While the celebrations are still going on in Leicester, it is time for us to slink off into the night. We've had enough. But if you want to grab another drink and have a little dance in a virtual Fox-themed party then head over to the King Power Stadium here. And make sure you tune into BBC One - or right here on the BBC Sport website - for Match of the Day at 22:30 BST! Have fun.
- Sunderland come from behind to beat Chelsea 3-2
- Villa 0-0 Newcastle; West Ham 1-4 Swansea
- Bournemouth 1-1 West Brom; Palace 2-1 Stoke
- Man Utd beat Norwich 1-0 in early game
- Middlesbrough promoted to PL, Burnley clinch Championship title
There ain't no party like a Leicester party. So far so good for the PREMIER LEAGUE CHAMPIONS. Goals from Jamie Vardy and Andy King have put them in command at the break against a hapless Everton side.
West Ham manager Slaven Bilic says Swansea "totally deserved" their win in the penultimate game at the Boleyn Ground. You can't say anything else when you've been thumped, can you?!
"I'm not that disappointed with our play with the ball, but without the ball we had too many passengers, relying on someone else to get the ball and play it to me in a good position. If you approach a game like that it makes it very difficult," says the Croatian, whose side remain sixth.
"I don't think the occasion can be an excuse - if anything it should motivate you to be more disciplined. We were ill-disciplined.
"We basically let Swansea get in good, dangerous positions without needing to play great football."
The Premier League? Pah. League Two has been where the real drama has been today.
Two automatic promotion spots left to fill on the final day, three teams in the mix.
Fourth-placed Bristol Rovers started two points behind Accrington, but nabbed the final promotion spot to League One with an injury-time winner from Lee Brown.
Second-placed Oxford eased up with a 3-0 win against Wycombe, meaning Accrington must regroup for the play-offs after being held to a goalless draw against Stevenage.
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Can't believe former Leicester midfielder Savage is working tonight! His attention might be diverted elsewhere mind...
Ahhh, will this fairytale story ever end? Andy King - the midfielder who has helped guide Leicester from the depths of League One to Premier League champions - doubles the lead.
Even the biblical rain in Leicester is not dampening this one. Follow all the latest from the title party here.
Mark Noble, the West Ham captain, has been speaking to the media: "We stared so well and had three or four early chances. With a little more luck we could have taken the lead. But we were caught on the counter-attack a couple of times and it was a struggle from there. Swansea finished their chances really well.
"A bad day at the office, that's what it was. It can happen in this league. Tuesday will be a special night and we will try to enjoy ourselves."
Swansea midfielder Jack Cork: "I think the last two games have proved that we want to finish as high as we can. We were under the cosh in the first 15 minutes. Francesco Guidolin has done brilliantly since he came in - all credit to him and his staff. We've completely changed it around and people won't be looking at us and saying we've had a bad season."
Delighted Swansea boss Francesco Guidolin, speaking in the Upton Park tunnel: "I was not surprised because I know my group, my squad. It's not a surprise because we have a good group and many good players. I am happy for them, because today all day they played a good match. I am happy - congratulations to my players.
"Our season is not finished and my team is not on the beach. We showed this in recent weeks against both Liverpool and now West Ham, and I hope also next against Manchester City."
Leicester '16 has turned into Mexico '86. Everyone inside the King Power Stadium is up on their feet, 'wahaaaaying' and launching themselves into a Mexican wave. And some Foxes fans might say Mahrez has played like Maradona this season...
Chelsea manager Guus Hiddink, speaking to BBC Sport: “It was a very intense game. For Sunderland it was a must-win game, for us it was a would-like-to-win game.
"In the first half we played rather well and could have scored at least one more. The Sunderland crowd was unconditional for their team, I think the team got very encouraged with this help.
"In the second half we have at least one or two open chances with Diego Costa. They got a lot of energy they produced the win. John Terry was a double yellow, I think it was a little bit over the top the decision.”
