IT'S the final day of the season in the Premier League on Sunday and while the medals have already been decided and we know who's dropping down to the Championship there's still lots to be decided in terms of the who will be playing in which European competitions next season. KevMac takes a look at the best betting options.
Liverpool v Crystal Palace
LIVERPOOL have somehow managed to drag themselves back into the Champions League places after a dismal title defence and it would be a huge surprise if they failed to finish the job at home to Crystal Palace tomorrow.
Jurgen Klopp’s men are just 2/13 with McBookie for the victory that should keep them above Leicester.
Foxes fans will be suffering a horrible feeling of deja vu with their team set to miss out on the top four on the final day for a second season running.
They trail the Reds by just four goals but it’s hard to see Brendan Rodgers’ men making up that deficit at home to Tottenham.
⚽️ Read SlipsTips' Liverpool v Crystal Palace match preview
Liverpool hit three at Burnley in midweek, bringing up my bet of a win to nil, and should score a few against a Palace side with nothing to play for.
Liverpool crushed the Eagles 7-0 at Selhurst Park earlier this season and Roberto Firmino netted twice that day.
He also scored at Burnley in midweek and is 6/4 at BetVictor for another goal on the final day.
Don’t expect a repeat of that seven-goal show but over 2.5 Reds strikes should come up and is 5/7 with SportNation.
Liverpool are also 21/20 with McBookie to win both havles and that’s another good option.
Leicester City v Tottenham Hotspur
Leicester looked to be suffering from an FA Cup hangover when they lost to Chelsea on Tuesday to drop out of the Champions League places.
They now need to go for it at home to Spurs and hope either Liverpool or the Blues slip up.
Tottenham are also scrapping for a European place so it promises to be an open game.
⚽️ Read SlipsTips' Leicester City v Tottenham Hotspur match preview
Both teams to score is just 1/2 at McBookie and over 2.5 goals 4/7.
Even if you double them in a bet builder it only increases the odds to just under 8/10.
So it’s better to go for the scorer markets with Harry Kane 6/4 at BetVictor for what could be his last goal in a Tottenham shirt.
Man City v Everton
Sergio Aguero is also saying farewell at Manchester City and is 5/4 with the same firm to score against Everton.
Aston Villa v Chelsea
Chelsea aren’t quite home and dry yet for their top-four place, leading Liverpool and Leicester by just a point.
Thomas Tuchel’s men also have a tough game to finish away at Aston Villa.
⚽️ Read Tolu's Aston Villa v Chelsea match preview
But they have been experts at grinding out results and a Chelsea win doubled with under 3.5 goals pays 114/100 in a McBookie bet builder.
West Ham v Southampton
West Ham should seal their European slot at home to Southampton and David Moyes’ men are a best 7/9 with SBK. That’s not great value so I’m going to double it with a win for Arsenal at home to Brighton (11/17). That bet pays 194/100.
- Liverpool to be leading after 30 minutes (20/21, BoyleSports)
- Chelsea win and under 3.5 goals (114/100, McBookie)
- Harry Kane and Sergio Aguero to score (463/100, BetVictor)