The last game of a Premier League season can have a unique atmosphere for fans.
Some teams are celebrating winning the title or getting into the Champions League.
Other fans will be cheering having qualified for the Europa League.
For an unlucky few the last match is a tense affair with the threat of relegation looming on the horizon.
Though for many, the final game means nothing.
It's just the last hurrah of a mediocre season, a chance to end the campaign in style in the bank holiday sunshine with the odd beach ball and maybe even fancy dress.
Whatever the last game holds, one thing's for sure - the chances are that it will have more goals than usual match days.
Since the Premier League adopted a 38-game season in 1995-96, 13 of the 19 seasons have seen the last day of the campaign average more goals per game than during the rest of the season.
On average, games up to and including the 37th have averaged 2.6 goals each.
On the final day though, that average goes up to 2.9 per game.
The biggest scoring final day was in the 2012-13 season when a total of 36 goals were scored at a rate of 3.6 per game.
With the rest of that season averaging 2.8 goals per game, it was one of the largest differences at 0.8 per game.
2007-08 also had a 0.8 goal per game difference, with games that season averaging 2.6 per match compared to 3.4 per match on the last day.
Last season though saw the last day of the season average the same number of goals per game as the rest of the campaign - 2.8 per match.