Premier League predictions

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With this being the last weekend of Premier League action, every sides that will be keen to end their season with a win. Here are our predictions for the upcoming games!

Burnley vs AFC Bournemouth – home win

Burnley have been truly phenomenal this season, securing Europa League action against the odds, and will be hoping this game rounds off a fantastic campaign.

With Nick Pope (12 clean sheets) cutting an inspired figure at times this season, this could well be his last chance to make a late bid to become the England keeper come the summer’s World Cup in Russia.

Crystal Palace vs West Bromwich Albion – draw

Whilst Darren Moore has worked miracles in his short time at the club, Selhurst Park is a formidable ground to visit and he may well have to settle for a draw in his final Premier League game in charge at the Baggies.

In Wilfried Zaha, who has scored 49 points this season Palace have a genuine game-changer on hand – something that probably makes them minor favourites.

Huddersfield Town vs Arsenal – draw

The Terriers will be buoyed by the draws against City and Chelsea that have seen them secure Premier League survival and this could well continue in their game against Arsenal as the John Smith’s Stadium hits party mode.

Whilst Aubameyang has come to England with a bang, having scored nine goals already, even his exploits are unlikely to be enough for the club’s abject away form as they finally say goodbye to Arsene.

Liverpool vs Brighton & Hove Albion – home win

Arguably the game of the weekend, Liverpool need to win this to ensure Champions League football for next season.

Whilst the ball is in their court thanks to Huddersfiled draw last night at Stamford Bridge, there will undoubtedly be a few nerves at Anfield.

However, with Salah (31 goals) and Firmino (15 goals) expected to feature, they should be expectant to continue to their fine run of form at home.

Manchester United vs. Watford – home win

United don’t have a great deal to play for but will want to go into the FA Cup final with a win behind them.

Lukaku’s injury leaves Mourinho with something of a conundrum and he will be hoping that the likes of Rashford (31 points) can show their mettle ahead of their huge clash with Chelsea.

Newcastle United vs Chelsea – away win

St James’ Park has become a tough place to visit thanks to Rafa Benitez and Conte will know the likes of Hazard (82 points) need to be at their best to come out winners today.

Despite the challenge ahead of them, Chelsea will give it their all to secure a now unlikely Champions League spot – expect them to come out on top today.

Southampton vs Manchester City – away win

Whilst Southampton are realistically safe now, they won’t be resting on their laurels as they’ll know anything is plausible in the Premier League.

With the likes of De Bruyne (94 points) and Sterling (115 points) in the side, City come here as clear favourites and could well be the first side to become Premier League centurions.

Swansea City vs Stoke City – draw

The Swans need to win and turn over a ten goal difference if they’re to make the most implausible of escapes – something that just isn’t likely to happen.

Whilst the likes of Jordan Ayew (28 points, seven goals) have the ability to win a much, expect the Swans campaign to end with a fizzle as they join the Potters in the Championship next season.

Tottenham Hotspur vs Leicester City – home win

Whilst Leicester beat an abject Arsenal midweek, their form means they’re unlikely to be a match for Harry Kane (27 goals) and co.

Expect Spurs to say goodbye to Wembley with a final win of the campaign.

West Ham United vs Everton – draw

Two teams whose seasons have massively underwhelmed, it feels as though a draw would be the expected result here at the London Stadium.

It will likely fall to the likes of Arnautovic  (43 points) to bring their best if this game is to defy the odds of it being the snooze fest many are anticipating.

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