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Premier League final day: How much your club stands to win or lose in prize money


There is plenty to play for on the final day of the Premier League season, with the title, Europe and relegation still up in the air, but prize money changes could impact all 20 clubs

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Ahead of the final weekend of the Premier League season, there is plenty to play for, with even the supposed ‘dead rubbers’ potentially playing a part in teams gaining or losing millions in prize money.

The title is still up for grabs, of course, while one of Leeds United and Burnley will occupy the final relegation place when the dust settled. There is also a Champions League place up for grabs, while the final Europa League finisher is yet to be determined.

Mathematically speaking, none of the 20 teams are assured of their final position, though Chelsea would need to suffer an improbable 19-goal swing to lose out on third spot. Still, the prize money up for grabs could end up playing a part in all teams’ summer business, with an extra few million unlikely to harm the coffers.

Premier League clubs can pocket as much as £3m per place, and this means some clubs are in line for potentially huge swings. Aston Villa, for example, have £12m on the line as they travel to league leaders Manchester City with the chance of denying Pep Guardiola’s side at the last.

Working on the rough premise of £3m per place, Mirror Football has taken a look at the permutations for all 20 teams. Even if your side seemingly has nothing at stake on the final day, it’s not quite that simple, though some of the possible shifts would require huge victories and defeats on Sunday afternoon.

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Manchester City

Current position: 1st

Highest possible finish: 1st

Lowest possible finish: 2nd

Potential swing: £3m

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Liverpool

Current position: 2nd

Highest possible finish: 1st

Lowest possible finish: 2nd

Potential swing: £3m

Chelsea

Current position: 3rd

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Highest possible finish: 3rd

Lowest possible finish: 4th

Potential swing: £3m

Tottenham Hotspur

Current position: 4th

Highest possible finish: 3rd

Lowest possible finish: 5th

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Potential swing: £6m

Arsenal

Current position: 5th

Highest possible finish: 4th

Lowest possible finish: 5th

Potential swing: £3m

Manchester United

Man Utd could still fall a place on the final day
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Current position: 6th

Highest possible finish: 6th

Lowest possible finish: 7th

Potential swing: £3m

West Ham United

Current position: 7th

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Highest possible finish: 6th

Lowest possible finish: 7th

Potential swing: £3m

Wolverhampton Wanderers

Current position: 8th

Highest possible finish: 8th

Lowest possible finish: 10th

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Potential swing: £6m

Leicester City

Current position: 9th

Highest possible finish: 8th

Lowest possible finish: 12th

Potential swing: £12m

Brighton & Hove Albion

Brighton are already guaranteed their best ever Premier League finish
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Current position: 10th

Highest possible finish: 8th

Lowest possible finish: 14th

Potential swing: £18m

Brentford

Current position: 11th

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Highest possible finish: 9th

Lowest possible finish: 14th

Potential swing: £15m

Newcastle United

Current position: 12th

Highest possible finish: 9th

Lowest possible finish: 14th

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Potential swing: £15m

Crystal Palace

Current position: 13th

Highest possible finish: 10th

Lowest possible finish: 14th

Potential swing: £12m

Aston Villa

Current position: 14th

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Highest possible finish: 10th

Lowest possible finish: 14th

Potential swing: £12m

Southampton

Current position: 15th

Highest possible finish: 15th

Lowest possible finish: 16th

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Potential swing: £3m

Everton

Everton have secured their safety but can still climb another place
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Current position: 16th

Highest possible finish: 15th

Lowest possible finish: 16th

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Potential swing: £3m

Burnley

Current position: 17th

Highest possible finish: 17th

Lowest possible finish: 18th

Potential swing: £3m

Leeds United

Current position: 18th

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Highest possible finish: 17th

Lowest possible finish: 18th

Potential swing: £3m

Watford

Current position: 19th

Highest possible finish: 19th

Lowest possible finish: 20th

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Potential swing: £3m

Norwich City

Current position: 20th

Highest possible finish: 19th

Lowest possible finish: 20th

Potential swing: £3m.

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