There’s only two matchdays left of this crazy season where Liverpool could lose one game and not win the title.
We’ve also got the climax of the battle for the top four – that surely can’t continue at this recent snail’s pace.
While the final relegation spot looks set to go down to the wire with Cardiff City hosting Crystal Palace in the first of the day’s evening fixtures.
But we start at the Vitality Stadium as Bournemouth take on Tottenham Hotspur.
AFC Bournemouth v Tottenham Hotspur (12:30pm, Sky Sports Premier League/ Sky One)
Spurs will hope a trip to the South Coast can bring them a vital away win after four league away defeats on the bounce in all competitions.
We go 20/23 for the Lilywhites to win and consolidate third-place. Son Heung-Min will be available after suspension in the midweek loss to Ajax in the Champions League.
It’s 23/20 that Son bags anytime and 11/2 that he nets 2 or more goals.
Bournemouth have scored eight goals in their last three matches, so you could check out Over 3.5 goals in the game at 29/20. The Cherries on the Double Chance with a Draw are 10/11.
West Ham v Southampton
Six points from their remaining two games could see West Ham make the top ten. A Hammers win at 5/4 would be the perfect start in their final home game of the season.
Southampton picked up the point they needed to avoid the drop last weekend. So that could see them play with a freedom we haven’t seen for most of the season.
We go West Ham to win with both teams to score at 13/5. Michail Antonio to notch is 2/1, James Ward-Prowse to continue his fine goal-scoring form is also 13/5 anytime.
Wolves v Fulham
These two promoted teams have had very differing seasons. Fulham will be returning to the Championship, while Wolves could be set for the Europa League next season.
However, this isn’t as straight-forward as it seems as Fulham have won three on the bounce.
Diogo Jota has been a revelation this season, you can get 7/4 for Jota to hit the net in a Wolves win.
Cardiff City v Crystal Palace (5.30pm, BT Sport 1)
This is a must win for Cardiff City. Lose and relegation back to the second-tier will be confirmed.
Neil Warnock could throw caution to the wind, especially at home and we go 8/5 for a Bluebirds win.
You could have a gander at Cardiff midfielder Victor Camarasa to open the scoring at 6/1.
Newcastle United v Liverpool (7.45pm, Sky Sports Premier League)
It all ends with a big game at St. James’ Park. Liverpool must keep winning and pile the pressure on Manchester City in this epic title race.
Jurgen Klopp’s men to win their eighth league game in a row is 1/3. Goal difference could be a big factor on the final day, so you can find Liverpool to win with Over 3.5 goals in the game at 11/5.
The Toon have a trump card though. In the opposing dugout is former Liverpool gaffer Rafael Benitez. It would be ironic if a Newcastle win at 17/2, finally ends the Reds’ title bid.
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