Brighton 0-3 Man City
3 points. 3 points is all City need to secure their 4thPremier League title and they’ve got what seems a straightforward task to do so.
Brighton have nothing to play for after Cardiff failing to get points in recent fixtures so they’ve secured their Premier League safety and will more than likely crumble to the unstoppable force that is City’s attack.
A fully fit squad with exception of Fernandinho and Kevin De Bruyne is the recipe for a Brighton walloping, City to win without any issues, congratulations on the title.
Liverpool 3-0 Wolves
In the most highly competed PL season in history, Liverpool require a win to stand any chance of winning the league. Firmino will miss the match but Salah and Robertson have a chance of rejoining the squad after knocks,
Wolves have a fully fit side and are prone to a giant killing this season. Liverpool have a bit too much about them, especially after their unimaginable comeback against Barcelona and Wolves have already guaranteed a 7thplace finish, the pressure will not get to the Scousers.
Burnley 1-2 Arsenal
Arsenal’s away form has been nothing to write home about this season but after Thursday’s away win in Valencia to secure a Europa League final spot, there’s a chance the form may turn around in the final days of their season.
In addition, Arsenal have won 10 of the last 11 meetings between the sides and Aubameyang and Lacazette are currently scary to play against. Chris Wood has been excellent in the second half of the season but has scored 60% of his goals away from home. Gunners to win here folks.
Crystal Palace 2-2 Bournemouth
The battle of 12thand 13th, whoever wins will finish 12th. There’s not much to play for, for either side but Callum Wilson and Wilfried Zaha have really picked up their form of late.
Callum Wilson has had a hand in 26 of Bournemouth’s 53 PL goals this season with Fraser assisting a total of 14, one behind Eden Hazard on the assist chart. Palace have scored 6 in their last 3 PL games but have scored the 2ndleast home goals this season so Bournemouth could spring a surprise.
Fulham 1-1 Newcastle
Solomon Rondon and Ayoze Perez are enjoying their most successful PL season’s in their careers, both hitting double digits for goals scored and they’re opposing already relegated Fulham.
Fulham picked up 42% of their total PL wins last month and seem slightly reinvigorated by the appointment of Scott Parker. Ryan Babel has proved to be an excellent signing and has scored a few vital goals since his arrival in January, watch out for those three players, at least one will be on the score sheet.
Leicester 2-1 Chelsea
Chelsea’s win Thursday night saw them make the Europa League final but had to play the full 120 minutes to do so. The squad looked slightly leggy coming into the second half and this could be a real test for a side that’s already secured a Champions League spot for next season.
Leicester have been in serious form with Youri Tielemans having major goal contribution alongside Jamie Vardy who is two goals away from hitting 20+ for a third season in the last four years. A weary Chelsea are very vulnerable here.
Man United 2-0 Cardiff
United are unbeaten in all home games against teams outside of the top 6 this season but have only picked up 2 wins in their last 11 games.
Fortunately for the Red Devils, Cardiff are playing simply for pride after being relegated last week and have had a torrid time away from home picking up 11 points from a possible 54 with only 11 goals scored too. United really should come away victors here but then again, they dropped points vs Huddersfield.
Southampton 3-0 Huddersfield
Huddersfield have been doomed to the Championship for some time now and have conceded 15 in their last 4 away PL games. Weirdly, they have scored more goals away from
The John Smith’s Stadium this season but that really won’t have much effect on the result today. Southampton have averaged 1.87 goals scored a game across their last 8 home fixtures and Danny Ings has scored more PL goals against the Terriers than any other club. A walk in the park to end the Saints season.
Tottenham 1-0 Everton
Tottenham fans probably still haven’t caught their breath after the biggest game in their history Wednesday night where they came from a seemingly impossible situation to qualify for the Champions League final for the first time in their history.
Tottenham haven’t lost at home to Everton for 11 years, but Everton have been eye catching of late. Unfortunately for the Toffees they’ll be without Richarlison and Dominic Calvert-Lewin through injury, but Spurs will also be without Son, Kane, Vertonghen, Sanchez and Foyth. This is bound to be cagey with such weakened sides.
Watford 1-1 West Ham
Watford have already secured their highest ever PL finish but avoiding defeat today will make this the first season in their history they’ve finished in the top 10.
West Ham sit in 11thand a win today would see them leapfrog Watford into the top half and that could be possible with Marko Arnautovic recently seeing his name back on the scoresheet. Watford have been notoriously awkward to visit this season and West Ham may struggle with exception of an Arnautovic masterclass.
This season has been one of the highest quality ones we’ve seen in English football history and next season will be just as intense. If you’re after an accumulator to end the season on, look no further.
Arsenal win v Burnley 6/5, Southampton -1 Handicap vs Huddersfield 21/20, Crystal Palace v Bournemouth BTTS 8/15, Leicester v Chelsea BTTS 4/7.
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