Chelsea 2-1 Blackburn Rovers
Everton 3-1 Newcastle United
Manchester City 3-2 QPR
Norwich City 2-0 Aston Villa
Stoke City 2-2 Bolton Wanderers
Sunderland 0-1 Manchester United
Swansea City 1-0 Liverpool
Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Fulham
West Brom 2-3 Arsenal
Wigan 3-2 Wolves
14.54 – Welcome to the last day of the season. Since the start of the synchronised final-day fixtures, we’ve never seen so much up for grabs: relegation, the Champions League chase and – of course – the title.
14.56 – The one thing: this has been a season of surprises and twists. All of the current top four have endured drastic collapses at one stage. Will there be one more?
15.00 – As Gary Neville was inferring there on Sky, City do look very focused… not anxious or nervous. Bad news for United fans. The expectation is surely that they’ll do the business, Arsenal will get third and Bolton stay up… but, given this season, there’ll surely be one more twist.
15.01 – We’re off!
15.04 – City have started positively, as expected. Corner.
15.07 – GOAL! Tottenham 1-0 Fulham
Arsenal have a job to do. It’s 1-0 Spurs as Emmanuel Adebayor slots in after a one-two with Van der Vaart.
15.08 – GOAL! West Brom 0-1 Arsenal
But Arsenal have done that work! Yossi Benayoun strikes with a tap-in after a Fulop error.
15.12 – GOAL! Norwich City 1-0 Aston Villa
Grant Holt bundles in after a Bennett free-kick.
15.14 – GOAL! Wigan 0-1 Wolves
Matt Jarvis strikes in a game that means absolutely nothing.
15.15 – GOAL! West Brom 1-1 Arsenal
Shane Long strikes to put Arsenal under real pressure. The linesman might feel even more though. That was surely offside.
15.17 – GOAL! Stoke City 1-0 Bolton Wanderers
Jon Walters picks up the baton from Shane Long in terms of Irish men scoring consequential goals in games that don’t truly have meaning for them. Bolton are on their way down as the striker scrambles home.
15.19 – GOAL! West Brom 2-1 Arsenal
Oh dear Arsenal! Graham Dorrans latches on to a loose ball and fires home. As it stands, Arsenal are in fourth.
15.20 – GOAL! Everton 1-0 Newcastle United
Steven Pienaar strikes from distance, via a deflection off Mike Williamson. Not happening for Newcastle.
15.22 – GOAL! Sunderland 0-1 Manchester United
Things take off in the title race. As it stands, United are on top because Wayne Rooney has struck for the champions, heading in from close range.
15.25 – GOAL! Norwich 2-0 Aston Villa
It gets worse for Villa as the ‘McLeish out’ chants start. Jackson fires home after a mistake from Cuellar.
15.27 – Free-kick to City right at the edge of the box after a handball that looked like it might be inside… it’s thumped against the wall.
15.28 – This is a test of City’s bottle now.
15.30 – GOAL! Everton 2-0 Newcastle
Jelavic strikes again. Champions League football is not going to happen for Newcastle.
15.31 – As Rooney hits the bar, City are struggling to scramble through QPR’s rearguard. The London team just about forced the ball away there as Silva tried to create. They need to win.
15.32 – GOAL! West Brom 2-2 Arsenal
What a game at the Hawthorns! Santos brings Arsenal back into it by capitalising on a Fulop error. They need another.
15.33 – Bolton hit the bar at Stoke. Meanwhile, you can really sense the anxiety at Eastlands.
15.35 – GOAL! Chelsea 2-0 Blackburn Rovers
Meireles makes it 2-0 in the dead rubber.
15.36 – And Rooney has missed an absolute sitter after a flowing United move! They’re battering Sunderland… but not yet putting it out of sight.
15.40 – Yaya Toure limping at Eastlands. It looks like he’ll have to go off. If City fail today, that would be symbolic.
15.41 – GOAL! Manchester City 1-0 QPR
They’ve done it Zabaleta forces the ball home after an intricate exchange. As it stands, they will be champions.
15.44 – GOAL! Stoke City 1-1 Bolton Wanderers
Mark Davies equalises for Bolton. After the title race tilts, so does the battle at the bottom!
