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Premier League Survival Sunday, Gameweek 38: Open Thread

league table Premier League Survival Sunday, Gameweek 38: Open Thread

Gulp, this is it. The final two hours of the Premier League season with all twenty teams playing at once. And just like that, it’ll be over. But these two hours hold so much promise. So much potential of drama, disappointment, excitement and suspense. It may end up like trying to play a few pinball machines at once as you flip back and forth and try to keep up with the frenetic pace. Or, you never know, it could end up being a sleeper with all of the relegation teams losing, while Wolves and Blackburn play out a convenient draw. But with so much on the line and Premier League survival in store for a few of the teams battling near the bottom, there are bound to be so many prizes in store.

In previous seasons, I’ve had a live blog on the final day but I think this is one of those times where a live blog would get in the way of the experience of trying to watch so many games at once. So, instead, like we’ve done all season, we have an open thread here where you can post your rants, raves, questions and observations. Feel free to use the comments thread below as a chance to post an occasional remark or to vent your outrage!

It’s going to be one heck of a day in the Premier League. Let’s make the most of it and enjoy what will hopefully be a historic day and one where, no matter what happens, we’ll see the final two clubs decided to join West Ham in relegation. Or will we?


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