It’s been a crazy season full of highs and lows amid an action packed schedule – but finally we have entered the final weekend of fixtures with a host of European places still to be decided.
Looking to round off the season with a bang – take a look at our top betting selections ahead of what looks sure to be another dramatic day.
Leicester to beat Spurs
It’s been a season of differing fortunes for these two clubs with Leicester firmly trending upwards and Spurs very much on the way down. Both teams have much to play for, Leicester need a win to maintain their chances of a Top 4 finish and with it a Champions League place and for Spurs a win will get them into European competition next season.
Leicester currently priced at +100, is the way we are going to play. Leicester’s home form hasn’t been the strongest, currently they would sit in 7th if results at home were the only matches that counted. However, this looks like a Spurs side that needs the season to end. Without a manager and with a real risk that star man Harry Kane could be playing his last game for Spurs – we think Leicester will have more energy, hunger and desire to claim all 3 points. Spurs produced a shocker of a performance in their last game against Aston Villa and we feel a second straight defeat is definitely on the cards.
Leicester to win +100
West Ham to beat Southampton
It’s been a fantastic season for West Ham, barely surviving relegation last year, few would have predicted that a top 6 finish would have been possible – however a win against Southampton will see them achieve exactly that. Form over the last few matches has been patchy, but they were able to secure a vital victory against West Brom last time out to put their European hopes in their own hands.
The Hammers home form has been good this year, they currently sit in 5th place in the home form table. Southampton on the other hand have struggled away from home only picking up 4 away victories all season. Since the Christmas period, the Saints’ form has fallen dramatically and from being near the top end of the table they have spent the last few months nervously looking over their shoulders.
Southampton have nothing to play for which could make them dangerous and this could be a final game for talisman Danny Ings, as he embarks on the final year of his contract. However, we fancy West Ham to finish off the job and with a side that will have Antonio, Soucek, Lingard and Fornals all hungry and raring to go we think they will have just a little too much firepower.
West Ham to win -135
Wolves to beat Manchester United
Wolves fans were rocked at the announcement this week, that beloved coach Nuno Espirito Santo was going to leave his position as manager. Having taken Wolves from mid-table in the Championship to European contenders in the Premier League, the job he has done has been remarkable and we are backing on him and his players going out with a bang with a home victory against Manchester United.
United’s season has petered out a little towards the end of the season with all of their attentions being focused on the Europa League and with injury concerns and a huge final on the horizon it is likely that United will be resting several stars for the trip to Molineaux.
Hoping for the fairytale conclusion we are backing Wolves at +140
A Leicester, West Ham and Wolves treble would be valued +650
All prices correct at time of publishing in accordance to the latest odds at BetOnline