The final weekend of the 2022/23 Premier League season will include a huge focus on the relegation battle.
Only one of Leeds United, Leicester City and Everton will be playing Premier League football next season as they fight for survival in a high-stakes finale.
Southampton have already been confirmed as relegated, with Steve Cooper's Nottingham Forest now safe.
Everton are battling to preserve their ever-present Premier League status, with 2016 champions Leicester suffering a disastrous slide, and Leeds parachuting in Sam Allardyce to save them in the run-in.
Premier League relegation latest
The fight for survival is so tight that goal difference could be the deciding factor if two teams are tied on points after 38 games played.
Premier League table: The bottom four
*Standings correct as of Monday, May 22, 2023. Relegation probability via FiveThirtyEight.
|17.||Everton||33||37||33||-24||vs. BOU, May 28||23%|
|18.||Leicester City||31||37||49||-18||vs. WHU, May 28||82%|
|19.||Leeds United||31||36||47||-27||vs. TOT, May 28||95%|
|20.||Southampton - R||24||37||32||-37||vs. LIV, May 28||—|
Premier League latest relegation odds 2022/23
Odds correct as of Sunday, May 22.
How can Leeds United avoid Premier League relegation
Leeds' final home game of the season pits them against Tottenham at Elland Road with the visitors already out of the race for the top six.
Jack Harrison's 90th-minute goal sealed a 2-1 final-day win at Brentford last season, to save Leeds from relegation, and they will need something similar this time.
Raphinha walking the length of the pitch on his knees after Leeds United's win over Brentford ⚽ pic.twitter.com/UmXN1HDLtv— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) May 22, 2022
Defeat or a draw against Tottenham would equal relegation, regardless of Everton and Leicester's results, as Leeds simply have to win.
Victory over Spurs would bring Allardyce's side on to 34 points, but if Everton beat Bournemouth at home, they will still be relegated.
A draw for Everton would bring goal difference into play and defeat to the Cherries would put Leeds above them by a point, providing the Elland Road club win.
Leicester are also in a position where they have to win to stand any chance of staying up, but they do have the best goal difference of the teams involved.
Key Premier League final day relegation fixtures
All eyes will be on the bottom of the table on the final Premier League weekend of 2022/23 with the three sides fighting against the drop all playing at home.
|Fixture||Date||Kickoff time (GMT/ET)|
|Everton vs Bournemouth||May 28, 2023||4:30 p.m/11:30 a.m.|
|Leeds United vs Tottenham||4:30 p.m/11:30 a.m.|
|Leicester City vs West Ham||4:30 p.m/11:30 a.m.|