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- Watford need to win big against Arsenal
- Chelsea and Wolves look to book spots in Europe
- Leicester and Man Utd battle for a UCL berth
Arsenal v Watford (10th v 18th)
After victories over Liverpool and Manchester City – arguably Europe’s best two teams at the moment – Arsenal tanked in midweek against Watford’s relegation rivals Aston Villa leaving Watford needing a superior result to Villa in the final round of the season. Arsenal have no motivation to win this game with European qualification relying solely on winning the F.A. Cup final against Chelsea next week.
After such a heavy schedule recently, Arsenal would dearly love to rotate their entire starting XI but should refrain from doing so to protect the integrity of the competition.
Latest Zero Margin Odds*: Arsenal 2.00 Draw 4.11 Arsenal 3.87
Chelsea v Wolverhampton Wanderers (4th v 6th)
Both teams are fully motivated for this match, with Chelsea eager to secure Champions League and Wolves seeking Europa League qualification next season. Each team can guarantee qualifying with a victory yet could still do so by losing given other results.
Wolves are at full strength but are testing the boundaries of fatigue having started the same nine players in 7 of the last 8 matches.
Latest Odds*: Chelsea 1.93 Draw 3.88 Wolves 4.40
Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur (14th v 7th)
Far from a fierce rivalry yet still a London derby with Palace on a hideous run of seven consecutive defeats and Spurs winning 5 of the last 8 and off the back of an impressive 3-0 win over fourth-placed Leicester. Tottenham could be unchanged from the Leicester match while Palace have four regular starters injured and talisman Zaha hopelessly out-of-form.
Latest Odds*: Crystal Palace 6.55 Draw 4.39 Tottenham 1.61
Leicester City v Manchester United (4th v 5th)
During the three month break, Leicester appeared to be nailed on for a top 4 place (UCL qualification) but injuries, form and an unsuccessful formation change means this is a must-win game to achieve Champions League football next season, even with four important players missing.
Manchester United must avoid defeat or win the Europa League next month to be once again amongst the elite of Europe.
Latest Handicap Odds*: Leicester City 3.33 Draw 3.61 Manchester United 2.35
West Ham v Aston Villa (15th v 17th)
Only a few weeks ago, this match was earmarked as a winner-takes-all relegation play-off until West Ham won two consecutive matches against relegation rivals to dig themselves out of trouble.
Villa’s critical midweek win against Arsenal means they are level on points with a +1 superior goal difference to Watford. With safety guaranteed, West Ham have nothing to play for.
Latest Odds*: West Ham 3.24 Draw 3.72 Aston Villa 2.35
Burnley v Brighton (9th v 16th)
Both teams have little to play for but Burnley have been buoyed by Nick Pope's chances of winning the Golden Glove. Pope and Manchester City's Ederson are tied for 15 clean sheets this season and the Clarets are committed to ensuring their goalie has a chance of winning some silverware.
Brighton haven't beaten Burnley in any of their Premier League meetings and that could continue to be the case with Burnley enjoying a seven-game unbeaten streak.
Latest Odds*: Burnley 2.28 Draw 3.44 Brighton 3.00
*Odds subject to change