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Premier League: Predictions for all 10 games on Sunday
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Rob Eddy
Pep Guardiola's Manchester City are hoping to secure an unprecedented fourth successive title in England's top flight
Pep Guardiola's Manchester City are hoping to secure an unprecedented fourth successive title in England's top flight

All 10 matches on the final day of the Premier League season kick off at 4pm on Sunday with Manchester City needing a win to guarantee the title, while Arsenal will be hoping West Ham can do them a favour.

There is still some work to do to determine those teams that qualify for next season's Europa League and Europa Conference League, while Nottingham Forest will look for the positive result that will secure their survival in the top flight.

Here are our expert writers’ top selections for each of those final-day encounters.

Arsenal vs Everton

If Arsenal want to be celebrating title glory on Sunday evening, they need to defeat Everton and hope Manchester City fail to claim three points at home to West Ham.

The Emirates has been a happy home for Arsenal, who have won 14 of their 18 league assignments and have seen over 3.5 goals land in eight of those victories.

The urgency for goals could leave Arsenal open to the counter and Everton will fancy their chances of scoring, something they have achieved in four of their last six away outings.

Brentford vs Newcastle

Seventh place could be enough for Newcastle to get into Europe for next season if Manchester City win next week’s FA Cup final, but Eddie Howe’s men will not want to leave that to chance and will be on the front foot when they head to Brentford for their final-day Premier League showdown.

They have been extremely positive on the road, even if their endeavours have met with mixed results.

Entertainment has been in plentiful supply as six of their last nine league games on the road have featured at least five goals and we can expect a similar level of excitement in their final game.

Brentford manager Thomas Frank has all his key striking resources back with Ivan Toney, Bryan Mbeumo and Yoane Wissa now all available and they have helped the Bees to finish the campaign in decent form.

A 1-0 loss at Everton has been their only defeat in their final eight games and while they have also been strong at the back, there seems a strong chance that the shackles will come off in the final game and they can contribute strongly to a memorable encounter.

Brighton vs Manchester United

It has only recently been revealed that Roberto de Zerbi will be taking charge of Brighton for the final time on Sunday
It has only recently been revealed that Roberto de Zerbi will be taking charge of Brighton for the final time on Sunday

Manchester United are hoping to build some confidence before next weekend’s FA Cup final and they can wrap up their Premier League campaign with a victory over Brighton at the Amex.

An extensive injury list has blighted the Red Devils during the run-in, but there was plenty of good news on Wednesday with returning trio Bruno Fernandes, Lisandro Martinez and Marcus Rashford playing their part in the 3-2 success at home to Newcastle.

Roberto de Zerbi’s injury-ravaged Brighton have taken only six points from their last nine games and they could be set for further disappointment this weekend.

Burnley vs Nottingham Forest

Nottingham Forest will be motivated to pick up a positive result, even if survival is virtually assured, while Burnley should be determined to put in a performance for their home supporters following relegation.

To their credit, Burnley have raised their game in recent months, losing only three of their last 10 league matches and pushing Tottenham close in a 2-1 defeat last weekend.

That suggests they should offer some sort of resistance and this could be an entertaining clash with the Tricky Trees, who are without a clean sheet in 12 league games.

Chelsea vs Bournemouth

Only title challengers Manchester City and Arsenal have accumulated more points than Chelsea in the last eight Premier League games, with the Blues winning four on the bounce heading into their final game.

The Blues have scored 12 goals in those last four matches and they come into Sunday’s clash having found the net 17 times in their last four games at Stamford Bridge, winning each of those fixtures.

Chelsea continue to thrive on Cole Palmer’s brilliance and he can inspire them to another scoring spree this weekend, particularly with Bournemouth having been poor on the road of late. 

Crystal Palace vs Aston Villa

A huge reason for Crystal Palace's flying recent form has been the output Oliver Glasner is getting out of their front three as Michael Olise, Eberechi Eze and Jean-Philippe Mateta have all enjoyed an excellent end to the season, with the latter fancied most to keep up his fine form on the final day. 

The French forward had netted just three goals in the Premier League this term prior to Glasner's appointment, but has since gone on to score 10 times in his 12 matches under the Austrian. 

He is showing no signs of slowing down either, having netted six in his last five games and five in his last three at home, seemingly thriving on the increasingly buoyant nature in the stands at Selhurst Park.

Liverpool vs Wolves

Jurgen Klopp will be looking for the perfect send-off by ending his time at Liverpool with a win
Jurgen Klopp will be looking for the perfect send-off by ending his time at Liverpool with a win

Jurgen Klopp has amassed 208 wins in his 333 Premier League games prior to this clash with Wolves and has a brilliant 60.8 percent win rate with Liverpool, second behind only Kenny Dalglish (60.9%) in the all-time rankings, so it seems fitting he should bow out with a victory. 

Liverpool have won 23 of their 28 home matches this season so given Wolves are on a run of just one win in their last 10 games — a sequence which is made up of seven defeats including a loss to Championship side Coventry - it seems likely that Klopp will get a fitting farewell. 

Klopp’s men have managed just one clean sheet in their last 16 games — in a 3-0 win over Championship side Southampton — and despite Wolves’ struggles, they have still been finding the net, with both teams scoring in six of their last eight matches. 

Manchester City vs West Ham

Pep Guardiola's Manchester City sides are renowned for their ruthless runs during the second half of the season and the 2023-24 campaign has been no exception.

City have won 17 and drawn three of their 20 league matches since Christmas and those draws came against Chelsea, Liverpool and title rivals Arsenal.

West Ham have been far from solid away from home this season, conceding five goals at Chelsea, Palace and Fulham, four at Aston Villa and Newcastle and three in defeats at Liverpool, Brentford and Manchester United.

City had to overcome final-day scares before sealing the title in 2011-12 and 2021-22 but, having won their last three home matches 4-1, 5-1 and 5-1, a smooth success is expected against West Ham and the 4-1 City correct score is worth a bet. 

Sheffield United vs Tottenham

Tottenham have endured a poor end to the campaign, losing five of their last six games as a top-four finish has slipped through their fingers.

However, they should be motivated enough to end on a high by beating rock-bottom Sheffield United, who enter the final weekend on a run of six straight defeats.

The hosts have at least scored in four of those recent losses so they can again play their part in the clash on Sunday but Ange Postecoglou's men should do enough for an important away win to confirm their Europa League place.

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