Bournemouth are still in it, just, but avoiding relegation on the final day of the Premier League season would be one of the great escapes for Eddie Howe’s side.
The Cherries travel to Everton looking to win and hope Arsenal, against Watford, and West Ham, against Aston Villa, can do them a favour.
With the same goal difference as Watford and only one inferior to Aston Villa, Bournemouth know that their route to survival is simplified to just winning and hoping results go their way elsewhere.
Should they not succeed, then it will bring a five-year spell in the top flight for the Cherries.
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The match will begin at 4pm on Sunday 26 July at Goodison Park.
How can I watch it online and on TV?
The match will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Golf – yes, really, despite the channel’s name, Sky Sports have simply run out of channels to put all the games on. Coverage starts at 3pm.
If you’re not a Sky customer you can grab a NOWTV Day Pass here to watch without a subscription.
What is the team news?
Yerry Mina (thigh), Jean-Philippe Gbamin (knee), Fabian Delph (muscle) and Mason Holgate (shin) are all out, so it’s a chance for youngster Jarrad Branthwaite to gain some valuable experience. Moise Kean “can start” after overcoming a knock.
Nathan Ake (groin) is a doubt but will be assessed before kick-off. Adam Smith (concussion) is primed to return.
Everton XI: Pickford, Sidibe, Keane, Branthwaite, Digne, Gomes, Davies, Walcott, Sigurdsson, Richarlison, Kean
Bournemouth XI: Ramsdale, Stacey, Cook, Kelly, Rico, Brooks, Lerma, Billing, Stanislas, Wilson C., King
Bournemouth simply have to believe they can still survive, but that belief may also hinder them, eventually, from grabbing three points on the way back to the Championship. With Eddie Howe’s side looking to win the game, it’s hard to see the Cherries coming out super fast and risking much until news filters through about how Aston Villa and Watford are getting on. While both of their relegation rivals could lose, it feels probable that one won’t and once it becomes clear that survival is not possible anymore, I can see this game fizzling out with the sides level. 1-1