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Summary

  1. Arsenal beat Valencia 4-2 (7-3 on aggregate)
  2. Chelsea beat Frankfurt on penalties
  3. Petr Cech to face former club in his final game
  4. 13 Premier League news conferences still to come
  5. Pochettino at 12:30 BST; Guardiola at 13:15 BST
  6. Get involved: #bbcfootball and 81111 (UK only)

Live Reporting

By Laura Savvas and Niamh Lewis

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    We'll leave it there for today. We'll be back on Monday for more reaction to the weekend's action (that rhymes?!), which we're quite excited about.

    Ciao!

  2. Wilshere could make his first appearance since September

    Watford v West Ham (Sun, 15:00 BST)

    West Ham United

    Jack wilshire

    Jack Wilshere could make his first start since September when West Ham travel to Watford this weekend.

    The former England midfielder is finally fit after enduring another injury-hit season with two separate ankle problems.

    Wilshere came on as a substitute at Southampton last weekend setting up West Ham's third goal in their 3-0 win.

    In the build-up to the final match of the campaign, manager Manuel Pellegrini says: "Jack is ready to start and he will be involved in the squad list. In the last game he did very well".

  3. 'It took an incredible strike to lose the game'

    Leicester City v Chelsea (Sun, 15:00 BST)

    Leicester City

    Brendan Rogers says: “To go there and have that confidence to play how we want to play was very pleasing. The courage of the players and personality was very good. It took an incredible strike to lose the game.

    “Christian Fuchs is super fit, works very hard and understands his role. His contract is a nice reward for his work. Ben Chilwell is our number one left-back, but we have a very capable champion in Christian.

    "Our season doesn’t finish until the final whistle against Chelsea. We have a responsibility to the supporters to fight for every result.”

  4. 'We helped him to improve'

    Spurs v Everton (Sun, 15:00 BST)

    Everton

    Silva on Andre Gomez going to Spurs: "Our relationship is really honest since the first day and we didn't decide nothing about his future, and his agent also. Now it;'s up to us to show that ambition to show that ambition with the clubs and with the players.

    "I repeat what I said the last few months about Gomez and Kurt Zouma, they are important, they didn't do anything alone. We welcome them with technical stuff it was important for me to see their progress.

    "Last season Zouma at stoke he wasn't performing, we helped him to improve and to help him get better everyday is our job, lets see what we can do to sign them permanently."

  5. 'This is the philosophy'

    Liverpool v Wolves (Sun, 15:00 BST)

    Wolverhampton Wanderers

    Wolves boss, Nuno Espirito Santo says: "I want to be involved in every game, even in a pre-season game I'm always involved.

    "The players rise for every game and training session, this is the philosophy. It's a big game and we want to play it.

    "I like Liverpool, the way they play with the intensity they have, it's hard to find someone who didn't enjoy the game against Barcelona (the 4-0 Champions League semi-final win). It was amazing."

  6. Palace injury news

    Crystal Palace v Bournemouth (Sun, 15:00 BST)

    Crystal Palace

    Roy Hodgson: "I think the season has been very good. I'm full of admiration for the players for the work they've put in. The players care about the shirt and the club. It can be underestimated how much of an achievement it is going into a seventh consecutive Premier League season."

    Scott Dann is potentially going to be absent alongside Mamadou Sakho, Jeffrey Schlupp and James Tomkins for the match this weekend against Bournemouth: "It's the same injuries as last week. We are monitoring Scott Dann as he felt something in training but that's it."

    "Julian has taken it out of my hands. He came and told me he doesn't see a reason why he should play or be put as the number two goalkeeper. That just shows how much of a consummate professional he is."

  7. 'We want to do everything we can can to achieve the three points'

    Spurs v Everton (Sun, 15:00 BST)

    Everton

    Manager, Marco Silva says: "Lots of emotion of course... all the games had big doubts and then the results - late goals and the emotion is really high, there have been good moments of football, because we love this sport.

    "Spurs did well, they can see they are living their dream, they are professional but the Premier League is not done yet, there is one game to play - even if they enjoy the last few days, and they will be full of confidence.

    "It will be a good game, a tough game for us to finish well, but we want to play good football and do everything we can to achieve the three points."

    marco silva
  8. Scotty, the new Fulham boss

    Fulham

    Scott parker

    Scott Parker, the boss of Fulham's official statement: "I’m delighted to be appointed Head Coach of Fulham Football Club and I thank the Chairman for entrusting me with this responsibility, as well as the support and encouragement that both he and Tony Khan have provided me.

    "It's a two-year contract and I'm very excited about the challenge. I know how things work, the daily dynamics of team, and where improvements need to be made.

    "Now, the challenge lies with me to move things forward. Ultimately, success comes from a culture and a desire - that needs to be our foundation. We'll drive a culture here that our fans will recognise.

    "I've got twenty years of playing experience and twenty years of being in changing rooms. I want to use that experience to help the Club be successful and move things forward."

  9. 'The week is not over yet' - Klopp

    Liverpool v Wolves (Sun, 15:00 BST)

    Liverpool

    Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp said it has been a "week of big football moments" but the "week is not over yet" before Sunday's Premier League title decider.

    Liverpool host Wolves and are a point behind City, who travel to Brighton.

    The Reds beat Barcelona 4-0 in midweek, to overturn a 3-0 first-leg deficit and reach the Champions League final, where they will play Tottenham.

