The closing weekend of the 2022/23 Premier League season will be crucial in deciding the final placings of this top-flight campaign.
Manchester City have already wrapped up their fifth title in the last six seasons, with most of the European places already settled, but the relegation battle is set for a tense finale.
Leicester City, Leeds United and Everton are all potential candidates to be relegated on the last day, with rock-bottom Southampton already slipping through the trap door.
Alongside the reward of avoiding relegation, teams also receive a greater financial boost, based on how high they finish in the Premier League table.
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2022/23 Premier League prize money by position
The reward for finishing as Premier League champions is estimated to be £44m/$54.4m from the Premier League alone, with the total, including sponsorship bonuses, TV money and other payments bringing the figure closer to £150m/$186m.
The difference extends down the table, but while the gaps per position are relatively minor (£2.5m/$3.1m on average), the end figures are far greater.
For example, fifth place to fourth place is only separated by £2.2m/$2.7m in Premier League prize money, but the drop-off between qualifying for the Champions League, and not, is over 10 times that amount based on other revenue streams.
|1st||£44 million ($54.4 million)|
|2nd||£41.8 million ($51.7 million)|
|3rd||£39.6 million ($49 million)|
|4th||£37.4 million ($46.3 million)|
|5th||£35.2 million ($43.6 million)|
|6th||£33 million ($40.8 million)|
|7th||£30.8 million ($38.1 million)|
|8th||£28.6 million ($35.4 million)|
|9th||£26.4 million ($32.7 million)|
|10th||£24.2 million ($29.9 million)|
|11th||£22 million ($27.2 million)|
|12th||£19.8 million ($24.5 million)|
|13th||£17.6 million ($21.8 million)|
|14th||£15.4 million ($19.1 million)|
|15th||£13.2 million ($16.3 million)|
|16th||£11 million ($13.6 million)|
|17th||£8.8 million ($10.9 million)|
|18th||£6.6 million ($8.2 million)|
|19th||£4.4 million ($5.4 million)|
|20th||£2.2 million ($2.7 million)|
2022/23 Premier League latest table
The top four finishers qualify for the UEFA Champions League, with fifth and sixth place reaching the UEFA Europa League and seventh securing UEFA Europa Conference League qualification.
The bottom three teams (18th-20th) will be relegated.
*Data correct as of May. 22, 2023.
|1.||Man City||88||36||93||+62||@ BRI, May 24|
|2.||Arsenal||81||37||83||+40||vs. WOL, May 28|
|3.||Newcastle||69||36||67||+35||vs. LEI, May 22|
|4.||Man United||69||36||52||+11||vs. CHE, May 25|
|5.||Liverpool||66||37||71||+28||@ SOU, May 28|
|6.||Brighton||61||36||70||+20||vs. MCI, May 24|
|7.||Aston Villa||58||37||49||+4||vs. BRI, May 28|
|8.||Tottenham||57||37||66||+4||@ LEE, May 28|
|9.||Brentford||56||37||57||+11||vs. MCI, May 28|
|10.||Fulham||52||37||54||+3||@ MUN, May 28|
|11.||Crystal Palace||44||37||39||-9||vs. NOT, May 28|
|12.||Chelsea||43||36||36||-6||@ MUN, May 25|
|13.||Wolves||41||37||31||-22||@ ARS, May 28|
|14.||West Ham||40||37||41||-12||@ LEI, May 28|
|15.||Bournemouth||39||37||37||-33||@ EVE, May 28|
|16.||Nott'm Forest||37||37||37||-30||@ CRY, May 28|
|17.||Everton||33||37||33||-24||vs. BOU, May 28|
|18.||Leeds United||31||37||47||-27||vs. TOT, May 28|
|19.||Leicester City||30||36||49||-18||@ NEW, May 22|
|20.||Southampton - R||24||37||32||-37||vs. LIV, May 28|
R = Relegated to the Championship
When does the 2022/23 Premier League season end?
The final day of the 2022/23 Premier League season is Sunday, May 28, 2023. All matches will kick off at 16:30 local time in the UK.
Here's how that translates into the world's major time zones:
|USA||Sun, May. 28||11:30 ET|
|Canada||Sun, May. 28||11:30 ET|
|UK||Sun, May. 28||16:30 BST|
|Australia||Mon, May. 29||01:30 AEST|
|India||Sun, May. 28||21:00 IST|
|Hong Kong||Sun, May. 28||23:30 HKT|
|Malaysia||Sun, May. 28||23:30 MYT|
|Singapore||Sun, May. 28||23:30 SGT|
|New Zealand||Mon, May. 29||03:30 NZST|
Premier League final-day fixtures
|Match||Kickoff Time (BST/ET)|
|Arsenal vs. Wolves||16:30/11:30|
|Aston Villa vs. Brighton||16:30/11:30|
|Brentford vs. Manchester City||16:30/11:30|
|Chelsea vs. Newcastle||16:30/11:30|
|Crystal Palace vs. Nott'm Forest||16:30/11:30|
|Everton vs. Bournemouth||16:30/11:30|
|Leeds United vs. Tottenham||16:30/11:30|
|Leicester City vs. West Ham||16:30/11:30|
|Manchester United vs. Fulham||16:30/11:30|
|Southampton vs. Liverpool||16:30/11:30|