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It’s still party time in Leicester

It's coronation day in the Premier League.

Leicester City will receive the trophy and more love from football lovers around the world, while Jamie Vardy's lookalike could get the chance to steal the show.

Lee Chapman looks like he's from the same womb — surely he can play the striker's stunt double in the touted movie.

It does beg the question who's going to play the spine of this title-winning team.

Dolph Lundgren as Robert Huth and Jason Statham spring to mind. And I reckon De Niro could pull off an impressive Ranieri.

If all this adulation isn't enough, City could also put Roberto Martinez out of job.

The more I listen to the Spaniard the more deluded he seems to become. Amazing how his and Ranieri's reputations have changed.

Tomorrow's games
11am kick off unless stated
Norwich City v Man United
8.45am

United still have designs on fourth spot, which is a nightmare scenario for City. Norwich look most likely to join Aston Villa in the Championship and will struggle for anything here.

Prediction: 0-2

Aston Villa v Newcastle United

A dream fixture for Rafa Benitez at this stage of the season. Villa have only pride to play for and that's not been seen at Villa Park for a good 12 months now. A Toon triumph.

Prediction: 1-2

Bournemouth v West Brom

A dead fixture in truth, which represents a huge success for both clubs. Survival secured, how about some goals!

Prediction: 2-2

Crystal Palace v Stoke City

Palace are without a win in four, Stoke without a win in five. Has all the makings of a drab draw in South London.

Prediction: 0-0

Sunderland v Chelsea

Interesting to see if Chelsea can rouse themselves for this one as much as they did for the niggly clash against Tottenham when everyone was up for a scrap.

Sunderland will hope not because they need some points. They'll get at least one here.

Prediction: 1-1

West Ham v Swansea City

Countdown is on to when West Ham leave Upton Park. They've had a wonderful season and continue to impress.

Prediction: 3-1

Leicester City v Everton

1.30pm

PARTY TIME!!! Will the champions win? Who cares? Half the team are still celebrating in Vardy's kitchen.

Prediction: 1-1

Sunday's games
Tottenham v Southampton
9.30am

Tottenham have been superb this season, faltering only at the very last. Motivation may be a problem here, but they will want to cement second place.

Prediction: 2-1

Liverpool v Watford
Noon

Liverpool's season has been extended to the Europa League final against Sevilla so players may be rested against Watford. That said, Jürgen Klopp will want revenge for the humiliating defeat at Vicarage Road earlier in the season.

Prediction: 2-1

Manchester City v Arsenal
Noon

Two seasons that promised so much yet delivered relatively little. Now both are sweating over Champions League football.

Prediction: 1-0

Just champion: Wes Morgan, the Leicester captain, celebrates scoring his side's equaliser at Old Trafford (Photograph by Martin Rickett/PA/AP)

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Published May 06, 2016 at 9:00 am (Updated May 06, 2016 at 8:09 am)

It’s still party time in Leicester

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