    "Focus is not a problem," said Klopp. "We are not used to moments of glory but we win from time to time."

    He added: "Coming in on Wednesday you needed a hammer to punch the smile out of faces."

    More here.

    Jurgen Klopp and Mo Salah
  10. 'It's all about belief'

    Spurs v Everton (Sun, 15:00 BST)

    Tottenham Hotspur

    On the eight-goal swing: "In football, all can happen It’s about belief. We must believe that we need to win on Sunday.

    "Our objective must be to finish third. That’s the way we need to take the game and then what happens, happens.

    "The most important is the responsibility we need to feel, we need to compete in our best to win the game.

    "Don’t think too much, only think to play well to finish the season."

  11. 'The aim is to finish in the top four' - Poch

    Spurs v Everton (Sun, 15:00 BST)

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Poch now on Tottenham's aims: "It’s a great opportunity for us to finish well. Of course it’s better to finish third than fourth but the objective is to finish in the top four and it’s almost done but we have one more game."

    On Everton: "Everton has great momentum, very competitive and they finish the season very well. They have very good players and it’s normal that they’re going to come here to compete.

    "They had a clear week to prepare. We cannot be distracted, we need to be focused on our game."

    Mauricio Pochettino
  12. Londoners going to Baku

    Reality Check

    To help the discussion of why two London clubs need to go 4,000km (2,500 miles) to Azerbaijan to play against each other, when they are both less than 15km from Wembley, the Reality Check team has been looking into the carbon footprint of those journeys.

    Assuming 12,000 fans use economy class return flights, we've tried one carbon calculator that says it's 5,595 tonnes of CO2, one that says it's 8,280 tonnes and one that says it's 13,094 tonnes - 15,600 if you include radiative forcing, which is the extra emissions from flying at high altitude.

    If you look at the highest estimate (because you know some people will travel without tickets to the game, not everyone will fly economy class, and you also have to transport the teams and club staff) according to the US Environmental Protection Agency,that's the amount of emissions you'd get from the energy needs of an average home for 1,868 years or running 3,300 cars for a year. To save that amount you'd have to switch 600,000 incandescent light bulbs to LEDs.

  13. 'One of the best moments we've had together in five years'

    Spurs v Everton (Sun, 15:00 BST)

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Poch on the Champions League win: "Of course, it was an amazing moment, one of the best we live all together after five years.

    "I know very well it’s difficult to stop to think after all we achieved on Wednesday but our responsibility is to be ready. We’re in a good position, it’s almost but it’s not done.

    "We need to take the game, be competitive with all energy and to finish in the right way will be a massive boost to prepare for the Champions League final against Liverpool in Madrid."

    Mauricio Pochettino
  14. 'We are living in a dream' - Poch

    Spurs v Everton (Sun, 15:00 BST)

    Tottenham Hotspur

    "We are in a moment, living a dream. It’s difficult to be in the reality," Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino said.

    "It’s our responsibility to create the atmosphere of competition because Sunday is an important day for us.

    "To be ready is our first priority. To finish in the right way, in front of our fans, is the most important thing now."

    Mauricio Pochettino
  15. First title? The Double? Champions League? - Petr Cech on favourite season

    Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech tells Mark Schwarzer about his favourite season in English football ahead of his retirement from the game after 15 seasons in the Premier League with Chelsea and the Gunners.

    Watch the full interview on Football Focus, Saturday 11 May, 12:00 BST on BBC One.

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    Video caption: First title? The Double? Champions League? - Petr Cech on favourite season
  16. Puncheon to leave Palace after 6 years

    Crystal Palace

    Crystal Palace midfielder Jason Puncheon will depart the club at the end of the season after nearly six years of service when his contract expires.

    More here.

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  17. 'To be where we are is a great achievement'

    Fulham v Newcastle (Sun, 15:00 BST)

    Newcastle United

    On how they are ending the season: "Last year we finished 10th with 44 points. This year already 10th has 50 points, so this season was more difficult.

    "It was a great achievement what we have done. It could be better, but we were safe with three games to play and that was very good.

    "We didn’t realise last year that to finish 10th was a miracle. It was impossible to think we could finish 7th this year.

    "You can be lucky one year but to be consistent you need right things in place. Teams spent £100m - so to be where we are is a great achievement."

  18. Newcastle team news

    Fulham v Newcastle (Sun, 15:00 BST)

    Newcastle United

    Rafa on Ayoze Perez transfer rumours: "It was the same last year, but he improves when the weather improves! He is doing well and now it is easy to talk about his future.

    "When you do well at your level, teams around you get interested. It is too early to talk about players’ future."

    On team news: "We have more or less the same problems as before. Ki has a small knee problem that is not serious but we don’t want to take any risks."

  19. Rafa gives an update on his future

    Fulham v Newcastle (Sun, 15:00 BST)

    Newcastle United

    Rafa Benitez has been speaking about his future at Newcastle.

    “It is exactly the same line, we will have a meeting for sure and then let you know when we have info.

    “We just have to concentrate on game. I will be around after Sunday [to talk].

    “I don’t need too much time on holiday - one week later on is good for me.

    "We have one game left to play. We have to try and do well, we want to finish one place higher if we can.

    "I have some players asking me questions about the future, but still we don’t know.

    "We’ve waited 8 months, so we can wait another 10 days."

    Rafa Benitez