With 36.6 matchweeks of the 2021-22 Premier League season in the books, everything is still to play for, from the title race all the way down to the relegation battle.

The title race is still on, the top-four race is still on, Europa League qualification is still up for grabs, as are two places in the top half (with six sides still in contention) and one spot in next season’s Premier League.

As we kick off the final week of the 2021-22 Premier League season, culminating in 10 games played simultaneously on Championship Sunday, let’s dive into the details of each and every race up and down the table…

Premier League title

What was originally thought to be a four-horse race quickly became a three-horse race, and by the frantic festive period was down to two: Manchester City and Liverpool.

The defending Premier League champions took the top spot for the first time all season back in matchweek 16 (Dec. 4), and they haven’t relinquished control since. At one point, their lead swelled to as many as 11 points (the Reds sat 3rd, behind Chelsea), and it looked like they might lift the trophy again before spring had even sprung. Then, they dropped a few points (nine, in two months’ time, from mid-January to late-March), and Liverpool began to play their games in hand.

They won. And they won. And they won, until they were separated by just a point. They played one another dead even in a riveting 2-2 draw at the Etihad Stadium to start April. Now, six days before Championship Sunday, the gap is four, but Liverpool have a game in hand (they were busy winning the FA Cup last weekend) where they can trim it to one, away to Southampton on Tuesday.