LiveScore 6 predictions: Everton will sneak win to stay up
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Aston Villa vs Brighton (Sunday, 16.30)
Brighton will finish in sixth place and qualify for the Europa League, leaving Aston Villa to fight it out with Tottenham and Brentford for seventh and a spot in the Europa Conference League.
Villa will be more motivated and with the Seagulls having lost three of their last five away games, the home fans could have something to celebrate on the final day.
Prediction: Aston Villa 2-1 Brighton
Chelsea vs Newcastle (Sunday, 16.30)
Newcastle have already qualified for the Champions League, but still must be favoured against a Chelsea side that have a woeful record since Frank Lampard returned to the club.
Newcastle have the strength and momentum to inflict another defeat upon the Blues, as they look to finish in third place.
Prediction: Chelsea 1-3 Newcastle
Everton vs Bournemouth (Sunday, 16.30)
The task ahead of Everton is simple even if the execution is unlikely to be. Sean Dyche's side need to win to stay up. Their own lack of firepower may be their biggest obstacle.
Bournemouth have lost each of their last three games since confirming their safety but with only two teams having scored fewer goals than the Toffees this season, any victory is likely to be tight.
Prediction: Everton 1-0 Bournemouth
Manchester United vs Fulham (Sunday, 16.30)
Manchester United are aiming to finish third, which would be a fine achievement in Erik ten Hag's first season in charge.
Fulham are unbeaten in three, but this is a real step up in class from their recent opponents so we have to expect a home win.
Prediction: Manchester United 2-0 Fulham
Leicester vs West Ham (Sunday, 16.30)
Leicester need to win against West Ham and hope that Everton fail to beat Bournemouth. That could prove to be a tough task for a team that are without a win in five.
The Hammers have ended the season in fine form and the Foxes' best hope might be that they already have one eye on their upcoming Europa Conference League final.
Prediction: Leicester 2-1 West Ham
Leeds vs Tottenham (Sunday, 16.30)
Leeds are in a similar position to Leicester, with the added complication of having an inferior goal difference to Everton.
Tottenham are perhaps the best opponents the hosts could be facing in this scenario. The Londoners are without an away win in nine and have lost seven of those games.
Prediction: Leeds 3-2 Tottenham