15.45 – Two potentially significant subs: John O’Shea goes off with what appears a hamstring injury; Yaya Toure hobbles off for City.
15.49 – GOAL! Stoke City 1-2 Bolton Wanderers
And as it stands, it’s Bolton who are staying up! Kevin Davies has just struck QPR must score at Eastlands.
15.50 – It’s half-time. Manchester City are 45 minutes away from their first title since 1968.
16.05 – Paddy Kenny really should have done better for that Zabaleta shot. As it stands, QOPR need a goal, and United really need them to get one. Arsenal are the same. They must score.
16.06 – The second halves are under way…
16.09 – GOAL! Manchester City 1-1 QPR
Well! There’s the twist! Will it stick? A horrendous mistake by Joleon Lescott allows Djibril Cisse through on goal and he finishes superbly, rifling past Hart!
16.11 – Nasri drives across goal and Clint Hill deflects it away, almost skewing into his own net.
16.15 – GOAL! West Brom 2-3 Arsenal
Arsenal are back in third thanks to Koscielny and yet another Fulop error. Tottenham won’t be happy with the Hungarian.
16.16 – RED CARD! Joey Barton is off after striking Tevez. And he then compounds the incident after kicking Aguero and then trying to go at Balotelli. This is farcical.
16.17 – I mean… that’s just utter stupidity. Utterly, utterly foolish.
16.18 – After all that, City had a free at the edge of the box which City then almost force through but Kenny makes a superb save.
16.19 – The ball flashes across the box from a corner but City can’t push it home. Another corner. This has shades of Upton Park 1995.
16.21 – City think they have the ball over the line but Kenny just grabs it. There was a handball in the build-up… City still need that goal.
16.21 – Barton is claiming retaliation. Says Tevez struck him first.
16.23 – GOAL! Tottenham 2-0 Fulham
Defoe essentially confirms Spurs’ victory. They need a favour from West Brom.
16.25 – There are 25 minutes left. City need to do something.
16.27 – GOAL! Manchester City 1-2 QPR
Wow! This is unreal. Mackie has put QPR into the lead with a brilliant header from a Traore cross. City must get two.
16.28 – They’ve just showed footage of the Barton incident. Tevez did have the first kick, before Barton elbowed him. Still stupid though.
16.29 – City have put Dzeko on as they look to change up. They’re very sloppy and anxious at the moment.
16.30 – GOAL! Everton 3-0 Newcastle
Not happening for Newcastle at all. Heitinga has just extended Everton’s lead.
16.32 – Kenny tips over from a placed Tevez header. So close!
16.33 – There are real shades of Upton Park 1995 about this.
16.35 – Balotelli coming on for Tevez. There are 15 minutes left. City need two.
16.37 – GOAL! Stoke City 2-2 Bolton Wanderers
It really looks like Bolton are going down. Walters has just thrashed home a penalty, after Crouch was fouled in the box.
16.38 – Oh that’s so close! Dzeko misses from just yards out! The drama here.
16.39 – This is absolutely gripping.
16.43 – City’s body language is not good. It’s as if they don’t believe. Someone needs to stand up to be counted.
16.44 – QPR throwing bodies at a free0kick. This desperate stuff… in a good way!
16.47 – There are four minutes of normal time left. As it stands, the trophy is hading to Old Trafford for the 20th time.
16.49 – We’re in the 89th minute. City just don’t look like doing anything.
16.51 – Balotelli pulls off a remarkable save from a point-blank Balotelli header. What a save! We’re into five minutes of stoppage time!
16.53 – GOAL! Manchester City 2-2 QPR
Dzeko flashes home a header from a corner. City have three minutes to get the one goal that wins the title. That’s what it comes down to!
16.53 – It’s over at Sunderland. United have done what they must.
16.55 – GOAL! Manchester City 3-2 QPR
Wow. Just wow. In the 93rd minute, City have surely won the title! Sergio Aguero has burst through and fired past Kenny. Incredible.
16.56 – Bolton are down! They’ve failed to win at Stoke.
16.57 – MANCHESTER CITY ARE THE 2011-12 CHAMPIONS!
16.59 – There’s a pitch invasion at the Etihad. Scenes of pure emotion. Incredible.
17.26 – The City players about to lift the trophy…