Premier League Permutations: What can be decided this weekend

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This time last week we were in the driving seat, but this league is unpredictable and who's to say there won't be another turn in it this weekend. They will also be champions if Spurs lose against United.

"It's probably the greatest league in the world at the moment but I'm totally focused on Hull City staying in the Premier League, so new contracts etc - I'll be discussing those at the end of the season when the football has finished".

It would equal the club record and set a new mark for successive home league wins within the same campaign.

The Reds are now in third but their spot in the Champions League qualification spots is under threat with both Manchester City and Arsenal breathing down their necks, which isn't helped by the fact that they have taken just four points from the last nine available.

Asked how Liverpool would feel if they missed out on a place in the top four, where they have spent the vast bulk of the season, vice-captain James Milner said: "Sick".

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However, should Arsenal win their game in hand and Liverpool slip up in their remaining two matches, a final play-could be needed. If Manchester United wins the Europa League and finishes in the top four, England will enter four clubs into the Champions League.

A point below Swansea in 18th place, Hull will be relegated along with Sunderland and Middlesbrough if they lose at Crystal Palace on Sunday and Swansea beat Sunderland on Saturday.

One thing is for sure - we could be in for the most dramatic finale yet.

Regardless of the outcome of Hull's game though, Watford and Burnley could still secure safety with draws of their own against Everton and Bournemouth respectively.

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