As things stand: The current state-of-play in the Premier League
With all 10 games in the top flight reaching the halfway stage on the final afternoon of the season we're starting to get a much clearer picture of how things might pan out.
The England international stopper, at one point, looked as though he was assured the prize when the scoreline temporarily flicked up as 1-0 to Norwich City.
However, Manchester City's Ederson was given a lifeline when Onel Hernandez's strike was disallowed for offside.
But, with United's clash away at Leicester City still goalless, there's still plenty of scope for that to change.
Chelsea have climbed into third after Mason Mount and Oliver Giroud netted to give the hosts a 2-0 lead over Wolves at the break at Stamford Bridge.
At the bottom end it's Aston Villa who are clinging on to their Premier League status by the skin of their teeth.
Dean Smith's side are holding West Ham United at the London Stadium and hold a single point advantage over both Watford and AFC Bournemouth.
The Hornets, though, appear to be doomed as they trail Arsenal 3-1 at the Emirates and they look certain to be playing Championship football next season.
The Cherries, on the other hand, have given themselves hope. They lead Everton at Goodison Park as Dominic Solanke restored the away side's lead on the stroke of half-time.
Should Dean Smith's side concede in the capital, it would be they who drop into the bottom three on goal difference.