Everton will be looking to avoid a nail-biting final day of the Premier League season as the relegation-threatened Toffees know a win against Crystal Palace on Thursday night will see them safe (Everton 10/11, draw 13/5, Crystal Palace 7/2 – Match Betting).

The Merseysiders blew their lines in a 3-2 defeat to Brentford last time out but Frank Lampard’s side still have their destiny in their own hands ahead of the clash at Goodison Park against the Eagles.

Everton (13/2 to be relegated) are set to be boosted by the returns of defenders Michael Keane and Ben Godfrey from illness and injury respectively, while midfielder Donny van de Beek is also in contention after a lengthy spell on the sidelines.

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With Michael Olise, James McArthur, Nathan Ferguson and James Tomkins all still out on the sidelines, manager Patrick Vieira is likely to go with the same Palace squad that drew with Aston Villa last time out.

Elsewhere, relegation contenders Burnley are also in action on Thursday as they make the trip to Aston Villa (Aston Villa 6/5, draw 12/5, Burnley 13/5 – Match Betting).

A draw for Leeds United against Brighton and a defeat for Burnley (13/8 to be relegated) against Tottenham meant the Clarets dropped back into the bottom three on Sunday.

Burnley’s superior goal difference to Leeds means a draw at Villa Park would be enough to take them out of the bottom three ahead of their home clash with Newcastle on Sunday.

Defenders James Tarkowski and Ben Mee both face a race against time to be fit for the trip to the west Midlands, while Jay Rodriguez, Dale Stephens and Johann Berg Gudmundsson are also not guaranteed to feature.

Ezri Konsa’s season is over for Villa due to injury and manager Steven Gerrard is likely to look to Calum Chambers for cover.

Thursday night also sees Chelsea in action as they look to secure third place in the Premier League table when they host Leicester City (Chelsea 2/5, draw 4/1, Leicester 7/1 – Match Betting).

Andreas Christensen, Kai Havertz and Mateo Kovacic are all doubts for the arrival of the Foxes, who themselves could be without the pair of Youri Tielemans and Ricardo Pereira.

A point would be enough to see Chelsea earn third, while Leicester can look to leapfrog Wolves into eighth place.

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