THERE will be no Super Sunday in the Premier League – it's just an ordinary day with no Great Escapes planned.
Sunderland, Hull and Middlesbrough have already taken the plunge and Chelsea wrapped up the title without a fuss.
All that's to be settled is the final two Champions League places – and it's really one as Liverpool will beat Boro at home to claim third or fourth.
Man City will join them in the elite tournament if they beat Watford away so Arsenal need to take care of Everton at home and pray for a miracle.
Liverpool are just 1-6 so consider the Reds -1 on accas at 4-11 with sportingbet. You could double that with City to win at 2-5 against a Watford side who have lost five in a row and now their manager.
Arsenal have won five on the spin to stay in the hunt and are 1-2 across the board to topple the Toffees who do most of their best work at Goodison.
Alexis Sanchez hit a double against Sunderland in midweek so back him to score first again at 9-2 with Paddy Power.
Elsewhere in the Premier League I'd consider goals as opposed to WDW and while Crystal Palace tempt at a Man Utd side focused on the Europa League Final they are 2-1 instead of 7-1 or 8-1.
Leicester v Bournemouth, Hull v Spurs and Swansea v West Brom should go over 2.5 goals and after his four-show at Leicester in midweek back the Premier League's top scorer Harry Kane to score first at 7-2 with Betway.
Betway go 8-11 for there to be over 30.5 goals on the last day of season – last year’s final-day fixtures produced 35 goal.
Champions Chelsea finish at home to basement boys Sunderland and fans gathered to see the title presentation will want goals galore.
John Terry is 2-1 with Betway to cry at any time as he prepares to make his last appearance in a Chelsea shirt. He’s 1-10 to make a speech with the Blues lifting the Premier League trophy.
Bets to Consider
Liverpool -1/Man City win
Sanchez to score first
Leicester v Bournemouth over 2.5 goals
Hull v Spurs over 2.5 goals
Kane to score first