With all 20 teams in action at the same time on Sunday, we’ve used Opta’s latest facts as the basis for a potential wager relating to each match
With a full round of Premier League fixtures all taking place at the same time on the final day of the season, we’ve examined the latest Opta facts and used them as the inspiration for a recommended wager on each match.
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Arsenal v Everton
o Arsenal are unbeaten in their last 20 Premier League home games against Everton (W16 D4); their longest ever unbeaten streak against a side in the competition.
o The Gunners have won each of their last nine matches on home turf contested on the final day of the season, scoring four times in each of the last five.
Bet: Arsenal to win and over 2.5 goals at 4/5 (1.80)
Burnley v West Ham
o 33 of Burnley’s 40 Premier League points this season have come at Turf Moor (83%).
o West Ham have lost the last game of the season in each of their last three Premier League campaigns, with each match coming away from home and the Hammers just scoring once.
Bet: Burnley to win at 11/8 (2.38)
Chelsea v Sunderland
o Chelsea could break the Premier League record for most wins in a season (30), with the current record 29 by Chelsea in both 2004/05 and 2005/06).
o The Black Cats have lost a total of 22 Premier League games against the Blues; only Manchester United have defeated them more times (23).
Bet: Chelsea -2 at Evens (2.0)
Hull City v Tottenham Hotspur
o Since winning in their first ever Premier League encounter, Hull are without a win in their last eight games against Tottenham (D2 L6).
o Spurs have only conceded two goals in their last six Premier League games against Hull City, keeping clean sheets in each of their last two.
Bet: Tottenham to win to nil at 8/5 (2.60)
Leicester City v Bournemouth
o For just the third time in the 11 Premier League seasons, the Foxes will be finishing the season at home, winning their previous two, including a 5-1 win over QPR at the end of the 2014-15 campaign.
o Eddie Howe’s side have already surpassed their points total from last season (42) and could record a top-half finish in their second-ever top-flight season.
Bet: Over 3.5 goals at 6/4 (2.50)
Liverpool v Middlesbrough
o The Reds have won each of their last four Premier League contests against Middlesbrough at Anfield, scoring 2+ goals on each occasion.
o Liverpool have won eight of their 10 Premier League final day games at Anfield (D2), scoring 27 goals.
Bet: Liverpool -2 at 10/11 (1.91)
Manchester United v Crystal Palace
o Regardless of the result of this match, Manchester United have won the fewest number of games in a single Premier League season (currently 17) – worse than their tally of wins in both 2013-14 and 2015-16 (19 wins).
o There have been more draws at Old Trafford than at any other Premier League stadium this season (10) and if this game ends as a draw then Manchester United would set a new outright record for the most home draws in a Premier League season (11).
Bet: Draw at 23/10 (3.30)
Southampton v Stoke City
o These two teams have met nine times in the Premier League; with them both winning two apiece and drawing the other five.
o This fixture has seen three red cards in the last five games in all competitions; including each of the last two Premier League contests.
Bet: Over 2.5 bookings at 10/11 (1.91)
Swansea City v West Bromwich Albion
o Swansea have won four of their five home Premier League encounters with West Brom (L1), hitting three past the Baggies on three occasions.
o The Baggies have a dismal final day record in the Premier League, winning just once in 10 seasons (D6 L3), with that one victory coming in May 2005, when they started the day in 20th but managed to survive and finish in 17th.
Bet: Swansea to win at 11/10 (2.10)
Watford v Manchester City
o Watford have failed to beat Manchester City in their last seven league encounters (D2 L5), losing each of the previous three Premier League contests.
o The Hornets have lost their last five Premier League games and failed to score in four of these – they’ve never lost six in a row in their top-flight history.
Bet: Manchester City to win to nil at 11/10 (2.10)