SWANSEA have given themselves a great chance of avoiding the drop and must succeed where Hull failed last weekend.
There was a huge turnaround in the drop battle as Hull crashed at home to relegated Sunderland and the Swans edged out Everton.
Only one point separates the sides but the Welsh finish at relegated Sunderland and home to West Brom – two winnable matches.
By contrast Hill visit Crystal Palace who could still be dragged into the equation and go to Spurs on the final day.
So it’s all in Swansea’s hands and I don’t expect them to slip up at the Stadium of Light where they are a best 19-20 at betfair.
Sunderland shocked Hull away last week but the atmosphere at home has been toxic and they have the worst record in the division with three wins and five draws. In such circumstances under 2.5 goals looks on at 21-20 with betfair.
If Swansea win they’ll pile the pressure on Hull who couldn’t handle the occasion last week.
Sam Allardyce knows exactly how these occasions work and while Palace need just one point to be safe I reckon they’ll take all three at 11-10 with bet365.
At the other end of the table there are still two top-four slots up for grab with Liverpool and Man City struggling to hold on to their advantage.
City face a Leicester side who have stormed up the table under Craig Shakespeare and it won’t be easy. I fancy the home men to edge but 2-7 is a short price so look at both to score at 4-5 with Stan James especially as the Foxes could be without centre-halves Wes Morgan and Robert Huth.
In the evening kick-off Arsenal face their nemesis Stoke. The Gunners have won just one in eight visits to the Britannia but face a side with nothing to play for.
Back-to-back wins against Man United and Southampton have revived Arsene Wenger’s hopes of a top-four finish and I fancy them to nick the points although 3-4 at bet365 isn’t that attractive.
Today’s final Premier League game sees two sides happy to be safe – Bournemouth and Burnley – meet on the south coast. Difficult to pick a winner but there should be goals so consider over 2.5 at 4-5 with McBookie.
The Championship play-offs start with Fulham v Reading and you have to fancy the home men at 13-20 with BetVictor.
Fulham won 5-0 at Craven Cottage in December and have netted 11 in their last three at home to the Royals.
The last four meetings at the Cottage have totalled 20 goals and Fulham’s previous six have produced 22 goals with both scoring in all of the. Over 2.5 match goals and both to score pays 21-20 at Coral.
Bets to Consider
Llorente to score first
Man City v Leicester btts
Bournemouth v Burnley over 2.5 goals
Fulham v Reading over 2.5 goals & btts
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