It’s now or never!
The final day of the Premier League looks to have the perfect script writers.
Can Stevie G help Liverpool keep their quadruple dream alive? Who will qualify for the Champions League? Who will beat the drop? And most importantly, can we land our second treble of the season?!
Let’s find out!
(Prices can fluctuate between time of writing and game time, dependant on market activity)
Brighton vs West Ham United
Our first pick comes from the Amex, as Brighton host West Ham.
The Hammers could potentially secure a Europa League place here with a win, providing Manchester United don’t beat Crystal Palace.
Brighton don’t have a great deal to play for apart from securing a top-half finish.
The Seagulls are arguably in the better form too, with 2 wins and 2 draws in their last four games.
However, we think the incentive lies with West Ham here, and the performance in the 2-2 draw against Manchester City was encouraging.
Hammers win at 19/10.
Liverpool vs Wolves
Our next pick comes from Anfield, as quadruple-chasing Liverpool take on Wolves.
Can the impossible dream happen? Manchester City are in pole position, but stranger things have happened. Especially, with this being the 10th season since ‘Aguerooooo’…
Liverpool’s record at Anfield has been immaculate basically since Jurgen Klopp took charge, it feels like.
Wolves are limping towards the finish line, which will be a disappointment given how brightly they started the season.
Hard to see anything but a Liverpool win here, at 1/6.
Norwich City vs Spurs
Our final pick comes from Carrow Road, where Norwich will face Spurs.
Spurs need a draw here to basically secure Champions League football for next season. If Arsenal beat Everton and Spurs draw here, they’ll be level on points but Spurs have the superior goal difference.
Norwich have already been confirmed as relegated, which means they’re playing for pride at this point.
Spurs have won three of their last five, and won’t want to miss an opportunity to secure their place in Europe’s premier competition, especially at the expense of their North London rivals.
Spurs win at 2/9.
West Ham to beat Brighton
Liverpool to beat Wolves
Spurs to beat Norwich