Ex-Leicester midfielder on 6-0-6 on BBC Radio 5 live
"What a fantastic win against Chelsea - Jermain Defoe just scores you goals. But Newcastle can't even beat Villa. Does that now mean they're down?"
A few years ago everyone laughed at Big Sam for saying he'd win the title every year at a club like Madrid or Inter. Well it's clear to me that he's a much better manager than Rafa who failed miserably at both those clubs, and is failing to keep Newcastle up this season. You'd run through a brick wall if Allardyce told you to and it's about time he got a chance at a big club.
Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce: “An extraordinary and nerve-wracking afternoon. Everything we experienced in our emotions we felt from the start going a goal down.
"That little bit change of tactics, by pushing Fabio Borini in the middle behind Jermain Defoe, has obviously paid off. It’s a wonderful comeback and wonderful for us. We’re the favourites now, Newcastle have been favourites all this week.
"Our destiny is in our hands and a win against Everton will secure our Premier League future. It will be difficult but we have an opportunity to achieve it, let’s hope we can.
"Since the turn of the year we’ve been so near yet so far from so many victories, but today, for a change, we’ve come from being behind twice and come back to win the game and it shows the character of the players."
While we will continue to bring you all the key action from Leicester, there's also plenty of other Premier League juice to mop up. Stay tuned for all the reaction from the earlier, relegation-themed matches...
It had to be him! Back from a ban, Jamie Vardy needs less than six minutes to get this party started. The England striker strokes in Andy King's floated cross and the King Power Stadium erupts. No hangover from Monday night's fun it seems....
Former Leicester City captain on BBC Radio Leicester
"You have got to feel sorry for Everton. They are here just to make up the numbers.
"It has been Leicester's season and when you are on this much of a high you can't help but perform."
In case you've forgotten, there is a football game taking place in Leicester today. And it is game on. Everton aren't going to spoil the party - but they can try if they want to...
Regular updates from the King Power Stadium will appear right here, but if you want more intensive coverage then head to our dedicated live page.
I hope they handed out free earplugs at the King Power Stadium along with the beer and pizza. Deafening noise. Even our Match of the Day camera is bouncing up and down!
Everton get probably the biggest cheer they've had this season as they walk out of the tunnel first, forming a guard of honour for the Premier League champions. Leicester! The Premier League champions! Still sounds strange doesn't it?
More from Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce after Jermain Defoe's winner against Chelsea: "Our goalkeeper made two unbelievably good saves which has given us the platform to score two quick goals to get in front. Every man has done his job today and done it very well.
"You give Jermain Defoe a chance and generally at least hits the target. We’ve crawled out of the bottom three by the number of goals that he’s scored. Without him I dread to think where we’d be as a team."
Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce on Match of the Day: “It’s the first time we’ve come from behind to win a game of football this season and that shows the desire of the players, the quality of the players.
"The character and determination has shone through, along with the quality of our finishing at last. To see the players at half-time they were looking dejected and jaded, we sorted that defensive side out in the second half.
"The atmosphere is what makes players play well an the atmosphere today certainly enthused the players to give their all. Everton are better away from home than home, it’s going to be tough one but our destiny is in our own hands."
Ex-Sunderland midfielder on 5 live Sport
"Everything Sunderland had - desire and teamwork - Newcastle just didn't have. If ever there was a team to be taken down it was Aston Villa. But the Magpies showed very little, and neither did Norwich. Manchester United have come away from Carrow Road having been gifted the three points. It's all in Sunderland's hands now."
John Terry will be suspended for his last home game as a Chelsea player. Will he still put a match shirt on and celebrate at the end of the game?
I think ive pulled a muscle in my shoulder celebrating Defoes winner. Ha'way the Lads!!!
Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez: “We are disappointed. Sunderland won, so all we can do now is wait for the score of that game and now try to win our game.
