lovren, Van Dijk, Robertson; Henderson, Wijnaldum; Salah, Firmino, Mané; Solanke.
Arsenal starting XI vs Huddersfield Town: Ospina, Bellerin, Holding, Mustafi, Kolasinac, Iwobi, Elneny, Ramsey, Mkhitaryan, Lacazette, Aubameyang.
Huddersfield Town starting XI vs Arsenal: Lossl, Kongolo, Hogg, Mooy, Lowe, Pritvhard, Ince, Mounie, Zanka, Schindler, Hadergjonaj.
The team news from all of the games is in stay tuned as I bring it to you next!
Full fixture list: Huddersfield vs Arsenal; Liverpool vs Brighton; Manchester United vs Watford; Newcastle United vs Chelsea; Crystal Palace vs West Bromwich Albion; West Ham United vs Everton; Southampton vs Manchester City; Burnley vs Bournemouth; Tottenham Hotspur vs Leicester City; Swansea City vs Stoke City.
Huddersfield Town secured their survival with two impressive draws at Manchester City and Chelsea in the last week, and they'll look to cap a memorable first season in the Premier League by defeating Arsenal in Arsene Wenger's last game as boss. The Frenchman waved goodbye to the Emirates with a convincing win over Burnley last week, will there be a similar outcome in his final game on these shores? For those wondering, the Clarets host Bournemouth.
There's one or two interesting fixtures between the mid-table teams too, with West Ham United vs Everton well worth keeping an eye on. The Toffees will finish eighth or ninth, representing a respectable return after Sam Allardyce took them on in the winter. However, will that be enough to keep Big Sam in a job, with most of the Goodison faithful wanting him out? A defeat at his old club might be the final nail in the coffin.
Moving down towards the bottom of the table, Stoke City and West Bromwich Albion are both confirmed as relegated, they finish their campaigns against Swansea City and Crystal Palace respectively. Swansea will likely go down too, unless they beat Stoke and Saints lose to Manchester City, with an unprecedented nine goal swing involved. Swansea 5-0 Stoke and Southampton 0-4 Manchester City is probably the best those in South Wales can hope for, already in the knowledge that Cardiff City will be in the Premier League next season.
Liverpool won last season's finale against Middlesbrough 3-0 to secure a top four place, but know they need just a point to do the same this time around as they host already safe Brighton and Hove Albion. However, if there's a shock at Anfield, Chelsea would take the final top four place should they win at Newcastle United.
Moving down the table a touch, Manchester United have already secured second place but will look to put themselves in form ahead of the FA Cup final by seeing off Watford at Old Trafford, whilst Tottenham Hotspur know that victory at home to Leicester City will see them finish third, with a top four place already secured.
Starting with the Champions, Manchester City are looking to become the first team to break the 100 point barrier in a Premier League season, having beaten Chelsea's overall points record with a midweek win over Brighton. The Citizens will surely be going full strength at Southampton as they look to add another stunning performance to a glittering season.
Good afternoon to one and all, welcome to VAVEL UK's live minute-by-minute commentary of the final day of this Premier League season. There's 10 fixtures around the country and plenty to play for as we prepare to blow full time on the 2017-18 season, with those final games set to kick-off at 3PM BST. I'm Brandon Sayer and I'll be taking you through the afternoon's events, with team news from around the grounds set for 2PM.