Premier League: Predictions for all six games on Saturday
- Back a draw and both teams to score when Tottenham host Brentford
- Back Manchester United to win & under 3.5 goals against Bournemouth
- Back a draw between Fulham and Crystal Palace
- Back Liverpool to win to zero against Aston Villa
- Back a draw between Wolves and Everton
- Back Arsenal to win and over 2.5 Goals against Nottingham Forest
There are six matches taking place on what will be the final Saturday of action in the Premier League this season, with the relegation battle and fight for European places set to take centre stage.
Here are our expert writers' top selections for each of those fixtures.
Tottenham vs Brentford (Saturday, 12.30pm)
All six of Tottenham's league stalemates this term featured goals at both ends and they came from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 in the reverse fixture at Brentford on Boxing Day.
Spurs have struggled against the rest of the top nine all season, conceding 17 goals in their last six outings, including a 2-2 draw at home to Manchester United.
Brentford have been involved in more stalemates than any other club in this season's Premier League and backing the Tie with Goals — a draw in which both teams score — looks a decent bet at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Bournemouth vs Manchester United (Saturday, 3pm)
Erik ten Hag's Manchester United have failed to score in four of their last six away games, but they should be able to put that right against a Bournemouth side who did not create anything at Crystal Palace last week and could already be on the beach.
The potential return of England forward Marcus Rashford should help United's cause, but as five of their last seven games have featured fewer than three goals, a smash-and-grab looks more likely than a thriller.
Fulham vs Crystal Palace (Saturday, 3pm)
Palace have improved in all areas of the pitch since bringing Roy Hodgson back to the club and they can earn a share of the spoils from a tough trip to Craven Cottage.
A mid-table finish is on the cards for these London rivals but they can serve up a decent spectacle for supporters eager to savour some more entertainment before the season draws to a close.
There should be plenty of chances for both sides and a high-scoring draw looks a possible outcome.
Liverpool vs Aston Villa (Saturday, 3pm)
Liverpool have been irresistible in recent weeks, with Jurgen Klopp saying his players should be proud that their hard work has started to pay off after an otherwise underwhelming season.
Villa have improved massively since Unai Emery's appointment in October, and the Spaniard will not have been swayed by his team's drop-off in form. Instead, he may be using it as a test to see which players he can rely on for next season.
However, Liverpool's recent defensive improvement has been key to their resurgence and can continue on Saturday.
Wolves vs Everton (Saturday, 3pm)
Everton know that two wins from their remaining games would guarantee the preservation of their Premier League status but they may have to settle for a point at Molineux.
The Toffees have registered just four away league wins in 37 attempts since the start of the 2021-22 campaign, but they have shown more resilience on recent road trips, collecting five points from the last three.
Everton should not expect anything less than full commitment from Wolves, who should be highly motivated to win their last home game of the campaign.
However, the teams have looked closely matched in recent weeks and a draw looks the most likely outcome.
Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal (Saturday, 5.30pm)
Arsenal have not experienced back-to-back Premier League defeats all season and they can respond to last weekend's shock loss to Brighton by registering their 13th away league win of the season.
The Londoners are no longer a soft touch on their travels and have the offensive quality to expose a suspect Nottingham Forest defence.
Forest have shipped 67 league goals and have conceded two goals or more in seven of their last eight fixtures.
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