CONCLUDING THE PREMIER LEAGUE: The title is sorted, two teams are down, yet there is still a ton at stake on the final day for English Premier League bettors. Let’s pick some winners.
We begin in the basement where Newcastle know a win means they are safe for next season. The Toon have been a Conference North quality side since January and I even feel bad for demeaning the Conference North with that view. This is not a good football team and John Carver the manager has proven a bigger bomb than John Carter the movie. Yet for all that, they actually have a winnable game on Sunday.
West Ham have nothing to play for and it has been a really long season. They got the job done and most of the players just want to head to Marbella. That’s all she wrote but as Columbo would say, just one more thing. Anyone who thinks the Big Sam wouldn’t like to send Newcastle packing to the Championship doesn’t know a thing about grudges. He knows that all he needs to do is force a draw to have everyone on Tyneside sweating bullets. I don’t like the Hammers to take all three points but the value on the draw is too much to ignore. Take the draw between Newcastle and West Ham at 4.
The other game in the relegation battle sees Hull City host Manchester United and no matter what happens with Newcastle, Hull absolutely have to win. This hasn’t been a great season for the Tigers but it could be about to get worse. While massively unlikely, Louis Van Gaal knows a massive win for his side could see them leapfrog Arsenal into third place. The smart money is against United jumping the Gunners but Van Gaal won’t want to be left wondering what if. I’m going all in on the Reds with this one. Bet on Man United at 2.28 to win.
We finish at the Emirates where all Arsenal need is a draw to secure third place. With the FA Cup final to look forward too, I doubt Arsene Wenger will take too many chances against the Baggies. West Brom are safe and like West Ham have a squad dreaming of their summer holidays. All that being said, Wenger will not have been happy with his side’s failure to find the net against Sunderland. I don’t expect a classic but I do expect a home win so the Gunners leave no doubt about their final place in the table. I like Arsenal to take care of business early. Bet on Arsenal/Arsenal at 2.04 on the Half-time/Full-time.
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