The Premier League is the biggest and most popular league in the world with millions of fans tuning in every week to watch their favourite team.

However, there are only a few games left until the 2017/18 season is over. Although the Premier League title has already been wrapped up by Manchester City, the Premiership relegation odds are consistently changing as it looks like the relegation battle is set to go until the final day of the season.

The three teams that are currently occupying the relegation places are Southampton, Stoke and West Brom.

Despite an impressive 1-0 win against Manchester United at the weekend, West Brom are essentially relegated unless they are able to win all of their remaining four fixtures and hope results go their way.

Both Stoke City and Southampton are five points from safety and have a few ‘must win’ games coming up if they want to avoid relegation to the Championship.

Whilst the majority of the bottom half of the table are involved in a relegation battle, there’s not much left to fight for at the top.

The title has already been secured by Manchester City, and the remaining top four spots look finalised unless one of the teams goes through a horrific one of form.

Arsenal’s domestic season is essentially over as a spot in next season’s Europa League is basically secured, so full focus will be on their Europa League semi-final time against Spanish team Atletico Madrid.

Although the past few years haven’t been the greatest domestic seasons for the club, the team have managed to win three FA Cup trophies in the past four years and have a chance to return to the Champions League should they progress against Atletico Madrid and win the Europa League final.

Arsene Wenger has received huge criticism in the past few seasons due to the poor performances from the team and under achievement in recent years. Despite this, he is still the most successful manager the club has ever had with 17 trophies to his name during his time at the club

Since the formation of the Football League in the late 19th century multiple teams have managed to win the top division title, whether that be the First Division (1888-1992) or the Premier League (1992-present day).

As mentioned earlier, Arsene Wenger is just one of the few managers which have managed to win the top division title with their club.

Can you figure out the rest?