Manchester United and Chelsea booked their spots in next season’s Champions League but it was relegation for Bournemouth and Watford on the final day.

Pos.PWDLGDPtsForm
1Liverpool3832335299WWDLWW
2Manchester City3826396781LWWWWW
3Manchester United38181283066WWDWDW
4Chelsea38206121566WWLWLW
5Leicester City38188122662WDLWLL
6Tottenham Hotspur381611111459WDWWWD
7Wolverhampton Wanderers38151491159LLWDWL
8Arsenal38141410856WDLWLW
9Sheffield United38141212054DWWLLL
10Burnley3815914-754DWDDWL
11Southampton3815716-952WDDDWW
12Everton38131015-1249LDLDWL
13Newcastle United38111116-2044DLLLDL
14Crystal Palace38111017-1943LLLLLD
15Brighton and Hove Albion3891415-1541WLLDDW
16West Ham United3810919-1339DLWWDD
17Aston Villa389821-2635LLWDWD
18Bournemouth389722-2534LDWLLW
19Watford3881020-2834LWWLLL
20Norwich City385627-4921L

United needed just a point at Leicester to secure a top-four finish and their 2-0 win made them grab third place in the Premier League table, level on 66 points with fourth-placed Chelsea, who beat Wolves.

Fifth-placed Leicester, who had been in the top four for the majority of the season, will go into the Europa League group stages along with Tottenham after their point at Crystal Palace was enough to edge Wolves into seventh on goal difference.

Nuno Espirito Santo’s side have to wait until the FA Cup final to see whether they will be in Europe – an Arsenal win would see the Gunners take the second qualifying-round place.

Bournemouth’s 3-1 win at Everton was not enough to lift them out of the drop zone because of Aston Villa’s point at West Ham.

Watford – fall into the Championship, finishing second-bottom and, like Bournemouth, just a point from safety, after going down 3-2 at Arsenal.

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