Aston Villa could be all but relegated this evening.
Wolves know a win over Chelsea on Sunday will secure European football for a second season.
Nuno Espirito Santo's side occupy sixth place in the Premier League this morning following a 2-nil win over Crystal Palace.
Elsewhere, Sheffield United's European ambitions bit the dust with a 1-nil defeat at home to Everton.
And Brighton manager Graham Potter says he's pleased with his side's approach since the restart.
A scoreless draw with Newcastle ensured their Premier League survival.
Watford will learn if their sacking of Nigel Pearson is a masterstroke or disaster this evening.
Club Statement: Nigel Pearson— Watford Football Club (@WatfordFC) July 19, 2020
Should they beat Manchester City at Vicarage Road, they will all-but secure their safety.
Kick-off in that one is at 6.
Aston Villa start tonight three points adrift of Watford, and of survival, and they welcome FA Cup finalists Arsenal to Villa Park.
Villa boss Dean Smith knows there is no margin for error.
It's an 8.15 start there.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has had a pop at Arsenal's hierarchy ahead of the last two matches, in which he says his players will be giving their all.