English Premier League 2020-2021

Watford clinched promotion back to the Premier League following a 1:0 victory over Millwall today.

In addition, Brentford has clinched at least a spot in the EFL Championship playoffs with 78 points. Bournemouth (77 points), Barnsley (77 points), and Swansea City (76 points) all have basically clinched spots as well as the 7th place team in the table is currently Reading at 68 points and Reading has played the same amount of games as Swansea and has a game in hand on Bournemouth and Barnsley.

In League One, Hull City has clinched promotion back to the EFL Championship and Peterborough United has clinched a playoff spot and has all but clinched the promotion spot as well as they are at 82 points and Sunderland is at 73 with both teams having 3 matches left to play. The rest of the top 6 are Lincoln City (72 points), Oxford United, and Blackpool. Oxford United and Blackpool are tied at 68 points with Portsmouth in 7th. Oxford United and Blackpool are currently +3 in GD on Portsmouth with Blackpool having a game in hand on Portsmouth and 2 games in hand on Oxford United.
The 4 EFL Championship teams in the promotional playoffs are set with seeding still yet to be decided. The 4 teams in the playoffs will be Brentford (81 points), Bournemouth (77 points), Swansea City (77 points), and Barnsley (77 points). The teams still have 2 matches left to play.
With the season nearing its end and Manchester City and Manchester United having clinched Champions League spots for next season, here's how the table looks for the remainder of the top 8:

3. Chelsea: 64
4. Leicester City: 63
5. West Ham United: 58
6. Liverpool: 57
7. Spurs: 56
8. Everton: 55

Here's what the remaining fixtures look like for each of the sides:
-Chelsea: vs. Arsenal, vs. Leicester City, at Aston Villa
-Leicester City: at Manchester United, at Chelsea, vs. Spurs
-West Ham United: at Brighton & Hove Albion, at West Brom, vs. Southampton
-Liverpool: at Manchester United, at West Brom, at Burnley, vs. Crystal Palace
-Spurs: vs. Wolves, vs. Aston Villa, at Leicester City
-Everton: at Aston Villa, vs. Sheffield United, vs. Wolves, at Manchester City

Based on how the table looks at the moment, Leicester has the toughest remaining stretch for those teams, giving at least a glimmer of hope to the teams behind them pursing them for a Champions League spot. West Ham probably has the easiest (with Liverpool close behind even with the make-up game against Manchester United later this week) though their loss to Everton today may end up keeping them out of top 4 contention. Everton and Liverpool both having a match in hand on the others can't be discounted at this point either for either of those sides being in contention for European football next season.
And we now have our 3rd and final relegated team with Fulham losing to Burnley today 0:2. Cottagers heading back down to the Championship, much like West Brom, after just one season in the Premier League.