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Man City have been winning at both half time and full time in their last 3 matches
In one of only three games that have some meaning on the final day of the season, Pep will be looking to cement a place in the Champions League next season. It has been an underwhelming year for the Spaniard. He come to England with huge expectations, and after a blistering start to the season it looked like he may run away with the league. Things didn’t work out that way though, and his team started to face a few defensive difficulties which, ultimately, have held them back.
City have no fresh injury concerns and are likely to change the line up too much. The only question mark is whether Zabaleta starts the game, which would be his last match for Manchester City.
Zabaleta isn’t the only man to be saying goodbye to his club this weekend. Italian manager Walter Mazzarri hasn’t done the worst job all things considered. But it was announced during the week that he will departing at the end of the season. It’s unlikely that this will have a very good effect on the moral at Watford this weekend, and they face an uphill task against a motivated City side. Plus, Watford have huge injury concerns this weekend. Prodl was red carded against Chelsea, Britos and Kabesele are doubts, while Kaboul and Cathcart are still sidelined.
Suggested bet: Man City HT/FT @ 3/4 (BetVictor)
Liverpool are undefeated in 24 of their last 26 home matches
It has been quite an underwhelming season for Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp. After a great opening to the season, it looked likely that they would be challenging for the title. Coutinho, Mane, Firmino & Lallana were devastating in attack.
However, at the turn of the new year, the clock struck 12 and Liverpool turned back into a pumpkin. Luckily, Klopp managed to turn their form around enough that a win on Sunday will see them finish in the top 4.
While they are winless in their last 3 at home, they are playing a Middlesbrough side that are already relegated and have little to play for.
Jordan Henderson has an outside chance of playing but is likely to watch from the bench. With Firmino a doubt, Sturridge and Origi are set to keep their places.
It has been a miserable season for Middlesbrough. While they have been solid in defence, they just couldn’t score any goals.
Gaston Ramirez, Victor Valdes, Daniel Ayala and Adlene Guedioura are doubts for the visit to Anfield. But after scoring in his last match, Patrick Bamford is expected to start.
Suggested bet: Liverpool -2 @ 11/10 (Paddy Power)
Tottenham have won 11 of their last 12 matches
Tottenham showed no signs of switching off against Leicester, despite having already secured second place. Last season, Pochettino’s men capitulated in the final games of the season.
In one of the most surprising results in Premier League history, last season relegated Newcastle beat Tottenham 5 -1 on the last day of the season.
Now Tottenham face a Hull City side who are set to play in the Championship next season, but following Tottenhams 6-1 victory over Leicester, the outcome is expected to be different.
Star striker Harry Kane bagged 4 goals as he marches towards a consecutive golden boot. He is now two ahead of Romelu Lukaku.
Tottenham have both Trippier and Walker out at right back, so Pochettino may shuffle the pack. Erik Lamela, Winks, Carter-Vickers and Rose are definitely out.
In one of the surprises of the season, Marco Silva really turned around Hulls fortunes and gave them a chance of staying up. He made the KC stadium a fortress, but unfortunately he was unable to turn around their away form.
Hull have a long list of injuries, with Odubajo, Keane, Mason, Meyler, Markovic and Hernandez injured. Elabdellaoui and Maguire are also doubts. Michael Dawson and Curtis Davies are expected to start in the centre of defence.
Suggested bet: Tottenham 3 goals or more @ 13/8 (Sky Bet)
Arsenal have been drawing at half time and winning at full time in their last 4 home matches
The jeers have been ringing out around the Emirates recently. Against Sunderland, the team weren’t even lucky enough to get that, as many of the fans failed to even turn up.
It has been a mixed campaign for Arsene Wenger, but they have an outside chance of a top 4 finish, and an FA Cup final to look forward to.
Arsenal need a win, and to hope that Liverpool drop points against relegated Middlesbrough. It’s not likely, but stranger things have happened.
Wenger will welcome back Koscielny to his defence. But Oxlade-Chamberlain will not be fit enough to make it. Aaron Ramsey should recover from his knock against Sunderland, though.
Everton travel to Arsenal with nothing to play for except pride and Romelu Lukaku’s attempt to win the golden boot. To make matters worse, the Toffee’s have only picked up 3 points on their last 6 games on the road.
Koeman is expected to keep the same side that beat Watford, although Stekelenburg and McCarthy have outside chances of returning for the match.
Suggested bet: HT/FT Draw/Arsenal @ 10/3 (William Hill)
Man Utd are undefeated in their last 16 home matches
With 6th place confirmed, Jose Mourinho is expected to start a dramatically different line up against Crystal Palace on Sunday. United play Ajax in the Europa League final just 3 days later.
The Premier League campaign has been disappointing for Mourinho’s men. They have failed to win enough games at home, with many of their players failing to score enough goals.
It’s very hard to predict what the line up will be for them, but several youngsters are expected to figure, with a few players being handed their debut.
Palace boss Sam Allardyce has picked up some big results against the top sides this year and will be looking forward to this opportunity. It’s not often that his sides go to Old Trafford and have a realistic chance of getting a result.
Only Andros Townsend and Yohan Cabaye are concerns and it is unsure whether they will make it back in time.
Suggested bet: Crystal Palace win @ 21/10 (Unibet)
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