Chelsea will be looking to secure the Premier League title on Friday evening and we believe that they will do just that, however whilst this would end Tottenham’s chances of grabbing the ultimate domestic prize, Pochettino’s men will be eager to cement their place in the top-two by collecting all three points in their last ever match at White Hart Lane before the bulldozers move in. Elsewhere, a bottom-of-the-table scrap will see Hull City and Crystal Palace go head-to-head in a real six-pointer of a match while Liverpool will look to further secure for themselves a top-three finish by beating West Ham United in East London.
Who will be the winners and losers? Here’s what we think…
Crystal Palace v Hull City match preview and betting tips
Hull City are very much in the mire following their surprise defeat to already-relegated Sunderland at the KCOM Stadium last weekend and we predict that they will suffer another defeat at the hands of a Crystal Palace side which have shown enormous improvement in recent weeks. The Eagles may have lost their last two home games but on the whole they have been solid at Selhurst Park and should have little difficulty in collecting all three points at lunchtime on Sunday.
Live coverage on Sky Sports 1 at 12:00
West Ham United v Liverpool match preview and betting tips
Liverpool and West Ham United have completely differing goals ahead of this weekend’s clash at the London Stadium. Liverpool will be looking to further cement their place in the top-three while the Hammers will be eager to climb into the top-half of the table. A draw wouldn’t be the best result for either side but that’s exactly what we’re predicting will be the outcome when the sides lock horns on Sunday afternoon.
Live coverage on Sky Sports 1 at 14:15
Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United match preview and betting tips
There won’t be a dry eye in the house at White Hart Lane on Sunday evening as Tottenham Hotspur fans wave goodbye to their beloved old ground. The visiting supporters will also be shedding a tear or two as they watch their side’s slender top-four ambitions effectively go up in smoke once again. The Red Devils suffered a 2-0 defeat to Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium last weekend and their next visit to North London will end in similar disappointment we feel.
Live coverage on Sky Sports 1 at 16:30