Premier League: Manuel Lanzini stuns Tottenham with late equaliser in West Ham's fightback; Aston Villa edge Leicester City
Gareth Bale was one of the main Tottenham culprits as he missed a golden opportunity to wrap up the points before West Ham's Manuel Lanzini snatched a stoppage-time equaliser.
Premier League: Patrick Bamford scores late as Leeds United edge past Yorkshire rivals Sheffield United
Leeds look well-equipped to enjoy a strong showing in their first season back in the top-flight for 16 years.
Eight English Football League (EFL) matches are set to be played in front of crowds of up to 1,000 this weekend, in the second, third and fourth tiers.
Let's take a look at the 17 teams who will still be playing in the Premier League next year and reasons why managers of almost all of these clubs might have been pleased with the way the league has ended.
Sheffield are seventh in the standings with 54 points, five behind Leicester, who occupy the final Champions League spot with three games to play.
United, who are eighth in the standings with 48 points from 33 games, picked up one point from their first three league games after the three-month COVID-19 break, including a comprehensive 3-0 defeat at Manchester United.
‘VAR has had a very bad week’: Premier League bosses left seething as technology continues to stutter
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard was among the Premier League managers who spoke against VAR and its recent woes, saying a "collective sit-down" was needed over the way it's being implemented.
Premier League: Sheffield United players with soon-to-expire contracts offered new deals, says manager Chris Wilder
Sheffield United players whose contracts expire this month have been offered new deals to stay at the club and the ball is now in their court, manager Chris Wilder said on Friday.
Premier League: With Champions League dream still alive, Chris Wilder hopes Sheffield United can pick up where they left off
Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder hopes his side’s pre-lockdown form continues when they visit Aston Villa on Wednesday for their first Premier League match in three months.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Sheffield United players agree to defer bonuses, part of salary until end of year
Sheffield United’s players have agreed to defer part of their salaries and bonuses until the end of the year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Premier League club said in a statement on Tuesday.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Newcastle United defender Danny Rose says players feel their 'backs are against the wall' on wage cuts
Amid mounting criticism, the Premier League said on Friday it would consult with players about a proposed 30% reduction in player wages while the season remains suspended
John Lundstram interview: Underdogs Sheffield United's quality is not a surprise anymore, says Blades midfielder
A veritable legend in Fantasy Premier League circles, Lundstram's uncanny ability to score crucial goals has been a driving force in Sheffield's amazing run, most recently scoring a match-winning goal in the 84th minute against Bournemouth on Sunday
Premier League: Sheffield United still focusing on reaching 40-point mark despite sitting in sixth, says manager Chris Wilder
Sheffield striker David McGoldrick is back in contention after recovering from a foot injury that had sidelined him for four matches but Wilder hinted at playing on-loan forward Richairo Zivkovic after he impressed in training
Premier League: Stoppage-time VAR controversy grabs headlines in Sheffield United's narrow win over West Ham
Three points take Sheffield United to fifth place, while West Ham remain in trouble in 16th place, two points above the bottom three.
Premier League: Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola terms VAR a 'big mess' after series of controversial decisions
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola declared the VAR video review system a big mess on Sunday after a weekend which saw a series of controversial decisions from the system.
Premier League: Sheffield United sign former Manchester United forward Ravel Morrison from Ostersund on one-year contract
Premier League new-boys Sheffield United signed former Manchester United forward Ravel Morrison on Tuesday. Morrison earned a one-year contract after impressing Blades boss Chris Wilder during a trial after leaving Ostersund.