Leicester are a point outside the top four but know that victory at home against Manchester United will guarantee Champions League football for just the second time in their history.
The league is set to resume on August 11, with dates and venues also to be announced in due course.
It’s been heart-wrenching how the rage of words and flexing of powers between the two organisations yet again escalated.
It was a nervous display from United against an injury-ravaged Leicester, but they ended the campaign unbeaten in 14 Premier League games and with their mission of regaining a place in the Champions League accomplished.
All eyes will be on the Limpopo-born striker to deliver the goods and steer his side to victory once again this weekend.IF there’s one...
The latest standings for the English Premier League
Liverpool chief executive Peter Moore said the players and fans will “come together to celebrate” when the time is right.
Having gone unbeaten in their last 13 league games, United can secure their highest finish since the 2017/18 season when Jose Mourinho guided them to second place.
Under Jose Mourinho Tottenham Hotspur finished sixth after a strong second half to the season, winning five of their nine league games since the restart.
Aston Villa player, management and fans breathed a sigh of relief when their team finished one point above the relegation zone on Sunday.