Manchester United and Chelsea secured places in the Champions League with wins on the final day of the Premier League season while Watford and Bournemouth were relegated along with bottom club Norwich City.
Since the restart, they managed just four points, coming from a draw at home against Spurs and the last-gasp 3-1 win over Everton at Goodison Park, which wasn't enough to avoid an end to their five-year stay in the top flight.
"The final match round of the campaign will take place on 23 May 2021".
Danny Welbeck cut Arsenal's lead to 3-2 with 66 minutes on the clock, as Arsenal looked like they were about let a three-goal lead slip to ensure a nervy finish. He also factored into the second Chelsea goal, driving play forward before Olivier Giroud doubled their lead.
United, whose form has dipped in recent weeks after they pulled themselves back into contention for the Champions League, were locked at 0-0 at half-time at the King Power Stadium.
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They'll also play the second leg of their Champions League Round of 16 series with Bayern Munich on August 8, with the German champions holding a 3-0 aggregate lead. Jesse Lingard scored late to seal the win.
An early goal by Harry Kane put Tottenham in front against Crystal Palace but Palace equalised early in the second half through Jeffrey Schlupp.
Manchester United and Chelsea made in into the top four with their wins over Leicester and Wolves respectively.
Champions Liverpool came from behind to beat Newcastle United 3-1, Brighton and Hove Albion won 2-1 at Burnley and Southampton defeated Sheffield United 3-1.
Jamie Vardy hit the top of the woodwork for Leicester on the hour from an audacious header with his back facing goal before the home side collapsed in the last 20 minutes, with defender Jonny Evans receiving a late red card for a rash tackle on Scott McTominay.