All the latest on this weekend's results in the Premier League and what they mean for the league standings

With the title now won following Chelsea's later winner against West Brom in midweek and two of the relegation places decided, the battle for the remaining top four and last relegation place were the main focus of the Premier League fixtures this weekend.

In the lunchtime kick-off, Manchester City held their nerve against a somewhat unlucky Leicester City to eventually win 2-1, moving up into 3rd in the process. The home side dominated the first half, but after a poor showing in the second were lucky to hold on for the win.

In two games without much on the line, already relegated Middlesborough lost 2-1 to Southampton, and Bournemouth took a hard-fought but deserved home win by the same scoreline against Burnley. Middlesborough fans were so disheartened by the display that at some point chants of Aitor could be heard, referencing former Boro manager Aitor Karanka.

In a bottom of the table clash Swansea eased relegation fears by taking a vital three points against the already doomed Sunderland. The talk will once again turn to the eventual fate of Sunderland manager David Moyes after yet another loss and whether he will be allowed to attempt to right the ship in the Championship next season. Swansea meanwhile move to 38 points, level with Crystal Palace in 16th but more importantly four points above 18th placed Hull, who play Palace on Sunday.

Back to the other end of the table and in the late kick off Arsenal continued their customary late season surge with a 4-1 hammering of Stoke. The win puts them in 5th with 69 points, one behind Liverpool who play tomorrow. Manchester United are behind them in 6th but may be less of a threat with a potential Europa League win offering an easier route to Champions League qualification for Jose Mourinho's men.

Should Arsenal manage to make the top four, as they have done for the last 20 years, calls for manager Arsene Wenger to retire which have been a regular feature of fan chants this season, will no doubt lessen for the time being. With many Gunners fans not considering Arsenal's trophy haul during his tenure sufficient to warrant another season in charge and the mercurial Frenchman remaining coy on his future plans beyond the end of the season.

In the first of tomorrow's' games, a possible relegation decider sees 16th place Crystal Palace face 18th placed Hull. Currently, four points separate the two teams, and Hull desperately need to beat Palace to maintain pressure on the Eagles and Swansea. A loss would all but relegate Hull, while a victory would leave them only a point behind the next two teams above them, neither of which have necessarily easy games in their remaining games.

West Ham take on Liverpool in the second of tomorrow's games and the latter could move into 3rd with a win. While the stage may appear set for that to happen given that West Ham have little left to play for, the Hammers are unbeaten in five games and for a Liverpool side struggling somewhat against teams most expect them to beat of late, this could be a closer game than expected.

In the afternoon game on Sunday, Tottenham takes on Manchester United at White Hart Lane in a game that now has little meaning for either team. Tottenham can now no longer win the league having fallen too far behind champions Chelsea, and given that they are still five points above third-placed Manchester City could be forgiven for lacking a little motivation. Manchester United similarly seem to be focusing on winning the Europa League to achieve Champions league football next season rather than a top four place and as such won't be overly concerned with the game either.