Jose Mourinho will be looking to keep his sides hope for European place alive, at least an Europa League slot finish, as they take on Leicester in the penultimate round of Premier League matches on Sunday.
Tottenham Hotspur have secured three wins from their last four games and a win against the Foxes will see them top Wolverhampton Wanderers, and occupy the only playoffs place for Europa League.
Leicester City still occupy the fourth and final Champions League spot despite a poor run of form. The Foxes travel to the London Stadium with a very bad away record, winless in their last seven Premier League away trips. Impressively though, Leicester have netted the opener in 11 of their 18 Premier League games.
Sixth spot, currently occupied by Wolves, would guarantee European football for next term and Spurs sit just one point behind the West Midlands outfit at this stage, so Mourinho’s men will be desperate for Crystal Palace to pick up a result against Wolves before Spurs themselves take on Palace on the final day.
Leicester City hopes of Champions League is in turmoil, with their recent poor forms and considering they face fellow Champions League spots contenders Manchester United on the last day of matches for the season.
Gaining maximum points will be what will be on the minds of both teams players and coaches. Tottenham will go to Selhurst Park to take on Crystal Palace in the last match of the season.