The end of the Premier League season finally arrives this weekend, as the final matters to tidy up will be sorted out. The biggest question will revolve around the final two sides that will qualify for the Champions League. Manchester United and Manchester City have already booked their spot, but Chelsea, Liverpool and Leicester City will be fighting for the final spot.
Arsenal vs Brighton & Hove Albion
Arsenal could still finish above Tottenham this season, but they will need to end the season with a win to achieve that. However, Brighton travel to the Emirates after a comeback win against Manchester City. The Seagulls were excellent in that fixture, and goals could be on the agenda once again this weekend.
Aston Villa vs Chelsea
Chelsea will be looking to wrap up their spot in the Champions League at Villa Park. However, Villa will be looking to end a decent second season back in the top-flight with a win in front of their fans. The biggest moment in the race for European football could come in this game, as we expect Villa to get a point.
Fulham vs Newcastle United
Fulham’s relegation is already confirmed, while this could be Steve Bruce’s last game in charge at Newcastle. The Toon have been in decent form recently, and they could finish the season with another win on the road.
Leeds United vs West Bromwich Albion
Like Fulham, West Brom will also be returning to the Championship after a season in the Premier League. They threw away a lead against West Ham in midweek. Leeds are ending the season strongly, and a win this weekend could see them end their first season back in the top-flight in eighth.
Leicester City vs Tottenham Hotspur
Leicester have once again squandered their chances of Champions League football. However, they will have a chance to get back into the top four this weekend. They will need to beat Spurs to have any chance. Spurs were disappointing against Villa in midweek, and for that reason, we expect the Foxes to get a home win to close the season.
Liverpool vs Crystal Palace
Liverpool almost look the most certain to finish in the Champions League places. They have been in excellent form, and have a fine record against Crystal Palace. It could be a routine win in front of the Anfield faithful on Sunday.
Manchester City vs Everton
Manchester City will get their hands on the Premier League title on Sunday. They will be looking to bounce back after defeat against Brighton in midweek, as they look to build momentum ahead of the Champions League final next weekend.
Sheffield United vs Burnley
Sheffield United picked up a rare win last weekend against Everton, and they will be hoping for a final success before planning for a season back in the Championship. Burnley were disappointing in midweek against Liverpool, but we expect a response this weekend.
West Ham United vs Southampton
West Ham can book their place in the Europa League this weekend with a point at the London Stadium against Southampton. The Saints lost for the 18th time in midweek, and a 19th defeat could be set to come against the Hammers.
Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Manchester United
Wolves bring the curtain down on their season on Sunday at home to United. They have endured a tricky season, as injuries have halted their progression. United will have one eye on the Europa League final, which means Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could make a number of changes for this fixture. It could be an entertaining game, but a draw looks the best bet.