Five Aside offers stats and recaps of the Premier League's wild final day of matches for 2011-12.
Breaking down the numbers of making it to the Champions League
The Premier League title race took another twist as Manchester City won and United lost, closing the gap to five points.
A look at big games for City and United on Sunday that could settle the title race
We preview the pivotal EPL clash between Chelsea and Manchester City, noting City's diminishing chances of winning a league title, according to SPI.
With his 37th career Premier League goal Monday against Liverpool, Clint Dempsey broke Brian McBride's American record of 36 EPL goals. Here are five more notes on Dempsey's rise to the top of the American chart.
We take a statistical look at Manchester United's 1-1 draw with Newcastle, which had lost on five of its six previous trips to Old Trafford.
We take a statistical look at Arsenal's 5-3 win over Chelsea, which included three more goals for Robin van Persie and ended a long, road winless streak in league play for the Gunners.
We take a statistical look at Manchester City's 6-1 thrashing of United, its biggest win over its crosstown rival in more than 50 years.
The two teams with the most top-flight titles in England meet when Liverpool hosts Manchester United on Saturday to renew one of the EPL's fiercest rivalries.
We take a statistical look at Sunday's action in the Premier League, which featured all five London teams in action.
Everton looks to build on last year's win and a draw against Liverpool when the two face off Saturday to renew one of the EPL's fiercest rivalries.
We take a statistical look at the biggest game of the Premier League season so far, Manchester United vs. Chelsea at Old Trafford.
We take a statistical look at Manchester United's 8-2 thrashing of Arsenal in the English Premier League.
We take a statistical look at Liverpool's 2-0 win over Arsenal in the English Premier League.