The Premier League season ends on Sunday and the race for Europe is still very much alive.
Liverpool’s trip to Burnley tops a bill of six top-flight encounters tonight and we have previewed each and every game for you.
Away from the action on the pitch, we also turn the spotlight on potential summer transfers and switch things up as our weekly boxing column Beat The Count returns.
Burnley vs Liverpool (8.15pm, Sky Sports)
Liverpool’s late dash into the top four will be complete with two more victories — starting with tonight’s tough trip to Burnley.
But it has not been plain sailing for the Reds after last season’s title triumph, with some of their tried and trusted campaigners struggling for form.
One player who has failed to hit his previously high standards is Sadio Mane, who found himself on the bench for the must-win clash with Manchester United last week.
Ahead of this evening’s clash, we consider what is next for the Senegalese forward.
The end of the domestic football campaign means the transfer rumour mill is in full flow ahead of a busy summer of moves.
Sheffield United’s Sander Berge is under the microscope with Arsenal reportedly interested in securing his signature for £35million.
Meanwhile, West Ham will want to make sure they kick on after an impressive campaign under David Moyes.
The Hammers came desperately close to gatecrashing the top four and a busy summer will be a must for the East Londoners to push on next term.
On top of those two in-depth features, our usual round-up of all the daily transfer news and gossip is back for your reading pleasure.
Premier League preview
The title race and relegation battle have long been decided but that does not stop us bringing you all the latest news ahead of tonight’s games.
Tottenham are in action for the first time since Harry Kane reportedly told the club he wants to leave this summer — and Spurs need three points if they want to keep West Ham at bay and finish in the top six.
Elsewhere, Roy Hodgson’s final home game as Crystal Palace manager sees them take on Arsenal, while the Hammers are at West Brom.
Beat The Count
The saga over Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury’s long-awaited heavyweight unification fight continues — with supposed confirmation the pair would meet on August 14 in Saudi Arabia now looking premature.
Do not fear, though, as our boxing expert Gavin Glicksman has all the latest news from ringside in Beat The Count.
And there’s even more
If football and boxing are not your cup of tea, we have the latest cricket, tennis and motorsport news, as well as plenty of golf content ahead of the US PGA Championship.
Matthew Hill has put down his clubs to pen a must-read preview of this week’s event at Kiawah Island to get you ready for four days of action.