Five questions in the Premier League

Chelsea clinched their fifth Premier League title on Friday night as they beat West Brom 1-0 at the Hawthorns thanks to a late Michy Batshuayi strike.

Cech told Arsenal's website: "I think it will give us a hope, because if we keep the pressure on the other teams, maybe they will have an unlucky game or drop points somewhere".

As reported by the Independent, should Arsenal or Liverpool both finish on the same points, goal difference and goal scored, a 39th game would be needed to determine which side would finish in the final Champions League spot. We expect the teams to play with commitment'. The Tigers had been superb at home under Marco Silva, winning eight of their nine games at the KCOM Stadium in all competitions before losing their unbeaten home record under the Portuguese against Sunderland. If they could change that at Selhurst Park it would have huge implications for the relegation fight heading into the final day as Palace would then be dragged into it, leaving them just a point above Hull ahead of their last game at Manchester United.

However, Arsene Wenger's record at Stoke does not make for good reading. Even a draw probably won't be enough for Hull because of its inferior goal difference.

Shane Long blazed a penalty over the bar for Southampton, before Patrick Bamford reduced already-relegated Middlesbrough's deficit with his first Premier League goal.

'All I can do is my best.

Should Arsenal gain the final Champions League spot, it would mark a colossal turn around in fortunes for the side from north London.

Manchester United carries a 1-0 lead into Thursday's Europa League semifinal second-leg game against Celta Vigo.

Maguire, a £2.5m signing from Sheffield United in 2014, has been a real revelation for Hull particularly this season with his defensive solidity and quality on the ball in terms of building out from the back.

  • Jo Lloyd