The Premier League has finally come to a close with the clubs now taking a breather after another crazy season. Manchester City defended their crown as champions in a duel with Liverpool that went right to the final day but the Reds have secured Champions League football next season alongside Chelsea and Tottenham.
Arsenal and Manchester United will both be competing in the Europa League next season unless the Gunners win the final against Chelsea later this month, with Jose Mourinho being replaced by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Old Trafford midway through the season.
Wolves impressed after their promotion from the Championship, beating most of the top teams as they finished seventh. Everton and Leicester followed them home and West Ham made up the top-half with all of those clubs hoping to push for Europe next season.
Watford finished 11th but they do have an FA Cup final to look forward to as they attempt to stop Man City from completing an unprecedented domestic treble. Brighton, Southampton and Burnley all moved themselves away from the relegation zone with a couple of games to spare condemning Cardiff, Fulham and Huddersfield to the Championship.
Huddersfield won just three games all season as they said goodbye to manager David Wagner in what was a tough season after the miracle of last campaign. Fulham were, without doubt, the biggest underachievers as they flopped after spending a huge amount in the summer on some big-name players. It was not meant to be for them as they were eventually relegated under Scott Parker, their third manager of the season.