With so much hanging on as many as eight of this weekend's 10 Premier League maytches, the final round of top-flight action in 2021-22 is set to deliver twists and turns everywhere you look.
With all of the permutations and possible outcomes in mind, we've got bold picks for each of the clashes.
The title race, various European places and the final dreaded relegation slot will all be resolved on Sunday. Here goes, and you can use our booking code CCFA620 to auto-fill your slip on betPawa.
🖥 EPL game week 38: Match previews
Arsenal vs Everton
The Toffees' dramatic come-from-behind win against Crystal Palace in midweek means that they'll be playing top-flight football next season, but that didn't always look so certain. Arsenal's top-four hopes have all but vanished after consecutive defeats against Spurs and Newcastle, but they should end the season on a high against a relaxed Everton outfit. That being said, the Gunners haven't kept a clean sheet in any of their last nine EPL outings.
🎰 TIP: Arsenal win & BTTS
Brentford vs Leeds
Jesse Marsch's Leeds must take something from this game againt in-form Brentford, and hope that the flying form of Newcastle continues against Burnley at Turf Moor. The Bees have won three of their last five in the EPL, and kept clean sheets in each of their last two at home. The visiting Peacocks will try to play for a point, whether or not that's enough remains to be seen. We're going to oppose the popular merkets here and back a low-scoring affair.
🎰 TIP: Under 2.5 goals
Brighton vs West Ham
Four of Brighton's last five matches have gone over 2.5 goals and each of the Hammers' last two assignments have produced exactly four goals. David Moyes' men still have 6th place in rheir sights, but they have to win here and hope that Man United slips up at Selhurst Park against Crystal Palace. This should be a watchable contest between a possession team and a visiting outfit that loves playing on the break.
🎰 TIP: Over 2.5 goals
Burnley vs Newcastle
The Clarets need to match Leeds' result at Brentford and they'll stay up because of their vastly superior goal difference. The visiting Magpies have won three of their last five matches to nil, but the majority of their triumphs this calendar year have come at St. James' Park. It's bound to be a tense, tight affair at Turf Moor with so much on the line.
🎰 TIP: Under 2.5 goals
Chelsea vs Watford
The Blues will sew up third place with a point at Stamford Bridge, but in truth they'll be expecting to claim all three against a hapless Hornets team. They conceded five last time out against Leicester and they'll be on trhe end of another hiding against an occasionally inconsistent, but always entertaining Chelsea side.
🎰 TIP: Chelsea win both halves
Crystal Palace vs Man United
The Red Devils still have work to do in order to guarantee Europa League football next season, and we aren't comfortable backing them to get the job done at Selhurst Park. What we are comfortable doing is backing goals. United shipped four at Brighton last time out while Crystal Palace lost a five-goal thriller at Everton after leading 2-0 in midweek. Watch out for Wilf Zaha, determined to get one over the team which used to pay his wages.
🎰 TIP: Over 3.5 goals
Leicester vs Southampton
It's a fixture known for goals. Southampton won't need to be reminded of the 9-0 mauling they received at the hands of the Foxes at St Mary's in 2019 but, to their credit, the Saints got instant revenge in the pair's next Premier League encounter. The two most recent top-flight meetings have ended in score-draws and we're backing that outcome on matchday 38.
🎰 TIP: Draw & BTTS
Liverpool vs Wolves
Wolves have been generally woeful of late, losing four and winning none of their last six Premier League encounters. They can even be dislodged in 8th by Leicester, should the Foxes win and they fail to do so at Anfield. Liverpool's title chase has gone to the final day and they will be crowned champions if they win and Man City fail to beat Aston Villa. We back them to, at the very least, bring up their side of the bargain.
🎰 TIP: Liverpool win to nil
Man City vs Aston Villa
Every time City has dropped points this season they have followed up with a win, which will be ominous information for Liverpool supporters. Anfield legend Steven Gerrard will have his Aston Villa hat on aiming to stop Pep Guardiola's team from winning their fourth title in five seasons, but he'll do so in vain. Manchester City will be crowned champions of England around 7pm CAT this Sunday, and they'll do so by just a solitary point.
🎰 TIP: City win both halves
Norwich vs Spurs
The assignment for Spurs is simple; win at already-relegated Norwich City and they'll guarantee Champions League football for 2022-23. Son-heung Min has scored four in the last four EPL matches and has the incentive to shine again here. He trails Mo Salah in the Golden Boot race by just a single goal, and Liverpool's Egyptian superstar is unlikely to feature this weekend after sustaining an injury in the FA Cup final. If that's the case, Son would claim the Goden Boot out on his own with two goals at Carrow Road.
🎰 TIP: Son-heung Min to score a brace
Enjoy the weekend and good luck with your bets!