Kelly Somers, Sam Matterface and Steve Freeth discuss the current relegation picture in the Premier League ahead of the final three rounds of fixtures.
A crazy Bank Holiday Monday provided us with another twist in one of the most intriguing relegation battles in Premier League history, as a staggering 21 goals were scored in three key games at the foot of the table.
Sean Dyche's Everton came away from the Amex Stadium with a shock 5-1 win against high-flying Brighton, while Nottm Forest boosted their own survival bid with a 4-3 victory at home to bottom side Southampton.
However, it was a different story for Leicester City, as they were booed off at half-time in their 5-3 loss at Fulham. The result leaves the Foxes with it all to do ahead of fixtures against top-four chasing Liverpool and Newcastle, before a pivotal home game against West Ham on the final day.
The victories for Nottm Forest and Everton mean that Sam Allardyce is now facing an ever-bigger task as he attempts to keep Leeds United in the Premier League.
Defeat at Man City was expected, but they now face Newcastle at home and a trip to West Ham before a final-day fixture against Tottenham at Elland Road.
With both Leicester and Leeds two points adrift, will we see further twists in the relegation tale? Watch the video above to get the thoughts of Sam, Kelly and Steve.