It’s the last day of this elongated Premier League season, and there are 10 games all being played at the same time.
First up, the key game to determine the Champions League representation sees Leicester hosting Manchester United at the King Power stadium.
United were disappointing in the midweek draw at home with West Ham, but should be able to rouse themselves for one last push. They have done well to get themselves in this position since the restart, and couldn’t have asked for a better time to face Leicester.
Marcus Rashford has looked sharp of late, scoring in two of the last three games, and we’ll take him to score again today.
Also of importance is the clash between Chelsea and Wolves at Stamford Bridge.
The Blues need one point from today’s game to cement their play in the prestigious Champions League next season, and will be smarting from their defeat at Anfield on Thursday.
One player that really shone midweek was Christian Pulisic, who appeared as a late substitute, scored one, set up another and nearly sparked a late comeback. We think he will start today, and will take a punt that he scores.
Manchester City’s clash with Norwich carries less significance, City will be second and Norwich are relegated, but it does mark the final match for City legend David Silva before his departure to pastures new.
City could put quite a few past Norwich’s leaky defence if they are in the mood, but even if there’s some lethargy the home team will be keen to send Silva off with a goal. We’ll take a punt he scores.
Our final game sees the champions Liverpool travel to Newcastle wanting to end their season on a high.
One of the players which have stood out for the Reds during this short restart has been Naby Kieta. The midfielder arrived at Anfield with a large reputation but struggled early on to adapt to the pace of the Premier League.
He now looks to have settled in, scoring the opener against Chelsea on Thursday with a thunderbolt. This is sure to have boosted his confidence, and we’ll look to him to score once more today.
Anytime goalscorer Yankee of Rashford, Pulisic, David Silva and Kieta.