Premier League: Predictions for six final-day games on Sunday
The Premier League season finishes on Sunday, with two of the three relegation positions still to be decided.
Here are our top selections for the biggest final-day games.
Aston Villa vs Brighton (Sunday, 4.30pm)
Aston Villa have scored at least twice in four of their last five home games — and their need for a win to guarantee European qualification means they will not take a backward step here.
Opponents Brighton have seen over 3.5 goals land in five of their last eight games, with the only exceptions coming against the Premier League's top three.
Only Man City, Arsenal and Tottenham games average more goals than the Seagulls' this term.
Brentford vs Manchester City (Sunday, 4.30pm)
Manchester City have scored in their last 25 matches, netting more than once in 18 of them.
They travel to Brentford, who have found the net in their last 12 league home games.
The Bees have scored five goals in their last two matches without Ivan Toney and can take advantage of what is likely to be a rotated City team.
Everton vs Bournemouth (Sunday, 4.30pm)
Everton have won just one of their last 10 matches, dropping points in all four of their games against bottom-half teams on that run.
Other results could dictate that a point is good enough for the Toffees to secure survival, too, so it is worth siding with Bournemouth to take something from this game.
The Cherries have won three of their last four away matches and have beaten Sunday's opponents 4-1 and 3-0 already this season.
Leeds vs Tottenham (Sunday, 4.30pm)
Leeds need to win this game, perhaps by a few goals, so it could open up into a very high-scoring game.
That is bound to suit Harry Kane, who could be playing his last match for Tottenham and already has an incredible final-day record.
The England captain has scored in six of Spurs' last eight end-of-season affairs, including a brace and a hat-trick. He's also netted in 11 of his last 13 outings this term.
Leicester vs West Ham (Sunday, 4.30pm)
Leicester also need a win to stand a chance of survival, which should lend itself to even more final-day goals.
This bet has landed in seven of the last 10 matches at the King Power Stadium, where Leicester haven't kept a Premier League clean sheet since October.
West Ham have scored in six of their last eight away matches, only failing to do so at Man City and when they made multiple changes against Brentford.
Southampton vs Liverpool (Sunday, 4.30pm)
Southampton have lost nine of their last 11 matches, with the only exceptions the 3-3 draws with Tottenham and Arsenal.
Ruben Selles' side have conceded at least three goals in four of their last six outings and could be well beaten by Liverpool on Sunday.
The visitors had won seven straight matches prior to the 1-1 draw with Aston Villa last week, scoring three or more goals in four of them.