Brighton and Hove Albion are certain to be in the Premier League next season after a draw on Tuesday (AEST), while Everton put a serious dent in Sheffield United’s hopes of playing in Europe.
A 0-0 stalemate with Newcastle United on the south coast means Graham Potter's Brighton are mathematically safe with a game to spare.
The teams combined to produce just four shots on target in a tepid clash that certainly had an end-of-season feel about it, meaning the six Premier League meetings between them have now produced just four goals.
"We are there now, the target is done," Lewis Dunk told Sky Sports.
"It's disappointing we didn't create much, but they didn't create much either. It was not the best game - I think both sides cancelled each other out."
At Bramall Lane, Richarlison scored the only goal less than a minute after the break as Everton recorded their first victory in five outings.
The Brazilian headed in Gylfi Sigurdsson's inviting free-kick and United were unable to respond, the narrow loss meaning they remain eighth in the table ahead of Monday's (AEST) final round of fixtures.
Chris Wilder's Blades could have risen above Wolves into seventh with a home win, but now are relying on other results to help them out in their quest to qualify for the Europa League.