There are three games to enjoy this penultimate Sunday of the Premier League season.
The champions Manchester City start the ball rolling, with this home match seeing their coronation. They will be keen to put on a show for the adoring faithful, and the Huddersfield team is the unlucky one cast as the sacrificial lamb.
Maybe the City players will take their feet off the pedal with the league won, but manager Pep Guardiola has been keen to talk about records being broken.
We think City will win in style, and expect Gabriel Jesus to lead the line with at least a brace of goals.
The next televised game sees Chelsea host Champions League finalist Liverpool.
This game is all about the race for qualification for next season’s Champions League. Liverpool have done wonders in reaching this season’s final in Kiev, but the exertion in doing so has seen their league form dip off recently.
Chelsea have sensed a chance and have performed well off late, winning their last four matches. Liverpool have won their last two matches at Stamford Bridge, but a third in a row is unlikely in their tired state.
We think that Olivier Giroud will cause problems for the Reds with his aerial presence as Chelsea look for width and crosses, and look for him to score.
The third game is the last at home for legendary Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger.
It has been a difficult season for the home side, culminating in defeat midweek in the semifinal if the Europa League.
That said, the majority of the crowd at the Emirates will want to thank Wenger for his loyal service over a number of years. Victory over Burnley seems the bare minimum the players should offer.
We look for them to do so, with German star Mesut Ozil responding to midweek criticism with a goal.
Man City/Huddersfield: Jesus to score a brace, 1 pt, at 3/1, BetFred
Chelsea/Liverpool: Giroud to score at anytime, 1 pt, at 21/10, Paddy Power
Arsenal/Burnley: Ozil to score at anytime, 1 pt, at 11/4, Paddy Power
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