Guy Giles provides his football tips from Sunday's action from across Europe.


Leeds to win or draw vs Tottenham & BTTS (16:30)

Leeds need to win on the final day to have any chance of remaining in the Premier League and, while this would normally look like a tough game, they face a Spurs side that have won just two of their last 10 league games and are without a win on the road since January.

Leeds have secured at least a point in five of their last seven at Elland Road, so even if they don’t get the win they need, they look good for a draw.

It should be an entertaining game, too, with these two teams possessing the highest BTTS percentages in the Premier League this season.

Aston Villa to beat Brighton (16:30)

Brighton secured their place in the Europa League next season with a 1-1 draw against champions Manchester City on Wednesday, while Villa need a win here to secure their own place in Europe next season, although a draw would do if Spurs fail to beat Leeds.

Unai Emery’s side were impressive in a 1-1 draw against Liverpool last weekend and have an incredible recent record at Villa Park, winning six on the bounce.

Brighton have lost three of their last five on the road and, with nothing to play for on the final day, are worth backing against here.

Leicester to beat West Ham (16:30)

This is another game featuring a team with everything to play for against one with nothing to play for as Leicester gun for unlikely Premier League survival.

The Foxes need to win and hope other results go their way to stand any chance of avoiding the drop, while the Hammers are safe with their focus now on the Europa Conference League final.

Leicester have won just one of their last 16 in all competitions but will surely take the game to a West Ham side with three losses in four on the road.

Lazio to beat Cremonese to nil (17:00)

Lazio have enjoyed a brilliant season and a win here would secure a return to the Champions League after three years away.

They have the second-best defensive record in the division and have kept more clean sheets than any other side with 20.

They should comfortably beat Cremonese, who have been relegated to Serie B after a draw against Lecce last weekend.

AC Milan draw no bet v Juventus (19:45)

Milan responded to their disappointing performance in the Champions League semi-finals with a thumping 5-1 win over Sampdoria last weekend.

They now face a Juventus side in disarray, having been docked 10 points to drop them out of the European spots with two games to go, and coming off an embarrassing 4-1 defeat by 14th-placed Empoli.

Milan still have some work to do to secure a top-four spot and look in a good position to get the win here, but this price is good enough to include insurance against a draw.


*Odds subject to change.

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