Fulham to beat Birmingham –
Fulham came from behind to beat Sunderland 2-1 last Friday and stay within a point of second-placed Cardiff.
The Cottagers club-record unbeaten run in the league now stands at 23 games, during which they’ve dropped just 10 points.
Birmingham have lost three of their last four after a 3-1 defeat to QPR last weekend and will likely need other results to go their way to be sure of survival.
Cardiff to beat Reading –
Cardiff’s 2-0 win at Hull last weekend ensured they will be promoted to the Premier League with a win on Sunday.
Having won seven of their last eight matches at the Cardiff City Stadium, the Bluebirds should do just that.
Especially given that Reading, who could still be relegated, have picked up just one point from their last seven away games.
Middlesbrough to beat Ipswich –
Middlesbrough secured their play-off spot with a 2-0 win over Millwall on Saturday, but don’t expect them to ease up on the final day.
Tony Pulis’ side have won four of their last five, including each of their last three, and have lost just two in 13.
Ipswich’s season is ending with a whimper having won just one in eight at Portman Road.
Wolves to beat Sunderland –
Top plays bottom in a match that should be as one-sided as their respective positions suggest.
Wolves have won seven matches in a nine-game unbeaten run, including each of their last three on the road.
Sunderland have lost back-to-back matches and won just one of their last 17 in the league.
Arsenal to beat Burnley –
After going out of the Europa League on Thursday, Arsenal’s impressive home form should give Arsene Wenger a good send-off.
The Gunners have won 14 of their 18 league games at Emirates, including six of their last seven, and have the second-best home record in the Premier League.
Burnley are without a victory in three and have won just one of their 11 matches against the current top six this season.
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