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Premier League relegation: What do Leeds, Everton and Leicester need to survive?

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Everton, Leeds United and Leicester City are the three clubs heading into the final day of the Premier League season uncertain about being there again next year.Only Southampton have already been confirmed as facing the drop to the Championship, but from only a couple of months ago where at least nine sides were in danger of going down, it’s now just two from three who will end the weekend in despair.Sean Dyche’s side are in the driving seat after earning a late, late point against Wolves last time out, but while survival remains in their own hands, one win in their last ten matches doesn’t exactly offer much of a guarantee that they’ll get the job done.Ahead of the final fixtures, it’s Everton in 17th and safety on 33 points, Leicester on 31 and Leeds also on 31 - but with an inferior goal difference to both of those above them.

Perhaps importantly, all three sides are at home for their last outing; of the trio, it’s Leeds who have the best record on their own turf this term - but the Foxes have taken most points from the last three on home soil.Here’s what each of the three clubs need to survive, and what every permutation will mean on the final day of 2022/23.Everton vs Bournemouth (15th) - live on Sky SportsLeeds vs Tottenham (8th) - live on BT SportLeicester vs West Ham (14th) - live on Sky SportsWe’ll start with the obvious and easy one: a victory for Sean Dyche’s side against the Cherries renders everything else irrelevant.Everton can’t finish any higher than 17th, but 36 points would make them uncatchable by either of the other two.

So an Everton win means they survive, while Leicester and Leeds go down.Before turning our attention to the potential for finishing level on points, here’s the situation if the

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