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Manager: Jack Green

Team: Lac of Klaassen


Big decisions:

Just one change for me in this final gameweek as I limp towards the finish line, with Phil Jones coming in for Harry Maguire in defence.

Manchester United are playing a Watford side that have scored no goals in their last eight away games, so anything less than six points for Jones would be disappointing.

Maguire’s Leicester could easily ship three or four against Spurs, and that’s why I’ve decided to stick with Harry Kane as captain.

Three goals in four games isn’t a bad return for a player who’s supposedly out of form.

I’m also finally using my bench boost, although a substitute trio of Abdoulaye Doucoure, James Tarkowski and Chancel Mbemba means I’m not particularly confident of a big points haul.

Manager: Tom Clee

Team name: The Cleegulls


Big decisions:

I’ve nothing but office pride to play for going into this final weekend, but have JG firmly in my sights.

Olivier Giroud made a lovely little cameo for me last week, but is unlikely to get much of a sniff away to a Newcastle team that have only conceded seven goals in their last eight matches.

For that reason, he is replaced by Roberto Firmino.

With a top-four spot still to secure, Liverpool will surely put on a show at Anfield in their final game before the Champions League final.

Not having Mo Salah makes me twitchy, but the Reds’ only striker is bound to be in the thick of the action and at least gives me a point of difference.

James McArthur comes in for Jesse Lingard at a cost of four points in order to make up the deficit, but his recent goalscoring form means he has every chance of making that up all on his own.

Harry Kane takes the armband that I ought to have given him last week, having scored five in his last two against Leicester.

Manager: Adam Drury

Team name: Another New Dawn


Big decisions:

I was one of many frustrated by Gabriel Jesus’ double gameweek return, and it’s left me with plenty to do to break into the top four in our mini-league.

That said, I’m confident this team will score heavily.

I’ve toyed with taking a risk with the captaincy, but Harry Kane’s goal against Newcastle could see him cut loose against Leicester. Ignoring him could make things worse.

That means that differentials David Silva, Wilfried Zaha and Marcus Rashford must go big.

Trent Alexander-Arnold is a good cheap option in defence, too.

Manager: Will Rook

Team: Sheffield Old Boys


Big decisions:

Despite a damp squib of a double gameweek, I’m deciding against any changes for the final weekend of the season.

Andy Robertson slots back into the back three at the expense of Aaron Cresswell, given Liverpool’s necessity for a point.

It’s for that reason I’m expecting big things from Mohamed Salah as well, who has been a little quiet by his standards in recent weeks.

Gabriel Jesus keeps his place up top, but loses the armband after failing to net against Huddersfield or Brighton.

Harry Kane’s the captain again because, with three goals to make up for the Golden Boot, he’ll be shooting from everywhere.

Manager: Tom Bowles

Team: Pascal Vegan


Big decisions:

My players are in good form and all have the potential to deliver points on the last day of the season.

David De Gea is going to be rested on Sunday, so I’m bringing in his replacement, Sergio Romero, as Watford have not scored away from home in any of their last eight games in all competitions.

James McArthur has netted in back-to-back games and deserves his place in midfield, while Christian Eriksen, Marko Arnautovic and Jesse Lingard all have winnable opponents.

Rahaeem Sterling should return to Manchester City’s team for their game at Southampton after missing the win against Brighton. There’s no reason to think City won’t win comfortably, so hopefully Sterling and Gabriel Jesus will be among the goals.

Harry Kane doesn’t look fit, but he finished well against Newcastle in midweek. He netted four against Leicester in a dead rubber this time last season, and will fancy his chances of doing so again.

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