THE Premier League has treated us to some memorable final days and this season should get a fitting send off tomorrow.
While the title was sealed weeks ago, every other issue remains live heading into tomorrow’s grand finale and we’ll start with the battle at the bottom.
Arsenal v Watford
Watford’s crazy decision to bin Nigel Pearson with two games to go looks to have backfired after they dropped into the bottom three in midweek.
They are only a goal behind Aston Villa but face a tough final match away to Arsenal and I’m on the Gunners to win at 19/20 with BetVictor.
Mikel Arteta’s men have an FA Cup Final next weekend so I can’t see their players slacking off as they bid to secure a jersey for Wembley.
Arsenal have scored in the first half of every home game since coming out of lockdown so try backing them to be winning at half-time and full-time which is 9/4 with BetVictor.
West Ham v Aston Villa
Villa have taken seven points from their last three games and will bid to finish the great escape away to West Ham.
I can see this one being tense as a point might be enough for Dean Smith’s side. The last seven meetings between the sides have all produced under 2.5 goals and that pays 13/10 with BetVictor here.
West Ham’s Michail Antonio boasts eight goals from his last six games and looks overpriced at 2/1 with Paddy Power for anytime scorer.
Everton v Bournemouth
Bournemouth can still survive with a win at Everton if both Watford and Villa crash to defeats but are 1/25 favourites with Bet365 to be relegated.
Leicester City v Manchester United
At the other end of the table, the standout clash is Manchester United’s trip to Leicester with a Champions League place on the line.
A draw would be enough for United to pip Leicester, who looked dead certs for a place at Europe’s top table before a horror slump after lockdown.
Bruno Fernandes has been poor in his last two games but is still a class act and takes United’s penalties. So try him for anytime scorer at 23/10 with Bet365.
Chelsea v Wolves
Chelsea need just a point at home to Wolves to secure their Champions League slot but the Molineux men have to win to secure a Europa League place.
Crystal Palace v Spurs
Spurs travel to Crystal Palace and can jump above Wolves if they slip up at Stamford Bridge. Jose Mourinho is the master of grinding out a win so I’m backing under 2.5 goals at 21/20 with BetVictor.
- West Ham v Aston Villa – Under 2.5 goals (13/10, BetVictor)
- Chelsea v Wolves
- Leicester v Manchester United
- 189/100 Paddy Power
- 5/1 Paddy Power