IT really is a Super Sunday in the Premiership with all 10 games tomorrow kicking off at 3pm.
Most are meaningless though but Liverpool still need a point to pip Chelsea for fourth place and they should get at least that at home to Brighton.
Liverpool should have sewn up their spot weeks ago but have become distracted by their run to the Champions League Final.
If they beat Real Madrid they'd qualify as holders but Jurgen Klopp will want fourth ties up as insurance policy.
Mo Salah is on a mini drought – three games without a goal. It's time he started firing again so back him to score first at 41-20 with Marathonbet.
Chelsea should win at Newcastle just in case Liverpool slip up and are 8-13 at Betway against a side who have lost back to back against Watford and West Brom.
Spurs sealed their place in midweek but will want to stay third and are 1-3 generally to beat Leicester. Harry Kane struck the only goal against Newcastle in midweek and is 11-5 at bet365 to break the deadlock again.
Arsenal Wenger will leave a legacy at Arsenal but will hope fans don't remember him for securing no away points in 2018.
A midweek defeat at Leicester means Wenger approaches his last match on a run of seven successive league defeats on the road.
It's a streak he'd love to stop but his men face a buoyant Huddersfield who have battled to safety with draws at Man City and then Chelsea.
And at the other end Swansea's fate was just about sealed when they lost to Southampton and Huddersfield edged to safety by drawing at Chelsea.
That leaves the Swans, who have lost four in a row to nil, needing to beat Stoke and hope Man City rack up a massive win at Southampton.
There needs to be a 10-goal swing but City will be in party mode and the Swans aren't guaranteed to beat already relegated Stoke with manager Carlos Carvalhal being told his contract won't be extended.
Swansea are no bigger than 3-4 with Coral while Stoke are as big as 9-2 with William Hill and if Paul Lambert's men play for pride they could edge this.
Other games mean little but I can see Burnley edging out Bournemouth and Crystal Palace beating West Brom who have fought hard for weeks under Darren Moore but now have nothing to aim at.
- Salah to score first
- Kane to score first
- Huddersfield v Arsenal btts
- Crystal Palace