“We were a little bit anxious in the first half. We were not comfortable in possession. You have to take your chances and we didn’t do that.
“We had to change things in the second half. We did that, but it was not enough. The players are disappointed.
"iI was an opportunity to stay ahead of Sunderland and we couldn't do it."
Robert Huth and Danny Drinkwater are banned for Leicester so Marcin Wasilewski and Andy King come in. Striker Jamie Vardy returns to the starting line-up in place of Leonardo Ulloa.
Leicester XI: Schmeichel, Simpson, Wasilewski, Morgan, Fuchs, Mahrez, King, Kante, Albrighton, Vardy, Okazaki.
Everton give a start to striker Oumar Niasse, while youngster Matthew Pennington also plays at centre-back.
Everton XI: Joel, Oviedo, Baines, Stones, Pennington, Cleverley, McCarthy, Lennon, Barkley, Niasse, Lukaku
While the focus during the 3pm kick-offs was at the bottom of the Premier League, the attention now turns to the top.
Beer? Check. Pizza? Check. Silver-foiled cardboard trophies? Check. It is party-time in Leicester!
Congratulations to Sunderland, deserved something from the game. That said, Van Aanholt looked a couple of yards offside for the assist and Cattermole should have had a second yellow for holding Hazard back a couple of minutes before, so perhaps a draw would have been fairer?
Sunderland goalscorer Fabio Borini: “In terms of intensity, quality, fightback, it’s unbelievable from all of us. We kept believing and showed that we are Sunderland.
"(The crowd were) unbelievable, and we need that again on Wednesday because that made the difference when we went down 2-1 and kept us going.
"We have to do it this week. We have the focus, we don’t have negative thoughts of relgation, we only have positive thoughts and we’ve seen it today. We know how important it is to stay in the Premier League because of all the TV rights and Sunderland as a football club and city deserve to stay in the Premier League."
Former Magpies defender John Anderson at Villa Park
"Newcastle didn't do enough today to win the game. Newcastle knew today was a game that had to be won, but they were not bright, not direct and did not put Villa under a great deal of pressure.
"A draw is a fair result, because Newcastle did not ask enough of a side already relegated. Many people said it would be easy today, but it's only easy if you do the job right. Newcastle didn't do it right."
Jay: Sunderland have made an art of digging a progressively deeper hole for themselves every season, then getting out of said hole! #bbcfootball
Matt Blazey: Newcastle have ended up with a squad of overpaid, overrated players with zero passion for the club. Relegation to rebuild may be a blessing. #bbcfootball
Just got back from the shops? Here's what you have missed in the Premier League relegation battle...
- Norwich lose
- Newcastle draw
- Sunderland win
And that means it is advantage Sunderland. One win from either of their final two games - at home to Everton and away at Watford - will see them safe.
Sunderland matchwinner Jermain Defoe: "It was a difficult game but we managed to do it. Unbelievable character from the boys, everyone worked hard. We have always been confident, never thought about being relegated.
"It's not done yet. We must recover and we've got a big game on Wednesday."
I'm a life long Newcastle fan that is now rooting for Sunderland to be the team that survives this season. They've shown character against the former champions and Newcastle can't even score a single goal against the worst team all season. Sunderland deserve to stay up.
More blood pressure tablets! Nee good for your health following Sunderland!
Sunderland's third goal caused me to jump out the chair, shouting "get in" at the top of my voice and run around the living room while holding my 4 month old son aloft kike he was the F.A. Cup............He was NOT amused and nor was my lass come to think of it.
Ex-Chelsea winger at Stadium of Light for BBC Radio 5 live
"How fitting that Defoe gets the winning goal?
"He has held this team together. For the second half attitude and Sam Allardyce’s changes they deserve the three points today - no argument."
Jubilant scenes at the Stadium of Light. Sunderland are not safe yet but, boy, have they taken a giant stride towards safety.
The Black Cats climb out of the bottom three at the expense of Newcastle.