Premier League Tips: Final Day Bets As Race Looks Run

Premier League Tips: Final Day Bets As Race Looks Run

Manchester City have one hand on the trophy as LB looks for final day value.

In truth, there is very little betting value on offer this weekend. Final day games have a history of being less predictable so I’ll take a punt on a few long shots.

Crystal Palace v Aston Villa

Sub 19 May 16:00

Villa achieved their goal of qualifying for next season’s Champions League courtesy of City’s win over Spurs midweek, and the squad learned the news during their end-of-season award ceremony. It would be only natural for the players to have checked out ahead of a meaningless trip to Selhurst Park. Palace on the other hand have been destined to finish midtable for some time but are enjoying life under in-demand Austrian Oliver Glasner. An entertaining home win is the call here.

Luton v Fulham

Sub 19 May 16:00

Fulham are in terrible form. They have just one win since St.Patrick’s Day and that came over West Ham (W1 D3 L4). Luton have gone down, and admittedly with less of a fight than I expected, but the club seems to be enjoying the moment a the top table. Rob Edwards was emotional last week and I expect him to rouse his side one last time before they return to The Championship.

Burnley v Nottingham Forest

Sub 19 May 16:00

My case for a home win here is essentially identical to the game above. On a normal weekend, I would steer clear of this one. However, with nothing on the line, I think Burnley might edge it. It’s worth noting that BTTS has landed in nine of Burnley’s last ten games.

Premier League Final Day Bets

Crystal Palace v Aston Villa – Crystal Palace -1 @ 2/1 

Luton v Fulham – Luton To Win & BTTS @ 10/3

Burnley v Nottingham Forest – Burnley To Win & BTTS @ 7/2

The above in a treble is 57.5/1 (0.5U)

 

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