Wolves, Wigan, Luton, Bayer Leverkusen, and Bordeaux all to win: £10 at 24/5*

Wolves are finishing the season in style, and Wigan should follow their lead having secured promotion from League One. Both have comfortable home matches against Sheffield Wednesday and AFC Wimbledon respectively.

Luton can heap the pressure on Accrington in the League Two title race with a win over Forest Green, while Bayer Leverkusen and Bordeaux take on mid-table sides Stuttgart and Dijon at home.



Burnley, Crystal Palace and Newcastle to win: £10 at 7/1*

Burnley have won two of their last three matches at Turf Moor and should edge past Brighton, who have lost three on the spin away from home.

Crystal Palace beat Brighton at Selhurst Park last time out, and I fancy them to have too much for Leicester, who are winless in three and, if you read the papers, not thrilled with manager Claude Puel.

Newcastle have won their last four at St James’ Park. I fancy them to make that four against West Brom, despite the visitors’ improvement under caretaker boss Darren Moore.



Wolves, Blackburn, Wigan, Wycombe and Luton all to win: £10 at 21/2*

Even though they’ve already won the title, Wolves aren’t slowing up and should break through the 100-point barrier this weekend by beating Sheffield Wednesday.

Blackburn and Wigan are both going for the League One title and represent excellent value against Charlton and Wimbledon respectively.

Wycombe have League Two’s best travelling record and shouldn’t have much trouble at already-relegated Chesterfield, while Luton can keep the title-race alive against Forest Green.



Bayern Munich, Schalke and Barcelona to win: £10 at 3/1*

Bayern will make plenty of changes this week with the Champions League in mind, but I still trust them to win at home against a Frankfurt side that have lost five successive away league games.

Schalke have been won four in a row at home in the Bundesliga and shouldn’t have much trouble beating Borussia Monchengladbach, who have lost seven of nine on the road.

Barcelona can seal the La Liga title with a win on Sunday, and they should do so against Deportivo, who could also be relegated this weekend.



Over 2.5 goals in Crystal Palace v Leicester, Hull v Cardiff, Cheltenham v Coventry and Crawley v Crewe: £10 at 15/1*.

Palace somehow drew 0-0 last weekend, but goals look a guarantee now they’re back at Selhurst Park, where there have been three or more in 10 of the Eagles’ last 14 matches.

Hull drew 5-5 last weekend and are likely to be involved in plenty more drama against Cardiff, whose automatic promotion hopes are on the line.

Both teams have scored in all but one of Crawley’s last 13 matches – including two 2-2s, two 3-1s, a 3-2, a 4-1 and 5-3 – while 10 of Crewe’s last 11 matches have featured three or more goals.

Finally, Cheltenham lost 4-3 last weekend before Coventry were beaten 4-2 at home by Lincoln, so three or more shouldn’t be too much to ask for when they meet on Saturday.


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