Everton are heading into the final week of the Premier League season with their survival in their own hands. The Toffees have been a mainstay in the league since its inception, having only been relegated once back in 1951. However, they have flirted with relegation in recent seasons and only secured their survival on the penultimate game of last season. Everton need a result on the final day of this campaign to ensure their survival. A draw with Bournemouth would leave them on 34 points, which is the maximum amount Leicester and Leeds can end up on with wins. If Everton finish on the same total as Leicester, their inferior goal difference would mean relegation. If they draw to Bournemouth, they will need Leicester to fail to win away at West Ham. A defeat for Everton means relying on both Leicester and Leeds failing to win.