Sunday Betting Guide: Our writers' 10 best football tips
We've compiled our writers’ best football tips, including win/draw/win and BTTS, into one bite-size betting preview for the final day of the Premier League season.
Tottenham to beat Crystal Palace to nil (16:00)
Crystal Palace have had nothing to play for for a while and it shows. They have lost seven straight league games, failing to score in six of them.
Only relegated Norwich and Bournemouth have earned fewer points than Roy Hodgson’s side over the last 10 league games.
Tottenham’s 3-0 win over Leicester was their third on the bounce and fourth victory in a five-game unbeaten run. They have also kept four clean sheets in their last seven games.
Everton to beat Bournemouth (16:00)
Bournemouth need to win this and hope other results go in their favour to have any chance of staying up this weekend but, given their shocking form, that seems unlikely.
Eddie Howe’s side have lost seven of their last nine league games, while they haven’t picked up a single point in any of their last nine away from the Vitality Stadium.
Everton won 1-0 away to Sheffield United on Monday and are unbeaten in 13 at Goodison Park.
Manchester United to beat Leicester (16:00)
Manchester United have taken a Premier League-high 28 points from their last 12 games, winning eight and drawing four.
United were disappointing in their 1-1 draw with West Ham on Wednesday, but have only dropped four points in seven matches.
They should be able to take advantage of Leicester’s poor form, which has seen them manage two victories in nine matches in all competitions and drop out of the top four.
Manchester City to beat Norwich to nil (16:00)
This is a short price for a tip in this market, but everything is pointing towards it happening.
Bottom-of-the-league Norwich have already been relegated and have lost nine straight league games, scoring one goal in that sequence against fellow-strugglers Watford.
Manchester City have won four on the spin and kept clean sheets in nine of their last 12.
Brentford to beat Swansea (18:30)
Brentford missed two opportunities to secure automatic promotion after ending the regular season with back-to-back defeats, but can be trusted to put that right here.
Thomas Frank’s side had won eight straight games to get themselves in that position and have already done the double over Swansea this season.
The Swans took just four points from their eight games against teams that finished in the Championship’s top four.
Crystal Palace v Tottenham (16:00)
BTTS has landed in five of Tottenham’s last six league away games.
Spurs have only kept league clean sheets away at Watford and Bournemouth since Jose Mourinho took over, but have scored eight goals in their last three matches.
Crystal Palace weren’t bad in last week’s 2-0 home defeat to Manchester United, having lost 3-2 to Chelsea in their previous home match against Chelsea.
Everton v Bournemouth (16:00)
Bournemouth know that they must win this match in order to stand a chance of avoiding relegation.
The Cherries have scored in away games at Manchester United and Manchester City since football restarted, but have only kept one clean sheet in their eight matches.
Everton have only failed to score at home to Liverpool since Carlo Ancelotti took over, but have conceded in six of their last seven at Goodison Park.
Wolves to win or draw v Chelsea & under 4.5 goals (16:00)
Wolves have won at Manchester City and Tottenham, and avoided defeat at Leicester, Arsenal and Manchester United this season.
They play Chelsea, who only need a point to guarantee their place in the Champions League next term.
The Blues have only won one of their four home matches against top-six opposition this season.
Lecce to win or draw v Bologna & over 1.5 goals (16:15)
Bologna are without a win in six home matches, failing to beat Genoa, Udinese and Cagliari on that run.
Over 1.5 goals has landed in all of those matches, as it has in 16 of Lecce’s last 17 outings.
The visitors beat Brescia 3-1 in their last game, and have avoided defeat at Milan and Napoli this season.
David Silva (Manchester City) to score v Norwich
There is value in backing nostalgia to take over at the Etihad on Sunday.
In his last Premier League appearance, Silva is likely to be first choice on set-pieces and penalties in the search for a send-off goal.
Even if that isn’t the case, the Spaniard has scored in his last three home appearances for City and could well be involved in a high-scoring victory against Norwich.
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