WHEN Leicester won the Premier League at 5000-1 it was a huge shock but Sheffield United making the Champion League would be a bigger one.
Two places are filled for sure – Liverpool and Leicester – but there's a massive scramble for the other two and that will be three if Man City lose their ban appeal.
The Blades, tipped for relegation at the start of the season, are just two points off fourth while seven points separates fourth-placed Chelsea from Burnley in 11th.
If Chris Wilder's men are serious about joining the elite next season games like Brighton at home have to be won.
Under 2.5 Goals in 8 out of 10
United have won three in a row while a run of one win in 12 has left the Seagulls just three points clear of second bottom.
This should be a home win at evens with Betway and add under 2,5 goals – that's landed in eight out of 10 at Brammall Lane – takes it to 14-5 with Coral.
Blues denied by VAR
They have won three and drawn one of their last four and face a Bournemouth side that's lost seven out of eight away. Take Burnley at 23-20 with bet365.
The big games are early and late – Chelsea v Spurs at 12.30pm and Leicester v Man City at 5.30pm.
VAR and the woodwork denied the Blues against Man United in midweek but Frank Lampard's men could bounce back against a side that lost 1-0 to Leipzig in the Champions League.
Jose Mourinho's men will again be without Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son and that could give Chelsea the edge although they are a little short at 3-4 with Unibet.
Goals at both ends
Later it's third v second but not as exciting as it should with both left trailing Liverpool by miles.
Leicester's form has dipped a bit while you have to question Man City's resolve after their UEFA punishment.
There should be goals at both ends and that pays just 1-2 with Coral.
Twenty-three goals in Villa's six games
I also like goals at Southampton with Aston Villa's last nine bringing up this market. Take that at 4-6 with Ladbrokes or go overs with Villa's last six producing 23 goals.
Crystal Palace v Newcastle is tough to call but Newcastle draw no bet tempts at 9-4 with Steve Bruce's side making it tough for most opposition.
Liverpool are not in action until Monday against a West Ham side that lost 2-0 at Man City in weekend. It should be a comfortable win for the champions-elect and I'm on Liverpool and under 3.5 goals at 11-8 with boylesport.
In the Championship I like Brentford in the early game at home to Blackburn while Nottm Forest look good at 11-10 with Coral at home to QPR.
Best bets in League One are Sunderland, nine wins in 11, at home to Bristol Rovers and MK Dons at home to basement boys Bolton.