The following are the five teams that could still get dragged into the Championship and what their remaining fixtures look like:
Hull City - 34 points
Hull City, with their two remaining matches against Tottenham and Manchester United to go along with them needing other sides to drop points appears to make them odds on favourites for relegation. However, Tottenham have nothing much to play for now that they've already missed out on Champions League qualification, while Manchester United's form of late has been patchy, so it's not beyond the realms of possibility that Hull could get something out of these two fixtures.
Newcastle United - 36 points
Before their crucial 1-1 draw with West Bromwich Albion on Saturday the struggling Magpies had not picked up a point since February 28 and looked to be in free fall. Their remaining fixtures are against the already relegated QPR and a mid table West Ham side with nothing to play for, so it should be straightforward for John Carver's side to secure safety, but nothing is ever straightforward with Newcastle.
Sunderland - 36 points
Newcastle's bitter rivals Sunderland have three matches remaining, but the first of which is a pressure packed "six pointer" against fellow relegation battlers Leicester City. A win in that fixture may see Sunderland near enough to safety. Their other two remaining matches are against an Arsenal side battling to secure second place and the already crowned Champions Chelsea, whose minds may be on the beach when this match rolls around.
Leicester City - 37 points
A few months back Leicester looked dead and buried, but their resurgence in recent weeks is a credit to manager Nigel Pearson. He's formed a strongly knit unit without the benefit of a lot of money to spend and has made the Foxes a tough team to beat. The above mentioned clash with Sunderland is massive however and could either virtually assure them of safety or setup a nervous last day against the already doomed QPR.
Aston Villa - 38 points
Going nowhere under former manager Paul Lambert, the surging Aston Villa side led by the outspoken Tim Sherwood have already booked themselves a place in the FA Cup Final and appear to be on safe footing baring a disaster over the course of their last two matches against Southampton and already relegated Burnley.