It's going to be a day of celebration at Stamford Bridge, at title-holders Chelsea take on newly-safe Chelsea. Opta brings you the vital statistics.
"If Chelsea avoid defeat they will set a new record for fewest defeats in all competitions in the Premier League era (they have lost four so far)."
The Chelsea half-time/full-time double result is 1.991/1.
If Chelsea fail to win they will be only the second champions in the last 12 seasons to end with fewer than 86 points (Man Utd 2010/11, 80). You can lay Chelsea at 1.374/11.
Diego Costa needs one more goal to become the fourth player to score 20 Premier League goals in a single season for Chelsea (+ Drogba twice, Hasselbaink twice & Lampard). Costa is 1.758/11 to score.
Chelsea have not lost successive Premier League games under Jose Mourinho since May 2006 when they were also in the position of having won the league already. Sunderland are 11.521/2 to win.
Mourinho has won only four of his last 10 Premier League games against Newcastle and Sunderland. The draw is 5.59/2.
Sunderland have won only one of their 13 final day games in Premier League history. Chelsea are 1.364/11 to win.
That one final day win did come in London (away at West Ham in 2011). The draw half-time/Sunderland full-time is 21.020/1.
Chelsea have ended the Premier League campaign with a 2-1 win in each of the past three seasons. Another 2-1 victory is 9.617/2.
If John Terry plays the full game he'll be only the second outfield player to play every minute of every game in a PL season and win the league (after Gary Pallister in 1992-93). Terry is 5.59/2 to score.
If Chelsea avoid defeat they will set a new record for fewest defeats in all competitions in the Premier League era (they have lost four so far). The Chelsea half-time/full-time double result is 1.991/1.
Chelsea have 70 goals this season. The average number of goals for the champions in the 20-team PL era (1996 onwards) is 81. Over 2.5 goals is 1.715/7.